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A massive white oak in the hometown of the University of Georgia has many wondering whether a tree can even have legal rights — and... [Read More]
An inversion of the U.S. Treasury bond yield curve has predicted the last seven U.S. recessions — and it just flipped again. [Read More]
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Is it its own special type of particle? A wave that's flowing through another medium? Or is there some creepy, unknown substance surrounding us that... [Read More]
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The image, which was created by the European Space Agency, shows the blazing hot orb's northern-most region for the very first time. Pretty cool stuff. [Read More]
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K-pop phenoms BTS beat out several political figures — and even our own planet — to take first place in Time magazine's 2018 online poll... [Read More]
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Could these incredible new organisms provide clues about how life might exist in other areas on Earth — or even on other planets? [Read More]
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Fresh fish can pack a punch in the good nutrients department. But when it comes to sushi, that punch can be good or bad, and... [Read More]
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We humans may 'know it when we see it,' but the bots sure don't. At least not yet. [Read More]
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Urine is so much more valuable than we think. Soon, we might be building houses with pee bricks. [Read More]
That old comedian's advice that the "k" sound is always good for a laugh has been proven true, too. [Read More]
Congress is at odds over the federal budget, and a deadline is looming. If they can't agree, the government could shut down. We'll tell you... [Read More]
If the U.S. vice president must step up and become president, who becomes vice president? [Read More]
there is a hidden space behind those famous presidential faces. [Read More]
Is a dib an actual thing? [Read More]
Lonesome George, the last of his species of tortoises, died in the Galapagos in 2012. But scientists have now finished analyzing his DNA and found... [Read More]
That means it takes nearly 17 hours for a radio signal, traveling at the speed of light from Earth, to reach Voyager 2. [Read More]
Thanks in part to strict building codes, damage from the November 7.0 earthquake was relatively minimal. [Read More]
Everyone loves getting holiday cookie care packages. But nobody loves getting packages of cookie crumbles. [Read More]
How do small headhunter ants decapitate larger, fiercer trap-jaw ants? And why do they do it? [Read More]
The Spanish flu was the deadliest disease outbreak in modern history. How did it start and despite all our healthcare advances, why could it happen... [Read More]
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