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Top Trenders: Is Andy Kaufman alive?

Rumors and speculation say that comedian Andy Kaufman may have faked his own death. This and 4 more trending stories!
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Prince Harry, attended the departure ceremony for the Walking With the Wounded South Pole Expedition yesterday. He will join wounded British servicemen and women in a race to the South Pole. Three teams, the U.K., U.S., and The Commonwealth will travel on Sunday to Cape Town, and then to Antarctica to begin the trek.

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Members of the military will have it a little easier at most airports by the end of the year. Service members that go through security will be able to leave their shoes, belt and jacket on and leave their laptops in bags. It's part of the TSA's pre-expedited screening program, which will expand from just ten airports, to 100 by December 20.

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Richie Incognito has filed a non-injury grievance against the Miami Dolphins. Incognito wants an expedited hearing on his suspension from the team so he can return to the field. He was suspended from the Dolphins for allegedly bullying teammate Jonathan Martin. Incognito is losing more than $235,000 for each game that he is suspended.

Number 2
The brother of comic legend Andy Kaufman believes he's the victim of a hoax. At a comedy club Monday, Michael Kaufman read a letter purportedly written by his brother. And introduced a 24-year-old woman as his niece. She claimed Kaufman was still alive and well. But according to The Smoking Gun, she's an actress. Andy Kaufman often talked about faking his death. Conspiracy theorists have always speculated that he did just that, when he died of cancer at age 35.

Number 1
People around the nation are breathing a sigh of relief now that President Obama says they may be able to keep their individual insurance plans for one more year. "You may have read we had some problems last month with websites. I am not happy about that. I had a press conference today and i said we fumbled the ball in terms of rollout. But we always knew this was going to be hard," the president said. The president offered up a fix Thursday to address a controversial provision of the Affordable Care Act. The deal is meant to appease millions of people enraged after their insurers canceled policies that do not meet Obamacare requirements.
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