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January 8, 2019 8:34 PM Incredible images show bat drinking nectar from a flower

A photographer in Costa Rica managed to capture amazing photos using his Canon 5D Mark IV of a bat drinking nectar. A British retiree managed to capture a stunning image of a Long Tongue bat licking nectar from a flower while he was on vacation in Costa Rica. John Hudson, 72, was touring a natural reserve while on vacation and came across the bats by chance 168

January 8, 2019 3:58 PM Island of Hawaii's newest black sand beach result of lava flow

Stacey Lastoe, CNN • Published 8th January 2019 When Kilauea Volcano erupted in May 2018, it devastated a large part of Hawaii's largest island, which is known as the island of Hawaii. Houses were destroyed. Businesses were left shattered. Millions of dollars of tourism money — approximately $480 million — was lost as a result of the destructive eruption 100

January 8, 2019 3:30 AM Liverpool's Ki-Jana Hoever: FA Cup debutant born after 2001 'Treble,' iPod, Xbox

When Dejan Lovren limped off injured within minutes of kick-off, the Croatian was replaced by academy defender Ki-Jana Hoever (born Jan. 18, 2002), who came on to make his senior debut at the tender age of just 16 years and 354 days. In doing so, the Dutch teenager became the Reds' youngest ever play in the FA Cup, and their third youngest player of all time behind 107

January 7, 2019 1:33 PM South Carolina Chick-fil-As celebrate Clemson in National Championship game with tiger paw-shaped biscuits

Some Chick-fil-A restaurants are selling tiger paw-shaped biscuits ahead of Clemson University's appearance in the College Football Playoff championship game. (Reuters) Ahead of Clemson University’s appearance in the College Football Playoff championship game, Chick-fil-A is getting fans in the spirit with special breakfast biscuits at select South 141

January 7, 2019 10:59 AM Pope decries rise of nationalism, flaws of globalization

In this photo taken with slow shutter speed Pope Francis leaves after celebrating an Epiphany Mass in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019. Pope Francis has appealed to European leaders to show “concrete solidarity” to 49 migrants stranded aboard a pair of rescue vessels. Francis, addressing faithful in St. Peter’s Square Sunday 112

January 4, 2019 11:37 PM How the shutdown is messing with your great American vacation

Marnie Hunter and Katia Hetter, CNN • Updated 4th January 2019 The partial government shutdown in the United States raises all sorts of questions for travelers on topics from aviation safety and security to passports and national parks. Although National Park Service sites across the country have been closed during previous government shutdowns, many have initially 115

January 4, 2019 9:24 PM Here Are All of the Solar and Lunar Eclipses You Can See in 2019

2019 will have plenty in store for astronomy fans across the world, with a total solar eclipse, an annular solar eclipse, a total lunar eclipse and more. The most exciting such event for U.S.-based stargazers may be the so-called “Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse” on Jan. 21, says Christian Veillet, an astronomer at the Large Binocular Telescope Observatory 130

January 3, 2019 9:15 PM BLACKPINK Is Set to Become First Female K-Pop Group to Perform at Coachella

BLACKPINK is on track to become the first female K-pop group to perform at Coachella. The four-member girl group from South Korea was announced as part of the the 2019 music festival’s lineup, which features headliners Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino and Tame Impala. The annual music festival held in Indo, California will be BLACKPINK’s official debut 130

January 3, 2019 10:00 AM Scientists find the 'missing' dark matter from the early universe

Dark matter, it seems, has been clinging to galaxies for a very long time. Most galaxies that existed 10 billion years ago had about as much dark matter as galaxies do today, contradicting earlier studies that suggested less dark matter lurked around galaxies in the early universe. "Dark matter was similarly abundant in star-forming galaxies in the distant 92

January 3, 2019 5:22 AM China strengthens slaughter regulations to combat African swine fever

(This version of the January 2nd story corrects 10th paragraph to show more than 200,000 pigs culled on infected farms, not in total) BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s agriculture ministry said on Wednesday that slaughterhouses will need to run African swine fever virus tests for pig products before selling them to the market, in a move to control spread of the highly 122