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Charles Manson’s new mugshot

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President Trump tweets debunked myth

(KRON) Hours after the deadly terrorist attack in Spain, President Donald Trump revived a widely discredited story about an Army general who…

This photo provided by Bob Baer and Sarah Kovac, participants in the Citizen CATE Experiment, shows a “diamond ring” shape during the 2016 total solar eclipse in Indonesia. For the 2017 eclipse over the United States, the National Science Foundation-funded movie project nicknamed Citizen CATE will have more than 200 volunteers trained and given special small telescopes and tripods to observe the sun at 68 locations in the exact same way. The thousands of images from the citizen-scientists will be combined for a movie of the usually hard-to-see sun’s edge. (R. Baer, S. Kovac/Citizen CATE Experiment via AP)

Solar Eclipse: Tune in online or on TV

(KRON) If you can’t witness Monday’s solar eclipse in person, KRON4 will have extended coverage on TV, on KRON4.com, on KRON4’s Facebook pag…

Solar Eclipse: Your questions, experts answers

(KRON) The eclipse is closing in. On August 21, the moon will move in between the sun and the Earth in just the right spot that will cast a …

What You Need to Know: Solar specs needed for safe viewing of eclipse

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — With the total solar eclipse right around the cosmic corner, eye doctors are going into nagging overdrive. They …

‘Living examples’ share 1962 eclipse eye damage

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Two Portland men say they suffer permanent eye damage from improperly viewing the 1962 partial solar eclipse. Lou To…