August 28th, 2010
11:01 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular stories on, according to NewsPulse.

Paris Hilton arrested for alleged drug possession: Paris Hilton was released from a Las Vegas, Nevada, jail Saturday morning after being arrested late the night before on suspicion of cocaine possession, police said.

'Turn back to God,' Beck urges: In what resembled more a revival than a political rally, conservative talk show host Glenn Beck urged the large crowds at his "Restoring Honor" event Saturday to "turn back to God" and return America to the values on which it was founded.

'Ghost train' hunter killed by real train: Two North Carolina men hoping to catch a glimpse of a ghost train at the site of a rail wreck 119 years ago killed when real train unexpectedly appears.

Japan reveals long-secretive execution process: Japan, one of the few industrialized countries with the death penalty, showed one of its execution chambers to the media for the first time Friday.

'Plan B' discussed for speedier mine rescue: The 33 miners trapped inside a Chilean mine since August 5 have been told for the first time that they could be stuck underground for as long as four months.

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  1. DAvid Sharp

    I congratulate Glenn for being a great American and speaking up for what is right. Shame on CNN for not making this a front page story! Instead of being so liberal CNN needs to be in touch with the American majority, and be a leader in encouraging American return tothe Godly heritage that made us a great nation – which we are about to lose, unless we make an about face and turn back to God.

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