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A 72-year-old greeter is punched in the face at a Pennsylvania Wal-Mart -- and it's all captured on security video.
Police say a 55-year-old customer punched the elderly man for no apparent reason, then calmly walked away.
Witnesses pointed out the suspect, who was quickly apprehended and is facing several charges, including assault and public drunkenness.
The greeter had to be hospitalized with broken facial bones.
This bald eagle was found on the ground in Georgia, injured and disoriented.
Less than a week later, he's being released back into the wild after the department of natural resources worked quickly to nurse him back to health.
DNR officials believe the male may have struck powerlines.
They say it was important to release him quickly, since he may have a mate waiting for him.
Bald eagles mate for life, and nesting season starts soon.
The annual Rockefeller Center christmas tree was lit wednesday night in New York.
The seventy-six foot high, ten-ton norway spruce is decorated with thirty-thousand lights and topped with a swarovsky crystal star.
A spokesman for Rockefeller Center says the tree attracts 750-thousand people during the holiday season.
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