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The victims didn't even have time to look at their attackers. [Read More]
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Archaeologists have uncovered the site of a 1,500-year-old massacre on the Swedish island of Oland. [Read More]
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The gassy world is "darker than charcoal" and may swallow up to 99 percent of the light its local star sheds upon it. [Read More]
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Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed a rare find at the temple in Kom Ombo. [Read More]
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Worst. Roommates. Ever. [Read More]
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Can you really make a polished metal sphere from a ball of aluminum foil? [Read More]
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A book that the late physicist Stephen Hawking signed in 1973, back when he was still able to hold a pen and scrawl out his... [Read More]
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The deep ocean is eerily dark, but not silent. Take a listen. [Read More]
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NASA scientists flying over the arctic earlier this month spotted strange shapes out the window, but they aren't sure what caused them. [Read More]
A young man in India survived having a key lodged more than an inch into his skull. [Read More]
The upper cloud tops of Uranus are shot through with hydrogen sulfide, the gas that smells of rotten eggs. [Read More]
Generally, you can trust your organs to stay in one place, but that wasn't the case for a young woman in Michigan. [Read More]
A new clear coating can keep fingerprints and jelly smears off your walls, windows and even your phone screen. [Read More]
Is the sun due for a cosmic family reunion? [Read More]
Here's how thirsty ravens "punked" gravitational wave scientists. [Read More]
A drug lord brought kidnapped hippos to Colombia and naturalists used to think that storks flew to the moon. [Read More]
A Nazi submarine that sank in the waning days of World War II has just been discovered off the coast of Denmark. [Read More]
Quinoa, a plant from the Andes, is packed with protein, fiber and various vitamins and minerals. [Read More]
Why is a smelly, poop-filled train from New York City idling in a small town in Alabama? [Read More]
Wormholes could leave a signature smooshed shadow that future telescopes could detect. [Read More]
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