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  • Boy Comically Protests Mother's Pregnancy News
    Boy Comically Protests Mother's Pregnancy News

    One of the biggest events in the life of a family is the arrival of a new child. It's almost always a very big deal for the expectant mother, as well as the friends and family members around her. Usually the announcement of the pregnancy is met with congratulatory feedback. But in the case of Shanee Gibson Hart, from Fort Lewis, Washington, telling her young son, Tré, and toddler daughter, Amaya, was more of an ordeal than a big deal. Filming the announcement to her children in the privacy of a car, Hart broke the news, and her little man was none too happy yet quite hilarious.

  • We are about to find out if our universe really is a hologram
    We are about to find out if our universe really is a hologram

    What could be the most important scientific experiment of our lifetime is about to begin. The so-called Holometer Experiment at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory aims to determine whether our perception of a three-dimensional universe is just an illusion. Do we actually live on a 2D plane, as a holographic projection? There is a well-established theory that states we are indeed living in a hologram, with a pixel size of about 10 trillion trillion times smaller than an atom. This has certain implications, some of which are quite sinister, even unspeakably horrific. The argument about the nature of the universe hinges on something that 99.99% of people are not able to comprehend even on the most superficial level — namely,

  • Obama tamps down prospect of strikes in Syria
    Obama tamps down prospect of strikes in Syria

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama tamped down the prospect of imminent U.S. military action in Syria on Thursday, saying "we don't have a strategy yet" for degrading the violent militant group seeking to establish a caliphate in the Middle East.

  • Egypt's Morsi accused of leaking secrets to Qatar
    Egypt's Morsi accused of leaking secrets to Qatar

    CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's ousted and jailed Islamist President Mohammed Morsi refused to answer a prosecutor's questions about allegations that he leaked classified documents — some related to the army's budget— to Qatar via the Doha-based Al-Jazeera broadcaster, Egypt's official news agency reported Thursday.

  • British Filmmaker: Why My Stepbrother And Others Have Become Islamic Extremists
    British Filmmaker: Why My Stepbrother And Others Have Become Islamic Extremists

    News this week of the death of Douglas McCain, an American who joined the ISIL militia and was killed in Syria, has hit close to home for Robb Leech. The British filmmaker’s stepbrother, Richard Dart, turned to Islamist extremism in 2009 and was convicted in England for plotting to commit terrorist acts in 2012, but Leech never thought of abandoning him. Instead, he turned on his cameras and delved into the militant community to learn more.

  • Apple, Motorola lead upcoming parade of shiny new gadgets
    Apple, Motorola lead upcoming parade of shiny new gadgets

    Rumored new phones, tablets and smartwatches from Apple, Motorola and Sony could shake up the mobile market next month.

  • Russian troops 'directly involved' in Ukraine conflict
    Russian troops 'directly involved' in Ukraine conflict

    Ukraine and the West said Thursday that Russian troops were actively involved in the fighting tearing apart the east of the country, raising fears of a direct military confrontation between Kiev and its former Soviet master. President Barack Obama led a chorus of international condemnation over the escalating crisis, saying it was "plain for the world to see" that Russian forces were fighting in Ukraine. Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned that Russia's actions "cannot remain without consequences" as the US and Europe raised the prospect of fresh sanctions against Moscow.

  • A brother seeks answers in 'The Look of Silence'
    A brother seeks answers in 'The Look of Silence'

    VENICE, Italy (AP) — What is it like to look into the eyes of the men who killed your brother and went unpunished?

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