December 19, 1998, was a rough day for the woman that is now one of the front-runners in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. On that day, the House of Representatives approved two articles of impeachment against President Bill Clinton for grievances stemming from his sexual relations with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. His wife, Hillary Clinton, stood by his side.
When a jury announced that Daniel Holtzclaw would spend up to 236 years in jail this Thursday, Holtzclaw dropped his head and broke out into a loud cry. The nation cheered. Holtzclaw…
How does it feel to be in space?
So very few people can actually answer that question. And even those who can answer it probably can’t truly convey a satisfying answer to the rest of us–surely, the experience is, in a word, indescribable.
It’s fitting, then, that perhaps the best, most vivid description of being in space (the stunningly animated video above) should come from the world’s unlikeliest astronaut–the astronaut most like the rest of us.
See the chilling terrorism timeline of the last 15 years as an animated map.
Efforts to combat terrorism were ratcheted up further than ever after the attacks in Paris last month, predictably resulting in actions like renewed airstrikes and reformatted immigration policies. But terrorism isn’t a new problem, and it’s not only a problem for the Western world – it’s been an increasingly large problem for most of the world year after year. A video by Milan Vuckovic, a German freelance graphic designer, shows the global scale of terrorism.