Ricky Antenor

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Reveal Your Abs with the Belly Fat Inferno

Packed gym? No problem. All you need is a pair of kettlebells for this 22-minute sweat session

Workouts

‘Human animal’ was ‘something of an Isis celebrity’ and attack in Raqqa damages the terror group’s prestige, says Pentagon spokesman<p>Western leaders and the military have hailed the apparent killing of the notorious Islamic State murderer Mohammed Emwazi as a symbolic blow in the battle against the …

Special Forces

U.S. now 'reasonably certain' drone strike killed 'Jihadi John'

The U.S. military is "reasonably certain" its drone strike in Syria killed the masked Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John," who appeared in several videos depicting the beheadings of Western hostages.<p>But families of the hostages brutally killed last year said his presumed death is little …

Terrorism

Vitamin D Can Turn You Into Superman, Says Science

Vitamin D Can Turn You Into Superman, Says ScienceStaff Photo by Derek Davis: Monday, Nov. 10, 2008. Vitamin D Capsules. (Photo by Derek …

More evidence that Jupiter kicked ancient planets out of the solar system

Jupiter, Jupiter, Jupiter. We've got to have a talk.<p>According to a recent study in The Astrophysical Journal, Jupiter probably kicked a ninth planet out of our solar system back in the day.<p>[<i>Mysterious space junk is hurtling towards Earth (and scientists are super excited)</i>]<p>The study attempts to …

No radio signals from that 'alien megastructure' yet — but scientists are listening

SETI institute scientists have turned their radio telescopes to listen to a star that many hope might hold signs of intelligent alien life -- but so far, no one is sending any signals our way.<p>A few weeks ago, the Kepler Space Telescope detected a star that was acting really strange. The light from …

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