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Clint Eastwood Reveals His Pick For President

The lifelong Republican is making waves with his surprising announcement on the 2020 election.

Harvey Weinstein Rushed To Jail After Guilty…

Harvey Weinstein's first night in jail after being found guilty of rape and sexual assault was apparently delayed.

After Media Reports, Top Democrat Admits Spending…

Faced with a report of major spending at a Brooklyn business, Sen. Chuck Schumer didn't blink.

Homes Collapse Down Hill In Landslide

The devastating landslides were caused by heavy rain, which loosened up the soil.

Hollywood Legend Reportedly Didn't Leave Any Of…

Late actor Kirk Douglas was worth an estimated $80 million at the time of his passing.

Barr to meet with Senate Republicans on…

Attorney General William Barr is meeting with lawmakers on Capitol Hill about expiring intelligence provisions

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Jens Nygaard Knudsen, Lego Minifigure Creator…

Jens Nygaard Knudsen has died.

An Egyptian Mystery Takes New Turn

Scientists in Egypt are bound and determined to find the long-lost Queen Nefertiti.

This Day in History: Young Muhammad Ali Knocks…

This Day in History: Young Muhammad Ali Knocks out Sonny Liston for First World Title February 25, 1964 Cassius Clay was just 22-years-old when he beat the world champion in a seven round TKO. Liston had been favored to win eight to one. Before the match, Clay had boasted he would knock Liston in eight rounds, as he would “float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.” This proved to be accurate, as Liston couldn't land his punches, leading to a shoulder injury and ultimately ending the match. Two days after celebrating the win with Nation of Islam leader Malcolm X, Clay would become Muhammad Ali. The world heavyweight title would launch Ali's epic career. He is widely considered one the greatest athletes of the 20th century.

3 Cheetahs, 2 Cubs, One 'Big Breakthrough'

Ohio has welcomed two new scientific marvels—the first ever cheetah cubs born via in vitro fertilization. Cheetahs are a vulnerable species, with only 7,500 left in the wild. They also have low genetic diversity owing to a mass die-off about 10,000 years ago. That's made breeding cheetahs...

South Korea Table Tennis Championships Delayed…

Next month’s table tennis world championships in South Korea have been postponed. The contest has been pushed back until June over health concerns as the nation grapples with the coronavirus. The event was scheduled for March 22-29 in the southern city of Busan but now will be held June 21-28. South Korean has been battling a surge of new coronavirus cases that took the nation’s tally to 893. According to Reuters, nine people have died from the virus in the country.

Purdue Pharma Starts Ad Campaign For OxyContin…

According to the Associated Press, the nearly $24 million campaign kicked off Monday with online ads that point to a website where claims can be made.

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City overwhelmed as floodwaters race through…

Residents of Jakarta, Indonesia, waded through flooded streets after heavy rain soaked the city on Feb. 25.

The Fittest

Trailer for 'The Fittest' starring Heber Cannon, Mat Fraser, Marston Sawyers, Annie Mist Thorisdottir, Katrin Davidsdottir

Markets Calm After Monday's Blowout

Monday would have been a great day to avoid checking on your 401(k). Tuesday, however, is much more stable. In the first half-hour of trading, the Dow actually rose by more than 100 points on news related to the coronavirus and its effects, though it was back in the red...

No panic but European virus response can be a bit…

As the number of virus cases climbs in Italy, authorities across Europe are scrambling to address fears about the disease without fueling panic

Stunning NASA Video Shows Apollo 13 Views Of Moon…

Check out this stunning NASA video.

Happy Birthday, Jameela Jamil!

Happy Birthday, Jameela Jamil! Jameela Alia Burton-Jamil turns 34 years old today. Here are five fun facts about the actress. 1. She didn’t have any formal acting experience before she was on “The Good Place.” 2. Jamil was once an English teacher. 3. She was the first solo woman presenter on BBC Radio 1's show, “The Official Chart. “ 4. Jamil moved to America to be a screenwriter. 5. She was awarded “Advocate of the Year” by the Ehlers-Danlos Society. Happy Birthday, Jameela Jamil!

First-of-Its-Kind Amazon Store Is Missing One Key…

Tuesday's likely to be a big day in Seattle's Capitol Hill district, where Reuters reports that the first Amazon Go Grocery store is opening, with just one thing missing: cashiers. Customers simply walk into the 10,400-square-foot site—smaller than the 40,000 square feet or so found in the...

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Airlines Across The World Are Suspending Flights…

Airlines across the globe have been suspending flights or modifying service in response to the coronavirus. American Airlines has extended the suspension of China and Hong Kong flights through April 24. Air France said it would suspend flights to and from mainland China for much of March. According to Reuters, Air India has suspended flights to Shanghai, Hong Kong until June 30. Air Seoul, the South Korean budget airline has suspended China flights until further notice. United Airlines has canceled all service to Hong Kong through April 23.

Coronavirus Spreads In Iran, Infecting Deputy…

Iran's deputy health minister tested positive for the virus hours after he held a news conference on Monday.