8-year-old slashes fellow school student with blade in schoolyard fight School officials told authorities that the two students, both male, exchanged words before the younger one reached for his weapon and slashed the neck of the other. The 9-year-old was taken Bronx Lebanon Hospital. His wound required stitches. The alleged ... 06/14/2012 - 5:01 am | View Link
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State employee unions on Thursday sued to try to block Gov. Bruce Rauner’s executive order that withholds from unions the fees they are supposed to receive from workers who choose not to become members.
It was 1998 when Kenny, a 3-year-old Asian elephant, was brought out to perform during two Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus shows in Jacksonville. He sat out a third show that day but was led into the arena to watch. Kenny died overnight in his stall. Read full article >>
A warp in space time gave one supernova, or exploding star, more than one chance to shine. We've written about more common-place occurrences of this phenomenon (called gravitational lensing) before. When a galaxy or cluster of galaxies is massive enough, it can bend the light that passes through it. When these objects are lined up properly with Earth, a small object can end up getting magnified by the gravitational lens sitting "in front" of it.