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Man responsible for Ryan Reynolds hit-and-run has history of celebrity run-ins

Man responsible for Ryan Reynolds hit-and-run has history of celebrity run-ins

Andrew Reddin - Apr 12, 2015

The paparazzo accused in the incident has had issues with other celebrities in the past. Read more.

Scientology leader sent spies after his own father to protect church's secrets

Scientology leader sent spies after his own father to protect church's secrets

Andrew Reddin - Apr 10, 2015

The church reportedly paid as much as $10,000 a week to hire private detectives. Read more.

New Horizons mission only teases the future 'spectacular' goals of exploring Pluto

New Horizons mission only teases the future 'spectacular' goals of exploring Pluto

April Toche - Apr 08, 2015

Pluto flybys will allow astronomers to piece together the composition of Pluto's surface. Read more.

Strange radio bursts detected from outside our galaxy could point to intelligent life

Strange radio bursts detected from outside our galaxy could point to intelligent life

April Toche - Apr 06, 2015

Some scientists believe that these recent radio bursts are too frequent to be a coincidence. Read more.

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