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Earth Sized Planet Found Could Sustain Life

A breakthrough in extraterrestrial life is upon us – astronomers found an Earth-sized planet orbiting a star in the “habitable zone” – which has scientists and astronomers excited. It was named Kepler-186f. It was found with NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, in a range of distance from the star it orbits, that would allow liquid water. The “habitable zone” is known …

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Hayden Panettiere To Plan Elegant Wedding

Hayden Panettiere recently revealed her dream wedding to her boxer fiance, Wladimir Klitschko during an interview with People magazine. “I would like some really long, loose boho beach waves and just a nice golden tan,” Panettiere said. “I want to be classy and elegant and sophisticated, but I also don’t want to forget my age. I want to be comfortable. …

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Chelsea Clinton Is “With Child” And Due In The Fall

This news makes you wonder if Hillary, who will be a grandmother by then, is still going to consider running in 2016. Chelsea, 34, daughter of former President Bill Clinton and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, made the announcement on Thursday that she and her hubby, Marc Mezvinsky, are expecting their first child and the baby is due this …

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Mrs. Doubtfire Sequel In The Works, Funny Man Robin Williams Back

The 1993 huge hit, “Mrs. Doubtfire”, which brought the studios over $441 million in ticket sales, is gearing up for a repeat performance. It’s time for more laughs with “Mrs. Doubtfire” star Robin Williams, reunited with director Chris Columbus, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Mrs. Doubtfire starred Williams as a struggling actor who was thrown out and divorced by his …

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Portland Reservoir: Teen Urinates In Drinking Water

What teens will do is unbelievable, peeing in a reservoir that is used for drinking water is just ignorant. That little stunt caused the city of Portland, Oregon, to take safety measures against contamination, dumping 38-million gallons of water from the reservoir. Portland officials said they are flushing away millions of gallons of treated water again, the second time in …

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Auburn Threat: Possible Violence Cancels Classes At University

School officials cancelled classes Wednesday at Auburn University after an unsubstantiated threat was found on campus, police told FoxNews. The explanation for the closing is “due to continued student and parent anxiety,” according to The Plainsman, the student news outlet. Although local police and other authorities do not believe that the threat is credible, they are taking no chances considering …

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California Gray Wolf Could Be Safe From Harm In The Golden State

The future of gray wolves in California is hanging in the balance. California advocates for the animals now have to wait 90 days before learning if the wolves will be listed as endangered and be protected. Ranchers and state wildlife officials are opposing their protection. The five members of California Fish and Game Commission, voted unanimously to hold off making …

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Portland Shootout: Police Dog Killed, Officer Injured

Can there be anything worse than losing your best friend and partner in a criminal pursuit? A police dog was shot and killed on Wednesday after his partner officer gave him the sic command. A Portland, Oregon, police dog went after a burglary suspect and was fatally shot while his handler was wounded. The officer told his K-9 partner to …

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Rosemary’s Baby: Horror Miniseries Stars Zoe Saldana

If you haven’t seen the classic Rosemary’s Baby, a satanic horror film released in the 60’s and directed by Roman Polanski, then you’re in for a treat. NBC is officially releasing and airing its Rosemary’s Baby remake miniseries in May. The full cast of the show has been revealed in the first completed trailer, with Zoe Saldana‘s screams that might …

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Outlawed Japanese Whalers Intend To Keep Killing Whales

The Japanese whale hunters plan to keep killing whales in the Southern Ocean whale sanctuary, even though they lost an International Court of Justice case filed against them by Australia, which banned their hunts in that part of the ocean. Their slaughter of whales that has continued for years under the disguise of “scientific research” was deemed invalid by the …

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Thandie Newton Tweets Newborn Baby “Booker” Photo

Thandie Newton’s newest bundle of joy was shared today on Twitter, her six-week-old son Booker Jombe Parker was lovingly cradled in her arms, and he is adorable. This is the first full snapshot of the happy addition for her and husband Ol Parker since he was welcomed into the world back in March. When Booker was born, an elated Thandie …

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Lunar Eclipse Gives A Full Blown Blood Moon (Photos)

In one of the most spectacular astronomical events in years, the full lunar eclipse brought out the the experts, and the novices. People gathered at spots they were certain to see this rare phenomenon and took their share of photos to prove they were there to capture the “blood moon.” Although they aren’t NASA quality, there are actually some awesome …

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