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By Jeanna Bryner and Denise Chow On Monday, Aug. 21, the Great American Eclipse will give those in the United States a rare sight — the...

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By David Montgomery and Manny Fernandez AUSTIN, Tex. — A bill to restrict which bathroom transgender people can use in public buildings and schools died...

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By Hemant Mehta Earlier today, in response to Donald Trump‘s support of white nationalist groups and his bizarre Nazi-approved press conference, the Council on Strategic and...

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By the Editors of Nature Physicians like to say that average patients do not exist. Yet medicine depends on them as clinical trials seek statistical...

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By Timothy Revell Tiny robotic drug deliveries could soon be treating diseases inside your body. For the first time, micromotors – autonomous vehicles the width of...

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By Daniel Clery From exoplanet atmospheres to the dynamics of galaxies to the stretch marks left by the big bang, the three finalists in a...

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By Saba Aziz Blasphemy and accusations of the crime have led to the deaths of dozens of people in Pakistan since 1990. Rights groups have repeatedly criticised and...

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By Michael Stone Prominent Ku Klux Klan leader says “I’m glad that girl died” during the Virginia protest, promises more violence in the future. Justin Moore, the...

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By Philip J. Senter Mainstream geologists and biologists accept the abundant physical evidence that the Earth is billions of years old; that all organisms are evolutionary...

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By Oliver Milman Staff at the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) have been told to avoid using the term climate change in their work, with the...

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By Ross Pomeroy Chiropractic, homeopathy, acupuncture, juice diets, and other forms of unproven alternative medicine cannot cure cancer, no matter what some quacks might claim. Unfortunately, vulnerable...

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By Mika McKinnon t’s stiflingly hot and I’m trapped inside a dome of smoke. I know I’m in a river valley nestled within mountain ranges,...