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From Education Mar 09, 2012

London Pictures Portrays New Face of London Featuring Murder and Money [PHOTOS]

'London Pictures' Portrays a New Face of London Featuring "Murder" and "Money"

From Education Jan 28, 2012

‘Homeland’ Actress Claire Danes Honored as Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year [WACKY PHOTOS]

"Homeland" actress Claire Danes received a very high honor on Thursday: She was awarded Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year title in a wacky ceremony with all the pomp and hilarity you'd expect.

From Politics & Policy Dec 08, 2011

'Apple Campus 2 Project:' Updated Plans for 'Spaceship' in Cupertino City [PHOTOS]

The updated plans of the "Apple Campus 2 Project" were posted to the City of Cupertino website. The new plans include jogging paths, changes to the fitness center and a new roof made from dark-grey material.

From Education Dec 03, 2011

'Sesame Street' Makes Its Way to Afghanistan [PHOTOS]

"Sesame Street" has made its way to Afghanistan. Television executives in the country are hoping that the show -- which enjoys popularity around the world -- will help educate its young population.

From Education Sep 19, 2011

2000-Year-Old Nazca Lines in Human, Animal Forms: Did We Have Sky Visitors in the Past? (Photos)

Nazca Lines, the most outstanding group of geoglyphs in the world are one of the mysteries to which man has still not found answer. Imprinted on the surface of the desert pampa sand are about 300 hundred figures made of straight lines, geometric shapes and pictures of animals and birds - and their patterns are only clearly visible from the air.

From Education Jul 31, 2011

Rare Photos of New Species Discovered in New Guinea (PHOTOS)

A report from the conservation organization WWF said that some 1,060 new species have been found on or near the island of New Guinea between 1998 and 2008.

From Education Jul 07, 2011

Spectacular Images and Sounds of Big Saturn Storm captured by NASA Spacecraft (PHOTOS)

Data analysis of NASA's Cassini spacecraft by scientists has revealed the first-ever, up-close details of a Saturn storm that is eight times the surface area of Earth, NASA's official website said.

From Education Jun 30, 2011

Sunrise on the Moon (PHOTO)

A dramatic sunrise view of the moon's Tycho crater

From Politics & Policy Jun 22, 2011

Michelle Obama & Family in South Africa: The Latest Photos

On Monday June 20th, First Lady Michelle Obama began her first official state visit to Africa. Accompanied by her family, sans her husband U.S. President Barack Obama, Michelle hopes to use this trip to strengthen diplomatic relations between the United States and Africa.

From Education Apr 26, 2011

Prince William, Kate Middleton return to “St. Andrews” -- where their romance all began [PHOTOS]

Kate came in vibrant red as she visited the place where she found her prince almost a decade ago. She walked hand in hand with the future King, in many corners of the university in a small town of Fife, Scotland.

From Education Apr 22, 2011

Schools re-open in resilient Japan despite quake, tsunami devastation [PHOTOS]

After a mere 13 day delay, Japan re-opened schools in the tsunami-hit regions proving the country's resilience despite the widespread devastation caused by the 9.0-magnitude earthquake and an ensuing tsunami that hit the country's Pacific Coast on March 11.

From Politics & Policy Apr 21, 2011

ISRO successfully launches three satellites (PHOTOS)

The Indian Space Resource Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) C16, carrying the remote sensing satellite Resourcesat-2 and two auxiliary satellites, from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre Wednesday morning.

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