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Team USA’s Women Just Won America’s First
It was a shocking upset victory for Team USA... >
Plants have been around for 100 million years longer than scientists thought, new research suggests
Previous assumptions about the age of ancient plant species is being thrown into question today, as new research suggests that flora took root here on Eart... >
Huge 10.5
Astronomers have confirmed that a huge cosmic explosion—which took place 10.5 billion years ago—is the most distant supernova ever detected. When mass... >
Trump Wants to Turn Space Into a Free
America’s regulations for off-planet activity were written in the 1980s. They’re about to be remade with a capitalist bent.... >
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Robert Mueller's Indictment Could Be a Win for Russia's Trolls
As well as providing a blueprint for their methods, the indictment may further diminish public trust in platforms that provide information... >
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Florida Lawmakers Vote Against Taking Up Bill to Ban Assault Weapons
"They're voting to have shootings continually happen," said Noah Kaufman, 16... >
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Students Calling for Gun Control Can't Vote Yet. But Age Hasn't Stopped Young Activists in the Past
"A little child shall lead them," said civil-rights pioneer Barbara Johns... >
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The Selfie Olympics Are Making a Hilarious Comeback for the 2018 Winter Games
The Internet is reviving its favorite Olympics pastime... >
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Fresh off Falcon Heavy, Elon Musk to launch broadband test satellites
Fresh off Falcon Heavy, Elon Musk to launch broadband test satellites... >
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At 'listening session' on school shootings, Trump urges giving teachers guns
At a White House “listening session” on school shootings Wednesday, President Trump argued that arming teachers and staff was potentially the best way ... >
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After Parkland, a new generation finds its voice
On a bus to Tallahassee on Florida’s State Road 91 on Tuesday, Drew Schwartz sits with a scrum of fellow students planning the logistics of their march o... >