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Cindy McCain Says Trump Wasn't Invited to Husband's Funeral Because She Wanted to Keep It 'With Dignity'She's also not sure she'll "ever get over" Trump claiming her husband wasn't a war hero
Cindy McCain Says Trump Wasn't Invited to Husband's Funeral Because She Wanted to Keep It 'With Dignity'
AP Explains: The hunt for missing, dead in California fireCHICO, Calif. (AP) — Given the size and scope of the devastation after a deadly wildfire swept Northern California, experts say the search to find the missing and identify victims could take months.
AP Explains: The hunt for missing, dead in California fire
Biology Student Uses BTS Members To Explain Parts Of The Animal CellThis is pretty much the only way we'll understand biology.
Biology Student Uses BTS Members To Explain Parts Of The Animal Cell
536 Was a Garbage Year for Mankind (So Give 2018 a Break)In A.D. 536, Europe had a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad year. It started when a mysterious fog swept over the continent, veiling the sun in a blue haze and casting Europe, the Middle East and parts of Asia into darkness 24 hours a day, for 18 months. Michael McCormick, a medieval historian and archaeologist, recently told Science magazine that the year 536 was "the beginning of one of the worst periods to be alive, if not the worst year." But despite all that is known about the devastation that began then, scientists still aren't sure exactly what caused the mystery cloud of doom to descend over Europe in the first place.
536 Was a Garbage Year for Mankind (So Give 2018 a Break)
Under-fire UN environment chief resignsUN environment chief Erik Solheim resigned on Tuesday after an audit questioning his huge travel expenses triggered an outcry, UN officials said. The former environment minister of Norway had been at the helm of the Nairobi-based UN Environment Programme (UNEP) since June 2016. A UN audit found that Solheim had spent nearly $500,000 on travel and that he claimed unjustified expenses at a time when the world body is struggling with shrinking budgets.
Under-fire UN environment chief resigns
Embattled Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith Apologizes for 'Public Hanging' Comment, But Says Her Words Were 'Twisted'The Mississippi runoff is the last midterm battle of 2018
Embattled Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith Apologizes for 'Public Hanging' Comment, But Says Her Words Were 'Twisted'
NASA probes 'drug-free' policies, safety at SpaceX, BoeingThe US space agency has ordered a sweeping safety review of operations and workplace culture, including drug-free policies, at Boeing and SpaceX, two companies working to send astronauts to space, US media said Tuesday. The review was "prompted by the recent behavior of SpaceX's founder, Elon Musk, according to three officials with knowledge of the probe, after he took a hit of marijuana and sipped whiskey on a podcast streamed on the Internet," said the Washington Post, which first reported on the story. NASA declined to comment on the allegations, but confirmed the review would start next year as the agency focuses "on safe and successful commercial crew missions" to the International Space Station.
NASA probes 'drug-free' policies, safety at SpaceX, Boeing
Middle East Looters Turn to Spirit Possession to Find Gold TreasureAs "antique" gold coins from the Middle East pour into the United States, some looters are turning to spirits called "jinn" in their hunt for gold treasure. However, research by archaeologists and an investigation conducted by Live Science suggest that rarely, if ever, does using the jinn help looters find gold artifacts. Rather, metal detectors and mass excavation of archaeological sites seem to be the most effective ways of looting treasure.
Middle East Looters Turn to Spirit Possession to Find Gold Treasure
5 People Were Killed in 3 Separate Shootings Across America on MondayShootings rocked Chicago, Denver and a city outside St. Louis
5 People Were Killed in 3 Separate Shootings Across America on Monday
'They Weren't Deleted.' President Trump Defends Ivanka's Use of Personal Email AccountPresident Trump defended his daughter's use of a personal email account Tuesday.
'They Weren't Deleted.' President Trump Defends Ivanka's Use of Personal Email Account
Harrowing video shows helicopter rescue of several people and their dogs from California wildfireWhile the Woolsey Fire in southern California, is largely contained (96% as of Monday night) some of the terrifying images from the last several weeks are continuing to trickle out, including the above video of an absolutely incredible rescue.  The footage is harrowing, taken from a helmet cam, as rescuers navigate a helicopter among the wind, smoke, and fire to land safely and rescue three people — and two dogs — on Castro Peak near Malibu.  SEE ALSO: Terrifying footage shows Southern California fires nipping at a highway It also offers up a rare perspective of what it takes to make these rescues, how complicated and dangerous they are and the risks taken by first responders in dire situations — in this case LAFD Air Operations pilots David Nordquist and Joel Smith.  Even more impressive is the way the pair kept calm and pulled off the rescue without a hitch. One even drily commented, "That was enough excitement for me today."  True heroism.
Harrowing video shows helicopter rescue of several people and their dogs from California wildfire
Arianespace launches Morocco's second earth observation satelliteRABAT (Reuters) - Arianespace on Wednesday launched a rocket from French Guiana carrying Morocco’s second earth observation satellite, the European launch company said. The satellite, named Mohammed VI-B, was developed by Thales Alenia Space and Airbus, Arianespace said in a statement on its website. It will be mainly used for mapping, land surveying, agricultural monitoring, prevention and management of natural disasters, monitoring changes in the environment and desertification as well as border and coastal surveillance, it said. ...
Arianespace launches Morocco's second earth observation satellite
Science Has Chosen the Absolute Worst Year in History To Have Been AliveBubonic plague, freezing temps, crop failures and a giant, black cloud in the sky.
Science Has Chosen the Absolute Worst Year in History To Have Been Alive
An American Man is Believed Killed By One of the Most Isolated Tribes in the WorldAn American Man has reportedly been killed by an Indian tribe on a remote island.
An American Man is Believed Killed By One of the Most Isolated Tribes in the World
Mark Zuckerberg Says He Wants to Work With Sheryl Sandberg for DecadesFollowing a damaging report on Russian interference
Mark Zuckerberg Says He Wants to Work With Sheryl Sandberg for Decades

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