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Feb 14 2021

Rep. Herrera Beutler in middle of impeachment trial turmoil

Capitol on January 6. The ex-president stands accused of inciting the deadly insurrection when he called on a crowd of supporters to march on Congress, which was in the...

Feb 14 2021

Powerful quake hits Japan near Fukushima

The exact magnitude, epicenter, and depth of the quake might be revised within the next few hours or minutes as seismologists review data and refine their calculations, o...

Feb 13 2021

Portland metro Friday weather: Snow and ice expected to continue into weekend

Portland and Seattle could see more than a year's worth of snow before Valentine's Day. "February in Alabama is really a trying time in regards to weather", the weather...

Feb 13 2021

Australian city Melbourne begins 3rd lockdown due to cluster

For me, I just want everyone to be safe. "It will be happening, but there'll be no one there watching it", he said. Fans arriving at Melbourne Park on Friday before...

Feb 03 2021

SpaceX Starship SN9 test flight explodes before landing

Despite the pair of fiery vertical touchdowns in less than two months' time, CNBC and other outlets reported that SN10, the next prototype in line for testing, was alre...

Feb 03 2021

SpaceX will launch first all-civilian space flight this year

Shadyac Jr., president and CEO of ALSAC, the fundraising and awareness organization for St. Jude, in a statement . The first seat is reserved for a St. "This is an impor...

Feb 01 2021

A stunning, rare comet was seen over Vancouver last night

But, as they travel near the sun, they heat up, releasing gas and dust. Now the comet is headed our way, with closest approach in two weeks. It can stretch for millions o...

Jan 28 2021

65% rise in ice loss rate on Earth over 23 yrs

And as another study published earlier this month in Science Advances makes clear, the problem is feeding into itself. For the past five years, scientists have been wor...

Jan 28 2021

US Judge Blocks Biden's 100-Day Freeze On Deportations

A federal judge in Texas on Tuesday temporarily blocked a move by new U.S. President Joe Biden to halt the deportation of many immigrants for a 100-day period, a sw...

Jan 24 2021

Five new weather warnings for snow and ice overnight

The warning came into effect at 6pm on Saturday and will remain in place until 12pm on Sunday , January 24th. He said: "In clearer conditions, overnight ice will rem...

Jan 23 2021

Kenney issues letter to Trudeau, calling for action on Keystone XL

One of Biden's first actions as president on Wednesday was the signing of an executive order, revoking the permit for KXL, and essentially quashing the project. Environme...

Jan 22 2021

China's Lunar Mission Returning to Earth With Soil, Rock Samples

A Chinese probe carrying samples from the lunar surface successfully docked Sunday with a spacecraft orbiting the moon, in another space first for the nation, state me...

Jan 21 2021

NASA is helping Tom Cruise film a movie in space

There were rumors yesterday but is has been confirmed, the man will lead the first movie filmed in space, in collaboration with SpaceX and NASA , who will take him to th...

Jan 20 2021

Biden wants permanent residence for millions of immigrants

Biden will take action not just to reverse the gravest damages of the Trump administration but also to start moving our country forward, he asserted. This means we can ...

Jan 15 2021

Water is more widespread on lunar surface than assumed, scientists report

Jacob Bleacher, chief exploration scientist for NASA's Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate. SOFIA is the only telescope on or off-world capable of gi...

Jan 12 2021

Manatee in Florida had ‘Trump’ scraped on back

Authorities are trying to find out who scrawled the word " TRUMP " into the back of a manatee in Florida over the weekend. The defacement of the manatee with "Trump" ...

Dec 31 2020

Covid-19: Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine approved for use in UK

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government, which has already ordered 100 million doses of the vaccine, said it had accepted a recommendation from the Medicines and He...

Dec 29 2020

Latest Soyuz Launch Safely Delivered The ISS Crew In Record 3 Hours

A three-person crew has successfully docked at the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday, the Russian space agency Roscosmos confirmed. A Russian Soyuz spacecr...

Dec 29 2020

First U.K. COVID-19 variant case detected in B.C.

The discovery of two cases in Ontario "further reinforces the need for Ontarians to stay home as much as possible and continue to follow all public health advice, includi...

Dec 23 2020

‘Christmas Star 2020:’ Best times, how to see rare Jupiter-Saturn conjunction

According to astronomers, the so-called conjunctions between the two largest planets in the solar system aren't particularly rare. The slightly fainter of the two wou...