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Cub Scout Pack 215 in rural Arkansas is waiting for a vote that could mean big changes for their tiny outfit: whether or not the Boy Scouts end a policy banning gay Scouts
On the eve of a major address by President Barack Obama on his counterterrorism policy, the Obama administration revealed Wednesday that drone strikes since 2009 had killed four Americans overseas – one of whom, Anwar al-Aulaqi, was targeted in Yemen because he’d planned and was planning terrorist attacks on the United States – principally the plot to blow up an airliner over Detroit on Christmas Eve 2009.
Older Americans make up a significant chunk of students who have headed into the classroom in recent years, and are now heading out into the job market in the hopes that their degrees will help them land a job in the improving economy.
VIRGINIA WATER, England (AP) - Tiger Woods says the "fried chicken'' comment from Sergio Garcia was hurtful and inappropriate. Two weeks after they verbally sparred at The Players Championship, Woods say it's time to move on.
"Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis has some choice words for the jury who found him guilty of falsely imprisoning three women in his California home. They're "mentally retarded" "stupid idiots" who are "jealous" of him and should be "put in jail" or even "lined up and shot," or so Francis told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview.
Kaiba Gionfriddo was only a few months old when he began turning blue again and again as his little airways collapsed and kept air from reaching his lungs. But doctors were able to use a device based on an inkjet printer to custom-make a splint that is holding his airway open and helping him breathe. Now the 19-month-old is “into everything”, says his mother.
NASA won't be printing out pizzas on Mars anytime soon, but the space agency is planning to pay out $125,000 to study the use of 3-D printing technology for food preparation in space.
In an era where air travel has come to feel like riding a city bus in the sky, Virgin America soared above the competition in Consumer Reports airline rankings released Wednesday. “Virgin America is a cut above the rest,” Consumer Reportssenior editor Amanda Walker told NBC News.