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Ex-worker pleads guilty to setting nuke sub fire

Casey James Fury set fire to a nuclear submarine earlier this year, reportedly because he wanted to leave work early. It took more than 100 firefighters to fight the blaze and caused $450 million in damage. Fury has pleaded guilty to two counts of arson. Full Story

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