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Venezuela Says CNN Can Stay, A Day After Saying ‘Get Out’ Feb 22, 2014  Jack Flash (CNN) -- Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro told a CNN reporting team Friday that it could continue reporting in the South American country, a day after the government revoked or denied press credentials for CNN journalists. Earlier, Maduro had said he would expel CNN if it did not "rectify" its coverage of anti-government protests. During a news ...

Venezuela Says CNN Can Stay, A Day After Saying ‘Get Out’ Feb 22, 2014 Jack Flash (CNN) -- Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro told a CNN reporting team Friday that it could continue reporting in the South American country, a day after the government revoked or denied press credentials for CNN journalists. Earlier, Maduro had said he would expel CNN if it did not "rectify" its coverage of anti-government protests. During a news ...

EBOLA: NO WORRIES, GOVERNMENT WILL SAVE YOU Government is a predatory beast that preys on the real producers in society  ARTICLE and VIDEOS

EBOLA: NO WORRIES, GOVERNMENT WILL SAVE YOU Government is a predatory beast that preys on the real producers in society ARTICLE and VIDEOS

The new Google Glass update lets users take pictures by winking.

Google Glass: I’m Not Winking at You, Just Taking Your Picture

The moon turned blood red on April 15, 2014 during a total lunar eclipse visible from most of North America, South America, Hawaii and parts of Alaska. See amazing photos of the total lunar eclipse here. This View: The moon turns blood red in this 3:30 a.m. ET view of the total lunar eclipse on April 15, 2014 as seen by a telescope at the University of Arizona's Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter at Steward Observatory atop Mt. Lemmon, Arizona. [The Total Lunar Eclipse of April 15: Complete Coverage]

The moon turned blood red on April 15, 2014 during a total lunar eclipse visible from most of North America, South America, Hawaii and parts of Alaska. See amazing photos of the total lunar eclipse here. This View: The moon turns blood red in this 3:30 a.m. ET view of the total lunar eclipse on April 15, 2014 as seen by a telescope at the University of Arizona's Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter at Steward Observatory atop Mt. Lemmon, Arizona. [The Total Lunar Eclipse of April 15: Complete Coverage]

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