July 27th, 2010
11:41 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular CNN.com stories during the last 24 hours, according to Newspulse:

Ansel Adams photos found at garage sale: A California man kept two boxes he bought at a garage sale under his pool table for four years before realizing they may be too valuable to store at home.

Mother of missing Oregon boy pleads for his safe return: The mother of a missing 7-year-old Oregon boy pleaded for her son's safe return Tuesday, imploring him to "never give up hope."

Tragic identity mix-up brings joy, grief: The identities of two women involved in a car crash in Arizona last week were mixed up, with one family receiving news that their daughter had died when in fact she was undergoing treatment for her injuries while another family kept watch at her side for six days.

Pentagon identifies missing, dead sailors in Afghanistan:  Military officials Tuesday identified two sailors involved in a firefight in eastern Afghanistan last week that left one of them dead and the other in the hands of the Taliban.

Polygamist leader's conviction overturned:  The Utah Supreme Court has reversed Warren Steed Jeffs' two convictions on charges of rape as an accomplice and ordered a new trial, saying that instructions given to jurors were erroneous.


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  1. BreakingNewsBlog.us

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    has been BP deliberately KILLED from its inside???
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    as you can read in my iReport (linked below) BP has had a tool to easily, quickly and cheaply STOP the oil spill from the EARLY DAYS of May:
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    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-472981
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    but they haven't used it, leaving this giant disaster to happen for TWO MORE MONTHS !!!
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    so, "could" have "someone" inside BP deliberately done that to see the company's value to FALL very much and very quickly, to take over the company or sell it to another company for a few cents price???
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    will, the Press, investigate on this hypothesis???
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