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02/19/2018
On February 20, 1962, NASA launched John Glenn on Friendship 7 to send the first American astronaut into orbit for the first time. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series.

02/16/2018
There’s a lot more going on beneath those spiny exteriors -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

02/13/2018
Warner Bros. Cyborg/Victor Stone is one of the founding members of the "Justice League." His character was introduced in Warner Bros.' "Batman v Superman" and will get his own movie in 2020. In an exclusive behind-the-scenes video shared with INSIDER, Cyborg actor Ray Fisher outlines how he trained to become the half man, half bot. "Physically, the training has been rigorous," says Fisher. The 30-year-old actor says says he was training about five days a week for about two hours a day. He estimates gaining about 20 pounds of muscle. "Justice League" is available now on digital HD and will be available on Blu-ray and DVD January 13. Watch the behind-the-scenes video below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/_L4WkqUw_bsWidth: 560pxHeight: 315pxNOW WATCH: Watch SpaceX launch a Tesla Roadster to Mars on the Falcon Heavy rocket — and why it mattersSee Also:Here's who we would cast in the upcoming 'Kim Possible' live-action movie'Fifty Shades' star Jamie Dornan demonstrates the right way to sensually take a woman's underwear offThe 'Fifty Shades Freed' star had a thong superglued to her for sex scenes

02/12/2018
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation/YouTube The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has funneled billions in funding toward improving US education and raising public high school graduation rates. In Bill and Melinda's annual letter, Bill writes that schools around the country are still "falling short on important metrics." The foundation's new strategy focuses on listening to teacher feedback, and funding programs that are specific to each community. On Tuesday, Bill and Melinda Gates published their annual letter. In it, the pair answers 10 questions that people often ask them. One question wonders what they "have to show" for the billions the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has spent on US education in the past decade.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: The coolest gadgets we saw at CES 2018See Also:Bill Gates thinks Trump's 'America First' stance is damaging to the worldThe hottest neighborhood in 25 US citiesA major California city could become the first to create its own bitcoin-inspired currency

02/12/2018
Skeleton is one of the most intense sports you'll find at the Winter Olympics, with athletes flying at up to 90 miles per hour down an icy track. American skeleton rider John Daly recently gave fans a first-hand look at what it feels like to fly down the mountain like a pro. Daly lost control of his sled in his final run at Sochi 2014, and will be looking for redemption and a medal at Pyeongchang. Skeleton is one of the most exhilarating and death-defying events of the Winter Olympics. Athletes sprint at full speed, leap onto their small sled headfirst, and tuck in to gather as much speed as they can as they fly down the icy track at breakneck speed.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: No one wants to host the Olympics anymore — will they go away?See Also:The 25 best photos of the Winter Olympics so farThe 17-year-old snowboarder who won gold for the US woke up late on the day of the event and had to borrow his roommate's jacketHere's why there are tiny green plants at the bottom of the ski jump hillSEE ALSO: Here are the gold-medal favorites for every single event at the Winter Olympics

02/12/2018
Lemonade Insurance provider Lemonade is a three-year-old startup that recently received $120 million in a funding round led by Japanese telecom giant Softbank. Lemonade is attempting to reinvent the homeowners and renters insurance model in the US by cutting out brokers, offering competitive rates, and using an AI-powered mobile app. Co-founder Daniel Schreiber sat down with Business Insider to chat about the key characteristic needed to break into a multi-billion dollar marketplace.   In the spring of 2015, Daniel Schreiber and Shai Wininger sat down in a cramped coworking space with a whiteboard and an unusual goal: to reinvent the homeowner and rental insurance industry, entirely from scratch.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This personal airbag could help protect the elderly from hip injuriesSee Also:Retailers GOAT and Flight Club merge into online sneaker shopping paradise, snag $60 million in new fundingAirbnb made $93 million in profit on $2.6 billion in revenue, but an internal clash sent the CFO out the doorAdults who went undercover at a high school found 7 things people don't realize about life for teenagers today

02/12/2018
Lemonade Insurance provider Lemonade is a three-year-old startup that recently received $120 million in a funding round led by Japanese telecom giant Softbank. Lemonade is attempting to reinvent the homeowners and renters insurance model in the US by cutting out brokers, offering competitive rates, and using an AI-powered mobile app. Co-founder Daniel Schreiber sat down with Business Insider to chat about the key characteristic needed to break into a multi-billion dollar marketplace.   In the spring of 2015, Daniel Schreiber and Shai Wininger sat down in a cramped coworking space with a whiteboard and an unusual goal: to reinvent the homeowner and rental insurance industry, entirely from scratch.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This personal airbag could help protect the elderly from hip injuriesSee Also:Adults who went undercover at a high school found 7 things people don't realize about life for teenagers todayRetailers GOAT and Flight Club merge into online sneaker shopping paradise, snag $60 million in new fundingAirbnb made $93 million in profit on $2.6 billion in revenue, but an internal clash sent the CFO out the door

02/11/2018
IBM Luis Hernandez Bermejo, FIT Fashion Design Major, Stefka De Ruiter, FIT Fashion Design Major, Grace McCarty, FIT Fashion Design Major, and Amy Taehwa Eun, FIT Fashion Design Major  Today’s young shoppers increasingly want personalized goods. According to an IBM study, 52% of Gen Z females would like to see tools that allow them to customize products for themselves.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:One of the best tech upgrades I've made to my car cost me less than $25South Korea spent over $1 billion on these mega-venues for the 2018 Winter Olympics — take a lookAn abandoned baseball stadium site is being turned into the largest wooden office tower in the US

02/11/2018
Scientists are probing deep beneath the ocean’s surface to learn how life on Earth began -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

02/11/2018
Matthew Stockman / Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty US figure skater Adam Rippon has been a fan-favorite at the Winter Olympics.  Although Rippon's Olympic performance was set to something similar to club music, he had a different song in mind at one point.  Prior to the Olympics, Rippon recorded his own cover of "Diamonds" by Rihanna.  He even performed the song at the NHK Trophy, the "grand prix" of figure skating. Watch Rippon perform the song below.    The Winter Olympics have only just begun, but Adam Rippon has already earned the gold medal in personality. The 28-year-old figure skater has been winning viewers over with his humor, honesty, and relatability. Case in point: his love for Rihanna. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's what might happen if North Korea launched a nuclear weaponSee Also:Sexual assault looms large over the 2018 Olympics — and it shows we have a long way to go to keep athletes safe14 of the most memorable outfits from the Winter Olympics opening ceremony1,200 security workers at the Olympics are being tested for a nasty virus

02/11/2018
BII The smartphone is an essential part of our everyday lives. But as with all technology, things change. So the question becomes: What will be the next smartphone?See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Facebook Watch may become more like YouTubePublishers turn away from Facebook Instant ArticlesSnapchat signals e-commerce ambitions

02/11/2018
Sundance Institute The Netflix documentary "Seeing Allred" gives viewers a look inside the life and career of attorney Gloria Allred. Filmmakers Roberta Grossman, Sophie Sartain, and executive producer Marta Kauffman told Business Insider how they worked in the #MeToo movement just before they had to hand the movie in. Women’s rights attorney Gloria Allred has spent a good chunk of her four-decade career getting in front of the camera. Her fight for women’s equality has often seen her in the spotlight, holding press conferences with her female clients who, over the years, have alleged sexual assault by some of the biggest names in entertainment, politics, sports, and business. But when filmmakers Roberta Grossman and Sophie Sartain approached Allred about making a documentary about her life and career, the media-savvy attorney wasn’t very interested.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A Georgetown professor explains how Martin Luther King Jr. 'has been severely whitewashed'See Also:A new Netflix documentary shows a side of Gloria Allred the public has never seen — and it took the filmmakers years for her to agree to do itThe 18 worst Netflix original movies of all time, according to criticsDisney thinks it has a big advantage in its coming war with Netflix — but Wall Street is split on whether it has the right battle strategySEE ALSO: "The Tale" is an explosive look at its director's experience with sexual abuse that has Sundance audiences buzzing

02/09/2018
YouTube / Team Coco Comedian Nicole Byer said she found poop on her in-flight blanket while flying first-class on Delta Air Lines. She said Delta told her it may have come from a disgruntled employee. Byer said she received 600 Delta Dollars, 50,000 miles, and a refund on her ticket after reporting the incident to the airline. Airlines put blankets in sealed, plastic bags to make it appear as if the blanket is new — or, at least, has been washed since its last use. But comedian Nicole Byer found out the hard way that isn't always true. During a recent appearance on "Conan," Byer told a story about a Delta Air Lines flight on which she allegedly found poop on her in-flight blanket. Byer tweeted about the incident in March 2017.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Expect Amazon to make a surprising acquisition in 2018, says CFRASee Also:Pilots reveal the things they notice on planes when they fly as passengers that you probably missTesla says Model 3 production is on track, but it's still a complete messTesla just calmed one of investors' biggest fears about the Model 3SEE ALSO: A Spirit passenger claims employees suggested she flush her emotional-support hamster down the toilet — and she did it

02/08/2018
DVIDS The US recently released a video of an A-10 Warthog utterly destroying a Taliban vehicle in Afghanistan.  The insurgents in the vehicle had just attacked Afghans with a DShK 12.7 mm heavy machine gun. Arguments about weapons systems tend to be circular and hard to win. The discussion about close air support, the retirement of the aging A-10 Thunderbolt II and the entry of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter along with the relevance of the recent Light Attack Experiment continue to swirl. But one thing that cannot be argued is the lethality and spectacle of the A-10’s GAU-8 Avenger 30mm, seven-barrel Gatling-type cannon.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A Georgetown professor explains how Martin Luther King Jr. 'has been severely whitewashed'See Also:A US Air Force B-52 Stratofortress dropped a record number of precision bombs on the TalibanThe US military still has the 'mother of all bombs' ready to use in Afghanistan — 'if we need it'What we know about the Russian Su-25 that was shot down over SyriaSEE ALSO: Insane video shows what it's like to get shot at by the A-10 Warthog's 30mm Gatling gun

02/08/2018
Getty Images Quentin Tarantino apologized Thursday for defending filmmaker Roman Polanski in a 2003 interview with Howard Stern, in which he said the 13-year-old girl with whom Polanski had unlawful sex "was down with it." Samantha Gailey, Polanski's victim, called Tarantino out after the interview resurfaced this week, saying of the director, "He was wrong. I bet he knows it." Tarantino reportedly called Gailey to apologize and issued a statement on the matter.   Quentin Tarantino apologized Thursday for comments he made in a 2003 interview on The Howard Stern Show, in which he defended filmmaker Roman Polanski — who in 1977 pleaded guilty to unlawful sex with a 13-year-old minor, Samantha Gailey.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: JIM ROSS: Here's who will take over WWE after Vince McMahonSee Also:Quentin Tarantino describes his 'confrontation' with Harvey Weinstein after alleged sexual assault of Uma ThurmanIn 2003, Quentin Tarantino defended Roman Polanski's statutory rape plea by saying the 13-year-old girl 'wanted to have it and dated the guy'Uma Thurman's brutal injury on the 'Kill Bill' set shows what happens when a director's power goes too far, according to a producerSEE ALSO: Uma Thurman's brutal injury on the 'Kill Bill' set shows what happens when a director's power goes too far, according to a producer

02/08/2018
Netflix On "The Late Show," comedian John Oliver told host Stephen Colbert that he wouldn't be surprised if Meghan Markle backed out of her wedding to Prince Harry at the last minute. Oliver suggested that she watch Netflix's "The Crown" to get an idea of what her life will be like in the British royal family. Oliver hopes Markle likes it, because it's "going to be weird."   John Oliver has a suggestion for American actress Meghan Markle, who is just a few months away from marrying into British royalty.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: What 'Dilly Dilly' means — and how Bud Light came up with its viral campaignSee Also:Amazon's 26 original TV shows, ranked from worst to bestNetflix's latest addictive drama is 'Babylon Berlin,' a decadent and dark crime series set in pre-Nazi GermanyNetflix's sci-fi epic 'Altered Carbon' has a great concept, but its compelling narrative gets lost in violence and overindulgenceSEE ALSO: Female stars of Netflix's 'Altered Carbon' defend its brutal violence against women: 'It's a real thing and not enough people talk about it'

02/07/2018
_ World Economic Forum/YouTube This post is part of Business Insider's ongoing series on Better Capitalism. Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance head Carlos Ghosn has been CEO for 17 years. He said the six-year average tenure of American CEOs is problematic and makes impossible long-term investments that lead to industry dominance. Carlos Ghosn, the head of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, has been CEO for the automotive conglomerate and its earlier incarnation since 2001. Meanwhile, the current average American CEO's tenure is six years.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Michael Posner on the ethical challenges facing social networks and businessesSee Also:10 must-have travel tech accessoriesHigh-profile investors like Jeff Bezos, Ray Dalio, and Meg Whitman are flocking to a $150 million fund nurturing startups in overlooked American citiesPepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi's long-term strategy put her job in jeopardy — but now the numbers are in, and the analysts who doubted her will have to eat their wordsSEE ALSO: At Davos, economists and execs say the strategies that led major corporations to world domination in the past won't work anymore

02/07/2018
Tyler Oakley/YouTuber Adam Rippon, a figure skater, will be representing the United States at Pyeongchang 2018.  The 28-year-old recently talked to YouTuber Tyler Oakley about being the first openly gay athlete to compete for the US in the Winter Olympics.  Rippon said as proud as he is of the title, he also finds it a little weird.  "It's 2018. It's so hard to think that I'm the first openly gay winter athlete." Rippon said it's important for him to be "open and share" who he is, because it gives kids someone to look up to.  Rippon also spoke to Oakley about the stereotypes associated with male figure skating and sexuality.  "It's such an eye roll. Like 'Of course you're gay — you're a figure skater.' Not everybody is gay in figure skating. Maybe I wouldn't be f------ single." Watch the full interview below.    Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/tJFk9dPdxO0Width: 800pxHeight: 450px Want more? Read all of our coverage of the Winter Olympics here. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: What 'Dilly Dilly' means — and how Bud Light came up with its viral campaignSee Also:The Olympic logo in Pyeongchang has a hidden meaning you probably didn't catch1,200 security workers at the Olympics are being tested for a nasty virusFigure skating and ice dancing are totally different Olympic events — here's how to tell them apart

02/07/2018
AP/Carolyn Kaster A new video features a gust of wind ruffled President Trump's carefully placed hair. The video seems to displace a flap of hair that covers a bald spot in the back of his head. This seems to confirm the theory Trump had an early hair transplant. Many have wondered, but nobody knows what exactly is going on with Trump's hair. We're now closer to the truth than ever, thanks to a new video.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A Georgetown professor explains how Martin Luther King Jr. 'has been severely whitewashed'See Also:Here's a timeline of Trump and his team's efforts to curtail the Russia investigationEven after recusing himself from the House Russia investigation, Devin Nunes has still managed to throw it into a tailspinThe director of the FBI seems prepared to publicly dispute the Nunes memo once it is releasedSEE ALSO: The White House doctor says Trump needs to fix his unhealthy diet and lose weight — and after eating like the president for a week, I completely agree

02/07/2018
Netflix; Getty Quincy Jones said in an interview with Vulture that Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen can sing and play guitar "just like" rock legend Jimi Hendrix. Jones also called The Beatles "the worst musicians in the world."   Legendary producer Quincy Jones unleashed an avalanche of wild answers in an interview with Vulture on Wednesday, including the revelation that he once dated Ivanka Trump.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: What 'Dilly Dilly' means — and how Bud Light came up with its viral campaignSee Also:84-year-old music legend Quincy Jones says he used to date Ivanka Trump — and that Tommy Hilfiger set them upFormer SpaceX worker reveals 7 outrageous perks Elon Musk gives employeesThe Temptations lead singer Dennis Edwards dead at 74SEE ALSO: 84-year-old music legend Quincy Jones says he used to date Ivanka Trump — and that Tommy Hilfiger set them up


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