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Oklahoma boy, 3, wows police with his uniform

By Vandana Rambaran

A cute prospective three-year-old police recruit stood tall to meet members of a local police department in Oklahoma City Tuesday and show off his tiny uniform.

NASA astronaut eyes moon jackpot, ranging from space mining to polar ice

By James Rogers

From mining clean energy to harnessing polar ice for rocket fuel propellant, America’s return to the Moon could unlock a vast trove of space resources, according to NASA astronaut Drew Feustel.

Modern-day 'Rosie the Riveters' help military spouses stay active in the workplace

By Cristina Corbin

Using a few scraps of leather and a single sewing machine found in an attic, R. Riveter was born in 2011. Eight years later, the company — named after Rosie the Riveter, a cultural icon of World War II representing the women who worked in factories and shipyards during the war — is nothing short of an American success story. 

90-year-old inventor of the ATM celebrates its 50th birthday, admits wife has never used one

By Hollie McKay

It was a cool Friday afternoon in 1968 and businessman Donald Wetzel needed money to travel before the end of the weekend. The then-40-year-old examined the long line snaking through the bank and out the door, the clock was etching close to 5 o’clock, and his agitation was only growing.

Never-before-seen Native American artifacts to go on display

By Chris Ciaccia

Never-before-seen artifacts from 18th-century Native American culture that tell the story between the First Nations and the Europeans "they fought against and alongside" are set to go on display at Fort Ticonderoga in New York.