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Bolden Committs to Duke

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Five-star center Marques Bolden from Dallas, Texas has committed to the Duke Blue Devils NCAA men’s basketball program after recently narrowing down his top 2 choices to Duke and Kentucky. 107 more words


Scenes from Chicago: Cats in McDonald's practices

Kentucky’s four McDonald’s All-Americans – point guard De’Aaron Fox, shooting guard Malik Monk and forwards Edrice “Bama” Adebayo and Sacha Killeya-Jones – have all looked good in two days of practices for Wednesday night’s game here in Chicago. 444 more words

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NASA's Mission? Well, That's an Easy One, Right?

Okay, okay. Well – most of us in the space business thought that NASA’s mission was well understood, at least within NASA. Most of us actually thought that we did a lousy job of communicating to the taxpayers across the country what the mission is and why it is important. 926 more words

NASA's Journey to Mars

On October 8th, NASA released an official plan for human exploration and the colonization of Mars. The strategy for the Journey to Mars has three phases; Earth Reliant, Proving Ground, and Earth Independent. 1,237 more words


A Manned Mission to Mars Is Closer to Reality Than Ever: NASA Chief

NASA is closer to putting boots on Mars than it’s ever been before, the space agency’s chief says.

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, a former space shuttle commander, said he envisioned becoming the first person to explore Mars when he checked in for astronaut training at Houston’s Johnson Space Center in 1980. 487 more words


Ferguson Mayor Thanks Protesters for Helping Jamyla Bolden Case

FERGUSON, Mo. (KMOX) – Ferguson Mayor James Knowles says the city’s new community policing model works, and the arrest of 9-year-old Jamyla Bolden’s shooter is an example how. 154 more words


Ethical Issue:Consideration on the use of offensive image

As journalists, only writing about stuff is not sufficient to tell the whole news to readers, photo is another key element of a good story. But making decisions about whether to run certain photograph or not sometimes could be tougher compared with making decisions on content. 301 more words

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