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March 24, 2015

From Daft Punk to Steve Reich

James Corden Is The New Face of ‘The Late Late Show’

March 24, 2015
Actor/host James Corden puts up his own billboard for CBS Television Network's "The Late Late Show" on March 6, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

TV critic Eric Deggans says that James Cordens first night hosting “The Late Late Show” was a blast from the past.

Britain’s ‘Greatest Complainer’ Doesn’t Get Mad, He Gets Even

March 24, 2015
John Cleese (R) reprises the famous Monty Python "Dead Parrot" sketch on Saturday Night Live. He is a customer trying to register a complaint: he was sold a dead parrot. (Screenshot)

Jasper Griegson is a complaint expert and wrote over 5,000 complaint letters on behalf of readers of the British newspaper, The Daily Express.

Americans’ Love Of Diet Soda Fizzing Out

March 24, 2015
Diet Coke sales are down according to one firms research. (Niall Kennedy/Flickr Creative Commons)

Diet sodas hit peak sales in 2009. Sales are expected to decline by a third by 2019 from the 2009 peak.

Retired Detroit Firefighters Battle Cancer And Medicals Bills

March 24, 2015
Duane Kelley, left, on the job as a Detroit firefighter. Now he's retired and has stage IV stomach and liver cancer. (Courtesy Duane Kelley)

Retired firefighters who made it through decades of running into burning buildings and the city’s bankruptcy are now facing the burden of medical bills.

Angelina Jolie Goes Public With Second Preventive Cancer Surgery

March 24, 2015
In her second Op Ed in the New York Times, Jolie discusses her choice to to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes in a cancer preventative surgery. (Safin Hamed/AFP/Getty Images)

Angelina Jolie publicly announced she has elected surgery to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes. We discuss the risks and benefits of such surgeries with an expert.

Researchers Say Global Warming Is Slowing Ocean Currents

March 24, 2015
Cold melt water coming of the Greenland Ice Sheet is thought to be one of the causes of the disturbance in Atlantic currents. (NASA GISS warming map 1901-2013/Press Release)

A new study suggests that human-caused melting of polar ice has slowed down currents in the Atlantic Ocean, and that the Gulf Stream could shut down far sooner than initially predicted.

French Official: No Survivors In Alps Plane Crash

March 24, 2015
An Aerospatiale AS350 Ecureuil helicopter of the French National Gendarmerie is seen in Seyne, south-eastern France, on March 24, 2015, near the site where a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps. (Anne-Christein Poujoulat /AFP/Getty Images)

The French Prime Minister says a helicopter has managed to land near the crash site and has found there are no survivors. The plane was carrying 150 people.

Meerkat — Not The Furry Animal — Is The Latest Social Media Obsession

March 24, 2015
Meerkat is the hottest new app. But will it last? (Screenshot)

The social media app is enjoying success many startups dream of and few ever achieve. But will its success last?

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson Joins Late Night Lineup

March 24, 2015
Neil deGrasse Tyson, author, astrophysicist, lecturer and director of the Hayden Planetarium will be premiering a new show on National Geographic, based on his popular podcast, "Star Talk." (Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Neil deGrasse Tyson is bringing his popular podcast, “Star Talk” to the screen with a talk show on National Geographic.

Supreme Court To Hear Case On Power Plant Emission Standards

March 24, 2015
A power plant in Holland, Mich. A lawsuit is challenging the EPA's emission standards for power plants. (Norm Hoekstra/Flickr)

The lawsuit argues the regulatory agency improperly adopted the standards without first considering how much it would cost to reduce emissions

Flushable Wipes Wiping Out Sewer Systems

March 24, 2015
London sewers are getting clogged with massive "fatbergs" -- major blockages when congealed fat mixes with ostensibly flushable wipes, which actually turn out not to be septic-safe. (sub-urban.com/Flickr)

It turns out flushable wipes aren’t septic-safe — and they’ve been wreaking havoc on London’s sewer system and systems around the world.

Proposed Natural Gas Liquids Pipeline In Kentucky Raises Concerns

March 24, 2015
A valve station for the pipeline near Lebanon. (Erica Peterson/WPFL)

A company wants to convert an existing natural gas pipeline to carry the volatile byproducts of gas drilling.

After Attack, Museum Re-opening In Tunis Delayed

March 24, 2015
Flowers and messages of condolences are laid outside Tunisia's Bardo National Museum on March 24, 2015 in Tunis. (Fethi Belaid/AFP/Getty Images)

The planned reopening of the National Bardo Museum has been delayed until Sunday over logistical and security concerns.

Afghan President Meets With President Obama

March 24, 2015
President Barack Obama meets with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani during a restricted bilateral meeting in the Oval Office of the White House March 24, 2015 in Washington, DC. This marks the first meeting between the two presidents at the White House following the Afghanistan presidential election. (Olivier Douliery/Getty Images)

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani wants U.S. troops to remain in Afghanistan, but President Obama has promised to pull troops out of Afghanistan by the end of his presidency.

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