WWII remains on Pacific island identified as Michigan man
The U.S. government has identified the remains of a World War II airman from Detroit who died in a plane crash in the Pacific Ocean in 1944
The Real News About Fake News
ABC News' Pierre Thomas and Forbes' Kalev Leetaru join Ryan Struyk for a conversation about how fake headlines can have real-world implications.
8 Unforgettable Moments from the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro
The Olympic Games are nearly always historic in their feats of athletic prowess. But aside from the sporting events are amazing displays of human nature, tales of intense rivalries and record-breaking performances that keep the world watching as its most elite athletes compete for the gold. As this
Putting Floyd Mayweather's $220M payday into perspective
Floyd Mayweather will gross between $220 million and $230 million for his May 2 fight against Manny Pacquiao, but how much will he really make for his welterweight championship victory? It's hard to tell what his net income will come out to, but we'll start with taxes. Sports tax accountant Robert
Koch Brothers Plan to Spend $889 Million On 2016: Here’s What Else They Could Buy With the Cash
The Koch brothers ’ announcement that they will spend $889 million supporting conservative campaigns in 2016 has been described as “whopping,” “staggering” and “historic.” It may be all those things, but adjectives aside, the money their vast fundraising network is ponying up this cycle puts them
Happy New Year From the South Pacific
quicklist: title: Happy New Year From New Zealand text: Hello, 2015. It's still only Dec. 31 in most parts of the world, but "Happy New Year" is a trending term on Twitter. It's already 2015 in the South Pacific, including New Zealand , Samoa and Kiribati . media: quicklist: title: Voice of "Babe"
Man Seeks 'Climate Change Asylum' in New Zealand
A man from the island nation of Kiribati in the Pacific Ocean is asking New Zealand to grant him asylum on the basis that climate change is threatening to swallow his homeland whole. Ioane Teitiota appealed to New Zealand’s Immigration and Protection Tribunal to ask for...
Amelia Earhart Plane Wreckage Spotted in Sonar Image, Expert Suggests
A team of historical sleuths believe they have fund a clue to what happened to famed aviator Amelia Earhart, claiming sonar may have picked up an image of her wrecked plane off an underwater cliff in the Pacific. The sonar image is the...
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