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Possible Al Qaeda Threat Leads to Closure of Multiple U.S. Embassies, Travel Warning

The U.S. State Department issued a worldwide travel warning Friday morning for Americans, as a result of possible threats from Al Qaeda. It will also temporarily close multiple consulates and embassies in countries located in the Middle East and North Africa starting Sunday, August 4.

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Watch Heart-Pounding Footage of Two-Day-Old Being Saved from Inside a Sewage Pipe

An absolutely horrific scene had a happy ending for one baby over the weekend.

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Not Just For Eating Anymore, Japanese Man Uses Chopsticks for Pickpocketing!

Besides eating, and occasionally mixing food when cooking, now another use for those frustrating pieces of wood!

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Apartment Found Untouched for 70 Years! Woman Fled Nazis, Never Returned

Seven decades ago, a woman abandoned her apartment in Paris to flee the Nazis. She lived to be 91, yet she never returned. The apartment was recently discovered, and no one had set a foot through that door since she left! Completely untouched and full of dust, this home is like taking a glance through a time machine!

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YouTube Is Shutting Down Relaunch Scheduled for 2023

 

 

YouTube announced that after midnight tonight, they will no longer accept video uploads. They claim a winning video will be selected and featured when they relaunch in 2023. Watch this video to find out more! Is this an April Fools prank?!

 

 

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Solar-Powered Airplane Making Trip from California to New York Without One Drop of Fuel

Solar Impulse is the most advanced solar-powered plane in the world. It is scheduled to make a trip across the United States this summer.

The plane will leave the California NASA Ames Research Center in May and make New York’

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Surprised by Today’s Facebook Fad? Here’s What Two Pink Lines on a Red Background Mean

I saw a few people -- including George Takei -- add a red and pink logo to Facebook, which I found out to be a new version of the logo that represents the Human Rights Campaign.

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Tuition Assistance Reinstated for Military

The military tuition assistance program was shut down earlier this month due to sequestration budget cuts, but congress has now agreed to reinstate the funding for the program.

The tuition assistance program provides up to $4,500 per year for service members working toward a college degree

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New PNNL Technology Can ‘Sniff’ Bombs

The Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has developed a new process to detect explosives.

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PNNL Research Says BPA May Be Safer Than We Were Led to Believe

Ten years ago we were told BPA -- bisphenol A (the stuff in Nalgene bottles) -- was a component to be feared. Manufacturers now market "BPA free" products. New research from a lab at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is suggesting it might have been a lot of fuss for nothing.

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