August 10th, 2010
07:49 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

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

Joke on boat leads to four deaths: Four men died after horsing around in a boat on a southern Idaho reservoir, authorities said late Monday.

Former U.S. senator killed in Alaska crash: Ted Stevens, one of five killed in a plane crash in his beloved Alaska, was remembered Tuesday as a "lion who retreated before nothing."

Flight attendant charged in chute incident: A flight attendant cursed out passengers, grabbed a beer then triggered an emergency chute Monday at a JFK Airport terminal, authorities say.

Gaga say what?: Memorable words from one of the most verbose pop stars around

Convict, fiancee won't quit easily, marshall says: Authorities have pulled out all the stops to find the last of three escaped Arizona convicts and his suspected accomplice Tuesday, and believe the couple may be in western Montana or southwestern Canada.

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  1. Smith in Oregon

    Served Alaskans for many years. Dedicated. Hard-working. Dam n, that airplane will be missed.

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