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- What If We Couldn’t Get Divorced?
- High school senior says she was suspended for saying 'bless you'
- Abandoned Florida panther kitten gets new home in state park
By Barbara Liston ORLANDO Fla. (Reuters) - A rare Florida panther, found near death as a 1-pound newborn in January, bounded into its permanent new fenced home in a state park on Thursday, now a lively, nearly 50-pound kitten. "He's really a miracle cat," said Susan Strawbridge of the Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park. A critically endangered animal, only 100 to 180 Florida panthers are believed to be in existence. State biologists working at the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge in Naples stumbled by chance on the kitten that had been abandoned by its mother in her den, according to Karen Parker of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
- Airlines, cruise ships monitoring Caribbean system
- The 'Unbelievable' Way the US Misinterpreted Iran's Remarks Today
A defiant statement by the Iranian Foreign Minister linking cooperation against ISIS in Iraq to sanctions relief might actually be a giant, lost-in-translation misunderstanding, the State Department said today. According to state-run media, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that Iran would help the West with the crisis in Iraq if the West lifts sanctions – a report that has made its way into English-speaking media. "If we agree to do something in Iraq, the other side of the negotiations should do something in return,” Zarif is quoted as saying. “"All the sanctions that are related to Iran's nuclear program should be lifted,” he added.
- Bank of America settlement likely to benefit few
- Bank of America agrees to nearly $17B settlement
- Mining Asteroids and Exploiting the New Space Economy
Companies such as SpaceX and Orbital Sciences have delivered cargo to the international space station. Blue Origin, Boeing, Sierra Nevada Corp. and SpaceX are developing the capability to deliver people to low earth orbit. Bigelow Aerospace is developing habitation modules for use in low earth orbit and is set to deliver one to the international space station next year.