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02/01/2018
On February 2, 1967, the U.S. Air Force launched a top-secret surveillance satellite called Keyhole 7-36. See how it happened in our On This Day In Space video series.

02/01/2018
Mario Tama/Getty Images After evolving about 200,000 years ago in Africa, humans quickly spread around the world. Population growth dramatically sped up after the invention of agriculture, and then sped up even more after the Industrial Revolution. Imagine that for every million people on Earth, there was a single dot on a map. In total, that would be about 7,600 dots – representing today’s global population of 7.6 billion.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:10 must-have tech accessories under $10The 50 best TV show seasons of all time, according to critics'Seeing someone cry at work is becoming normal': Employees say Whole Foods is using 'scorecards' to punish themSEE ALSO: How today's tech giants compare to the massive companies of empires past

02/01/2018
The Russian Defense Ministry warned the US military on Thursday to either stop flying near its borders or to "agree on their rules."  The statement was in response to the US Navy alleging that a Russian Su-27 came within five feet of an American spy plane on Monday over the Black Sea. Moscow also called out the US commander of the 67th Task Force of the 6th Fleet, and said that NATO planes have maneuvered in similar ways, but Russian crews don't care.  The Russian Defense Ministry warned the US military on Thursday to either stop flying near its borders or to "agree on their rules," according to state-owned media TASS. "If the realization of this fact by American pilots causes depression and phobias, we recommend that the American side either exclude flying near Russian borders in the future or return to the negotiations table and agree on a set of rules for such flights," the Russian Defense Ministry also said, according to RT.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how easy it is for the US president to launch a nuclear weaponSee Also:A US official claims a Russian fighter flew within '10 feet' of a US spy planeNATO jet approaches Russian defence minister's planeA Russian military jet flew within 5 feet of a US Navy planeSEE ALSO: The US Navy released a lot more video of the Russian fighter jet that intercepted its spy plane from 5 feet away — and it shows just how close the Russian got

02/01/2018
Netflix, AP Netflix released a new "The Crown" featurette about the Kennedys visiting Buckingham Palace in 1961. Jackie Kennedy was called "the Queen of America" by the press. In "The Crown," Queen Elizabeth seems less than thrilled about it. The featurette intersperses real footage of their visit with clips from the show's portrayal of events. Watch the full video below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/-6PpblrluRIWidth: 800pxHeight: 600pxNOW WATCH: Meet Meghan Markle, the American actress who's about to become British royaltySee Also:These portraits show how the British royal family has changed through the yearsPrince William and Kate Middleton are on a royal tour of Sweden and Norway — here are the best photos from their trip so farQueen Elizabeth has made more than $9 million thanks to horseracing

01/31/2018
CBS/YouTube President Trump's first State of the Union on Tuesday didn't help calm down the rumors that the president and first lady, Melania Trump, are at a rocky moment in their marriage.  First there was the story that came out alleging Trump's lawyer paid porn star Stormy Daniels $130,000 before the 2016 presidential race so she would stay quiet about their alleged sexual encounter in 2006. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how the map of the United States has changed in 200 yearsSee Also:Stephen Colbert ripped Trump's first State of the Union speech in a live broadcast: 'Better luck next year''SNL' addressed the controversy surrounding the Aziz Ansari sexual-misconduct allegation in a darkly funny skitHillary Clinton read an excerpt of 'Fire and Fury' in a Grammys skit mocking Trump, and Nikki Haley was furious about it

01/31/2018
AP Photo/Bernhard Grossruck Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Switzerland will become the first university in Switzerland to offer a degree in yodeling. The university's website says studies will begin in the 2018/2019 academic year. Yodeling is a form of singing that involves rapid changes in pitch. The art of yodelling has seen a popular resurgence in Switzerland. The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Switzerland is trying to preserve the ancient art of yodelling. The university will become the first in Switzerland to offer a three-year bachelor's degree and a two-year master's degree on the techniques and history of yodelling.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: JIM ROSS: Here's who will take over WWE after Vince McMahonSee Also:9 must-have tech gadgets under $100Former US intelligence chief reveals North Korea's 'kryptonite' — and it could topple Kim Jong Un without a shotAmazon's store brand makes a lot of great tech, but these are the 12 gadgets actually worth buying

01/31/2018
The New York Times / YouTube A powerful new commercial from the New York Times highlights the effects reporting can have on the real world by highlighting the paper's coverage of concussions. The minimalist ad uses headlines to tell the story of Junior Seau, from his rookie year to his tragic suicide, and concludes on the NFL's changing of the concussion protocol. The ad comes just days before the biggest day for both football and commercials of the year — Super Bowl Sunday. A new commercial from the New York Times aims to highlight the power of reporting by reminding its audience of the progress that has been made in the NFL with regard to how the league treats concussions now that the effects of CTE are more widely known. With a minimalist layout that's reminiscent of previous ads from the Times' "The Truth is Hard" campaign, the ad begins by showing headlines that highlight the start of Junior Seau's career, soundtracked by a cheering crowd. The ad flips through headlines as Seau continues his career, making a Super Bowl and coming back from injury for his 18th season.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: REGGIE BUSH: Here's why the NCAA should pay college football playersSee Also:Eagles defensive end Chris Long donated his entire 2017 salary to education charitiesWHERE ARE THEY NOW? The 6 quarterbacks taken before Tom Brady in the 2000 NFL DraftThe man responsible for creating over 400 Super Bowl prop bets explains how they are picked and why they are so popularSEE ALSO: Here's how newspapers in Minnesota and Louisiana reacted to the Vikings miracle win

01/31/2018
An image-recognition smartphone app uses AI to help farmers in sub-Saharan Africa identify up to five different diseases -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

01/31/2018
Squarespace Squarespace and Keanu Reeves teamed up for an epic 2018 Super Bowl commercial. The ad features Reeves surfing a motorcycle down a desert highway. And yes — he really pulled off that stunt on his own.  The ad is set to an '80s song called "Adventures in Success" by Will Powers. Reeves co-founded his own motorcycle company, Arch Motorcycle, six years ago. The movie star is a Squarespace customer, and  manages the Arch Motorcycle website. "There's something about Squarespace that's really accessible yet sophisticated," Reeves said in a press release. "The design and functionality share a similar ethos to Arch Motorcycle. When I was approached to make this commercial, we were already using the platform, which makes it a really organic fit." Watch the ad that will play during the coming Super Bowl below. You can also watch two other extended Squarespace commercials. The video feature Reeves's iconic deadpan comedic timing and fun visuals of him making s'mores and throwing his laptop into a bonfire. Here's the 40-second Super Bowl commercial: Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/W3FH1scDhfAWidth: 854pxHeight: 480px And here are two longer Squarespace ads featuring Reeves and Arch Motorcycle: Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/WqnhN2RzaqcWidth: 854pxHeight: 480pxYoutube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/ALsdXAGBE-Q?list=PLtF-ZfyeXJcdtOetPCTe0IYpMzJGsOXWCWidth: 854pxHeight: 480px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox. NOW WATCH: An exercise scientist explains what everyone gets wrong about stretchingSee Also:Here's what happened last time Justin Timberlake performed at the Super Bowl — and why many are angry he'll perform againThis ad featuring 'Game of Thrones' star Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman facing off in an epic rap battle will get you excited for the Super BowlAmazon's store brand makes a lot of great tech, but these are the 12 gadgets actually worth buying

01/30/2018
Amazon/YouTube Amazon's voice assistant, Alexa, loses her voice in a new Super Bowl ad.  In the ad, Amazon brings in a few well-known replacements — including Cardi B and Anthony Hopkins — to fill in while Alexa recovers.  The ad will air during Super Bowl LII on Sunday.  Amazon's new Super Bowl ad envisions a world where Alexa loses her voice — and is replaced by some well-known voices.  The new ad — which was released on YouTube Wednesday — begins with Amazon's voice assistant, Alexa, losing her voice after seemingly getting a cold. Amazon is forced to bring in some temporary replacements, which include rapper Cardi B, reality TV chef Gordon Ramsay, and actors Rebel Wilson and Anthony Hopkins. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: These exoskeletons are making the world easier to navigateSee Also:Jeff Bezos stars in a new Super Bowl ad where Alexa loses her voiceAmazon has created a computing platform that will future-proof your homeSonos is offering two Alexa-powered speakers for the price of a single Apple HomePod, and it sounds like a great dealSEE ALSO: Bitmoji, Snapchat’s best feature, just got its first major update in years

01/30/2018
CBS Stephen Colbert ripped into Trump's first State of the Union in a live broadcast following the speech on Tuesday night. The "Late Show" host joked on a variety of topics including Trump's continued interest in "beautiful, clean coal."    Stephen Colbert's "Late Show" went live for the first time in nearly a year following President Trump's first State of the Union speech on Tuesday night.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: An exercise scientist reveals the exercise regime that will burn the most fatSee Also:Amazon's store brand makes a lot of great tech, but these are the 12 gadgets actually worth buyingA 21-year-old college student invested 80% of his summer paycheck in cryptocurrencies and made an enormous profitA woman tried to bring an emotional-support peacock on a United flight, and it reveals a growing crisis for airlinesSEE ALSO: Porn star Stormy Daniels teases, dodges questions in suggestive Jimmy Kimmel interview on alleged Trump encounter

01/30/2018
CBS Stephen Colbert ripped into Trump's first State of the Union in a live broadcast following the speech on Tuesday night. The "Late Show" host joked on a variety of topics including Trump's continued interest in "beautiful, clean coal."    Stephen Colbert's "Late Show" went live for the first time in nearly a year following President Trump's first State of the Union speech on Tuesday night.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why most scientists don't care about these incredible UFO videosSee Also:Amazon's store brand makes a lot of great tech, but these are the 12 gadgets actually worth buyingA 21-year-old college student invested 80% of his summer paycheck in cryptocurrencies and made an enormous profitA woman tried to bring an emotional-support peacock on a United flight, and it reveals a growing crisis for airlinesSEE ALSO: Porn star Stormy Daniels teases, dodges questions in suggestive Jimmy Kimmel interview on alleged Trump encounter

01/30/2018
"Citizen Rose," a limited series following the life of activist and actress Rose McGowan, premiered its first episode on Tuesday night. The show revolves around McGowan's activism in the months after the reports of Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual harassment and assault were published. McGowan, who reached a settlement with Weinstein in the 90s, has accused him of rape. In one of the most powerful scenes in "Citizen Rose," actress and activist Rose McGowan is at a hotel in New York City with Ronan Farrow, the journalist who broke stories about Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual harassment and assault in The New Yorker.  In the scene, Farrow says he started calling women after McGowan told him she knew there were many other victims of Weinstein’s behavior. Farrow says when he spoke to these other women, he told them he didn’t think the story would ever be published, and even if it were, that it wouldn't affect Weinstein. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: JIM ROSS: Here's who will take over WWE after Vince McMahonSee Also:'SNL' addressed the controversy surrounding the Aziz Ansari sexual-misconduct allegation in a darkly funny skitAmazon's store brand makes a lot of great tech, but these are the 12 gadgets actually worth buyingA woman tried to bring an emotional-support peacock on a United flight, and it reveals a growing crisis for airlinesSEE ALSO: 'Black Panther' had its world premiere last night, and people say it's a 'thoughtful masterpiece' and the first Marvel movie with a political message

01/30/2018
Russ Opdahl A total lunar eclipse, or blood moon, is happening early in the morning on Wednesday. The eclipse will coincide with a slightly larger full moon (a "supermoon") and the second full moon in a month (a "blue moon"). The US East Coast and Europe will have trouble seeing the "super blue blood moon" of 2018, but anyone can watch via a YouTube Live webcast hosted by a company called Slooh. The world is about to witness a "super blue blood moon" on Wednesday morning, the first since September 2015. During this astronomical event, the full moon will appear to turn red (a "blood moon") as it travels through the ruddy shadow of Earth. The total lunar eclipse will look slightly larger than normal (a "supermoon"), since the moon is in the part of its orbit that brings it closest to our planet. It also happens to be the second full moon in a month (often called a "blue moon").See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: There's a place at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean where hundreds of giant spacecraft go to dieSee Also:How and when to watch Wednesday's 'super blue blood moon'SpaceX's 'monster' Falcon Heavy rocket is set to launch next week — but Elon Musk has said there's a good chance it could blow upFor the next 9 months, the brightest object in the night sky will be a tiny, disco-ball-like satelliteSEE ALSO: An Apollo astronaut explains what riding aboard SpaceX's first moon mission might be like DON'T MISS: 'The Martian' author Andy Weir says there's a great reason to colonize the moon — but not Mars

01/30/2018
A blue moon, a supermoon, and a blood moon (i.e. a lunar eclipse) are happening around the same time in January 2018: Here’s when.

01/30/2018
A blue moon, a supermoon, and a blood moon (i.e. a lunar eclipse) are happening around the same time in January 2018: Here’s when.

01/30/2018
LisaKristin1501/YouTube Wikie has become the first killer whale to mimic human speech. The 16-year-old female orca uses her blowhole to say words. Researchers say she might even be able to hold basic conversations with humans in the future. A killer whale in France has become the first of its kind to mimic human speech. Wikie, a 16-year-old female orca at a marine park in Antibes, has learned how to say "hello," "bye bye," and "Amy," count to three, shriek, and blow raspberries, the BBC reported.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 common 'facts' about Earth that everyone gets wrongSee Also:Why dog breeds look so different but cats don't'Blue Planet II' producers discovered life where we didn’t know it could exist — here's what that was likeA syphilis-ridden mummy in Switzerland is a distant ancestor of Boris JohnsonSEE ALSO: SeaWorld CEO slams activists who criticized the company for breeding killer whales in captivity

01/30/2018
LisaKristin1501/YouTube Wikie has become the first killer whale to mimic human speech. The 16-year-old female orca uses her blowhole to say words. Researchers say she might even be able to hold basic conversations with humans in the future. A killer whale in France has become the first of its kind to mimic human speech. Wikie, a 16-year-old female orca at a marine park in Antibes, has learned how to say "hello," "bye bye," and "Amy," count to three, shriek, and blow raspberries, the BBC reported.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: I tried the 7-minute workout for a month — here's what happenedSee Also:Why dog breeds look so different but cats don't'Blue Planet II' producers discovered life where we didn’t know it could exist — here's what that was likeA syphilis-ridden mummy in Switzerland is a distant ancestor of Boris JohnsonSEE ALSO: SeaWorld CEO slams activists who criticized the company for breeding killer whales in captivity

01/30/2018
On January 31, 1961, a chimpanzee by the name of Ham blasted off on a Mercury-Redstone rocket and became the first hominid to go to space. See how it happened in our On This Day In Space video series here.

01/30/2018
Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube Porn star Stormy Daniels appeared on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" for an interview to address reports of an alleged sexual encounter with Donald Trump. Daniels dodged the line of questioning and responded in the vaguest of terms. Porn star Stormy Daniels appeared on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" for an interview to address bombshell reports of an alleged 2006 sexual encounter with Donald Trump. Though Kimmel, pressed Daniels to divulge details of the alleged affair, Daniels dodged the line of questioning and answered only in the vaguest of terms.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how the map of the United States has changed in 200 yearsSee Also:Trump's massive infrastructure plan was a focus of the State of the Union speechOne of the most ruthless behind-the-scenes battles in Washington involves Obama aides pitching the Trump administration and nearly led to an international crisisWhat to expect at Trump's first State of the Union addressSEE ALSO: Melania Trump was reportedly blindsided by reports a lawyer paid porn star Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about an alleged encounter with Donald Trump


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