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NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Gwyneth Paltrow is getting candid about her upcoming milestone — turning 50 — as well as her daughter’s latest milestone, starting college.During an interview with CBS Sunday Morning, Paltrow was asked by the show’s host Tracy Smith how she feels about her daughter Apple, 18, heading off to college.”I know this sounds nuts, but it feels almost as profound as giving birth,” she said. The Goop founder did not share any details on what school her daughter will be attending or what she is planning on studying.Paltrow discussed her co-parenting relationship with…

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Has Queen Nefertiti’s mummy, one of ancient Egypt’s most celebrated New Kingdom rulers, finally been found? According to the world’s most famous Egyptologist, the answer to this question is “ yes,” and within a few short weeks he expects DNA testing to confirm this assertion. Dr. Zahi Hawass, the former Minister of Egyptian Antiquities and the face of Egyptian archaeology in the eyes of the general public, was in Madrid earlier this month speaking at a conference organized in association with the ongoing Daughters of the Nile exhibition at the Palacio de las Alhajas. During an interview with the newspaper…

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In one of the biographies/memoirs about James Dean, there was a passing reference to a stage show that purported to call up James Dean’s ghost. I found a 1957 advertisement for this show, and it is so much weirder and more Gothically bizarre than the brief reference deigned to indicate. Take a look at this:Now that is an absolutely bonkers show full of dancing skeletons, horror-movie reenactments, and the standard spiritualist nonsense that so-called mediums continue to deploy today. But that advertisement! It’s like William Castle and TMZ had some unholy love child. The late 1950s saw dozens of so-called…

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NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Critics slammed Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, for appearing in a photo with the American Federation of Teachers union president Randi Weingarten on Saturday. Ryan is running against Republican J.D. Vance for Senate Ohio and Weingarten posted with Ryan after appearing with the Ohio Democrats’ Family Reunion event to talk about education. “While they attack our institutions and smear us and the work we do, the people in this room are rolling up our sleeves to help people. And the way we help people isn’t through hate, division, or political attacks – it’s by leaning…

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Archaeologists working at the pre-Inca Pampa La Cruz site in Peru have found even more evidence of Chimu child sacrifice practices. The sacrificial remains of 76 more children have been discovered at the site, located in the remote Huanchaco district about 190 miles (305 kilometers) north of Lima. The Pampa La Cruz site is a large, pre-Inca Chimu culture archaeological dig that has yielded many child sacrifices, adult graves, and countless artifacts. The first mass child sacrifice graves discovered at this site have led to many more. In fact, child sacrifice seems to have been somewhat of a routine practice…

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Major General Daniel L. Simpson  Welcome! Our team works diligently to keep partners and stakeholders informed on key air domain intelligence efforts. We developed this site as a resource hub featuring background on NIM-Aviation and up-to-date informative unclassified intelligence and products.   We particularly welcome all existing and future partners whose collaborations continue to strengthen our global air domain. As our team continues to grow we encourage you all to visit our site frequently to learn more about our role in integrating intelligence to safeguard the global air community.   Source link

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Space & Astronomy By T.K. RandallSeptember 26, 2022 ·  22 commentsThings have not gone according to plan. Image Credit: NASA / Joel Kowsky The first launch of NASA’s flagship Artemis program has been plagued by technical issues and delays. In the run-up to August 29th, excitement surrounding the launch of Artemis I – the first step in NASA’s plans to return humans to the Moon – had reached fever pitch.On the day itself, however, a faulty sensor reading caused the launch to be scrubbed and the date was pushed back to the next window of September 3rd.Unfortunately, this second attempt…

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NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! New York City police say a group of masked men gunned down a 17-year-old male in the Bronx. The group of five suspects wearing ski masks and dark clothing approached the teen at approximately 6:15 p.m. on Sunday near Beekman Ave. near E. 141st St. in Mott Haven on Sunday, according to the New York City Police Department. They opened fire, striking the victim in the chest, police said. The 17-year-old was rushed to Lincoln Hospital, where he was pronounced deceased. Authorities said the suspects fled the scene westbound on nearby Oak Terrace. No arrests…

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Archaeology & History By T.K. RandallSeptember 26, 2022 ·  0 commentsWhat secrets lie within Tutankhamun’s tomb ? Image Credit: CC BY 2.0 Steve Evans Nicholas Reeves still believes that the entrance to Nefertiti’s tomb lies somewhere within King Tut’s burial chamber. The search for a hidden room within the tomb of King Tutankhamun began back in 2015 when British archaeologist Nicholas Reeves discovered what he believed to be the outline of at least one hidden door built into the walls of the tomb’s interior – an entrance to what could even be the long-lost burial chamber of Queen Nefertiti -…

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