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The U.S. Navy Just Parked a Guided-Missile Submarine Right Near North Korea -

The U.S. Navy Just Parked a Guided-Missile Submarine Right Near North KoreaAs tensions with North Korea continue to rise, the United States continues to bring more long-range precision striking power into the region. On October 13, USS Michigan (SSGN 727)—an Ohio-class guided-missile submarine—pulled into a South Korean naval base in the port city of Busan. While the U.S. Pacific Command states that Michigan’s visit to the Republic of Korea (ROK) was long planned, the message to North Korea is clear—the United States will stand by Seoul if Pyongyang makes any aggressive moves.

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 19:36:00 -0400

US says Venezuela regional vote neither free nor fair -

US says Venezuela regional vote neither free nor fairThe United States on Monday condemned closely watched regional elections in Venezuela as neither free nor fair as European countries also voiced concerns, leaving President Nicolas Maduro increasingly isolated after declaring a landslide win. Maduro's opponents cried foul after official results said his socialist party won governorships in 17 of the troubled oil producer's 23 states in Sunday's elections, defying opinion polls. Washington -- which has imposed sanctions on Maduro and his inner circle over what it calls Venezuela's slide into dictatorship -- said the lack of outside observers, last-minute changes to polling station locations and other irregularities meant the vote was not credible.

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 19:25:31 -0400

The world looks different after today's big neutron star collision discovery -

The world looks different after today's big neutron star collision discoveryMy grandmother died in 2013.  She was a stubborn, brilliant woman who ardently believed in the value of science. She came of age in Brooklyn, but I knew her as my Nana in Los Angeles who worked with dinosaur bones.  When she died, my grandfather gave me one of Nana's necklaces: A jade stone with a gold chain. I wear it most days.  After today, I will look at that necklace differently.  SEE ALSO: Researchers watched as gold was made millions of light-years from Earth While the jade stone on Nana's necklace was forged in the high heat and pressure of the Earth — an appropriate tribute to Nana's roots as a geologist — the gold of the necklace she once wore is alien in origin.  A discovery announced Monday and made by thousands of scientists around the world, shows that the gold on Earth was actually created as a byproduct of the cataclysmic collisions of neutron stars — the city-sized stellar remnants that can contain more mass than the sun. This means that Earth's gold, silver, platinum, and uranium, among other heavy metals, were likely formed during cosmic crashes of neutron-dense stars that represent the leftovers of supernova explosions. It's a rare moment when a scientific discovery truly and fundamentally alters the way you think about our world. It's even more unusual when a finding makes you reevaluate your feelings about the jewelry around your neck. Artist's illustration of the neutron star collision.Image: caltechAnd it's not just the necklace. There are also the atoms of the rose gold ring my now-husband gave me when he asked me to marry him on a cold April day in Brooklyn's Prospect Park in 2015. They, too, were also likely the result of crashing neutron stars in the distant cosmos. The gold on my finger and around my neck probably started out as the radioactive fallout from some of the most intense explosions in the known universe. These precious metals, which we mine from the Earth for cell phones, jewelry, and so many other uses, are finite on this planet after being born in the stars. While these materials were created in the most extreme ways, we use them in the most mundane. That's perhaps the most apropos truth of all: We use these heavy elements for very human means, from connecting with one another via text or on a phone call, to representing a commitment or memory. Gold made in the sky.Image: NASAThe truth is that in some way, every piece of us — all of our atoms — were born elsewhere in the universe. As scientist and science communicator Carl Sagan once said: "The cosmos is also within us. We're made of star stuff. We are a way for the cosmos to know itself."  This week, I think we're getting to know ourselves pretty well. WATCH: Why NASA doesn't have enough money

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 17:37:26 -0400

Tamika Mallory Says She Was Kicked Off An American Airlines Flight -

Tamika Mallory Says She Was Kicked Off An American Airlines FlightActivist Tamika D. Mallory said Sunday that she was unfairly kicked off of an American Airlines flight over a seating dispute.

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 17:05:57 -0400

Netflix (NFLX) Stock Advances After Q3 Earnings Blowout -

Netflix (NFLX) Stock Advances After Q3 Earnings BlowoutStreaming video leader Netflix, Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) reported third-quarter earnings after the bell on Monday. Revenue, guidance and subscriber growth all beat expectations while earnings missed expectations, and NFLX stock added about 2 percent in initial after-hours trading. The initial rise continues an absolutely stellar run for Netflix shares, which, before Monday's earnings report, had gained 63 percent in 2017, 100 percent in the last year and over 2,100 percent in the last five years.

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