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By Laura Geggel A thirsty chameleon that perished during its desperate search for water may no longer be of this world, but its mummy —...

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By Sam Wong Eggs is eggs, but some are round while others are long and pointy – and now we finally know why. It’s all...

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By Gabriel Popkin An analysis of four icy bodies discovered in the outer Solar System reveals no sign that they are being influenced by a large,...

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By Hemant Mehta Earlier this week, a judge in Florida ruled that a giant government-sponsored Christian cross in Pensacola had to come down. It was clearly...

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By Leah Crane LISA is a go. After decades of development and delays, the European Space Agency has given the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna mission, designed...

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By Trudy Ring If you listen to anti-LGBT politicians and activists, you’d think Americans are clamoring for “turn away the gays” laws — but a...

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By Traci Watson Quick, huge and deadly, the common hippo is the king of Africa’s rivers. Now fossils suggest that hippos assumed power swiftly and that changes...

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By Tom DiChristopher Energy Secretary Rick Perry told CNBC on Monday he does not believe carbon dioxide emissions from human activity are the main driver of climate change,...

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By Jordan Pearson Craig Venter thinks that sending living organisms to other galaxies on spaceships is "definitely" science fiction. It's much more realistic, he thinks,...

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By Michelle McQuigge Students at an Ontario Catholic school board will soon have more flexibility to opt out of religious courses and programs thanks to...