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Here's What Else Stephen Moore, Trump's Nominee For The Fed, Has Been Wrong About

Moore has written for The Wall Street Journal's op-ed page and is a visitingfellow at The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank

The FDA Is Holding a Breast Implant Safety Hearing Next Week-Here
The FDA Is Holding a Breast Implant Safety Hearing Next Week-Here's What to Know

Following hundreds of reports linking certain breast implants to chronic illness, cancer and even death, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) will hold hearings on Monday and Tuesday to discuss their safety. One topic on the agenda is the link between breast implants and a rare type of lymphoma called

A Massive Solar Storm Is Hitting Earth This Weekend
A Massive Solar Storm Is Hitting Earth This Weekend

Don't worry, it's not going to be harmful. If you're lucky, you'll get to see a good sky show.

NASA publishes images of the meteor no one saw
NASA publishes images of the meteor no one saw

NASA on Friday published satellite photos of a powerful meteor which appeared just above the Bering Sea on December 18 but went unnoticed until months later. The photographs were taken by two NASA instruments on board the Terra satellite.

A rare albino penguin makes its debut at zoo in Poland
A rare albino penguin makes its debut at zoo in Poland

WARSAW, Poland (AP) - An extremely rare albino penguin has made its debut at Gdansk Zoo in northern Poland.

Rare albino penguin makes debut at Polish zoo
Rare albino penguin makes debut at Polish zoo

A rare three-month-old albino penguin made its first public appearance at a zoo in the Polish Baltic port city of Gdansk, where its keepers claim it is the only one of its kind in captivity. The all-white African black-foot penguin was born on December 14, but zoo staff decided to keep its arrival secret

U.S. cautions Venezuela
U.S. cautions Venezuela's Maduro over detained Citgo workers, others

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration on Friday warned the government of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela over the detention of Americans, including six executives from Houston-based oil company Citgo Petroleum who have been jailed since 2017. "We will hold Maduro and his prison officials to

Macron accuses EU summit of falling short on climate goals
Macron accuses EU summit of falling short on climate goals

European Union leaders failed to do enough Friday to pursue a pledge to achieve zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 under the Paris climate agreement, French President Emmanuel Macron said. The leaders stressed the need for the EU to submit an "ambitious long-term strategy by 2020 striving

13 Pimple Patches That Make Breakouts Disappear Overnight
13 Pimple Patches That Make Breakouts Disappear Overnight

Pimple patches, zit stickers, acne dots - whatever you want to call them, these tiny, stick-on skin treatments seem to be everywhere right now. And if you've ever actually tried one of them, you know why: For certain types of pimples, they can be an amazingly effective, insanely satisfying and a

Inditex Infuses MIT With Big Bucks to Fuel Green Research
Inditex Infuses MIT With Big Bucks to Fuel Green Research

Inditex and MIT ink deal to promote research into global sustainability challenges.

The Featherweight Hammock That Holds 900 Times Its Own Weight
The Featherweight Hammock That Holds 900 Times Its Own Weight

The next time you go camping, sleep in style.

Special evaluations can help seniors cope with cancer care
Special evaluations can help seniors cope with cancer care

Before she could start breast cancer treatment, Nancy Simpson had to walk in a straight line, count backward from 20 and repeat a silly phrase.

US sanctions Iran nuclear researchers, warns of future work
US sanctions Iran nuclear researchers, warns of future work

The United States on Friday imposed sanctions on Iranian nuclear researchers, saying it wanted to warn young scientists to steer clear of any future effort to build a bomb. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Twitter called the sanctions part of the "maximum pressure campaign" on Iran as the United States tries to roll back the clerical regime's regional influence. "We'll be relentless in denying Iran the ability to engage in WMD proliferation and all its outlaw activities," said Pompeo, who is on a Middle East tour to build a united front against Iran.

Biogen Stock Crashes on Termination of Alzheimer
Biogen Stock Crashes on Termination of Alzheimer's Studies

Biogen (BIIB) and its Japanese partner, Eisai discontinue two late-stage studies evaluating aducanumab, in patients with Alzheimer's disease.

The World Depends on GPS. These Are the Airmen Who Protect It.
The World Depends on GPS. These Are the Airmen Who Protect It.

Popular Mechanics goes to source for the straight story on what it takes to operate the GPS navigation system and how the game is changing as the militarization of space heats up.

The Future of GPS Is Taking Shape Inside These Locked Rooms
The Future of GPS Is Taking Shape Inside These Locked Rooms

PM goes into the Air Force control rooms and aerospace factory floors to examine the state of U.S. global positioning satellites as things change in orbit.

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Emilia Clarke's Aneurysms Almost Killed Her-Women Need to Know the Risks

Brain aneurysms are silent and often fatal, and women are 1.5 times more likely to develop them than men. Here's what you need to know.

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Here's What Can Happen to Your Body If You Skip Spring Cleaning

All that dust and pet dander can impact your respiratory and immune systems in a big way.

'Inland Oceans' from One of Southern Hemisphere's Worst Storms Seen from Space

A deadly cyclone that hit southern Africa left extensive flooding that looked like "inland oceans" in images from space taken just days after the storm made landfall.Sentinel-1, a satellite mission that's part of the European Union's Earth-observation program, Copernicus, captured imagery on March 19 that showed far-reaching floodwaters around Mozambique's town of Beira on the coast of the Indian Ocean.Cyclone Idai could turn out to be "one of the worst weather-related disasters" in the Southern Hemisphere, said Clare Nullis, spokesperson for the World Meteorological Organization.In Mozambique, at least 1,000 people are feared dead and tens of thousands have lost their...

The Trump Team And The Problem That Shall Not Be Named
The Trump Team And The Problem That Shall Not Be Named

On Wednesday, Environmental Protection Agency chief Andrew Wheeler told CBSNews that a lack of safe drinking water around the globe is a far more urgentthreat than climate change

Astronauts take spacewalk to swap space station
Astronauts take spacewalk to swap space station's batteries

Two American astronauts took a spacewalk Friday to replace aging batteries on the International Space Station.

More shale, who cares? Saudi Arabia pushes for at least $70 oil
More shale, who cares? Saudi Arabia pushes for at least $70 oil

DUBAI/LONDON (Reuters) - Budget needs are forcing Saudi Arabia to push for oil prices of at least $70 per barrel this year, industry sources say, even though U.S. shale oil producers could benefit and Riyadh's share of global crude markets might be further eroded. Riyadh, OPEC's de facto leader

Researchers Have Found a Link Between Broken-Heart Syndrome and the Brain
Researchers Have Found a Link Between Broken-Heart Syndrome and the Brain

It seems that your heart really does feel the impact of your emotions.Read More...

Thousands of Algerians rally to demand Bouteflika quit
Thousands of Algerians rally to demand Bouteflika quit

Defying heavy rain, the protesters brandished Algerian flags and pamphlets as they gathered in the same spot in the capital where a wave of demonstrations first erupted a month ago against Bouteflika's 20-year rule. "Rain will not prevent us from continuing pressure," said student Ahmed Khoudja, 23, in a square in central Algiers. The protests were expected to swell further after Friday prayers, as has happened on the four previous Fridays during this wave of demonstrations that kicked off on Feb 22.

Spinning Star Hurtles Through Space at 2.5 Million Mph After Swift Kick from Supernova
Spinning Star Hurtles Through Space at 2.5 Million Mph After Swift Kick from Supernova

Astronomers have clocked a pulsar careening through space at a mind-boggling 2.5 million mph (4 million km/h). It seems to have been kicked to such high speeds by its parent supernova.Researchers announced the discovery March 19 at the High Energy Astrophysics Division meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Monterey, California. They spotted the pulsar from low Earth orbit with NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope and using the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array in New Mexico."Thanks to its narrow dart-like tail and a fortuitous viewing angle, we can trace this pulsar straight back to its birthplace," Frank Schinzel of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in New...

Future hints at next studio album
Future hints at next studio album

Despite the recent release of his latest single "Going Dummi," Future took to Instagram to share a snippet of a presumably-new track in an Instagram Story.Captured by Future Fanpage, the video features the rapper nodding his head to unreleased new music -- alluding to a forthcoming follow-up to his seventh album "Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD."New Future snippet from his Instagram story HNDRXX 2 OTW pic.twitter.com/yQRMBIShHP- FUTURE FANPAGE (@FreeBandHndrxx) 20 mars 2019

Stealth Strike: America
Stealth Strike: America's F-22 Raptor vs. Russia's New Su-57 (Who Wins?)

Any guesses?

Venezuela, China in focus for Trump meeting with Caribbean leaders
Venezuela, China in focus for Trump meeting with Caribbean leaders

Trump will meet with leaders from the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Saint Lucia at his private club in Palm Beach, Florida. The response to OPEC-member Venezuela's political crisis has split the members of the Caribbean Community, known as CARICOM. The organization has officially advocated for talks between Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and Guaido.

Toyota and Japan's space agency greenlight plans to develop a 6-wheeled moon rover
Toyota and Japan's space agency greenlight plans to develop a 6-wheeled moon rover

Japan's space agency teamed up with Toyota to create a minibus that will shuttle astronauts across the Moon in 10 years.

Think You Have a Food Allergy? This Study Says There
Think You Have a Food Allergy? This Study Says There's a Good Chance You're Wrong.

And if you're cutting out entire food groups because you think you're intolerant, you could be doing more harm than good.

Think You Have a Food Allergy? This Study Says There
Think You Have a Food Allergy? This Study Says There's a Good Chance You're Wrong.

And if you're cutting out entire food groups because you think you're intolerant, you could be doing more harm than good.

The U.S. Navy Wants 12 Aircraft Carriers. Here Is How They Plan To Do It.
The U.S. Navy Wants 12 Aircraft Carriers. Here Is How They Plan To Do It.

We have the latest.

Unstoppable Stealth: Why F-22s, F-35 and New B-21 Bombers Should All Be Feared
Unstoppable Stealth: Why F-22s, F-35 and New B-21 Bombers Should All Be Feared

The reasons are simple.

Floods expose threat to military posed by climate change
Floods expose threat to military posed by climate change

OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. (AP) - The Missouri River floodwater surging on to the air base housing the U.S. military's Strategic Command overwhelmed round-the-clock sandbagging by airmen and others. They had to scramble to save sensitive equipment, munitions and dozens of aircraft.

Bringing the Sting: The U.S. Navy Is Getting New F/A-18E/F Super Hornets
Bringing the Sting: The U.S. Navy Is Getting New F/A-18E/F Super Hornets

The Super Hornets would be the first new-build examples of the Block III variant of the F/A-18E/F. The Block III flies farther and carries more weapons than an older F/A-18E/F can do and also is stealthier than earlier Super Hornet models are.

Tethers Unlimited says two-way radio for small satellites has aced first orbital test
Tethers Unlimited says two-way radio for small satellites has aced first orbital test

Tethers Unlimited weathered a wave of bad news over the winter, but now some good news has bloomed. The company, headquartered in Bothell, Wash., reports that its SWIFT-SLX S-band radio has been successfully operated in orbit. The compact software-defined radio provided two-way communications between Harris Corp.'s first small satellite, known as HSAT-1, and the satellite's ground operators, Tethers Unlimited said this week in a news release. HSAT was launched last November by India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, with Seattle-based Spaceflight handling logistical support. SWIFT-SLX is designed to fit on CubeSat-class spacecraft, and can be configured to meet a wide range… Read More

Death toll in China chemical plant blast jumps to 47
Death toll in China chemical plant blast jumps to 47

More than 600 people are receiving medical treatment following Thursday afternoon's blast at the industrial park in Yancheng, said the city government on its official Twitter-like Weibo account. The explosion was so powerful that it apparently triggered a small earthquake, knocked down several factory buildings and shattered the windows of homes a few kilometres away. Hundreds of rescuers have been dispatched to the scene, local authorities said, and more than 3,000 people have been evacuated from the blast site.

Cradle of Venezuela oil industry is a scene of desolation
Cradle of Venezuela oil industry is a scene of desolation

Greasy slicks continue to darken the ground in Mene Grande, a modest town where Venezuela's oil boom was born more than a century ago. "We used to live like kings," recalled Henry, a 48-year-old former oil well worker who declined to give his last name. "This was the biggest oil area in Venezuela... You stopped here and used to see a big number of barges working there.

Physicist Marcelo Gleiser:
Physicist Marcelo Gleiser: 'Science does not kill God'

The annual Templeton Prize, which recognizes outstanding contributions to "affirming life's spiritual dimension," was awarded Tuesday to Brazilian Marcelo Gleiser -- a theoretical physicist dedicated to demonstrating science and religion are not enemies. A physics and astronomy professor whose specializations include cosmology, 60-year-old Gleiser was born in Rio de Janeiro, and has been in the United States since 1986. "Atheism is inconsistent with the scientific method," Gleiser told AFP Monday from Dartmouth College, the New Hampshire university where he has taught since 1991.

Many sharks closer to extinction than feared: Red List
Many sharks closer to extinction than feared: Red List

Human appetites are pushing makos and other iconic sharks to the brink of extinction, scientists warned in a new assessment of the apex predator's conservation status. Seventeen of 58 species evaluated were classified as facing extinction, the Shark Specialist Group of the International Union for the Conservation (IUCN) said late Thursday in an update of the Red List of threatened animals and plants. "Our results are alarming," said Nicholas Dulvy, who chairs the grouping of 174 experts from 55 countries.

Oil Giants Invest $110 Billion In New Fossil Fuels After Spending $1 Billion On Green PR
Oil Giants Invest $110 Billion In New Fossil Fuels After Spending $1 Billion On Green PR

The world's five largest publicly traded oil companies are increasing theirinvestments in oil and gas, putting a combined $110 billion in new fossil-fuelproduction

Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Is Challenging the Way People Think About Autism
Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Is Challenging the Way People Think About Autism

The teen change-maker isn't only schooling people on climate. Read More...

Ky. Governor Made Sure His 9 Kids Got Chickenpox 'on Purpose': They Were 'Miserable' but 'Turned Out Fine'
Ky. Governor Made Sure His 9 Kids Got Chickenpox 'on Purpose': They Were 'Miserable' but 'Turned Out Fine'

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin Exposed His Kids to Chickenpox

Cellulitis Infection: Is It Contagious?
Cellulitis Infection: Is It Contagious?

Cellulitis-a common, potentially serious bacterial skin infection-is not directly contagious.

Everything Kim Kardashian Uses for Psoriasis That You Should (and Shouldn
Everything Kim Kardashian Uses for Psoriasis That You Should (and Shouldn't) Try, According to a Dermatologist

Plus, affordable at-home skincare products you can use to keep flare-ups at bay

The Acne-Prevention Strategies Glasses Wearers Need to Know
The Acne-Prevention Strategies Glasses Wearers Need to Know

How four eyes become five.

Little sun bear
Little sun bear's facial mimicry reveals complex social skills

Researchers studied 22 sun bears in spontaneous social play at the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Center in Malaysia in outdoor forest enclosures big enough to let the animals decide whether to interact or avoid each other all day. The bears exactly mimicked facial expressions they saw other bears produce

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It's Officially Spring - Before You Go For a Run Outside, Take These Allergists' Advice

If you live in a part of the country that experiences heavy snow and frigid Winter temperatures, you've probably been counting down the days until Spring would arrive in all its flowery glory. But the second you step outside for a run, you're met with another reality.

Report claims Boeing has been forced to delay first Starliner launch by months
Report claims Boeing has been forced to delay first Starliner launch by months

NASA needs a way to get astronauts to the International Space Station that doesn't involve paying Russia heaps of money, so it struck deals with both SpaceX and Boeing to build crew capsules capable of fulfilling that need. Earlier this month, SpaceX successfully sent its Crew Dragon capsule to the

Tribes push to protect sacred New Mexico site from drilling
Tribes push to protect sacred New Mexico site from drilling

ACOMA PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) - Native American leaders are banding together to pressure U.S. officials to ban oil and gas exploration around a sacred tribal site that features massive stone structures and other remnants of an ancient civilization but are facing the Trump administration's pro-drilling

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