Nine Ice Bucket Challenges You Need to See

Don’t have time to watch every celebrity doing the “Ice Bucket Challenge” to support ALS research? Here are nine that you absolutely need to see.

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Mo’ne Davis Signed Baseball Snags Big Bid on EBay

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The initial asking price was $9.99. It made a whole lot more.

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Ice Bucket Challenge Bringing in Cold Hard Cash

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All those videos of people pouring ice water over their heads really is resulting in money for ALS research. A LOT of money.

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World’s Most Pierced Man Denied Entry to Dubai

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A German man whose face is embellished with horn implants and more than 100 piercings was invited to a nightclub appearance in Dubai, but wasn’t allowed to exit customs.

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Robin Williams inspires others to ‘come out’ about depression

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“I have never said how much suicide or depression has played a role in my life, and I thought it was time, it was time to just stop hiding.”

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Siberian holes could be ‘visible effect’ of climate change

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There’s a scary answer for why Siberia is turning into Swiss cheese: Mother Nature has gas, so to speak, and we gave it to her.

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Want to protect your gadget? Use a USB condom

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Planning on plugging into a stranger’s computer to charge your phone? You might want to use protection.

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This kid is only 5, but he’s already a pro reporter

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This adorable tot taking over a Pennsylvania newscast is the cutest thing you’ll watch all day.

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Meet the American doctor who survived Ebola before it even had a name

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Dr. Thomas Cairns was quite possibly the first non-African Ebola patient — and would become, almost certainly, the first non-African Ebola survivor.

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Move over, Barbie: LEGO releases female scientist playset

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Several months after a 7-year-old girl wrote to complain about the scarcity of “lego girls,” the company has released a playset that features a line of female scientists.

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Germans flock to mysterious crop circle

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Thousands of people are trekking to a Bavarian farmer’s field to check out a mysterious set of crop circles.

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Only Enough for One: Experimental serum used on U.S. woman

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A dose of “experimental serum” arrived in Liberia to be tried on a U.S. charity worker struggling for her life — but there was only enough for one.

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Our ‘Do Nothing Congress’ by the numbers

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The 113th Congress remains on track to be arguably the least productive Congress in modern history, according to the best available statistics on legislation that has been enacted into law.

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Worst Ever: California’s drought crisis hits record level

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The newest U.S. Drought Monitor map released Thursday shows that more than half of the state is under an “exceptional drought” level.

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It’s On: Republicans forge ahead with plan to sue Obama

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House Republicans on Wednesday voted to authorize a lawsuit against President Barack Obama for his use of executive actions.

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