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NEWS ATTACK! _ Based upon data from the FBI, the annual list of the most dangerous cities in America has been compiled with Flint, Michigan at number one. [It's the deadliest city not because of violent crime but because in Flint, you can still by those giant-size sodas.]
WE PREFER CELEB INFO OVER POLITICS _ When it comes to choosing what stories we like to click on when browsing news websites, research (University of Bristol) shows people love to find out about the latest exploits of their favorite celebrities or read up on the latest fashions. They are not so enthusiastic when it comes to reading about politics or the economy.
WACKY-BUT-TRUE: CARJACKING ATTEMPT FOILED BY STICK SHIFT _ A Florida teen ended his own attempt to steal a car at gunpoint when he realized he didn't know how to drive a vehicle with standard transmission. The victim identified the 19-year-old in a photo lineup and was picked up by police.
BRAVO RE-AIRING JAMES GANDOLFINI'S INSIDE THE ACTOR'S STUDIO _ Bravo is going back into its vault to honor James Gandolfini, who died at 51-years-old on Wednesday of a likely heart attack. The cable network will re-broadcast The Sopranos actor's 2004 appearance on Inside the Actor's Studio on Sunday.