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  1. Colorado driver spits and hits police officer after being ticketed...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Shocking moment a Colorado man spat on an officer, then struck her with his vehicle after being ticketed for leaving dogs in a hot car while he sat in a restaurant Boulder, Colorado police at first let him off with a warning on July 21 on the condition that he take the dogs home as soon as possible Shocking video footage reveals the moment a Colorado man spits on an officer and hits her with his car, after he received a ticket for leaving his dogs unattended in a hot car. Clint Martinez II, 21, led his angry outburst on July 21 after Boulder Police responded to a report of dogs found panting inside a hot Pontiac coupe car without water.

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  2. US journalist based in Afghanistan does 6 Ironmans on 6 continentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2018 | Daily Mail

    What did YOU do today? Tough-as-nails military journalist, 32, becomes the first woman to complete six Ironman triathlons on six continents in just ONE YEAR Jackie Faye became the first woman to finish six Ironman triathlons on six continents within a year in June this year The military journalist, who is from South Carolina and is based in Kabul, Afghanistan, started her challenge on June 11, 2017, in Australia One Ironman consists of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride, and a marathon, meaning a 26.2-mile run Jackie, who started an organization to empower women in male-dominate field, trained in Afghanistan, where women cannot run safely on the streets A military journalist has become the first woman to complete six Ironman triathlons on six different continents over the course of a year.

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  3. Masters of rock: Climbers shatter El Capitan's speed recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2018 | Daily Mail

    The $10,000 recycled home: Young couple used tires, bottles and parts from an old barn to create their dream home that is completely self-sufficient Exploding pacemakers, what happens to nipple piercings and who takes longest to burn: Crematorium worker reveals the secrets of her morbid job Masters of rock: Climbers shatter El Capitan's speed record by reaching the top of the 3,000ft Yosemite monolith in just under two hours Two of the world's best rock climbers coped with frightening falls and the deaths of two fellow climbers on the same rock in a month-long quest to shatter a mythical record in Yosemite National Park.

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  4. PICTURED: Two climbers, aged 46 and 42, who plummeted to deaths...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2018 | Daily Mail

    PICTURED: Two climbers, aged 46 and 42, who plummeted to their deaths from the vertical face of El Capitan in Yosemite Two climbers, Jason Wells, 46, of Boulder, Colorado and Tim Klein, 42, from Palmdale, California, have died while hiking in Yosemite National Park Multiple 911 calls came in to Park rangers at around 8.15am Pacific, but when emergency responders arrived on the scene the two men were already dead Jason Wells, 46, of Boulder, Colorado and Tim Klein , 42, from Palmdale, California have been identified as the two men who died in a fall from Yosemite National Park's El Capitan on Saturday Jason Wells, 46, of Boulder, Colorado and Tim Klein, 42, from Palmdale, California died in the fall from the Freeblast route on Saturday.

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  5. 'Golden Record' NASA hoped would help aliens learn about Earth could baffle themRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2018 | Daily Mail

    The Voyager 'Golden Record' NASA hoped would help aliens learn about Earth could baffle them with Bulgarian folk music and show them humanity loves to argue, astronomers warn Experts say the greeting could 'sound like arguing' and warn the inclusion of so many types of music could be very confusing The 'golden record' NASA sent aboard its Voyager craft to help alien life understand humanity may just confuse them, researchers have warned. The records include maps, images and charts along with 117 pictures, humpback whale sounds, greetings in 54 language, a 20-minute 'sound essay' of life on Earth, and 90 minutes of music.

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  6. Banned ozone-destroying CFCs are still pumped into the atmosphereRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2018 | Mail on Sunday

    Scientists believe there are new sources of CFC production that are still putting billions at risk of exposure of cancer-causing UV rays. The rate of decline of CFCs has slowed by 50 per cent since 2012, researchers say, which could be due to unreported new forms of production.

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  7. Elon Musk moves on from Amber Heard with his new tech love interestRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Elon Musk moves on from Amber Heard with his new love interest who is the founder and CEO of an athletic apparel startup The Tesla and SpaceX founder is reportedly dating Tyler Haney, who is the founder and CEO of athletic-apparel startup Outdoor Voices. Elon Musk officially has a new flame after split with actress Amber Heard.

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  8. Parents take their CHILDREN to join heavily-armed pro-gun protestersRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Parents take their CHILDREN to join heavily-armed protesters angry at plans to ban assault rifles like the AR-15 used during the Parkland school shooting Young children were seen among dozens of heavily-armed protesters gathered in Boulder, Colorado, to show their anger at plans to ban assault rifles. Many people at Saturday's rally carried weapons that would become illegal if the proposed ban is passed by Boulder City Council, including AR-15 style rifles like the one used to shoot 17 dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida . 1 comment

  9. Driverless cars could be stopped in their tracks by solar stormsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Experts in the field claim it could be safer and more efficient than having humans behind the wheel - but, it might prove no match for the forces of nature. Scientists say driverless cars, if designed in a way that's too reliant on GPS, may suffer complications during powerful space weather events, making it difficult to carry out their functions as intended.

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  10. Water could be extracted by lunar colony all over the moonRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2018 | Daily Mail

    That's the conclusion of a new study that has found water in the form of OH - a more reactive relative of H2O - all over the lunar surface. The discovery could mean future lunar colonies could harvest water on the moon without having to bring it with them from Earth.

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  11. Google's new $131 million offices in Boulder, ColoradoRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto postpones his visit to the White House after Trump 'loses his temper' during a testy 50-minute phone call There is also free coffee and espresso drinks available, as well as a cafeteria pizza oven and free cooked breakfast and lunch in a zero waste cafe Pinball machines, pool tables, a rock climbing wall and pizza oven are just some of the staff perks on offer at Google 's new Colorado building. Staff can access an onsite fitness center, free massages and a climbing wall that is changed every few months to keep things interesting.

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  12. Man found in creek identified as student from Saudi ArabiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Florida high school shooter is booked into jail on 17 counts of murder as it's revealed 'disturbed' student's mental state deteriorated after his adoptive mother died from the flu last year 'I am alive because of him': Student sobs as she describes how teacher died blocking classroom door so shooter couldn't get to her as it's revealed hero football coach and athletic director were also killed as they protected kids from bullets 'Violence, hatred and evil': Trump condemns Florida rifle massacre as he says he'll visit the school - but makes NO mention of gun control and blames 'mental health' Is Trump blaming the VICTIMS for Florida shooting? He says 'neighbors and classmates' should have reported Nikolas Cruz when they saw warning signs he was going off the rails 'I'm going to be a school shooter':FBI reveals that agency was unable to determine the identity of YouTube user 'Nikolas Cruz' ... (more)

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  13. New Horizons snaps image 3.8 BILLION miles away from EarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | Daily Mail

    At first glance it might not look like much - but, with a fuzzy purple and green photo, NASA 's New Horizons spacecraft has made history. On December 5, New Horizons captured an image said to be the farthest from Earth ever taken, at a staggering 3.79 billion miles away.

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  14. Arctic set to release plumes of toxic mercury into the airRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | Daily Mail

    That's according to a new study that found the Arctic holds the world's largest reservoir of mercury - a deadly neurotoxin that could harm humans. Climate change is gradually melting the Arctic permafrost, and this has to potential to release millions of gallons of mercury into Earth's atmosphere and oceans.

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  15. NASA reveals images of Saturn's tiny 'flying saucer' moonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2018 | Daily Mail

    The latest images from the now-dead Cassini spacecraft released by NASA have revealed an unexpected peek at its smallest moon. Saturn's tiny moon Pan, about 17 miles across, orbits within the Encke Gap in the A ring.

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  16. Scientists develop new quantum teleportation testRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2018 | Daily Mail

    A new breakthrough in testing Einstein's 'spooky action at a distance' could soon pave the way for ultra-secure quantum communication. Scientists have been investigating how pairs of photons can be used to form a link across great distances, in a phenomenon known as quantum entanglement.

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  17. Nasa's New Horizons spacecraft could uncover a new moonRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Nasa's New Horizons spacecraft could uncover an ancient MOON during its 2019 flyby of a mystery object from the early solar system MU69 formed as part of the early solar system and could help us understand how stars and planets are born Nasa 's New Horizons spacecraft could uncover an ancient moon during its next mission, set to be the 'farthest exploration in the history of mankind'. Experts say they are unsure exactly how many rocks they will find when they close in on the probe's latest target, known as 2014 MU69.

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  18. The most extreme offices in the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Cemeteries you must see before you die: From Scotland to Japan, the world's most hauntingly beautiful burial sites revealed Think the Caribbean isn't for kids? Think again with our guide to going totally tropical with the whole family Mysterious double 'sonic booms' heard over secretive military base Area 51 spark claims the CIA is covering up evidence of aliens Delta flight makes emergency bathroom stop: Service diverts so passengers can 'find relief of built-up pressures' after plane's toilets break Hold on to your hats! Twitter users post hilarious memes as Storm Caroline blows through Scotland with 90mph and heavy rain Is this the ultimate festive trip? Check into 10 of the world's most Christmassy hotels in 18 days - for A 45,000 Ryanair's claim that buying two of its in-flight scratchcards will double your odds of winning is proved wrong by a scientist The map that could change ... (more)

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  19. NASA reveals stunning 'Farewell to Saturn' mosaicRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 22, 2017 | Daily Mail

    In 13 years studying Saturn and its many moons, the Cassini spacecraft snapped thousands upon thousands of images, bringing these distant worlds closer into view than ever before. Two days before its fiery demise in Saturn's atmosphere, Cassini captured one last mosaic of its subject, using its wide-angle camera to snap a total of 80 images in just two hours.

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  20. Summertime storms in America to get 'wet and wild'Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 20, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Major clusters of summertime thunderstorms in North America will grow larger, more intense, and more frequent later this century, experts have warned. Future storms will also be wilder, soaking entire cities and huge portions of states, according to a federally-funded study released Monday in the journal Nature Climate Change .

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