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Why the Construction of an American Military Base in Henoko Is Being Described as Japan's Ferguson

A US Marine Corps Air Station Futenma is being relocated from the central part of Okinawa Island to pristine Henoko. Authorities have broken up protests using aggressive methods.

Air Force Officials Finally Come to Their Senses and Allow Atheists to Omit “So Help Me God” from Oath

When a service member stationed at Creech Air Force Base in Indian Springs, Nevada decided to re-enlist last month, his contract included the words "So help me God." He decided to cross the phrase out, which should be perfectly acceptable, but the Air Force said he had to include it or get out. Show More Summary

KYTV’s First Anchor, Jerry Higley, Dies at 92

Back in 1953, Springfield NBC affiliate KYTV launched its very first newscast at 6 p.m., just over an hour after the station signed on the air. The anchor was Jerry Higley, who was a well-known radio broadcaster at the time. Higley died...Show More Summary

Humans Could Save Money AND Save Their Planet But They Probably Won't

President Obama continues to allow coal companies to pillage public land, and we call into public radio stations from air conditioned cubicles to bitch about paying 10 cents for a plastic bag, but the argument against fully embracing humanity-saving technology is the same: it costs money. Show More Summary

Alien Isolation trailer is in the air ducts

Creative Assembly presents another way to die. A new vignette for Alien Isolation shows why it's a poor idea to spend too much time in the space station Sevastopol's air ducts.Click here to read the full article

MARTA’s bunker-busting plans for developing air rights...

MARTA’s bunker-busting plans for developing air rights over rail stations The top image above is of MARTA’s current bunker-like Midtown Station. Atlanta has a few stations like this, where the area above the underground platforms is occupied by a layer of concrete walls and little else. Show More Summary

WGCL Brings Back Noon Newscast

Starting Monday, Meredith owned CBS affiliate WGCL will once again air a Noon newscast. The station stopped airing a Noon show in September 2011. Anchor Jocelyn Connell announced the new show on her facebook page saying, “I have been blessed with the opportunity to anchor the show along with Meteorologist Jim Loznicka bringing you the weather. Show More Summary

Can Cloud Power Provide Clean Water and Electricity for the World?

Wind, water, solar are common sources of renewable energy, but what about the clouds? Can cloud power provide our clean energy and water needs? A Russian scientist is aiming to do just that with the Air HES (Hydro Electric Station) -- a tethered blimp that

Atheist Excluded from Air Force for Refusing to Say ‘So Help me God’

An atheist airman stationed at Creech Air Force Base in Nevada was denied reenlistment for refusing to sign an oath with the words “so help me God," provoking protest from a legal advocacy group that represents atheists in religious freedom cases.

NFL Fans Miss Dramatic End of Game After Lightning Knocks Station Off Air

Viewers of Gulfport, Miss. FOX affiliate WXXV missed the final two minutes of the New Orleans Saints Atlanta Falcons game yesterday after lighting hit the station’s tower. Post by WXXV 25. Saints may have been thankful they didn’t have...Show More Summary

USCG Rescues 2 Boaters Near Willapa Bay, Wash.

A Coast Guard Air Station Astoria MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew rescued two stranded boaters near Willapa Bay, Wash., Saturday.   The 67-year-old man and 57-year-old

Innovative lab gauges acidification effects on marine snails

Carbon dioxide scrubbers like those that clean the air in space stations. Precision monitors and instruments. Industrial parts used in wastewater treatment. Michael Maher’s job was to assemble the pieces into one of the most sophisticated ocean acidification simulation systems yet developed. Show More Summary

Stand Up To Cancer on All Major Networks

"Stand Up to Cancer" is airing on all major networks tonight. The cable networks began at 6pm MT, our local stations are airing it at 7 pm MT. Are any of you watching? Here's a place to comment, either about the show or cancer. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Stand Up To Cancer 2014: Watch the livestream here

At 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT, the annual Stand Up To Cancer fundraiser is getting underway. If audiences don't have access to the number of TV stations airing the celebrity-filled telecast, they can watch the livestream of the eventShow More Summary

Louisiana Station to Air School Kids Reciting Pledge of Allegiance

Starting Monday, WBRZ, the Baton Rouge, La. ABC affiliate, will air a daily sponsored segment featuring local public and private school classrooms reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. The segment, called The Pledge of Allegiance will air before the 6:00 a.m. Show More Summary

Tonight's Fundraising Telecast

Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C), a program of the 4-star rated Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), will air tonight at 8 pm ET on ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and many more stations. The program promises performances from recording artists andShow More Summary

Charli XCX Calls Out Dutch DJ Who Accused Her Of Masturbating On Air

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Iggy Azalea had a bad experience with some hyper-sexualized radio DJs last spring, but her “Fancy” partner Charli XCX might have topped her with this uncouth encounter. As Spin points out, during an interview on Dutch radio station 3FM, host Giel Beelen wished Charli “good morning in the most sensual way” before asking if she [...]

KRIV Apologizes for Airing Offensive Tweet

Houston FOX owned station KRIV is apologizing today for airing a tweet someone sent out using offensive language to describe Cowboy’s Quarterback Tony Romo. The tweet scrolled across the screen during the station’s 5:00 and 9:00 p.m....Show More Summary

Common Core homework helper takes 56 seconds to solve 9+6

A television station in Buffalo, N.Y. is airing a series of Common Core homework help programs in honor of back-to-school week, and the time it takes to solve some pretty simple problems is causing people to question just what the Common Core standards are. Show More Summary

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