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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...
US Researchers Study Issue Tied to Long-Term Space Flight
By Mario Ritter24 September, 2017Research subjects who have lived with limited human contact since January recently completed an experiment....
Discovery May Help Pregnant Women Carry Babies to Full Term
By Anne Ball17 September, 2017For the first time, researchers have identified six genes that control the length of a pregnancy. And they say...
Disease Continues to Threaten American Bats
By Bryan Lynn17 September, 2017Most people do not have a high opinion of bats.Bats often appear in movies and literature as terrifying creat...
Powerless Aircraft Sets Altitude Record
By Phil Dierking16 September, 2017Two pilots recently set a new altitude world record for gliders.A glider is an aircraft that does not have...
Finding Solutions for World Water Shortage
By VOA10 September, 2017Living things cannot survive without water.Yet more than 700 million people worldwide have trouble getting clean, sa...
How Do Hurricanes Form?
Three powerful ocean storms threaten the Caribbean, the coast of the southeastern United States and southeastern Mexico.Hurricane Irma has s...
Could Carbon Farming Help Slow Rising Temperatures?
By Anne Ball03 September, 2017Earth's atmosphere is in trouble.Scientists have linked rising temperatures in Earth's atmosphere to carbon ...
Rising Seas, Development Predicted to Cause More Flood Disasters
The Tropical Storm Harvey in the Unites States and the monsoon in South Asia have again shown how dangerous and destructive floodwaters can ...
Scientist: Warming Makes Storms like Harvey Wetter
By Anne Ball30 August, 2017A storm named Harvey set a rainfall record in the continental United States this week. It dumped 1.32 meters of w...
Researchers Use Brain Cells to Control Aging in Mice
It is a question people have been asking for—well-- ages. Is there a way to turn back the aging process?For centuries, people have been loo...
Study: 2016 Warmest Year on Record
By Anne Ball20 August, 2017Last year, planet Earth was hotter than ever before. That is according to a report by the U.S. National Oceanic a...
Ice Cream, Research Supplies Reach Space Station
By Anne Ball16 August, 2017The International Space Station, or ISS, received some interesting supplies Wednesday: ice cream and live mice.Th...
First Human Embryo Gene-Fix Could Help Stop Disease
By Anne Ball13 August, 2017Scientists in Oregon successfully fixed a disease-carrying gene in human embryos. It was the first time this has ...
Scientists Discover Fossil of Strange Sea Worm
By Dan Friedell12 August, 2017Scientists found a prehistoric ancestor of an arrow worm among a group of fossils at two national parks in Can...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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Restaurants to Offer Free Food from Leftovers
World's First Nuclear Fusion Reactor 50 Percent Complete
New Year's Traditions Around the World
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S. Korean President Calls Sex Slave Deal with Japan Problematic
Those We Said Goodbye to in 2017
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