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This Is How Much the U.S. Government Reimbursed Buzz Aldrin for His ‘Business Trip’ To the Moon

We can all finally stop #TBT-ing. Buzz Aldrin has won.

Last Thursday, the former astronaut tweeted a picture of his travel voucher from the Apollo 11 mission in July 1969 with the caption: “#TBT My mission director @Buzzs_xtina’s favorite piece of my memorabilia. 164 more words

Report: Two suspects sought for shooting at soldiers at Camp Shelby in Mississippi; Truck located; Update: Only one suspect, different truck

BREAKING: Gunshots @ soldiers @ Camp Shelby. Cops looking for 2 white men in red truck w/words Broken Arrow across the top of the windshield…

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Has China's anti-graft campaign reached Shaolin's Kung Fu temple?

Has the iPhone-touting, laptop-savvy MBA grad who runs the ‘Kung Fu’ temple at Shaolin become the latest victim of China’s anti-corruption drive?

Speculation over the fate of Shi Yongxin, who has turned China’s most famous temple into a multi-million dollar brand in his 16 years as abbot, has intensified since he failed to make a scheduled appearance at an international meeting of Buddhists in Thailand, according to… 433 more words


Battery Attributes Can Be Used To Track Web Users

A team of European security researchers has published a paper analyzing how the battery life of mobile devices could be used to track web browsing habits of Firefox users on Linux, using the HTML5 Battery Status API (via… 852 more words


Obama's final emissions rule sets up a fight with states, GOP

Fewer emissions long-term, more hot air in the short term. That’s the likely consequence of President Barack Obama’s final rule on cutting carbon emissions from U.S. 613 more words


Mollie Hemingway named 2015 Blogger of the Year on NewsBusters' 10th anniversary

NewsBusters, the essential new media offshoot of the Media Research Center, this month is celebrating 10 years of exposing and combating liberal bias in the media. 148 more words


The Butcher reblogged this on pundit from another planet and commented:

Go Mollie!

India Blocks Adult Websites In Sweeping Censorship

The India government is under fire for a sweeping censorship move blocking hundreds of adult websites as a social nuisance. A total of 87 websites were blocked — denying millions of adults the right to choose their own associations and entertainment. 515 more words