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The Woman Harassed by the Capital Gazette Shooter Felt ‘Traumatized and Terrorized’
The alleged shooter had a grudge against the Gazette for reporting on his harassment case... >
Drinking Coffee May Help You Live Longer, Study Says
Whether it's caffeinated, decaf, ground or instant... >
Honeybees finding it harder to eat at America's bee hot spot
WASHINGTON (AP) — Bees are having a much harder time finding food in the region known as America's last honeybee refuge, a new federal study found.... >
Satellite Images Show North Korea Is Expanding a Missile
The expansion efforts came after the North Korean leader made a similar denuclearization pledge during his April 27th meeting with South Korean President M... >
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Japan’s Latest Attempt at Private Spaceflight Fails on Liftoff
The MOMO-2 was funded by Takafumi Horie, Japan's would-be Elon Musk.... >
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Seattle bans plastic straws, utensils at restaurants, bars
Looking for a plastic straw to sip your soda? Neither are plastic utensils in the latest push to reduce waste and prevent marine plastic pollution. Seatt... >
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A Youth Soccer Team Has Been Trapped in a Thai Cave for More Than a Week. Here's Why It's Taking So Long to Find Them
More than a thousand people are trying to rescue the 12 boys and their coach... >
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SpaceX Capsule Brings AI Robot to Space Station
A SpaceX capsule arrived at the International Space Station carrying an Artificial Intelligence robot on Monday. The robot Cimon is slightly bigger than a ... >
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Tear it up on Mars in ‘Red Rover,’ the driving sim built on NASA data
During the festive holiday season in 2016, Alan Chan spent his week’s vacation time off work exploring Mars. In virtual reality, at least. And thanks to ... >
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Brits Are Running Low on Crumpets and Beer as CO2 in Short Supply
A shortage of carbon dioxide has disrupted beer and crumpet production in Britain, coinciding with summer heat and the World Cup.... >
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French director red
A French director said Monday he would abandon filming at a Mediterranean wetlands after a pilot sparked a panic among a huge flock of pink flamingos, caus... >