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Last night, Pres. Trump addressed Congress during a televised speech, and though there’s been a lot of debate about the politics of the evening, one moment stood out with its unifying call to honor a national hero.

The widow of Navy SEAL William "Ryan" Owens, who died on a recent anti-terrorism mission in Yemen, was present, and the president addressed her directly.

We are blessed to be joined tonight by Carryn Owens, the widow of U.S. Navy Special Operator, Senior Chief William "Ryan" Owens. Ryan died as he lived: a warrior, and a hero — battling against terrorism and securing our nation … Ryan's legacy is etched into eternity. Thank you.

For the next three minutes, lawmakers stood and applauded Carryn and the legacy of her husband. It was a powerful moment. Discuss

Here's a new look at Star-Lord, Baby Groot and everything else you're wanting from the sequel to Marvel's spacey, super fun series.

The movie hits theaters May 5. (Just a heads up, the trailer contains some strong language.)

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Ukraine has come up with a new way to fight fake news: the nightly StopFake broadcast show only broadcasts fake news.

The group, overseen by a college's journalism school, behind the show is highly respected for exposing fake news for what it is. Viewers are able to turn to StopFake and they know every story will be fake news.

The show's anchor, Margo Gontar, referred to the project as investigative journalism "with a twist."

The show is not the broadcast version of The Onion—it sets itself up as a public service for the country that's been fighting fake news since before it was an international buzz phrase.

StopFake, as an organization, has chosen to fight against fake news this way instead of banning the news because it's more entertaining and gets a more captivating audience. Discuss

Marc Summers, the man who hosted the classic gameshow Double Dare, is featured in a new documentary about his life, career and his struggle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

The film also features interviews with Seth Green, Neil Patrick Harris, Ryan Seacrest and others who discuss the Summer's legacy and the legacy of the show.

You can check out the trailer for On Your Marc below. Discuss

Quarterback-turned-baseball player Tim Tebow has started spring training with the New York Mets organization, where he hopes to continue his career as a professional athlete. However, as he explains in this video from a press conference, sports, celebrity and stats aren’t what are really important to him. Discuss

SpaceX announced yesterday that they will be taking two private citizens on a trip around the moon next year, according to a statement on their website.

The weeklong trip will take them past the moon and then far enough out until gravity turned the carrier around and then it would come back to Earth. The two people would be in the SpaceX Dragon 2 capsules, launched on the Falcon Heavy rocket. It would all be computer-automated, but Musk said the passengers would still get training and health screenings for emergency purposes.

The trip would take the passengers anywhere between 300,000 and 400,000 miles away from Earth, compared to the trips Russian private citizens have taken to the International Space Station, which is only 200 miles away from Earth.

According to SpaceX, the two people are anonymous private citizens who have already "paid a significant deposit" on the trip that he said would cost a bit more than a crewed mission to the International Space Station would. All he would say about them at this point is that they know each other.

Experts say that the late-2018 travel date may be a bit overly ambitious, as SpaceX has yet to get a crew to orbit the Earth safely and without glitches. Discuss