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NASA/ESA

Smiley Face in Space Is an Out of This World Sight

In space, no one can hear you scream. But everyone can see you smile.

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Powerball Jackpot Raises to $485 Million

Powerball fever continues! The jackpot for Wednesday night has been raised to $485 million, nearly half a billion dollars. The cash value is $327.7 million.
“It’s exciting to get a chance to win an enormous prize like this, but we want players to play responsibly,” said May Scheve Reardon, executive director of the Missouri Lottery

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Missouri State University Plans To Partner With Univiversity in China

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Missouri State University plans to provide a customized education program for about 50 students and teachers from China. The school says the $1.38 million agreement will pay for all costs for 50 agriculture students and 10 faculty members from Ningxia University

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Joe Langdell
Joe Langdell (Courtesy of USA Today & Ted Langdell)

We Need To Pause and Remember Our Past [OPINION]

The oldest living survivor of the USS Arizona, Joe Langdell, passed away last week and is set to have his remains with his brothers in arms in Pearl Harbor.  With his passing there are said to only be eight survivors left from that tragic day that forever changed the face of America.

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Powerball
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Powerball Jackpot Raised To $380 Million For Saturday

Due to strong sales, the Powerball jackpot for Saturday night has been increased to $380 million
            “This is the sixth highest jackpot ever offered in the game,” said May Scheve Reardon, executive director of the Missouri Lottery

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Plane
AP

Dashcam Captures Plane’s Terrifying Fatal Crash [VIDEO]

A horrific and deadly plane crash in Taiwan on Wednesday was captured on dashcam by a motorist in the area.

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What Do You Do If You Don’t Watch The Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl is one of the top watched events of the year no matter what team plays. People will strive to watch it for the game, for the commercials for the half time show or maybe to see if they see a friend at the game

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Lance Armstrong
BBC, YouTube

Lance Armstrong Admits He’d Cheat All Over Again

Did Lance Armstrong learn his lesson? It doesn't sound like it.

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NBC Reporter Almost Hit by Sliding Car
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WATCH: NBC reporter almost hit by car during live report

During a live report, you never know what can happen. This video is proof of that.

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BMW Museum

Come Take a Video Tour of the BMW Museum in Munich

Ever been to the BMW Museum? Neither have we. But thanks to the miracles of modern technology, you can glide through its halls and get an up-close view of pretty much every model the venerable and venerated German automaker has ever produced.

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