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Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crashes in Mojave Desert, one dead

While testing the SpaceShipTwo plane early Friday, the craft experienced an in-flight anomaly and has crashed in the Mojave Desert killing one pilot and injuring the other. The WhiteKnightTwo carrier plane did land safely.

Trick or Treat: Safety tips for kids for Halloween 2014

Halloween is a grand time for kids who careen about in the dark dressed up as ghosts, cowboys, ballerinas and Lady Gaga. Costume choices go through some changes over the years one thing remains the same - the need for safety.

Creative new Honda ad brought to you by the letter 'R'

A new Honda ad titled "The Other Side" seems to tell a simple story as a man picks up his kids from school. However, that's only one side of the tale.

Meet Redditmade, Reddit's own crowdfunding site

Reddit, the popular, self-described "Front Page of the Internet" has launched Redditmade, a crowdfunding platform for its subreddit users.

Judge rejects Maine's bid to restrict movement of nurse

Fort Kent - A Maine Judge has denied a bid by state health officials to restrict the movement of Kaci Hickox, a nurse who recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone.

Rainbow beneath your feet: Wild mushrooms a heritage of colour Special

Sandy - England and Wales is currently a haven for wild mushrooms at present and if you know where to look, you can find several fungi gems hidden away in forests, glades and natural reserves.

Back to Cold War as Russia probes NATO defences

Brussels - Nuclear-capable Russian bombers in European airspace, NATO intercepts, a foreign submarine in Swedish waters -- the fall-out from the Ukraine crisis feels like a return to Cold War days.

Op-Ed: Ebola is not a world crisis

New York - No amount of television news coverage of front page stories is going to convince Americans that Ebola is a threat. It simply isn’t. It is not a world crisis, either.

New artifacts and chambers found in Mexico's Teotihuacan ruins

Mexico - After a year's worth of research, Mexican archaeologists revealed Wednesday they've discovered three new chambers and a number of previously unknown artifacts in the ancient Aztec city of Teotihuacan.

Op-Ed: Pope Francis's remarks on evolution go against the Bible

This week Pope Francis said 'God is not a magician with a wand' saying the theories of evolution are true. But does what the Pope said go against the word of the Bible?

Stephen Colbert announces last day for 'Report'

Popular Comedy Central late night host Stephen Colbert announced Thursday the date of his final episode for the network.

Law professional Michael Sterner weighs in on thepiratebay.se lawsuits Promoted

Last month in Argentina, Cámara Argentina de Productores de Fonogramas (CAPIF), the county’s music authority, issued a court order demanding 11 ISPs ban access to The Pirate Bay.

Op-Ed: San Francisco Giants fans are elated, despite rain upon a parade Special

San Francisco - Despite storm warnings and a downpour of some rain, over a million Giants fans showed up for the congratulatory parade celebration in honor of the baseball team's third World Series Victory in five years.

A first look inside One World Trade Center's observation deck

New York City - After eight and a half years of extensive construction and reparation, One World Trade Center in Manhattan is finalizing its much-anticipated observation deck. At its completion, the deck will offer visitors unparalleled views of the cityscape.

The search for the Ultimate Diva Promoted

Whitney Houston’s former vocal coach is on the prowl to find the next singing star. After Houston’s death, Gary Catona was left with the feeling there was a deep void in talented, skilled, and gifted female singers.

Op-Ed: How did Syria get this way? Special

The conflict in Syria is now in its fourth year. A once beautiful country has been torn apart, yet despite all this the people remain some of the warmest and most reslient I have ever met. This is a photo essay of my time in the country last year.

Burkina power struggle as army group 'take country in hand'

Ouagadougou - A group of Burkina Faso army officers claimed Friday to have "taken the destiny of the nation in hand" as deposed President Blaise Compaore reportedly fled the capital.

Review: Marshall Tucker Band nostalgic on live 'Englishtown' album Special

Iconic southern rock group Marshall Tucker Band released their newest album "Live! Englishtown, Nj Sept. 3, 1977," where they revitalize their well-received 1977 live performance in New Jersey.

Op-Ed: Report: U.S. narcs hid study showing marijuana destroys tumors

Denver - A pro-marijuana site is reporting the U.S. government shut down a study in 1974 when it showed marijuana destroyed brain tumors. Other work has been quashed.

Rome mayor refuses to back down over gay marriages

Rome - Rome's mayor refused Friday to back down in an increasingly heated dispute over his registering gay marriages celebrated abroad, in defiance of an order from the government to the delight of rights groups.
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