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In the first half, political commentator and economist John Lott reacted to the breaking news on the riots in Baltimore, which arose in the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray.

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Star May Go Supernova

Star May Go Supernova

A star photographed by Hubble called SBW1 may be getting ready to go supernova.

Cygnus Craft Arrives at ISS

Cygnus Craft Arrives at ISS

For astronauts aboard the International Space Station, Christmas continued into 2014 as the Cygnus spacecraft arrived on Sunday morning and brought with it, amongst the 2,780 pounds of supplies aboard the ship, holiday gifts for the denizens of the ISS

'Hand of God' Space Image

'Hand of God' Space Image

An uncanny new NASA X-ray image dubbed the "Hand of God" shows a cloud of material being ejected from a star that exploded in a supernova.

Earth from Space Images: 2013

Earth from Space Images: 2013

Check out a selection of some of the most amazing images that NASA took of Earth from space this past year.

Best Space Images of 2013

Best Space Images of 2013

Check out a showcase of some of the most stunning space images of 2013, as chosen by MailOnline.

Robotics Challenge

Robotics Challenge

This past weekend, the DARPA Robotics Challenge was held at the Homestead-Miami Speedway-- a two-day competition in which 17 robots were scored on their ability to perform such tasks as driving cars.

New Images of Vesta

New Images of Vesta

Scientists have released new color composite images of the asteroid Vesta, originally taken by the NASA spacecraft DAWN.

Hubble Captures 'Holiday Wreath'

Hubble Captures 'Holiday Wreath'

Just in time for the holiday season, NASA has released a new photo, from the Hubble telescope, of a distant star shining brightly amongst rings of dust and bearing an uncanny resemblance to a festive wreath

Plate Tectonics on Europa?

Plate Tectonics on Europa?

Scientists have spotted potential evidence for active plate tectonics on Europa, one of Jupiter's moons, it was announced at the recent meeting of the American Geophysical Union.

Another Eye in the Sky

Another Eye in the Sky

Yet another secret spy satellite, for use by the National Reconnaissance Office, was delivered into space this past week, joining what is believed to be a veritable armada of classified U.S. craft equipped to watch the planet via extremely advanced technology.

China's Yutu Lunar Rover

China's Yutu Lunar Rover

China's National Space Administration looks to make history this weekend as it sends Yutu, the nation's first lunar rover, to the moon.

LADEE Gets to Work

LADEE Gets to Work

NASA's Lunar probe, dubbed LADEE, has begun its mission to study the moon's atmosphere and dust. The craft actually began orbiting the moon on October 6th, but required an additional six weeks of intricate maneuvers to ultimately arrive in the specific orbital location required for its scientific tests

Stunning Comet ISON Photo

Stunning Comet ISON Photo

Astronomy Professor Andrew Fraknoi has been following the story of whether Comet ISON will be a "comet of the century" or a possible flop. He shares with us a stunning photo recently taken by British amateur astronomer Damian Peach.

Knapp's News 11/17/13

Knapp's News 11/17/13

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including an update about the Chicago O'Hare UFO incident.

New Saturn Image

New Saturn Image

A fascinating new composite image of Saturn and its rings has been created via the Cassini spacecraft and The Day the Earth Smiled project.

An Olympic Moment in Space

An Olympic Moment in Space

Russian cosmonauts Oleg Kotov and Sergei Ryazansky took the Olympic torch on its first historic spacewalk Saturday.

'Freak' Asteroid Discovered

'Freak' Asteroid Discovered

A bizarre asteroid with six comet-like tails has been discovered in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.

India's Mars Mission

India's Mars Mission

On November 5th, 2013 India successfully launched its Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM).

Earth-like Exoplanets Common

Earth-like Exoplanets Common

A new analysis of data from the Kepler space telescope has revealed that one in every five sun-like stars has a potentially habitable Earth-like planet in its orbit.

Witch Head Nebula

Witch Head Nebula

A recently released image from NASA's Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) appears to be a witch screaming out into space.

Martian Mystery: 'Inca City'

Martian Mystery: 'Inca City'

Pictured is the Martian anomaly known as "Inca City," the informal name given by Mariner 9 scientists in 1972 to a set of intersecting, rectilinear ridges.

Video: 'Canyon Of Fire'

Video: 'Canyon Of Fire'

NASA has released a spectacular video of what it describes as a 'canyon of fire' erupting from the surface of the sun

Galaxy 'Far, Far Away' Discovered

Galaxy 'Far, Far Away' Discovered

Peering back to nearly the beginning of the universe, a team of astronomers have found the most ancient and distant galaxy yet. The newly discovered formation is a stunning 13.1 billion light years away from the Earth.

An Exoplanetary Milestone

An Exoplanetary Milestone

Astronomers searching for worlds beyond the Earth celebrated a milestone on Tuesday as the number of observed exoplanets now numbers over 1,000.

Knapp's News 10/20/13

Knapp's News 10/20/13

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including an article about how the US military could build a 'Terminator' robot.

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