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  • Audit: NASA short of funds for deep-space rocket

    NASA's staggering budget shortfall has put its rocket program at "high risk" of missing the planned 2017 launch date for its $12 billion deep-space rocket, a federal watchdog said.

  • 'Professional scammers' refuse to leave Airbnb host's house

    A California homeowner's nightmare has become a cautionary tale for those who rent their homes to strangers.

  • 2 dead, 20 hurt after tornado hits

    Two people are dead and at least 20 were injured at a Virginia campground on Thursday after a possible tornado, Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller told CNN.

  • Military required base on the moon?

    The U.S. military races to the moon to build a base -- to beat the Russians to the punch. Maybe test a nuclear weapon on the surface. Consider a lunar-based bombing system to target earthbound foes. That was the plan in the 1960s, according to declassified national security documents released this week.

  • 2 dead, 20 hurt after tornado hits campground

    Two people are dead and at least 20 were injured at a Virginia campground on Thursday after a possible tornado, Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller told CNN.

  • In 1959, U.S. Army called a military base on the moon a 'requirement'

    The U.S. military races to the moon to build a base -- to beat the Russians to the punch. Maybe test a nuclear weapon on the surface. Consider a lunar-based bombing system to target earthbound foes. That was the plan in the 1960s, according to declassified national security documents released this week.

  • Student expelled after marrying

    An honor-roll student who was expelled from Southwestern Christian University in Oklahoma after she married another woman is now enrolled at a different university in the same state.

  • Botched? He took 2 hours to die

    Joseph Wood "gasped and struggled to breathe" during his execution, his attorney says. Arizona, the state that executed him, says he was sedated and "snoring."

  • More stores affected by listeria fruit recall

    If you've picked up fruit at Costco, Trader Joe's or Walmart stores recently, keep reading.

  • Girl, 11, shot in head at sleepover

    An 11-year-old girl was shot in the head by a stray bullet during a sleepover in Chicago. CNN affiliate WGN reports.

  • Men rob restaurant while half-naked

    Several men broke into a Florida restaurant and stole food while wearing nothing but their underwear. WFTX reports.

  • Buzz Aldrin: After moon, Mars

    Back in July 1969, I stood on the talcum-like lunar dust just a few feet from our home away from home, Eagle, the lunar module that transported Neil Armstrong and me to the bleak, crater-pocked moonscape.

  • Shift U.S. priorities closer to home

    Rudy Ruiz says that, as the U.S. has focused on the Middle East, the problems of Latin America have grown -- and are being felt on this side of the border

  • Walmart shoplifting vigilante goes viral

    Caught on cell cam: He "just stole this stuff." CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on a confrontation over a loaded cart.

  • Do we need to go back to the moon?

    "Neil Armstrong is going to walk on the moon on Monday, July 21st."

  • The best selfies from space

    "Gee whiz! Look at that horizon. It's curved a little bit and the clouds are way down there. I wonder what the picture's going to look like?" recalls famed astronaut Buzz Aldrin.

  • Comic-Con: Who wore it best?

    The annual San Diego Comic-Con, mecca of all things pop culture, began on Wednesday night and runs through Sunday, July 27. The massive convention -- known for giving fans a first look at the latest "geek-friendly" TV, film and of course, comics -- is also a major gathering for cosplayers (that is, fans who wear costumes of their favorite characters).

  • Teen pilot killed at sea in quest to set world record

    It was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime. An aerial endeavor that would take 17-year-old pilot Haris Suleman and his father, Babar, around the world in just 30 days and into the record books.

  • Craigslist post led to killings, suicide

    It all began with a sex-for-money Craigslist post, written by the victims.

  • The argument for eating dog

    The idea is difficult to stomach, but John Sutter writes that eating dog is morally equivalent to eating pig, another intelligent animal. If Americans oppose it, they should question their own eating habits as well.

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