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He was a Muslim man with a long beard, a desire to kill, and no plans to survive his attack. He rapidly approached his...

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He was a Muslim man with a long beard, a desire to kill, and no plans to survive his attack. He rapidly approached his...

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Since rocketing into space in 2009, NASA’s planet-hunting Kepler space telescope has discovered more than 5,700 confirmed or candidate worlds, in the process reshaping...

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Several high-profile cases of law enforcement officers using deadly force against civilians within the past year have politicians, police and researchers looking for ways...

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The world's ice is in trouble. Based on paleoclimate records, observations of the world today and computer models, a warming ocean is speeding the...

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APPLIED PHYSICS LABORATORY, Laurel, Md.—Etched by canyons, crinkled by mountains, and cleansed of craters, the surface of Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, are...

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Why did the tiny nematode worm cross the road? Well, for all the usual reasons. But a more interesting question is “how did it...

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On July 10 in Paris a gathering of nearly 2,000 scientists and academics reaffirmed what most climate scientists have been saying for decades: The...

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In 1982 the ground beneath the Italian port town of Pozzuoli, near Naples, began to swell. In the next two years, the town rose...