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  • 5 Killed In Western Canada Avalanche: Officials

    5 Killed In Western Canada Avalanche: Officials

    Five snowmobilers were killed on Friday after being buried in an avalanche in Canada's British Columbia (BC) province, officials said.

  • Nasa Remembers Astronauts Killed, Pledges to Reach Mars

    Nasa Remembers Astronauts Killed, Pledges to Reach Mars

    Nasa events scheduled for Thursday include a wreath-laying ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex at 3pm GMT.

  • Who Could Possibly Jog In This Weather? This Guy.

    Who Could Possibly Jog In This Weather? This Guy.

    It's no secret that a certain subset of District of Columbia residents is obsessed with jogging. In a city populated by type-A personalities and strivers, people drop hundreds of bucks on jogging gear. They jog in the rain. Early in the morning. On Friday nights, down streets clogged with bars. And yes, in a blizzard.

  • How Driverless Cars Could Kill The Speeding Ticket - And Rob Your City

    How Driverless Cars Could Kill The Speeding Ticket - And Rob Your City

    One of the big benefits of driverless cars is that they aim to promote safety on the roads while reducing congestion at the same time. If cars are largely run by computers, talking to each other, they can travel closer together in a more coordinated fashion without fear of causing a fender-bender.

  • Include Fibre-Rich Foods in Your Daily Diet to Sleep Better

    Include Fibre-Rich Foods in Your Daily Diet to Sleep Better

    Experts at the Columbia University Medical Centre in New York have found out that fibre can actually help in inducing good, sound sleep.

  • Value Time Rather Than Money to Boost Happiness, According to New Research

    Value Time Rather Than Money to Boost Happiness, According to New Research

    A team of researchers from the University of British Columbia have shown that you can make yourself happier by trying to spend your time in meaningful ways, rather than spending it making money.

  • No Winner In US Lottery Draw, Jackpot Rises To $ 1.3 Billion

    No Winner In US Lottery Draw, Jackpot Rises To $ 1.3 Billion

    The jackpot for the US Powerball lottery rose to a whopping $1.3 billion (1.19 billion euros) early Sunday after organizers said there was no winner in the weekend draw.

  • Man Drove A Truck Filled With Weapons To D.C. To Kidnap Obamas' Dog, Secret Service Says

    Man Drove A Truck Filled With Weapons To D.C. To Kidnap Obamas' Dog, Secret Service Says

    A man who plotted to kidnap the Obama family's pet dogs was arrested in Washington on Wednesday with a cache of weapons and ammunition in his car, the U.S. Secret Service said.

  • New Way To Measure Gravity Can Spot Alien Life

    New Way To Measure Gravity Can Spot Alien Life

    In a bid to determine whether distant stars with planets orbiting them can harbour life, a global team of astronomers has discovered a new way to measure the pull of gravity at the surface of distant stars.

  • This Marine Just Got Diagnosed With Cancer. He's Sharing His Story With The World.

    This Marine Just Got Diagnosed With Cancer. He's Sharing His Story With The World.

    After a weight-lifting session left him struggling to catch his breath, Marine Staff Sgt. Mark Fayloga made a decision: It was time to visit a doctor and find out what was wrong with him. He'd been struggling with fatigue for months, but chalked it up in part to his long commute from Columbia, Md., to the Pentagon. The diagnosis wasn't good: Faylog...

  • Robert Spitzer, Psychiatrist Of Transformative Influence, Dies At 83

    Robert Spitzer, Psychiatrist Of Transformative Influence, Dies At 83

    In the tumult of the 1960s, psychiatry found itself under siege. Critics said the field lacked scientific standards - failing to help many truly troubled people while medicating or institutionalizing others who suffered from nothing more serious than nonconformity.

  • Study Reveals Drug That May Slow Down Alzheimer's

    Study Reveals Drug That May Slow Down Alzheimer's

    In a first, researchers have shown that a drug that boosts activity in the brain's "garbage disposal" system can decrease levels of toxic proteins associated with Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative disorders.

  • What Miss Colombia Said After Being Crowned Miss Universe by Mistake

    What Miss Colombia Said After Being Crowned Miss Universe by Mistake

    "Everything happens for a reason, so I'm happy," a teary Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez said backstage. Ariadna was initially crowned Miss Universe 2015 after the pageant's host Steve Harvey mistakenly announced her winner. Miss Philippines Pia Wurtzbach won the Miss Universe 2015 title

  • Miss Universe 2015 Host Apologises For Mixup, Says, 'I Feel Terrible'

    Miss Universe 2015 Host Apologises For Mixup, Says, 'I Feel Terrible'

    Comedian Steve Harvey misread his cue card and initially announced Miss Colombia. He posted on Twitter: "I'd like to apologize wholeheartedly to Miss Colombia & Miss Philippines for my huge mistake. I feel terrible. Secondly, I'd like to apologize to the viewers at that I disappointed as well. Again it was an honest mistake"

  • Scarf-Wearing Cheetah On The Loose In Snowy Canada

    Scarf-Wearing Cheetah On The Loose In Snowy Canada

    Canadian conservation officials and federal police were on the lookout on Friday for a cheetah wearing a bright orange scarf and wandering through the snow-covered outback.

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