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By Chelsea HarveyA former National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientist has reopened a contentious debate over the validity of a key agency climate change...

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By Julia RosenAs the Arctic slipped into the half-darkness of autumn last year, it seemed to enter the Twilight Zone. In the span of...

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By Steven NovellaDespite our many political differences, here is one topic about which the United States and Russia should be able to completely agree...

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By Jesse EmspakFor decades, astronomers have tracked black holes with masses millions of times that of the sun, as well as those with tens...

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By Victoria Gill Scientists who spent years listening to the communication calls of one of our closest ape relatives say their eavesdropping has shed light...

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By Victoria Gill The death of more than 2,000 critically endangered Saiga antelope in Mongolia was caused by a disease that could now threaten the...

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By Katie Thomas President Trump’s vow to overhaul the Food and Drug Administration could bring major changes in policy, including steps to accelerate the process...

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By Amy Harmon and Henry Fountain Michael Eisen, an evolutionary biologist, is among the elite of American scientists, with a tenured position at the University of...

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By Ewen CallawayAny insect unlucky enough to land on the mouth-like leaves of an Australian pitcher plant will meet a grisly end. The plant's...

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By Tania LombrozoThis Sunday, Feb. 12, is Darwin Day, an international day of celebration commemorating the birth of Charles Darwin and his contributions to...