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Activist Wins Right to Publish Instructions for 3D Printed Guns
By Bryan Lynn18 July, 2018The United States has settled a case with a gun rights activist that permits him to publish instructions for makin...
Scientists Risk Heat, Gas to Study Hawaii Volcano
By Pete Musto15 July, 2018Wearing heavy cotton clothing, head protection and a device to help her breathe, Jessica Ball recently spent the n...
Scientists: Spiders Use Electric Fields to Move through Air
By Phil Dierking14 July, 2018Scientists have long wondered how spiders can use the webbing they make to fly.The 19th century English natural...
X-Ray Technology Helps Recover Lost 19th-Century Images
By Bryan Lynn11 July, 2018The world's very first photographs were taken in the 1830s.Scientists now say they have found a way to recover lo...
Baby Hippo Has Become an Educational Force
By Pete Musto08 July, 2018Imagine having an animal as your teacher. How much do you think one could learn from a hippopotamus, for example?A...
On Mars, NASA Finds ‘Organic’ Substances Linked to Life
By Bryan Lynn09 June, 2018The United States space agency says its Mars exploration vehicle has discovered chemical substances necessary for ...
Dinosaur Skeleton of Possible New Species Sells for $2.3 Million
By Bryan Lynn08 June, 2018The skeleton of an extremely rare kind of dinosaur has sold for $2.3 million in Paris, France.The 150-million-year...
Pill Combines Biology, Electronics to Recognize Diseases
Researchers say a pill could soon send radio signals from inside your stomach to help doctors recognize signs of disease.Scientists have dev...
Scientists: Ozone-Eating Chemical Mysteriously Rising
By Bryan Lynn18 May, 2018Scientists have found that levels of a now-banned chemical are rising again in Earth's atmosphere.The chemical is ...
Ancient Finger Bone Found in Saudi Arabia is 90,000 Years Old
By Susan Shand21 April, 2018A finger bone is pointing to what scientists are calling a new understanding of how ancient human beings came ou...
New Technology Harvests Energy from River and Tidal Movement
By Phil Dierking14 April, 2018A number of companies have used the wind and sun to produce energy. Now, one company is using the force of flo...
New Facebook Tool Provides Information About News Publishers
By Bryan Lynn04 April, 2018Facebook has released a new tool that the company says will make it easier for users to evaluate news stories and...
NASA's Juno Spacecraft Shows the Makeup of Jupiter
By Susan Shand04 April, 2018Scientists are finding that the inside of Jupiter is just as interesting as the part of the planet's atmosphere...
Wildlife Experts Worry About Lack of Newborn Right Whales
By Rachel Dennis31 March, 2018Wildlife researchers in Georgia and Florida are concerned about the population of endangered whales. The winte...
Extreme Heat May Make South Asia Unlivable
A scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology says people will not be able to live in parts of South Asia by the year 2100 if lit...
Bees are Carrying Pesticides into the World’s Honey
By Anne Ball15 October, 2017Bees are responsible for about 30 percent of the world's food supply. Our fruits and vegetables would not grow ...
60 Years After First Satellite, Russian Space Program Faces Struggles
Russia's space program faces hard questions as it marks the 60th anniversary of the launch of Sputnik, the first man-made satellite.Some ex...
Scientists Win Nobel Prize in Physics for Measuring Gravitational Waves
Three scientists have won the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics for their work in measuring gravitational waves.The Royal Swedish Academy of Scien...
Hurricane Maria Hit Puerto Rico’s Giant Telescope
Hurricane Maria severely damaged Puerto Rico's electricity and communications systems. Millions of people there are without power, water or...
World’s Longest-Living Trees Crowded Out by Climate Change
By Mario Ritter27 September, 2017The bristlecone pine is the longest-living thing on Earth. These trees, with their strangely shaped, wind-b...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Another Big Year for Largest Comic Book Event of its Kind
Study: North Korea, Eritrea Have Highest Levels of ‘Modern Slavery’
Duck Boat Accident Kills 17
'The Caliph, Cupid and the Clock,' by O. Henry
Diego Maradona Signs with Belarus Football Team
Death Sentence Having Little Effect on Drug in Southeast Asia
US Farmers Preparing for Long-Term Effects of Trade War
US Prosecutors Say Russian Woman Has Ties to Spies
Separated Families Win Small Victory from US Court
EU Fines Google a Record $5 Billion
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
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