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Lawyer: Rioter 'Accepted the President's…

Jacob Chansley, a costumed rioter facing federal charges after storming the Capitol last week, wasn't doing anything but "putting faith in our president and obeying law enforcement present," his lawyer said. So Al Watkins wants President Trump to pardon his client. "Mr. Chansley is an American; he served honorably in...

Boy reported dead at sea in attempt to reach…

Spanish rescuers have safely brought more than 30 migrants safely to the Canary Islands, but not in time to save one child who reportedly died at sea

Cleftie puppy deemed undesirable now living his…

Cleftie puppy deemed undesirable now living his best life

Liam Neeson Says He’s Done Starring in Action…

Liam Neeson Says He’s Done Starring in Action Movies. Oscar nominee Liam Neeson thinks he’s getting too old for his signature vigilante roles. In an interview with ‘Entertainment Tonight,’ Neeson revealed that he plans on retiring from action movies after this year. Oh, yeah. I think so. I'm 68 and a half. 69 this [June] … There's a couple more I'm going to do this year - hopefully, COVID allowing us - there's a couple in the pipeline and, then I think that will probably be it, Liam Neeson, to 'Entertainment Tonight'. He jokingly followed up by saying that although he loves “beating up guys half [his] age,” he’s going to need a walker if he continues. . Neeson’s revelation about his age apparently occurred while he was on the set of his next movie, ‘Blacklight.’ . While filming a fight scene for the flick, Neeson realized how exhausted he was compared to his younger co-star. . I had a fight scene with a kid -- lovely, sweet actor called Taylor -- and halfway through the fight I looked up, I was breathless and it didn't cost him a cent, and I said, 'Taylor, what age are you?' He said, '25.', Liam Neeson, to 'Entertainment Tonight'. In 2020, Neeson also confessed to ‘Entertainment Tonight’ that he didn’t want to return to the superhero genre. . Although he “admire[s]” superhero films, Neeson ultimately found it “exhausting.” . I have no desire to go into the gym for three hours every day to pump myself up to squeeze into a Velcro suit with a cape, Liam Neeson, to 'Entertainment Tonight'

This Man Owns the Most Farmland in the US

When you hear the name Bill Gates, what comes to mind? Microsoft. Billionaire. Philanthropist. How about farmer? Gates has amassed 242,000 acres of farmland across 18 states, Forbes reports, making him the top private farmland owner in the US. Some of his largest holdings include 69,071 acres in...

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Coating the city in snow

On Jan. 16, the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, received a snowstorm which covered the city in a white blanket.

Music

Trailer for 'Music' starring Maddie Ziegler, Tig Notaro, Hector Elizondo, Brandon Soo Hoo, Chris Silcox

Director's Death Leaves Lifelong Project in Limbo

So what happens in 2026? That's the big question left in the wake of the death of director Michael Apted , best known for his ongoing Up series of documentaries . If you're unfamiliar, just know that it's "the greatest documentary television series of the last century," writes Alissa Quart at the...

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Prosecutor: Capitol Rioter Planned to 'Take…

A retired Air Force officer who was part of the mob that stormed the US Capitol on Jan. 6 and was photographed holding zip-tie handcuffs on the Senate floor planned to capture lawmakers, a federal prosecutor said. “He means to take hostages. He means to kidnap, restrain, perhaps try, perhaps...

Tennell, Karen Chen selected for US team for…

National champion Bradie Tennell and third-place finisher Karen Chen have been selected by U.S. Figure Skating for the world championships team

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Scientists spot electric eels zapping prey in…

Scientists spot electric eels zapping prey in packs

This Day in History: The Persian Gulf War Begins…

This Day in History:, The Persian Gulf War Begins. January 16, 1991. The UN midnight deadline for the Iraqi withdrawal from Kuwait expired, leading to the commencement of Operation Desert Storm. Beginning at 4:30 p.m. EST, aircraft from the U.S.-led military coalition pounded targets in and around Baghdad. During the next six weeks, the allied force engaged in an air war against Iraq’s military and civil infrastructure. On February 24, a massive coalition ground offensive began, quickly overwhelming Iraq’s outdated and poorly supplied armed forces. On February 28, President George H.W. Bush declared a cease-fire. 125 American and an estimated 20,000 Iraqi soldiers were killed in the Persian Gulf War

MyPillow CEO Visits WH, Brings Notes Hinting at…

The MyPillow guy hinting at martial law? That's apparently how it looked after a visit by Mike Lindell to the White House on Friday, when a Washington Post photographer caught a shot of the CEO's notes as he entered the West Wing. Jabin Botsford was the one who snapped the...

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Snow backs down, but leaves landscape coated

There was some fairly heavy snowfall in Plattsburgh, New York, on the morning of Jan. 16. A blanket of snow was left over the landscape, ice drifting in the Saranac River.

Volcanic UFO Mysteries

Trailer for 'Volcanic UFO Mysteries' starring Stephen Bassett, Jaime Maussan

HHS Secretary Notes Capitol Riot in Resignation…

As the US presidency changes hands on Wednesday, one of the Trump administration's remaining Cabinet members will officially remove his own name from the payroll. CNN reports that on Tuesday, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar submitted his letter of resignation to President Trump, and while he listed the...

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Mourners Honor Chuck Yeager, 'Who Pushed the…

Mourners including the vice president told stories Friday about one of the nation's most celebrated aviators, retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Chuck Yeager, an ace fighter pilot who went on to break the sound barrier as a test pilot. Yeager died last month at 97. "The best pilots are the...

March for Life asks its supporters to stay home…

Organizers of the March for Life are asking their supporters nationwide not to gather in Washington this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic and political unrest

There's something fishy about this robot swarm

Many fish species gather by the thousands and swim in harmony with seemingly no effort. Large schools display a range of impressive collective behaviors, from simple shoaling to collective migration and from basic predator evasion to dynamic maneuvers such as bait balls and flash expansion. A wealth of experimental and theoretical work has shown that these complex three-dimensional (3D) behaviors can arise from visual observations of nearby neighbors, without explicit communication. By contrast, most underwater robot collectives rely on centralized, above-water, explicit communication and, as a result, exhibit limited coordination complexity. Researchers are now demonstrating 3D collective behaviors with a swarm of fish-inspired miniature underwater robots that use only implicit communication mediated through the production and sensing of blue light.