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NASA Designs Flexible Spacesuits for Mission to Mars

As NASA plans for the possibility of manned missions to extraterrestrial planets, the agency is starting to realize those bulky old spacesuits hanging in the closet may need some serious upgrades.

Innocent Man on Death Row for 30 Years Died Hours Before Judge Cited Him

The innocent man, who spent 30 years on death row, died of cancer only eight hours before Supreme Court Justice cited his case in a dissenting opinion arguing that the death penalty was unfair and unreliable and may be unconstitutio...

Israeli Navy Plans Major Upgrades to Entire Combat Surface Fleet

The Israeli Navy is upgrading its entire combat surface fleet by adding German-built ships, along with new radars and electronic warfare systems that will be integrated into existing ships.

Obama, Cameron Discuss Tunisia Attack, Greek Debt Crisis

Barack Obama spoke with David Cameron about fighting extremism in light of last week’s terrorist attack in Tunisia and about ways to keep Greece within the Eurozone.

Londoners Take to Streets in Solidarity With Debt-Burdened Greece

Hundreds of London residents attended Monday a rally in support of the Greek government, refusing to accept its creditors’ ultimatum demanding to continue the austerity policy in the country.

NASA Accused of Cutting Off Live Feed to Hide UFO Sighting (VIDEO)

A video posted to YouTube on June 21 - claiming to show three UFOs leaving the Earth’s atmosphere, and accusing NASA of deliberately cutting its feed from the Space Station - has been going viral.

Landslide at the Supreme Court: Right Wingers Lose a Trifecta of Partisan Cases

The latest ruling reverses an effort in TX to eliminate abortion access. The Republican’s losing streak at the U.S. Supreme Court continued Monday, on the last day of the term as the Court made three rulings thwarting right-wing crusades. Show More Summary

New York State Officially Bans Fracking

New York State prohibited hydraulic fracturing because it poses significant adverse impacts to land, air, water, natural resources and a significant impact to public health.

Obama, Hollande Discuss Reboot on Greek Financing Package

US President Barack Obama spoke with French President Francois Hollande on Monday about restarting collaboration on a financial reform package to keep Greece within the Eurozone, the White House stated in a press release.

The South Shall Collide, Again [Strong Language]

As public debate about the ever-divisive Confederate flag continues, video from a small-town parade in Georgia proves that not only does the American South have a hard time letting go of ancient, offensive imagery, but it’s not too great at avoiding three-car pile-ups, either.

Reaching Deal on Iran Nuclear Program to Benefit Everyone

Experts claim that as the talks on Iran nuclear program have entered the final stage, the agreement which would put an end to the decade-long stand-off would eventually benefit everyone.

NSA Spied on Every Major Company in France - WikiLeaks

The US National Security Agency’s 13-year secret economic espionage operation against France covered every major French company, according to the latest seven documents revealed by WikiLeaks.

A Year Ago Today, ISIS Announced Its Plan to Create an Islamic State

Today marks one year since ISIS, AKA the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, announced that it was officially changing its title to the Islamic State and would establish a Sunni Muslim caliphate in Syria and Iraq. The declaration arrived...Show More Summary

Boston to Gain $210Mln from Hosting 2024 Olympics

The city of Boston is expected to earn over $210 million if it wins the bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games, the city’s Olympics bid committee said in a new “Bid 2.0” plan.

Robert Reich: Economic Apartheid in America

Despite social advances, racial segregation exists on a much larger geographic scale than ever before. Almost lost by the wave of responses to the Supreme Court’s decisions last week upholding the Affordable Care Act and allowing gays...Show More Summary

The Shocking Numbers that Reveal Just How Burnt Out American Workers Are

Productivity has exploded in the American workforce in recent years, but at a terrible cost. The American worker is overworked, underpaid, and suffering from severe burnout. This sentiment isn’t populist rhetoric, there are numbers to back it up. Show More Summary

Landslide at the Supreme Court: Republicans Lose a Trifecta of Partisan Cases

The latest ruling reverses an effort in TX to eliminate abortion access. The Republican’s losing streak at the U.S. Supreme Court continued Monday, on the last day of the term as the Court made three rulings thwarting right-wing crusades. Show More Summary

Six Black Churches in 5 Southern States Burn in a Week

A spate of arsons at black churches in several southern states has prompted a federal investigation, since they've occurred in rapid succession in the wake of the white supremacist massacre at a black church in South Carolina.

This is CNN, But That’s Not the ISIL Flag Flying Over London Pride

Amidst the festivities of the annual Gay Pride Parade in London, a CNN correspondent noticed something amiss: a lone black flag. Could it be the banner of ISIL? Of course, looking closer, what CNN assumed were Arabic letters were actually drawings of some pretty elaborate sex toys.

US Government Still Refuses to Release Full Senate CIA Torture Report

The full version of the Senate Intelligence Committee Study of the CIA’s detention and interrogation program hasn't been released, advocacy group OpenTheGovernment.org fellow claimed.

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