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  • Japanese Astronaut Greets President Obama From Space

    Japanese Astronaut Greets President Obama From Space

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    Japanese Astronaut Greets President Obama From Space

    Japanese astronaut Koichi Wakata sent an unusual greeting to US President Obama on April 24, direct from the international space station (ISS). President Obama is visiting Japan as part of a tour of Asian countries. Wakata, commander of Mission 39 on the ISS, welcomed the president to Japan in a video along with NASA crew-members Rick Mastracchio and Steve Swanson. Credit: YouTube/NASA …

  • Chameleon Feeding Frenzy

    Chameleon Feeding Frenzy

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    Chameleon Feeding Frenzy

    Watch as these female veiled chameleons feast on superworms. Their tongue projection is extremely efficient as they reach their prey in as little as 0.07 seconds, with their launch acceleration exceeding 41 G. …

  • What Gundotra's Exit Means for Google

    What Gundotra's Exit Means for Google

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    What Gundotra's Exit Means for Google

    April 24 (Bloomberg) -- Vic Gundotra, who led Google’s efforts to challenge Facebook in social networking, said he’s leaving the search engine after almost eight years. Ari Levy reports on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line." (Source: Bloomberg) …

  • Raw: Kerry Brings His Dog to Work

    Raw: Kerry Brings His Dog to Work

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    Raw: Kerry Brings His Dog to Work

    Calling him a diplo-mutt, Kerry introduces his dog, Ben, during a "bring your child to work" event at the State Department. (April 24) …

  • The Next Generation of Latin Writers to Read Now

    The Next Generation of Latin Writers to Read Now

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    The Next Generation of Latin Writers to Read Now

    It's been nearly a half-century since Gabriel Garcia Marquez published "One Hundred Years of Solitude." WSJ's Reed Johnson discusses the Latin writers to read now. Photo: Getty. …