The surviving giant panda cub of twins born on August 22 was “active and nursing appropriately throughout the night,” according to its keepers.
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Michael Kelly reveals fictional election predictions from the 'House of Cards' cast! Hear what the actor has to say about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
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Americans are almost constantly connected to their cellphones but opinions on socially acceptable cellphone use sometimes conflict with actual behavior. As is typically the case with technology, the young lead the charge.
What happens when incredibly talented high school basketball stars have too much time on their hands? They set and try to break world records. Two years ago, Josh Ruggles of the Class of 2015 set a world record by hitting 135 three-balls in five minutes. He's attending Grace College in Indiana next year. And earlier this week, North Carolina hooper Leah Church gave Ruggles' mark a go. She came up just short, hitting "only" 120 threes five minutes.
Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, is teaming up with the Florida Institute of Technology to develop a 'master plan' to colonize Mars within 25 years. Dipti Kapadia reports. Photo: NASA
Andy Parker was left grief-stricken after learning the news on Wednesday that his 24-year-old daughter and WDBJ reporter, Alison Parker, had been shot and killed while conducting an interview in the field. The nation joins him in mourning the senseless executions of both Amanda and her colleague Adam Ward — as news stations around the country tweeted signs with the hashtag #WeStandWithWDBJ on Facebook, and many changed their profile pictures to an image of color bars with a black ribbon in honor of the slai
The moon was once consumed by fountains of fire—massive volcanoes shooting geysers of lava and plumes of smoke into the almost nonexistent atmosphere—fed by rivers of molten magma below the primeval lunar surface.
Finn McCool’s Football Club has been going strong for 10 years now. A group of men from around the globe who settled in New Orleans banded together to form the group in the summer of 2005, just months before Katrina. Little did they know that the bonds they formed would help them after the storm.