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  • Did you miss last week’s blood moon? Check out this awesome time-lapse photo
    Did you miss last week’s blood moon? Check out this awesome time-lapse photo

    Last week’s rare blood moon eclipse was amazing, but it also took place in the middle of the night so most people in the U.S. probably missed it. But there is no need to fret, of course — that’s why Al Gore invented the Internet. We have all undoubtedly seen photos of the blood moon eclipse that took place in the wee hours of the morning on April 15th. It was the first of four coming eclipses where the moon will glow red in the sky, so three more opportunities to catch one are coming. Those who don’t feel like waiting for October to see the next blood moon are in luck though, because Wired posted a great little GIF on

  • Search for MH370 reveals a military vulnerability for China

    By Greg Torode and Michael Martina HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) - When Chinese naval supply vessel Qiandaohu entered Australia's Albany Port this month to replenish Chinese warships helping search for a missing Malaysian airliner, it highlighted a strategic headache for Beijing - its lack of offshore bases and friendly ports to call on. China's deployment for the search - 18 warships, smaller coastguard vessels, a civilian cargo ship and an Antarctic icebreaker - has stretched the supply lines and logistics of its rapidly expanding navy, Chinese analysts and regional military attaches say. China's naval planners know they will have to fill this strategic gap to meet Beijing's desire for a fully operational blue-water navy by 2050 - especially if access around Southeast Asia or beyond is needed in times of tension. China is determined to eventually challenge Washington's traditional naval dominance across the Asia Pacific and is keen to be able to protect its own strategic interests across the Indian Ocean and Middle East.

  • Bon Jovi helps open low-income housing in Philly
    Bon Jovi helps open low-income housing in Philly

    Jon Bon Jovi's hit tune "Who Says You Can't Go Home?" took on new meaning Tuesday as the rock star cut the ribbon on a namesake housing development for low-income residents and the formerly homeless ...

  • James Buchanan: Why is he considered America’s worst president?
    James Buchanan: Why is he considered America’s worst president?

    April 23 marks the birthday of James Buchanan, the man regarded by many historians as one of the worst—if not the worst—presidents of all time. So what did Buchanan do to earn the disrespect of so many people?

  • The Planet Earth Is Trolling American Climate Change Activists
    The Planet Earth Is Trolling American Climate Change Activists

    But, apparently to troll American environmental activists, that warmth was obvious everywhere except the United States. But you will notice the exception that is North America. In January — which was the fourth-warmest January on record — we pointed out that if you lived in America, it didn't seem very warm. But global warming's effects are uneven and disparate.

  • Stowaway Teen Said He Ran Away From Home After an Argument With Parents
    Stowaway Teen Said He Ran Away From Home After an Argument With Parents

    The 15-Year-Old Told an Airport Official He Was Angry After the Argument

  • John Turturro replaces Robert De Niro in HBO's 'Criminal Justice'
    John Turturro replaces Robert De Niro in HBO's 'Criminal Justice'

    Following Robert De Niro's exit, the cable network has brought in John Turturro for the lead role, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Attached to headline "Criminal Justice" since September 2013, Robert De Niro was forced to step down due to a scheduling conflict, according to the Hollywood news website. The star will be replaced by John Turturro, the New York actor frequently seen in the films of Spike Lee and the Coen brothers. The role was initially developed for "The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini, who died in June 2013.

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