Photo Captures Trump Gazing At Solar Eclipse Without GlassesAt the White House, despite all the warnings from experts about the risk of eye damage, President Donald Trump took off his eclipse glasses and looked directly at the sun.
Eclipse 2017: The Country United With Sights Set On The Sky It was the celestial event that left many of us marveling. From coast to coast, for about two minutes, Americans came together for one common purpose.
Millions Gaze In Wonder At Historic Solar Eclipse In USThe temperature dropped, birds quieted down, crickets chirped and the stars came out in the middle of the day as the line of darkness raced across the continent and Americans oohed, aahed and shouted at the sight.
Charles Barkley Throws Shade At Eclipse Viewers: 'I’m Not A Loser'When Charles Barkley talks, everyone listens, mostly because you never know what he’s going to say.
Franklin Institute Offers Eclipse Viewing ExperienceIn the Philadelphia region, observers saw about 79.9 percent of the sun covered by the moon.
NASA Moon Blocks NASA Sun On TwitterAs everyone prepared for the 2017 total solar eclipse on Monday, NASA decided to have a little fun with it.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Issues Eclipse Glasses WarningPennsylvania's top prosecutor wants to make sure people don't get burned by glassed they've bought to view Monday's solar eclipse.
Local Eye Surgeon Travels To The Path Of Totality For Solar EclipseA local eye doctor and astronomy buff is on a long-planned trip down south to get a glimpse of the total solar eclipse.
Report: Solar Eclipse Could Cost Employers Nearly $700 Million In Lost ProductivityThe solar eclipse is expected to put a dent in productivity on Monday, which could cost employers hundreds of millions of dollars.
Krispy Kreme Celebrates The Eclipse With Chocolate Covered DonutsIt seems everyone is getting into the spirit of the solar eclipse -- even Krispy Kreme.
New Jersey Shore Amusement Park Recalls Eclipse GlassesA New Jersey shore amusement park is warning customers who bought special glasses to watch the solar eclipse to return them.