Teen Survives Wolf Attack; Burger King Introduces Fry Burger

Teen Survives Wolf Attack to the Head
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Sixteen-year-old Noah Graham was out at Lake Winnibigoshish, Minn., minding his own business, when BOOM – bit in the HEAD by a lone gray wolf.

Authorities are all like: "It's the first confirmed attack by a wolf on a human in Minnesota history!!!!"

And Graham is probably all like: "Dude, I got bit in the head by a wolf!!!!"

Graham's father says the teen had to pry the wolf's jaw open to free himself. He was treated for the wound and received rabies shots, but is now happy at home and recovering.

Burger King's Big Idea: A Burger and Fries
PHOTO: French Fry Burger
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The creative geniuses at Burger King have really come up with a whopper of an idea.

Take a burger. Put fries on it. That's it.

It will cost $1.

Huge Haboob Hits Phoenix
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Arizona winds flashed their "haboobs" Tuesday night, causing a major dust cloud to envelope Phoenix, followed by a series of bad puns.

The dust storm, or haboob, downed power lines and uprooted trees, but no injuries were reported.

Winds were clocked at more than 60 mph and images of the storm show a giant mass of dust dwarfing the city below it.

Timberlake Takes Time for Cancer Survivor
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Justin Timberlake, the skinniest former member of *NSYNC, took time off from a whirlwind media tour to meet with a 13-year-old cancer survivor.

TMZ reports that JT halted his tour in New York to meet with Gina DiLascio, a "Make a Wish" cancer survivor.

Timberlake, who received the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at Sunday's VMAs, agreed to take a photo with the girl if she promised to make it her screensaver.

New York Times Hacked
PHOTO: New York Times building
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The website of The New York Times has been down since Tuesday afternoon, following an attack by hackers who may be affiliated with the Syrian government, the paper reported.

A group called the Syrian Electronic Army, which previously hacked the Washington Post and CNN, claimed responsibility for the hack.

It was the second time this month at the Times website was out of service.

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