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Life has a funny way of throwing things at you, it’s just a matter of knowing how to deal with the curve balls that we’re
Parent company 21st Century Fox says "it is not in our commercial interest to continue providing Fox News in the U.K.”
Owning Sky would give Murdoch control of a TV network spanning 22 million households in Britain.
Of course anyone passing through the San Quentin-like security of today's airports should never arrive less than two hours
Neither the self nor all outside it is separate Solely to the unfathomable obscurity Of opacity at night. We makeshift lenses
FORT LAUDERDALE - Sky, the U.K. satellite TV operator, has selected Videology to provide services to automate and manage
While I'm by no means a storm chaser, I'll certainly take any opportunity that comes my way to photograph a storm. I've seen
Maybe if we balance our stress with the beauty around us, it will spill out in our interactions, grant grace to ourselves and to others, and make the world a better place. Maybe. Let's try. See beauty. Let it fill you. Live it. Now.
Stacey Moore is a voracious autodidact with a near-pathological appetite for trying new things. If she had a motto, she jokingly but knowingly admits it would be, "I wonder what would happen if I..."
Mitch Ditkoff is a poet, peace activist, and the President of Idea Champions, an innovation training and consulting company
Anyone passing by must have thought I was a bit nutty standing in the road and gazing into the sky on a Tuesday afternoon
The ancient Stoics, besides taking an interest in philosophies for living, took an interest in physics -- in what we today
The arcs give off a very specific wavelength of red light, but are too faint to see with the naked eye. They appear at lower
Aircraft: good. Aircraft noise: bad. This dichotomy has split many populations right down the middle for half a century and is only intensifying as demands for access to the skies and to urban accommodation grow. Is there an answer?