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5 Viral Videos That You Need to See: Aug. 24, 2015

Got the Monday blues? Take a breather. We've got the top 5 must-see viral videos of the day for you. 

#1: Two men from Iowa who made threats against Pokemon competitors were stopped as they tried to register for the World Pokemon Championships in Boston. Find out what Police Commissioner William Evans had to say about this. 

Two Iowa men authorities say threatened gun violence at the Pokemon World Championships in Boston have been held without bail. Authorities say 18-year-old Kevin Norton and 27-year-old James Stumbo were held without bail at their arraignment Monday on gun charges pending a dangerousness hearing next week. Authorities say the suspects referenced Columbine and the Boston Marathon bombing on social media....

#2: For beach-goers at Hampton Beach in New Hampshire, this past weekend was all about freeing the nipple.

For beach-goers at Hampton Beach in New Hampshire, this past weekend was all about freeing the nipple. Women, and even some men, went topless as part of the “Free the Nipple” movement. It’s a nationwide campaign to promote equality for men and women by eliminating the double standard of women having to cover their breasts.

#3: One San Diego couple's marriage is already underwater and they haven't even been married a week.

A Massachusetts man has been found guilty of murder in the killing of a woman who was pregnant with his child.

#4: The UK has imposed curbs on vintage aircraft after a deadly weekend crash at an airshow. Warning: This video is not suitable for all viewers. 

The UK has imposed curbs on vintage aircraft after a deadly weekend crash at an airshow. Warning: This video is not suitable for all viewers.

#5: Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders surely let his voice be heard when in New Hampshire discussing jobs. 

Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was back in New Hampshire on Monday. He held a Town Hall event at Kennett Middle School in Conway. One of the big topics of discussion: jobs.
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