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Shuttle Discovery hauled to launch pad for final flight

The shuttle Discovery is hauled to its oceanside launch pad for work to ready the ship for launch November 1 on its final flight.

By September 21, 2010


Shark photobombs kids?

You never know what you'll find when you take a quick photo. One mom snaps her kids in Manhattan Beach, Calif., and the image shows an interesting visitor.

By December 30, 2013


Oarfish necropsy: Washed-up sea serpents reveal secrets

Researchers dissect an 18-foot-long oarfish and discover some more unusual creatures on the inside.

By October 29, 2013


One nightmarish sea creature is fun, but is two an invasion?

Another giant, ugly oarfish appears on a California beach. Experts say this is unheard of. What do these fish want from us?

By October 21, 2013


Senator: TSA's whole-body scans are 'right thing'

Lieberman, who caucuses with Democrats, applauds TSA's new screening techniques, saying they're "necessary" and criticism is unfounded.

By November 16, 2010


Teen sues Facebook, classmates over cyberbullying

After a Long Island teen discovers that classmates had set up a password-protected Facebook page that accused her of all sorts of falsehoods, she sues Facebook and the now ex-classmates.

By March 3, 2009


'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' dazzles on iPhone

The first official Dr. Seuss e-book for the iPhone has arrived, and it's perfection. Let's see the Kindle do that! Oh, right, "Grinch" isn't available for Kindle.

By December 11, 2009


Senior Democrats rebuke TSA over screening rules

Two committee chairmen ask TSA to "reconsider" new screening procedures, but the agency refuses, saying they're necessary to detect "hidden and dangerous items."

By November 19, 2010


Senate Democrats back TSA 'virtual strip searches'

Senate hearing turns sharply partisan, with Democrats claiming that the TSA is doing "a terrific job" and a Republican saying, "I wouldn't want my wife to be touched" that way.

By November 17, 2010


Engineer refuses scanner, protects junk, gets investigated

The TSA says it will investigate case of John Tyner, a software engineer who refused new full body scanners and threatened to have a TSA operative arrested if he touched his "junk."

By November 16, 2010