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World’s First Hydrogen Trains Launch in Germany
The world's first hydrogen-powered trains have begun running in Germany. They began carrying passengers Monday in Germany's northern Lower...
Three New Fish Species Found in Pacific Ocean
By Hai Do13 September, 2018Scientists say they have discovered three new species of fish in one of the deepest places on Earth.All three spe...
Apple Launches New iPhones, New Health Features for Watch
By Bryan Lynn12 September, 2018Apple announced three new iPhones and improved health features for its watches during a launch event on Wedne...
Scientists Explore How Cannabis May Fight Psychosis
By Pete Musto09 September, 2018British scientists have found how a substance in the cannabis plant acts in the brain to reduce abnormal acti...
South Korean ‘Smart Farm’ Built Inside Former Road Tunnel
By Bryan Lynn05 September, 2018A South Korean company is operating the country's largest indoor "smart farm" inside a former road tunnel....
Scientists Say Hotter Weather Worsens Wildfire in Western US
By Pete Musto26 August, 2018As temperatures rise in the western part of the United States, wildfires grow in size as well.The Associated Pre...
Newly Discovered Bones Show Genetic Mix of Ancient Human Relatives
By Pete Musto24 August, 2018Scientists say they have discovered the remains of an ancient female whose mother was a Neanderthal and whose fa...
Facebook Now Rates Users on Trustworthiness
By Bryan Lynn22 August, 2018Facebook is now rating users on how trustworthy they are in identifying and reporting real and false news.The ra...
Scientists Developing New Ways to Fight 'Red Tide'
By Phil Dierking19 August, 2018A leading scientist says researchers in Florida are close to developing a way to control the algae known to c...
Tunnels in Gemstone Might Be Sign of Life
By Pete Musto17 August, 2018Life has found a way to survive in some of the most extreme conditions in existence. Now, scientists believe the...
Report: Google Still Tracks You Even with Location History Off
By Bryan Lynn15 August, 2018Many Android and iPhone owners use Google services on their mobile devices. Some of these services use GPS techn...
Birds Learn Each Other’s ‘Languages’ by Listening, Experts Say
By Pete Musto12 August, 2018Wild animals are known to listen to each other for warnings that predators are near. Some birds, for example, fl...
NASA Spacecraft to Study the Sun Up Close
By Phil Dierking09 August, 2018The United States space agency will launch a spacecraft to explore the sun more closely than ever before on S...
Software Teaches Robot Hand How to Move in the Real World
By Pete Musto05 August, 2018Researchers have found a way to use software to teach a human-like robotic hand new skills. The discovery could ...
Scientists Come Closer to Creating Laboratory Embryos
By Pete Musto02 August, 2018An international team of scientists says it has moved a step closer to creating artificial embryos.The team used...
Dry Conditions Threaten Wild Horses in Western US
By Pete Musto29 July, 2018A severe lack of rain in the western part of the United States is threatening wild horses.The dry conditions have ...
Water Is Buried Beneath Mars’ Surface, Study Says
By Alice Bryant26 July, 2018A huge lake of salty water appears to be buried deep in Mars, scientists reported this week. The presence of wat...
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...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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North Korean Leader Wants New Talks with Trump
US 'Likely' Returns as World's Top Oil Producer
Highly Prized Fish Makes a Return
North Korea Offers to Close Missile Testing Center, Launch Area
Supreme Court Nominee to Speak on Sexual Assault Accusation
India Bans Traditional Muslim 'Instant' Divorce
World’s First Hydrogen Trains Launch in Germany
SpaceX Announces First Private Passenger for Moon Trip
South Korean Delegation Begins First Day of Talks in North Korea
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