Daily Archives: April 28, 2019

Historian Ron Chernow, the headliner for the 2019 White House correspondents’ dinner

  Historian at WHCD: “Without the facts we can’t have an honest disagreement” Historian Ron Chernow, the headliner for the 2019 White House correspondents’ dinner, said we don’t want a president “running for the Nobel Prize for fiction”      

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Marvel’s “Avengers: Endgame,” the 22nd movie in the 11-year-old Marvel Cinematic Universe, laid waste to domestic and gl…

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Far from Westeros, a Three-Eyed Raven Helps NASA Find Its Way

Perched on the outside of the International Space Station is Raven—a technology-filled module that helps NASA develop a relative navigation capability, which is essentially autopilot for spacecraft…. NASA

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In the six weeks since Beto O’Rourke entered the presidential race, the former congressman has gone from the buzzy celeb…

In the six weeks since Beto O’Rourke entered the presidential race, the former congressman has gone from the buzzy celebrity candidate — the one trailed by dozens of journalists, compared to Barack Obama and photographed by Annie Leibovitz — to just another Democrat in a crowded field, struggling to stand out as he adjusts his message of unity to the ...

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Earth: Our Oasis in Space

Earth: It’s our oasis in space, the one place we know that harbors life. That makes it a weird place — so far, we haven’t found life anywhere else in the solar system…or beyond. We study our home… NASA

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Kidnapping averted as 8-year-old ‘hero’ pulls sister from moving car, police say

CINCINNATI – An 8-year-old who helped his older sister escape a potential kidnapper is being hailed a hero by Ohio police. The children were traveling with their grandmother, 69-year-old Nita Coburn, on Thursday afternoon to the Atrium Medical Center. Google Alert – breaking news

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Jaylen Brown’s old tweet about a teacher saying he’d end up in jail goes viral for awesome reason

Boston Celtics small forward Jaylen Brown, who dunked all over Giannis Antetokounmpo during Sunday’s Game 1 win for the Celtics, has had a solid NBA career since being drafted third overall in the 2016 NBA Draft. Which has to annoy some dumb former … Google Alert – breaking news

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High-Flying Spacecraft Finish 1000th Lap Around Earth!

The quadruplet spacecraft of the Magnetospheric Multiscale mission have just returned from their first adventure into the solar wind — sailing through the most intense winds of their journey so far…. NASA

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