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  1. Drone Shoots Epic Footage of SpaceX Rocket Launch and Controlled LandingRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Mashable

    Elon Musk's space-faring company SpaceX has released the first test footage of its Falcon 9 Reusable taking off, and making a controlled landing at the company's rocket-development facility in Texas.


  2. CABAZON: Retail blooms in Desert Hills Premium OutletsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Press-Enterprise

    A construction worker and new stores are reflected in a storefront window at the Desert Hills Premium Outlets on Thursday, April 10, 2014 in Cabazon.


  3. Millie Charles, the consummate team player, to receive The Times-Picayune Loving CupRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | The Times-Picayune

    Whenever the legendary social worker talks about her long life, in which she has confronted the forces of segregation, taught generations of students and done as much as she could to ensure that poor people got a fair shake, it's always in terms of a group.


  4. Late Easter, April cold mean longer stays for Southwest Florida visitorsRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Naples Daily News

    DAVID ALBERS/STAFF - Randy Carter, a driver for Young's Transport, loads vehicles belonging to seasonal residents onto a car carrier semitrailer in preparation for shipping the cars on Friday, April 18, 2014, in Fort Myers.


  5. Visit cities via video gamesRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Fox News

    Video games often show bloody scenes of rampant carnage, speeding racecars on professional tracks, and cartoon-like plumbers jumping off platforms.


  6. Joakim Noah grieves over loss of his mentorRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago |

    Bulls center returned to practice Saturday as he mourned death of Tyrone Green, who he credits for his basketball development Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah in the first quarter against the Miami Heat at the United Center in Chicago on Sunday, March 9, 2014.


  7. US puts off decision on pipelineRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Times Bulletin

    The Obama administration is putting off its decision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline, likely until after the November elections, by extending its review of the controversial project indefinitely.


  8. More vets turn to prosthetics to help legless petsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Daily Globe

    Veterinarian Christie Pace plays with Naki'o, a red heeler mix breed, the first dog to receive four prosthetic limbs, in Denver on Aug. 26, 2011.


  9. Asilomar bash marks 150 years of state parksRead the original story

    Yesterday | Monterey County Herald

    The lodge building at Asilomar Conference Grounds, which hosted a 150th anniversary party for California State Parks on Saturday.


  10. James W FalckRead the original story

    Yesterday | IN-FORUM

    Jim Falck was surrounded by his family when he died at his home in Beverly, MA, October, 5, 2013 after a brief illness.


  11. Debate over Armenian museum will continue at appellate hearingRead the original story

    Yesterday | McClatchy

    On Monday, in a courthouse about 10 blocks from the run-down site of the proposed museum, three appellate judges will sort through the dispute, which has outlasted several of the key parties.


  12. Experiencing Native AmericaRead the original story

    Friday | CNN

    A settlement of adobe dwellings dating to the late 13th century, the pueblo is still a living community.


  13. Germany best seen by railRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    With my passport safely stuffed into a zipper pocket and the plane descending for an on-time arrival, there was nothing to be wound up about.


  14. Do You Know What an Oligarchy is?Read the original story

    Friday | The Capital-Journal

    They give two examples of how it's used: "one of his cardinal convictions was that Britain was not run as a democracy but as an oligarchy"; "the big cities were notoriously in the hands of the oligarchy of local businessmen" Business Week is a pretty well-known source for business news.


  15. JFK students attend summit on saving childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Bolivar Commercial

    Azariah Jones and Imre' Shaw traveled to Washington to urge legislators to support policies that help children in the U.S. and around the world get a healthy start in life.


  16. 30 Places Every Kid MUST SeeRead the original story

    Friday | Budget Travel

    Chicago's Field Museum is part of the city's lakefront Museum Campus and has nine acres of floor space to display a broad array of natural wonders.


  17. Pretty for prom: Dress shopping can be exasperating for plus-size teensRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Detroit Free Press

    Maria Giorno, 18, a high school senior from Manchester Township, N.J., models a prom dress at New York City Glitz boutique in Pine Beach, N.J. / Philip Shepherd/AP Maria Giorno has nothing against long gowns with high waists and flowing fabric - dresses that are designed to camouflage curves on plus-size women.


  18. How the Coolhaus Founder Stayed Chill as One Food Truck Became a Frozen Treat EmpireRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | Entrepreneur Magazine

    In 2009, Natasha Case and Freya Estrella were selling ice cream sandwiches out of a beat up postal van they bought on Craigslist.


  19. Slowing down in Mexico’s LoretoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Seattle Times

    The Mission of Our Lady of Loreto in the seaside town of Loreto, Mexico.. When Jesuit missionaries established the mission in 1697, it became the first Spanish settlement on the Baja California peninsula.


  20. The Dollars & Sense of OnshoringRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | My ESM

    Apple did it. So did Motorola, Ford, Intel, General Electric, and other electronics and automotive firms.