U.S. Space Force/Star Fleet Command logos


New U.S. Space Force Logo: Star Trek-Like?

Or did Star Trek get its idea from NASA?

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Senators on the Senate Floor during the impeachment trial

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Defense Resumes In Key Impeachment Week; Dems Seek Witnesses

Senators will vote whether to consider new witnesses and evidence after the Q&A time is elapsed.

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Nita Tirado, a participant in CWJC of Rusk County, Texas and son


Christian Women's Job Corps: Helping Discover Your True Worth

Opportunities include English as second language, citizenship, money management, healthy relationships, computer proficiency, and Bible wisdom.

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Combo photo of Christian McCaffrey as well as Sgt Maj Leiva

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Christian McCaffrey Gifts Decorated Marine 2 Tickets To Super Bowl

McCaffrey teamed up with USAA and the Marine Corps Association & Foundation to award Sgt. Maj. Luis Leiva two tickets to the game in Miami. (WSOC)

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Hitmaker Timbaland Says ‘God Has Me Under Construction’ After Overcoming Drug Addiction

Award-winning music producer Timothy Zachary Mosley, known professionally as Timbaland, has had a successful career since the '90s, but is now shedding light on the toll his professional career has had on his life and how God has been reconstructing him. (Christian Post)

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Explosion in Houston

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Update: Warehouse Explosion Shakes Houston

Texas is home to the highest concentration of oil refineries in the nation

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Co-directors Jim LeBrecht, left, and Nicole Newnham join one of the subjects, Judith Heumann, from the documentary "Crip Camp" to pose for a portrait during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival on Friday, Jan. 24, 2020, in Park City, Utah.

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Disability-rights Movement Takes Spotlight At Sundance

“Crip Camp” unfolds as a broader chronicle of a decadeslong fight for civil rights that has received less attention than other 20th century struggles for equity.

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Swarms of desert locusts fly up into the air from crops in Katitika village, Kitui county, Kenya Friday, Jan. 24, 2020. Desert locusts have swarmed into Kenya by the hundreds of millions from Somalia and Ethiopia, countries that haven't seen such numbers in a quarter-century, destroying farmland and threatening an already vulnerable region.

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'This Is Huge': Locust Swarms Destroy Crops In East Africa

Even a small swarm of the insects can consume enough food for 35,000 people in a single day

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Passengers from United flight UA850 direct from Beijing arrive at Terminal 5 at O'Hare International Airport, Friday, Jan. 24, 2020 in Chicago. A Chicago woman has become the second U.S. patient diagnosed with the dangerous new virus from China, health officials announced Friday.


Wuhan Bans Cars, Hong Kong Closes Schools As Virus Spreads

It is not clear how lethal the new coronavirus is, or even whether it is as dangerous as the ordinary flu

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Guests at a science-themed hotel in Chicago have fun with this futuristic amenity!


Techie Hotel EMC2 Uses Robots To Deliver Room Service

Guests at a science-themed hotel in Chicago are having fun with this futuristic amenity! If you love droids, you may wanna book a stay at Hotel EMC2 in the Windy City, where robots named Leo and Cleo seamlessly navigate the hotel hallways and elevators to get guests what they want.

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Source: abc7chicago.com