Because of helicopter sounds, a late-night tweeter accidentally broke the news of the attack on the bin Laden compound.
Because helicopter sounds, a late-night tweeter accidentally broke the news of the attack on the bin Laden compound.
Helicopter sounds caused a late-night tweeter accidentally [to break] the news of the attack on the bin Laden compound.
because – a conjunction that introduces a clause giving reason
cause – (V) results in; to be the cause of; bring about: Heavy rainfall causes floods.
cause – (N) 1) the reason, the end or purpose for which a thing is done or produced: The cause of the floods was the heavy rainfall; 2) a movement, a goal, a charity: The cause was receiving support; 3) a matter to be resolved in a court of law
break news — to announce the news as it is happening
tweeter — a person using Twitter (a social-networking Internet site on which a person can post short messages, or follow and read other peoples' messages.)
Because in informal speech and writing (texting) — "because" is sometimes shortened to 'cause' or 'cuz' in speech or to 'bcz' in text messages: 'i cant come today bcz I hav to work'.