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'Battlestar Galactica' Actor Richard Hatch Dead
Hatch passed away at age 71 following a battle with pancreatic cancer, according to his manager.
'Battlestar Galactica' Actor Richard Hatch Dead at 71
Richard Hatch , an actor best known for starring on TV’s original " Battlestar Galactica " as the space fighter pilot Apollo, has died at age 71, According to Michael Kaliski, the actor's manager, Hatch died in a Santa Clarita home at 1:30 p.m. following a battle with pancreatic cancer , ABC-owned
Brandi, Bobbi Kristina, and Action Figures: The 3 Things You Should Know Today
From Brandi Chastain's donation to Bring Your Action Figure to Work Day, ABC News' Amna Nawaz gets you up to speed on what you should know today.
Twilight of the running back
Last year's draft was the first since the AFL-NFL merger in which no running back was chosen in the first round. This year's draft nearly became the first in which no running back was chosen in the first two rounds. The initial runner selected, Bishop Sankey by Tennessee, went in the bottom of
Real-Life Tony Stark Makes Cool Lasers in Apartment
Entirely self-taught, laser-maker Patrick Priebe eschews plans and blueprints.
'Battlestar Galactica' Inspires Fundraising Campaign for 2 Sick Girls
The science fiction TV series “Battlestar Galactica” has brought together two moms on opposite ends of the continent with critically ill daughters and inspired a fundraising campaign on their behalf. Amber Greenawalt of Charlotte, N.C., and Canadian Lindsay Cairns Lennox of Kelowna, British ...
Mom Makes Power Girl Costumes for 5-Year-Old Daughter With Incurable Disease
When sisters Savannah and Siennah Greenawalt came to their mom last September with a simple question–why could their brother, Sebastian, dress up as heroes like Batman when they had only princess and fairy costumes–Amber Greenawalt decided to take action. The Charlotte, N.C. mom thought of...
Pacific Rim: A Tale of Humanity Survival Through Technology
You take a walk on Santa Monica beach in California one foggy morning. You see the outline of the pier and its empty amusement park looming in the distance. If you stare long enough, the 90-foot ferris wheel and the 55-foot roller coaster might look like two giants ready to battle each other over
PayPal Galactic Looks to Solve Payments in Space
Jedis used the galactic credit standard to pay for things. Citizens and cylons alike used cubits. Both the universes of both "Star Wars" and "Battlestar Galactica" were science fiction, but what would it take to make a standardized space currency a reality? That is among the questions serving as
TV Characters Influenced By Tony Soprano
After James Gandolfini brought Tony Soprano to life, TV was never the same. Here's how