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Athletes To Watch At The 2016 Rio Summer Olympics

By Meera Dolasia on August 7, 2016
Athletes To Watch At The 2016 Rio Summer Olympics

After years of planning and months of anticipation, the 2016 Summer Games finally kicked off in Brazil on August 5. The beautiful opening ceremony, held at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana Stadium, featured lots of great music and dancing, and even a supermodel. The highlight of the evening, however, was the over 10,000 athletes from 207 countries that marched across the stadium, proud to represent their respective nations at the world’s most prestigious sporting event. Though they are all champions in their own right, here are few youngsters that are expected to leave their mark at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad.

Guess What? Earth Has A Second (Mini) Moon!

By Jeffrey Shao on August 5, 2016
Guess What? Earth Has A Second (Mini) Moon!

Always wished we had a second Moon? Then you are in luck! NASA scientists from the Planetary Defense Coordination Office (PDCO) on Mount Haleakala in Maui, Hawaii recently discovered a small asteroid that they believe has been looping Earth for at least a century. But despite its unwavering loyalty to our planet, the researchers have no intention of calling it a moon. Instead, they refer to the asteroid, which has been dubbed 2016 H03, as a “quasi-moon” or “near-earth companion.”

Pokémon Go Takes The World By Storm

By Kim Bussing on August 2, 2016
Pokémon Go Takes The World By Storm

A few weeks ago, if you saw someone wandering around your neighborhood staring at their phone, you might have assumed they were lost. Now, it would not be too much of a stretch to think that they are busy locating, capturing, battling or training fictional creatures called Pokémon Welcome to Pokémon Go, the free-to-play location-based augmented reality game that has taken the world by storm since its release on July 6. For those that are unfamiliar with the Pokémon brand and wondering what the latest hoopla is all about, here is a brief rundown.

Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton — The Sprint To The White House Begins

By Meera Dolasia on July 30, 2016
Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton — The Sprint To The White House Begins

In February 2016, 22 presidential hopefuls (5 Democrats and 17 Republicans) began their quest to convince the American public to vote for them in the November 8 elections. Based on the outcomes of the caucuses and preliminary elections, it became apparent that the Republican Party had a clear winner – Donald Trump. It was therefore not surprising that at the GOP National Convention held in Cleveland, Ohio from July 19 -21, Mr. Trump easily earned the 1,237 delegates he needed to win the Republican Party’s presidential nomination.

It's Summer!

By Meera Dolasia on July 18, 2016
It's Summer!

Oops! We were so busy seeking out interesting news that we almost forgot it is summer! This means that it is time for the DOGOnews team to take a short break.

Meet Theresa May, Britain's 76th Prime Minister

By Meera Dolasia on July 17, 2016
Meet Theresa May, Britain's 76th Prime Minister

On June 23, British voters stunned the world with their decision to leave the European Union. Almost immediately, Prime Minister David Cameron, who had lobbied hard against what has popularly become known as “Brexit,” announced his resignation, leaving officials scrambling to find a new leader.

California's "Ugliest Dog" Contest Celebrates Imperfections

By Meera Dolasia on July 12, 2016
California's "Ugliest Dog" Contest Celebrates Imperfections

A contest to crown “The World’s Ugliest Dog” may appear to be derogatory to dogs. However, that is not the intention of the organizers of the Sonoma-Marin Fair where the popular event has been held for the past 28 years. They view the unusual event as a celebration of the spirit and imperfections that make the dogs loveable and adoptable.

Why "Finding Dory" For Your Aquarium May Not Be A Good Idea

By Kim Bussing on July 7, 2016
Why "Finding Dory" For Your Aquarium May Not Be A Good Idea

The phenomenal success of Finding Dory, the much-awaited sequel to the 2003 film, Finding Nemo, is being met with mixed feelings by marine experts. That’s because though the animated movie is the perfect platform to draw attention to the precarious state of our coral reefs, it may instead result in endangering both the reef and its inhabitants further.

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