Tuesday, March 5, 2013

‘Baby B-girl’ Schools Older Breakdancers at International Competition

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The "Baby Battle" at the annual Chelles Battle Pro breakdancing competition is mostly a platform for crews to showcase up-and-coming b-boys and b-girls who will present a threat in battles to come.

A quick-acting mom catches baby going out window

SPOKANE, Wash. - A toddler who jumped on a bed and bounced out a second-story window was saved Friday by his mother, who leaped behind him, caught his foot and lowered him safely to his grandmother who was having a smoke on the porch below, police said.

This Mash Up of Nine Inch Nails “Head Like a Hole” With Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” Is Surprisingly Good

Here's a mashup that, on paper, seems like a terrible idea. And yet, it works. Who knew early 90s industrial rock meshed so well with last year's biggest pop song? And with the news that Nine Inch Nails are going on tour this summer, maybe we can look forward to an opening act from Carly Rae?

Why sex is a 'better headache cure rather than painkillers'

A team of neurologists found that sexual activity can lead to “partial or complete relief” of head pain in some migraines.

Student suspended for disarming gunman

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FORT MYERS, Fla. - A 16-year-old Cypress Lake High School student, who wrestled a loaded revolver away from a teen threatening to shoot, is being punished.

Black Hole Spins at Nearly the Speed of Light

A superfast black hole nearly 60 million light-years away appears to be pushing the ultimate speed limit of the universe, a new study says.

For the first time, astronomers have managed to measure the rate of spin of a supermassive black hole—and it's been clocked at 84 percent of the speed of light, or the maximum allowed by the law of physics.

Baby Cured of HIV for the First Time, Researchers Say

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A Mississippi baby born with the AIDS virus appears to have been cured after being treated with an aggressive regimen of drugs just after her birth 2½ years ago, an unusual case that could trigger changes in care for hundreds of thousands of babies born globally each year with HIV.