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Donald Trump Approval Rating Polls Remain At Low Levels As Americans Say Racial Tensions Are On The Rise

The overall job approval rating for Donald Trump failed to to top 42 percent for the second week in a row, and has not broken the 43 percent mark …

Republicans

Chris Mortensen - Mariucci: 'It was the right thing to do' - ESPN.com

Andy Reid once told me something about Steve Mariucci that always stuck in my mind.<p>"Looks like a nice guy, he is a nice guy, but...," said Reid, …

NFL

audiobot & flume - Lost It (yetep edit)

President Trump's Cash Streams Seem To Be Slowing Down

For years, Donald Trump fueled his business with piles of cash, making hundreds of millions by selling condos, starring on <i>The Apprentice</i> and putting his name on everything. But almost halfway into his initial term as president, those cash streams are all slowing down.<p>That does not bode well for …

Donald Trump

These are the Most Popular Cameras and Settings for Stock Photography

<i>Here’s an infographic that peers into the preference of stock photographers… at least, for one stock photography site.</i><p>Ever been curious about getting …

A mom on a college tour called the cops on two Native American teens because they made her 'nervous'

<b>(CNN) —</b> For the two Native American brothers, Colorado State University was their dream school.<p>But when they showed up for a campus tour, a parent of another prospective student called the police on them because they apparently made her "nervous," the school said.<p>Friday, the university's police …

Justice

Obama's Portrait Artist Makes One Hell Of A Mistake. See If You Can Find It.

With all the talk about the unusual nature of the new portrait of Barack Obama at the National Portrait Gallery, which is part of the Smithsonian …

The highs and lows of 2017 in photos

From hurricanes and floods to scientific discoveries and World Series wins, we look back at some of the year’s tragedies, developing stories and more …

Donald Trump

The world is running out of water

In March 2002, NASA launched twin satellites most people have never heard of. They are called GRACE, for gravity recovery and climate experiment. By bouncing signals back and forth between them and the ground, they measure the gravitational field at various points on Earth, which can be uneven.<p>They …

Special Report: In Jakarta, that sinking feeling is all too real

1 / 22<p>Aerial view of flooded residential area in east Jakarta<p>An aerial view of a flooded residential area is seen in east Jakarta in this February 4, …

Focus on the Shot

Inside Flipboard / September 12, 2014<p>It took three decades for Joseph Nicéphore Niépce to take the world’s first photograph: a black-and-white grainy …

From battlefield to Courtroom

The wars could be said to be an attempt to impose British Authority by the Settler Government. But the desire for land seems to be just as important, …

The Battle of Antietam

Ancient Computer Baffles Scientists: Antikythera Mechanism Made in 150 BC (+Videos)

Scientists had to see the Antikythera Mechanism to believe it could exist. It would have been preposterous to claim the Ancient Greeks could make a …

Dinosaur Herd Died in a Mud Trap

Another skeleton with a perfect skull!” i shouted to the team, all of whom were face down on the quarry floor exposing other skeletons. In the years …

Triceratops horns evolved over time | Dr Dave Hone

A new study reveals that small-scale evolutionary changes can be tracked in dinosaur fossils<p>Aligning the results of classical biological studies and those in palaeontology is rarely easy. The fossil record is great for demonstrating many things about past life on Earth over large timescales and …

'Fluffy and feathery' dinosaurs were widespread

<b>All dinosaurs were covered with feathers or had the potential to grow feathers, a study suggests.</b><p>The discovery of 150-million-year-old fossils in Siberia indicates that feathers were much more widespread among dinosaurs than previously thought.<p>The find "has completely changed our vision of …

Dinosaurs

The Absolute Worst Times to Drive on Every Freeway in LA

When you're creeping through traffic for what will amount to years and years of your life, it probably seems like you're navigating the worst traffic anywhere in the country. Congratulations, you're right: Los Angeles does have the absolute <b>worst traffic in the US</b>, says the latest data from traffic …

Just in Time for Easter: De La Soul Hide Records Around the World

Just in time for Easter, De La Soul have concocted their own brand of egg hunt. Two months after the hip-hop trio gave away its entire discography …

Islamic State destroys ancient Mosul mosque, the third in a week

Militants from the Islamic State group blew up a mosque and shrine dating back to the 14th century in Mosul on Sunday, local residents said, the latest casualty of a week in which half a dozen of the Iraqi city's most revered holy places have been destroyed.<p>Mosul residents said the Prophet Jirjis …

High-Flying Highlights From The International Drone Photography Awards

From France to the Philippines, the winners of National Geographic and Dronestagram's International Drone Photography Awards.<p><i>Images via</i><p>On March 15, 2014, in association with National Geographic, drone-photography site Dronestagram announced their first-ever International Drone Photography Awards, …

The Battle of Yellow Tavern - Civil War

The Battle of Yellow Tavern was fought May 11, 1864, during the American Civil War (1861-1865).<p>In March 1864, President Abraham Lincoln promoted …

Climate change slowdown is due to warming of deep oceans, say scientists

A recent slowdown in the upward march of global temperatures is likely to be the result of the slow warming of the deep oceans, British scientists said on Monday.<p>Oceans are some of the Earth's biggest absorbers of heat, which can be seen in effects such as sea level rises, caused by the expansion …

Pacific Ocean warming faster than it has in 10,000 years, study finds

Scientists have struggled to explain a recent slowdown in the rise of global surface temperatures while skeptics have seized on the 15-year lull to cast doubt on the science of climate change.<p>A new study offers one explanation of where much of the heat trapped by greenhouse gas emissions is going: …

Global Warming Traps Heat in the Deepest Regions of the Antarctic Ocean

<i>Photo © Shutterstock</i><p>Back in 1974, scientists used early satellite images to investigate a mysterious, ice-free region in the Antarctic sea called a …

Global Warming