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Jodi Arias Trial Sentencing Live Stream: Watch Defense Propose Mitigating Factors, May 20 [VIDEO]
May 20, 2013 10:22 AM E
The Jodi Arias Trial returns May 20 at 1 p.m. Be sure to watch the live stream of the trial in the video below. Convicted of first-degree murder for the death of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, the Monday trial will begin defense testimony in an attempt to give Jodi Arias a less severe penalty.
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Emergency Belly Landing at Newark Airport: Watch Pilot Edward Powers Land US Airways Flight Without Landing Gear [VIDEO]
May 18, 2013 14:29 PM E
An emergency belly landing was performed by US Airways pilot Edward Powers. All members aboard the aircraft was unharmed.
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Lotto Ticket In Cookie Jar: Ricardo Cerezo Won $4.85 Million; Lottery Winner Promises To Donate To Church, Charity
May 17, 2013 16:10 PM E
A winning lotto ticket in a cookie jar was finally scanned. The $4.85 million jackpot will help Cerezo and his family pay off his mortgages. Cerezo promises to donate the winnings as well.
Gold bars
Lost City of Gold: Did Lasers Help Discover Ciudad Blanca?
May 16, 2013 12:43 PM E
Scientists and filmmakers using high-tech mapping technology called lidar may have discovered Ciudad Blanca, the lost city of gold. Explorers have been searching for the mythical city since Hernan Cortez spoke of it in the 1500s.
George Zimmerman
Trayvon Martin Shouts For Help? Does Blood-Curdling Scream In 911 Recording Belong To George Zimmerman Or Dead Teen? Experts Debate [AUDIO & REPORT]
May 15, 2013 12:07 PM E
Trayvon Martin shouts were heard in a recorded 911 call. Two audio experts were hired by the prosecutor to determine whether the voice in the audio truly belongs to the dead 17-year-old.
Coke Formula
Coke Formula Claim: How Did Cliff Kluge Discover Coca-Cola Secret Recipe? Georgia Man To Sell Original Formula On eBay For $15 Million [PHOTO]
May 14, 2013 13:12 PM E
A Coke formula claim was posted on eBay by Georgia man Cliff Kluge. Buy It Now for $15 million.
Music In Zero Gravity: First Ever Music Video Created In Space By Astronaut Chris Hadfield Has A ‘Weight’
May 13, 2013 05:18 AM E
Check the first ever music video created in space.
ISS Leak
Cooling System On International Space Station Is Leaking, Crew Members Are Safe: NASA
May 10, 2013 02:01 AM E
The chilled ammonia coolant that the International Space Station uses to cool its power systems in the space is leaking, although there is no apparent danger to the crew members, news have emerged.
3D Printed Cloak
3D Printed Invisibility Cloak: How Does It Work? [VIDEO]
May 07, 2013 16:51 PM E
Duke University researchers have 3D printed an invisibility cloak, and they say that anyone with a 3D printer at home could do the same.
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Airshow Crash In Spain Kills Pilot Ladislao Tejedor Romero In Jet Explosion [VIDEO]
May 06, 2013 11:17 AM E
A giant explosion from a Madrid Airshow crash shocks spectators. Pilot Ladislao Tejedor Romero was killed.
Solar Impulse
This Aircraft Flew 18 Hours Without Using A Drop Of Fuel
May 06, 2013 01:56 AM E
The airplane that flew using only the sun's energy took off from San Francisco just after dawn Friday and touched down early Saturday morning at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport in the first flight of what is now considered the most advance sun-powered plane.
Smartphones In Orbit
NASA’s Android Smartphones Act As Satellites, Send Blurry Pictures From Space
May 04, 2013 02:02 AM E
Three Android smartphones sent by NASA in orbit last month to experiment if they could be used for a satellite in space transmitted "image-data packets" to multiple ground stations which were reconstructed into blurry pictures of the Earth.
solar plane
Solar Plane: Could Solar-Powered Commercial Flight Be Just Over The Horizon? [VIDEO]
May 03, 2013 15:16 PM E
With only the sun’s energy as fuel, a solar-powered plane took off from San Francisco Bay on Friday for its debut cross-country trip. How far away are we from having solar-powered commercial flight?
Smallest Flying Robot
World’s Smallest Flying Robot: First Ever Insect ‘Robo-fly’ Takes Off With A Buzz
May 03, 2013 04:09 AM E
With every piece of history science creates, it leaves man swamped with a pressing question: Is miracle only a word?
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