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The U.S. is one of several countries that typically backs U.N. sanctions — but do those sanctions actually work? [Read More]
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Ada Cheng was a professor for 15 years before taking a different direction. [Read More]
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Researchers claimed they successfully removed a heart condition from a fertilized embryo with genetic editing, but some scientists are skeptical. [Read More]
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Analyzing the gravitational lensing effect can take astronomers weeks and months. Artificial intelligence can do it in seconds. [Read More]
Analyzing the gravitational lensing effect can take astronomers weeks and months. Artificial intelligence can do it in seconds. [Read More]
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As the Red Cross seeks donations for relief efforts after Hurricane Harvey, critics are citing a 2016 report on the organization's track record. [Read More]
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Since the special forces program's launch in 2014, women have been signing up by the hundreds for the Hunter Troop. [Read More]
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A group of five girls who worked on the app nicknamed themselves "The Restorers." [Read More]
When statues are removed, the decision is often controversial — no matter where you live in the world. [Read More]
Researchers at the City College of New York created a fabric that could negate the effects of deadly gas during an attack. [Read More]
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