Angel Figueroa

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Actor Robert Loggia dies aged 85

Robert Loggia, who played drug lords and mobsters and danced with Tom Hanks in the film Big, has died, his wife, Aubrey Loggia, has said.<p>She said Loggia died on Friday at his home in Los Angeles, five years after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. He was 85.<p>Robert Loggia obituary<p>Read …

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Snoop Dogg Just Launched His Own Brand of Pot

Snoop Dogg’s very own branded marijuana line, Leafs by Snoop, went on sale in Colorado on Tuesday.<p>The line includes eight different types of …

History’s Strongest Hurricane Is Barreling Towards Mexico

Sustained 200mph winds reported<p>To reach Category 5, a hurricane must have sustained wind speeds of over 157 mphs. Right now, in the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Patricia is powering through at about 200mph. It’s likely the strongest hurricane on the record, and a gigantic storm to boot. The National …

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Drunk Bachelorette Contestant Ryan McDill Explains His Horrible Behavior: It Was 'Gold'

<i>Bachelorette</i> contestant Ryan McDill has explained his drunken antics on the show Monday.<p>The hopeful quickly earned himself the distinction of being …

April 2015

Celebrate 25 years of Hubble Space Telescope

NASA has a whole slate of cool-looking activities in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope, starting on Monday, April …

Experience 2 months of Rosetta’s comet

Spectacular images from Rosetta spacecraft of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko between January 31 and March 25. Many different angles. Increasing …

How Big Would A Meteorite Have To Be To Wipe Out All Human Life?

Short answer: 60 miles wide, give or take<p>When it comes to meteorites, the bigger they are, the more havoc they generally wreak. In 1997, University of Colorado geoscientist Brian Toon and colleagues predicted the aftermath of meteorite impacts of various sizes. They found that a space rock half a …

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