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NASA's $3.26 billion Cassini probe is doomed. The nuclear-powered robot has orbited Saturn for nearly 13 years but has run dangerously low on fuel. NASA doesn't want to risk crashing Cassini into any of Saturn's icy moons, since it could contaminate their hidden oceans. So the space agency just kicked off a death spiral that will send the spacecraft into Saturn. On April 22, Cassini paid a final visit to Saturn's largest moon, Titan, which set the robot on a path to make an unprecedented dive between the Saturn and its innermost rings on April 26. The new orbit will lead Cassini to a spectacular death on September 15, 2017. "This is a roller-coaster ride," Earl Maize, an engineer at NASA's Jet
Almost exactly 15 years ago, Marvel Comics released a comic containing one of the more alarming pages they’ve ever published. In the final act of The Ultimates No. 3, Captain America - the superhero who claims to stand for all that’s good and righteous about his country - attends a Washington, D.C., gala and encounters George W. Bush. “Well, what’s your verdict on the 21st century, Captain America? Cool or uncool?” Bush asks. “Cool, Mister President,” Cap replies. “Definitely cool.” As cameras flash, the Sentinel of Liberty proudly and enthusiastically salutes Dubya. To look at that page today, in an era when the popular conception of Captain America is that of a morally unambiguous, charmingly
Fox News is facing renewed legal claims that it mistreated non-white employees, a week after network parent Twenty-First Century Fox Inc severed ties with its biggest star over unrelated sexual harassment complaints. Eleven current and former Fox employees, including news anchor Kelly Wright, filed an amended lawsuit in New York state court on Tuesday claiming they were demeaned, humiliated, paid less than white coworkers, and passed over for promotions. The lawsuit was originally filed last month by two Fox News payroll employees.
On Wednesday, April 26,2017, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan holds a press conference after closed-door meetings with House Republicans.