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Man on the Moon

Reese Witherspoon Looks Exactly Like Her Daughter In Teen Throwback

The Huffington Post | Lily Karlin | Posted 01.25.2016 | Entertainment

Genes are powerful. On Thursday, Reese Witherspoon shared a snap of herself back at 15 -- the age you were still learning how to properly use a blowd...

Popcorn Preview: Big Eyes

Leslie Sisman | Posted 03.09.2015 | Entertainment
Leslie Sisman

Amy Adams as Margaret is excellent. Christoph Waltz's over-the-top portrayal of Walter -- who, by many accounts was truly over-the-top -- can be a bit distracting. At any rate, it's an interesting exploration of how the "little hobo kids" became a household must-have.

Did NASA Capture An Alien And Its Shadow On The Moon?

The Huffington Post | Andy Campbell | Posted 08.14.2014 | Weird News

A shadowy figure was spotted on the moon's surface last month, and since then it has grabbed the attention -- and the extremely wild imagination -- of...

Romney & Obama: Where's the Inspiration?

Jigar Shah | Posted 12.24.2012 | Green
Jigar Shah

On the energy front, President George Bush was one of our best presidents ever. He and Vice President Dick Cheney created an energy plan. This energy plan gave investors a direction in life.

Obama and Armstrong's Signatures Teach Us About Leadership

Annette Poizner | Posted 10.30.2012 | Politics
Annette Poizner

The upcoming election has many Americans contemplating those leadership skills which are most essential for the one who leads them. What can we learn from the signature of Barack Obama?

The Neil Armstrong Era: Boldly Going Where No One Went Before

Howard Barbanel | Posted 10.26.2012 | Science
Howard Barbanel

Armstrong represented an America of really big dreams and of infinite possibility. Today, what passes for discourse in this country? Celebrity divorces? Politicians vilifying and dehumanizing one another over the relative merits of the federal budget?

A Touch of Knowledge: The Man-Bats on the Moon

Marc Hartzman | Posted 03.19.2012 | Weird News
Marc Hartzman

Although it all sounds ridiculous today, in 1835, knowledge of the moon was lacking and the belief in extraterrestrial life, including lunar life, was commonplace.

Obama's New Theme: A Sputnik Moment

Chris Weigant | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Chris Weigant

While Obama may indeed be right about America being in serious danger of falling behind on a worldwide scale, this Sputnik moment simply doesn't have a Sputnik. There is no one overarching threat.

Just Listen -- What Are We Capable Of In 2010? And 2020?

Mark Goulston, M.D. | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Mark Goulston, M.D.

The times may be very different from 1961, but the need to have a transformational possibility issued by a transcendent leader is even greater than it was then.

Kid Cudi: The Lonely Stoner Hits His Stride

Cara Parks | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Cara Parks

Discussing his new record, Man on the Moon: The End of the Day, released last week, Kid Cudi emphasizes that there's more to him than the malcontent he's dubbed "Mr. Solo Dolo."

Moon Landing 40th Anniversary (PHOTOS) (VIDEO)

Huffington Post | Katherine Goldstein | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green

Monday is the 40th anniversary of Apollo 11's moon landing. Astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong were the first men to ever walk on the moon -- a...

Moon Shadows

Michael Jones | Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago
Michael Jones

I watched the first moon landing forty years ago in a motel room with three other soldiers, teary eyed and proud at what America had done. It seems that America no longer does things like that.

Do We Need Apollo Projects To Fight Climate Change?

treehugger.com | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green

As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the remarkable achievement of putting Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon (while Michael Collins nervou...

Living and Dying American

Stephen Herrington | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Stephen Herrington

Back then a typical Republican was to the left of the Clintons. Nixon was a transition. It took Reagan to really define the world in which we now live, in which merit is no longer of value.