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Sen. Kirk climbs Willis Tower stairs and questions stroke recovery laws

Sen. Kirk climbs Willis Tower stairs and questions stroke recovery laws

Before starting to climb the stairs of U. S. the Willis Tower, Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) said that there are no definite laws on the rehabilitation and care provided to care for stroke survivors.

Solar eclipse seen in America and Africa

Solar eclipse seen in America and Africa

An extraordinary sun based obscuration is, no doubt watched crosswise over Africa, Europe and the US.

George Thornton dies at 84, he gained fame for exploding whale

George Thornton dies at 84, he gained fame for exploding whale

An Oregon interstate designer who exploded a dead stranded whale with a half-ton of explosive in 1970 has expired at the age of 84.

Next space station launch at Times Square

Next space station launch at Times Square

Need to watch the following International Space Station start however don't have a (huge) wide screen television? You may need to jump on over to New York's Times Square.

Remains of male whale being investigated by Fla. scientists

Remains of male whale being investigated by Fla. scientists

A necropsy for a starved sperm whale that washed up itself in the shallow waters close John's Pass is occurring Friday, a day after veterinarians needed to euthanize it.

America's once-abundant Tallgrass Prairies can be restored by microbes

America's once-abundant Tallgrass Prairies can be restored by microbes

America's once copious tallgrass prairies that once secured 150 million sections of land have quickly vanished, they were once home to free-running buffalo and held several grass species.

Homeless veterans assisted at annual event

Homeless veterans assisted at annual event

There are a huge number of homeless veterans in America, and here and there we may overlook exactly what number of them are right here in Utah.

Percentage of Premature Babies Born in United States Fell for Sixth Straight Year

Percentage of Premature Babies Born in United States Fell for Sixth Straight Yea

As per an annual report card released on Friday, the percentage of premature births in the US fell down for the sixth consecutive year.

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Researchers find a Way to Discover Sun’s Siblings

A new research has unveiled that the stars of same cluster, which were born together and isolated instantly form a cluster, have same characteristics. The study may help scientists in discovering the Sun's long-lost siblings even if they are present at other side of the galaxy.

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