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The United States conducted dozens of nuclear tests in the Marshall Islands in the 1940s and 1950s. A few decades later, military servicemen dumped... [Read More]
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University of Rochester researchers have designed a new kind of metal that can still float after it has been damaged or punctured. [Read More]
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Researchers have created a metal that can float even after it has been damaged or punctured.  That means it could keep ships from sinking. The... [Read More]
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Many famous landmarks and iconic natural wonders have been flooded, scorched, or eroded by extreme weather in the last decade. In the US, the Statue... [Read More]
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Donald Trump Jr. asked Hostin what it was like to "draw a paycheck from a network" that "protected pedophile-rapist" Jeffrey Epstein. [Read More]
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Controversial YouTube star Logan Paul purchased a California ranch that used to manufacture LSD in the late 1960s. The ranch was once owned by Timothy... [Read More]
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Robert Norris, the first Marlboro Man to appear on television, died at age 90. Norris served as the popular icon for Marlboro cigarettes for more... [Read More]
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Donald Trump has had conversations with television producer Mark Burnett about creating a politics-themed version of "The Apprentice," according to The Daily Beast. The outlet... [Read More]
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Some of San Francisco's early attractions, like amusement parks and most of the structures built for a world's fair, have been lost to time. [Read More]
Amazon is building a homeless shelter on its Seattle campus. The shelter will be run by Mary's Place, a nonprofit that has worked with the... [Read More]
The Brazilian city of Marica recently launched a basic-income program that gives $33 monthly stipends to about one-third of its residents. Brazil already has... [Read More]
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