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United Nations Report Says Earth’s Ozone Layer Is Healing
By Pete Musto11 November, 2018A new study says the protective layer of the Earth's atmosphere is finally healing from damage by humans' us...
Rising Seas Force Changes on Historic Farms
By Susan Shand11 November, 2018Looking out the window of his Ford truck, Bob Fitzgerald sees large, undesirable plants growing in the fields...
Samsung Shows Off New Foldable Phone
By Bryan Lynn08 November, 2018Samsung has provided the public a first look at its new foldable smartphone.The device was shown for the first...
System Recognizes People From Body Shape, Walking Movements
By Bryan Lynn07 November, 2018China is developing a system that recognizes individuals by their body shape and walking movements.Systems tha...
Saving Venezuela’s Famous Red Bird by Planting Coffee
By Shand05 November, 2018Pictures of the bird called the red siskin appear on Venezuela's money, on products and in school books. The "Lit...
Chocolate's Story Older Than Once Thought
By Pete Musto04 November, 2018Humans may have been enjoying cacao, the substance used to make chocolate, for much longer than experts had th...
Reports: Accused Pittsburgh Killer Put Racist Posts on Social Media
By Bryan Lynn31 October, 2018The man accused of killing 11 people at a synagogue in Pittsburgh reportedly left messages on a small social me...
China's Melting Glacier Brings Visitors, Adds to Climate Concerns
By Pete Musto28 October, 2018Each year, millions of people visit the 4,570-meter-high Baishui Glacier in southern China. Scientists say it i...
Google: AI Found Breast Cancer with 99 Percent Accuracy
By Bryan Lynn24 October, 2018Google says it is deeply involved in developing artificial intelligence, or AI, to help doctors identify and tr...
Researchers Find Bright Side to Some Invasive Species
By Bryan Lynn22 October, 2018Non-native species present threats to natural environments across the world by pushing out native organisms.The...
Australian Scientists Propose a ‘Telescope’ to Look Deep Underground
By Mario Ritter21 October, 2018Scientists in Australia want to build what they describe as a "downward looking telescope" to look for mine...
Humanoid ‘Pepper’ Appears in Britain’s Parliament
By Bryan Lynn17 October, 2018A robot appeared with British lawmakers earlier this week to demonstrate how machines are being engineered to a...
Study: Bees Went Silent During Total Solar Eclipse
By Bryan Lynn14 October, 2018On August 21, 2017, millions of people across America stopped what they were doing to observe a total solar ecl...
Study Says the Brain Remembers Thousands of Faces
By Anne Ball14 October, 2018Some people claim they "never forget a face." But what does that saying mean? Is there really no limit to the ...
Google Launches New Phones, Tablet, Home Hub
By Bryan Lynn10 October, 2018Google has launched the latest versions of its Pixel smartphone, as well as a new tablet computer and a smart h...
Scientists Warn of Disastrous Global Warming in Near Future
By Caty Weaver09 October, 2018The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is warning that the world is heating faste...
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...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Two Presidents, Too Little Food for Venezuelans
60 Dead, 300 Missing After Dam Collapse in Brazil
US Official: Talks with Taliban Bring Sides Closer to Ending Afghan War
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US to Offer Nuclear Waste Technology to Other Countries
‘Octopus Whisperer’ Feels Close Connection to Sea Creatures
Huge Space Rocks Are Hitting Earth Twice as Often as Before
Scientists Set Doomsday Clock to Two Minutes to Midnight
Scientists Produce Gene-Edited Chickens to Stop Spread of Flu Virus
'Don't Cry Over Spilt Milk'
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
American Stories - Short Story: ‘The Lady, or the Tiger?’
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