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Obama's top 10 jokes

During an interview with Variety before headlining the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, “Saturday Night Live’”s Cecily Strong made a bold proclamation about President Barack Obama: “He’s known as an amazingly funny guy,” she said. “He’s maybe our funniest president.”<p>So the pressure was on when …

Jet Lag Is Worse on Mars

A Martian day is 40 minutes longer than a day on Earth—a seemingly small difference that adds up quickly.<p>What would you do with an extra 40 minutes in a day?<p>Not 40 minutes shaved off some regular daily activity to devote to something else, but an extra 40 minutes actually tacked on to the 24 hours …

Space

Space 2020: What does the future hold?

What will our space ambitions actually look like a decade from now? Three experts tell Richard Hollingham.<p>Space has not been this exciting since the 1960s.<p>Nasa recently launched Orion, its first new spacecraft to carry astronauts since the Space Shuttle, and is developing a massive new rocket to …

Space Science

Pau Gasol Praises World-Class Toughness of Injured Kobe Bryant

CHICAGO — On perhaps the best day of Pau Gasol’s new life away from the Los Angeles Lakers, and there have been many happy days, one piece of bad news did not go overlooked.<p>“Kobe got hurt again, huh?” he said late Thursday night without being prompted.<p>Gasol’s eyes were soft, his intuitive bedside …

Basketball

Alleged photos of 12-inch MacBook Air lid and display appear online

Photos of what is claimed to be the lid and display for the upcoming 12-inch MacBook Air have been published by iFanr. <i>9to5Mac</i> exclusively reported earlier this month that Apple was planning to launch a mid-size variant of its notebook computer lineup, and these photos seem to provide even further …

Maybe Early Humans Weren't The First To Get A Good Grip

The special tool-wielding power of human hands may go back farther in evolutionary history than scientists have thought.<p>That's according to a new study of hand bones from an early relative of humans called <i>Australopithecus africanus</i>. Researchers used a powerful X-ray technique to scan the interior …