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Culture: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani - Akbar Salehi
Iran vowed revenge on Israel after the blackout at its Natanz nuclear facility.
Iran vowed revenge on Israel after the blackout at its Natanz nuclear facility.
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Politics: Secretary Lloyd Austin - Washington Times
The apparent cyberattack that temporarily shut down power at Iran’s top uranium enrichment facility over the weekend…
The apparent cyberattack that temporarily shut down power at Iran’s top uranium enrichment facility over the weekend will not derail the Biden administration’s hopes to restart talks with Tehran on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, U.S.
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Politics: Planet Labs - centrifuges - grid
…warning that it would avenge the assault.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran on Monday blamed Israel for a sabotage attack on its underground Natanz nuclear facility that damaged the centrifuges it uses to enrich uranium there, warning that it would avenge the assault.
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Planet Labs - centrifuges - grid - electrical
…over the tattered atomic accord with world powers.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran’s underground Natanz nuclear facility lost power Sunday just hours after starting up new advanced centrifuges capable of enriching uranium faster, the latest incident to strike the site amid negotiations over the tattered atomic accord with world powers.
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Science: Perseverance Mars - Robert Hogg - Ingenuity - robotic
…the deputy surface mission manager for the Mars 2020 program.
NASA's plan to launch the Ingenuity on Sunday has been decades in the making, says Robert Hogg, the deputy surface mission manager for the Mars 2020 program.
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News: COVID-friendly
The drive-through adventure is a COVID-friendly thing for families to do.
The drive-through adventure is a COVID-friendly thing for families to do.
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Behrouz Kamalvandi - above-ground - Planet Labs
But Iran stopped short of directly blaming anyone for the incident.
But Iran stopped short of directly blaming anyone for the incident.
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Yuri Gagarin - comrades - Goodbye - Crushed
…cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin saw flames outside his spacecraft and prepared to die.
MOSCOW — Crushed into the pilot's seat by heavy G-forces, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin saw flames outside his spacecraft and prepared to die.
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Science: Langley Research - Washington Times - capsule
…mission’s goal of returning to the moon with a female astronaut.
NASA on Tuesday appeared to successfully conduct a key water landing test on a model of its Orion spacecraft as part of the Artemis mission’s goal of returning to the moon with a female astronaut.
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Politics: United States - foundering - delicate - vienna
VIENNA — Officials from five world powers began a new effort Tuesday to try to bring…
VIENNA — Officials from five world powers began a new effort Tuesday to try to bring the United States back into the foundering 2015 nuclear deal they signed with Iran, a delicate diplomatic dance that needs to balance the...
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Science: George Petras - Ramon Padilla - USA TODAY
Helicopter's historic flight attempt will be a Wright…
Helicopter's historic flight attempt will be a Wright brothers' moment on another planet
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Science: USA TODAY Network - Cincinnati Enquirer - depths
…ocean – each one to depths of more than 35,000 feet.
A businessman and entrepreneur is scheduled to make two dives to the deepest part of the ocean – each one to depths of more than 35,000 feet.
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Culture: AMC Boston Common - writer-director - Rated PG-13
MOVIE REVIEW “VOYAGERS” Rated PG-13. At AMC Boston Common, AMC South Bay and suburban theaters. Grade: C From writer-…
MOVIE REVIEW “VOYAGERS” Rated PG-13. At AMC Boston Common, AMC South Bay and suburban theaters. Grade: C From writer-director Neil Burger comes another young adult science-fict…
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Science: Clemente Biomechanics - 90-degree - vertical - X
…but sticking to and traveling up 90-degree surfaces presents unique challenges.
Researchers have created a robotic lizard that can scale vertical walls just like the actual animal. Robots have been able to climb stairs and travel up hills for years, but sticking to and traveling up 90-degree surfaces presents unique challenges.
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News: Collins Boulevard - teaming - transformation - 1302
The University of Texas at Dallas is teaming up with the City of Richardson on what is…
The University of Texas at Dallas is teaming up with the City of Richardson on what is hoped to be a transformational project. The planned development will...
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Science: mathematician - circulating - cracking - 50-pound
…German codes is credited with helping to shorten World War II.
The design will start circulating on June 23, the birthday of the mathematician whose work cracking German codes is credited with helping to shorten World War II.
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Jason Wambsgans - Chicago Tribune - Ben Soloway
Quantum technology is starting to seep out of academic labs…
Quantum technology is starting to seep out of academic labs and into the real world. The technology seeks to harness the peculiar laws of quantum mechanics to build more powerful tools for processing information.
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planet-warming - Georges Bank - ecosystems - carbon
…releases as much planet-warming carbon each year as global aviation.
Among the surprising findings in a new paper on marine ecosystems: Trawling releases as much planet-warming carbon each year as global aviation.
…Egypt (archive) since the tomb of the boy king Tutankhamen, an archaeological mission said Thursday. Marc RyckaertiSeattletimes
Science: archaeological - Tutankhamen - outstretched - Luxor
…year-old lost golden city has been unearthed in the southern city of Luxor,…
A 3,000-year-old lost golden city has been unearthed in the southern city of Luxor, a discovery that could be the most significant find in Egypt since the tomb of the boy king Tutankhamen, an archaeological mission said Thursday.
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Science: stellar - pitchers
…yet the team is only 2-2 in those games because of a lack of run production.
Brewers starting pitchers have allowed just one hit four times, yet the team is only 2-2 in those games because of a lack of run production.
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Natural Resources - fade-out - storing
Two former directors of the state Department of Natural Resources call for a gradual fade-out of all logging on state…
Two former directors of the state Department of Natural Resources call for a gradual fade-out of all logging on state forest lands. The proposal would put the state on the leading edge of research on using big trees for storing...
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Science: supercomputer - Biden - curbs - determination
…only strengthen China's determination” to invent its own.
BEIJING — China's government on Friday criticized the Biden administration's curbs on access to U.S. technology for its supercomputer developers and said sanctions only strengthen China's determination” to invent its own.
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Crime: Planet Labs - La Soufriere - Caribbean
…pounds of illegally dumped radioactive fracking (illustration) waste in an Eastern Oregon landfill. US Environmental Protection AgencySeattletimes
Science: Eastern Oregon - landfill - 284
…waste in an Eastern Oregon landfill.
An Oregon state agency has chosen to leave millions of pounds of illegally dumped radioactive fracking waste in an Eastern Oregon landfill.
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Science: Wright Flyer - swatch - CANAVERAL - Martian - fabric
…flight on another planet next month.
A piece of the Wright brothers’ first airplane is on Mars. NASA’s experimental Martian helicopter holds a small swatch of fabric from the 1903 Wright Flyer. The copter will attempt the first powered, controlled flight on another planet next month.
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geological - highpoint - lockdown - CO2 - emissions
Despite the lockdown resulting in a slight reduction…
Despite the lockdown resulting in a slight reduction in emissions, Earth is now at a geological highpoint for CO2
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Entertainment: Mike Carey - Courtney Lauren Penn
The 'Punisher' actor's series is written by Mike Carey.
The 'Punisher' actor's series is written by Mike Carey.
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Salon - illustration - genetic
Some Indigenous communities in South America…
Some Indigenous communities in South America share genetic ties with Indigenous communities from Australia
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Science: Standard Model - particle - upend
A particle physics experiment could upend the Standard Model of physics.
A particle physics experiment could upend the Standard Model of physics. But some physicists think it may be a fluke. Here's why
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Science: vaccinated - COVID - mask
Paul argues against mask recommendations for people who have had COVID or have been…
Paul argues against mask recommendations for people who have had COVID or have been vaccinated against it
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phosphorus - loads - loose - useful
Reducing phosphorus loads into lakes is a key way society has managed water quality. But what happens when quagga…
Reducing phosphorus loads into lakes is a key way society has managed water quality. But what happens when quagga mussels make that less useful?
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Science: Perseverance rover - NASA’s Ingenuity - depicts
How a rare area of bipartisan agreement could…
How a rare area of bipartisan agreement could help NASA's bottom line
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Michelle Nijhuis - Beloved Beasts - Plains Bison
Michelle Nijhuis traces the evolution…
Michelle Nijhuis traces the evolution of modern efforts to protect threatened species in Beloved Beasts
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Science: Israel Museum - Muammar Awad - archaeologists
…Researchers tell Salon what the scrolls…
More pieces to the puzzle: Researchers tell Salon what the scrolls say about humanity's past
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typing - microphone - keyboard - dictation - tool
…more things with less effort. Here’s how to get things done with more talking and less typing.
A virtual assistant is just one tool that lets you use your voice to share your thoughts, capture a moment or do more things with less effort. Here’s how to get things done with more talking and less typing.
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Science: government-funded - risk-taking - arrogant
…still excels in a lot of areas. But my message to my fellow Americans is: We now have to return to and commit even more...
My message to China is: Be careful. Some of your diplomats sound awfully arrogant. America still excels in a lot of areas. But my message to my fellow Americans is: We now have to return to and commit even more...
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Science: hexagonal - pastel - beamed - hues - phenomena
Last week in Alaska, Aurora danced overhead in pale pastel hues, while pillars of light anchored to the ground beamed…
Last week in Alaska, Aurora danced overhead in pale pastel hues, while pillars of light anchored to the ground beamed into the night sky. The phenomena depends, among other things, on hexagonal ice crystals and solar winds.
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Science: Los Angeles International Airport - Inglewood
LOS ANGELES — A 4.0 magnitude earthquake gave the Los Angeles area a jolt before dawn Monday.
LOS ANGELES — A 4.0 magnitude earthquake gave the Los Angeles area a jolt before dawn Monday.
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Science: pescatarians - veggies - reading - farmed - eating
Pescatarians take note: Farmed fish are eating more veggies and less wild fish, according to new research.
Pescatarians take note: Farmed fish are eating more veggies and less wild fish, according to new research. That’s good news for nature.
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Science: deterrents - reveals - Australian Shark Attack File
…lives, a new study on shark bites reveals.
Beachgoers wearing electronic technology while in the water could potentially save their lives, a new study on shark bites reveals.
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Crime: puzzles - quirk - theories - consistently - alike
…answer is lying in plain sight.
Americans advance a lot of theories for why they have so many more gun deaths than other countries do. The answer is lying in plain sight.
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Korean Central News Agency - shortcomings - Hwasong
…but much of its equipment is old and obsolete.
The country has one of the largest standing armies in the world, but much of its equipment is old and obsolete. North Korea has sought to make up for those shortcomings by building nuclear weapons.
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Science: electro-magnetic - Benjamin Franklin - horrific
…vulnerable to an electro-magnetic pulse and, should such an event occur, the consequences would be horrific.
The fact is that America’s electric power grid and much of its critical infrastructure today is totally vulnerable to an electro-magnetic pulse and, should such an event occur, the consequences would be horrific.
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Eductaion: Go Viral - misinformation - psychologists - spawned
…people to eschew masks, social distancing and vaccines.
As the world struggles to break the grip of COVID-19, psychologists and misinformation experts are studying why the pandemic spawned so many conspiracy theories, which have led people to eschew masks, social distancing and vaccines.
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Science: NASA’s Perseverance - Ingenuity - depicting
…which is also preparing for its main science mission.
The experimental vehicle named Ingenuity traveled to the red planet with the Perseverance rover, which is also preparing for its main science mission.
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poised - consumption
Plastic consumption by fish is rising — and is poised only…
Plastic consumption by fish is rising — and is poised only to continue to do so
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Crime: Iranian Foreign Ministry - President Donald Trump
…2018 under President Donald Trump.
Washington pulled out of the deal unilaterally in 2018 under President Donald Trump.
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Science: better-for-you - booze - investigated
…for-you booze? We investigated
Is there really such a thing as better-for-you booze? We investigated
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slow-motion - National Weather - meteors
…they were the burning remains of rocket bits…
Bright lights lit up Pacific Northwest skies on Thursday night, but they weren't a string of slow-motion falling stars or meteors. Instead, they were the burning remains of rocket bits dropping back into Earth's atmosphere.
Science: long-standing - warnings - infrastructure - rely
…Service's technology infrastructure, which is struggling to keep up with the demand for information.
A major, systemwide internet failure Tuesday morning was just the latest example of systemic, long-standing issues with the National Weather Service's technology infrastructure, which is struggling to keep up with the demand for information.
Science: West Chester University - 13-year-old - provost
The CDC and WHO have both said handling food that has the COVIID-19 virus is not the main way the virus is spread
The CDC and WHO have both said handling food that has the COVIID-19 virus is not the main way the virus is spread
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Science: Chris Sembroski - Proctor - Inspiration
…civilian Inspiration 4 mission launching from Florida later this year.
Sian Proctor and Chris Sembroski were selected to fly on SpaceX's all-civilian Inspiration 4 mission launching from Florida later this year.
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Crime: predators - lurk - shallow - tagged - Cape Cod
Great white sharks off Cape Cod are more likely to lurk along the shore…
Great white sharks off Cape Cod are more likely to lurk along the shore at night during the new moon, as the lower light levels help the predators attack seals, according to Cape shark researchers.
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Fahrenheit - shoreline - erosion
Lake Michigan is warming by about 0.11 degrees Fahrenheit each decade.
Lake Michigan is warming by about 0.11 degrees Fahrenheit each decade. That could spell disaster for fish populations and shoreline erosion.
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Science: whenever - fiction - assess
Whenever you hear about a new bit of science news, these tips will help you assess…
Whenever you hear about a new bit of science news, these tips will help you assess whether it's fact or fiction
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Science: pandemic
Michael’s top concern was Katya’s health. “Secondary, I thought: Are we going…
Michael’s top concern was Katya’s health. “Secondary, I thought: Are we going to have enough room? How are we going to manage in the middle of a pandemic?”
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Science: Glynn Jr - guiding - onboard - Apollo - spacecraft
…when their spacecraft was rocked by an explosion en route to the moon, and for helping guide them home.
He was hailed for leading the rescue of Apollo 13 astronauts when their spacecraft was rocked by an explosion en route to the moon, and for helping guide them home.
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Science: Erik Verduzco Las Vegas Review-Journal - module
…founder of Bigelow Aerospace, at the Bigelow Aerospace headquarters in North Las Vegas, March 12, 2015.
By Jonathan Ng / Las Vegas Review-Journal Bill Gerstenmaier, left, associate administrator of space operations for NASA, speaks during a press conference on the expandable space Bigelow Expandable Activity Module with Robert Bigelow, founder of Bigelow Aerospace, at the Bigelow Aerospace headquarters in North Las Vegas, March 12, 2015.
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Science: versatile - chores
These versatile cloths will change the way you clean
These versatile cloths will change the way you clean
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Science: World Health Organization - long-awaited - COVID-19
BEIJING — Chinese officials briefed diplomats Friday on the ongoing research into the origin of COVID-19, ahead of the…
BEIJING — Chinese officials briefed diplomats Friday on the ongoing research into the origin of COVID-19, ahead of the expected release of a long-awaited report from the World Health Organization.
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Science: rebirth - ingredients - celebrate - kitchen
…make a fun and festive way to celebrate.
Using ingredients straight from your kitchen, these dyed Easter eggs make a fun and festive way to celebrate.
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News: birds-of-paradise - rethink - ludicrously
…making scientists rethink evolution.
How the beauty of animals is making scientists rethink evolution.
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Entertainment: Academy Award - Gary Cooper - Chatel-Chehery
York netted Gary Cooper a best actor…
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The World War I exploits of Sgt. Alvin C. York netted Gary Cooper a best actor Academy Award and Pennsylvania state Sen. Doug Mastriano a degree, a book deal — and academic backlash. Mastriano had a...
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Science: Cretaceous Period - Oscar Sanisidro - Aquilolamna
WASHINGTON — About 93 million years ago, a bizarre plankton-eating shark shaped unlike any other known marine…
WASHINGTON — About 93 million years ago, a bizarre plankton-eating shark shaped unlike any other known marine creature glided through the sea in what is now…
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transplants
The research could lead to tear gland transplants for patients who suffer from dry eye
The research could lead to tear gland transplants for patients who suffer from dry eye
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Science: behind-the-scenes - biochemistry - coronavirus
Behind some of The Times’s vital…
Behind some of The Times’s vital journalism on the coronavirus is a reporter who speaks seven languages, holds a master’s degree in biochemistry and, OK, has a weakness for “Bridgerton.”
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Science: NASA Goddard Institute - The Biden - Gavin Schmidt
…Biden’s pledge to focus on climate policy.
Gavin Schmidt, a leading climate scientist, will fill a newly created job of climate adviser to NASA, in a prominent example of Biden’s pledge to focus on climate policy.
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Culture: sequestration - transforming - sustainable - carbon
Companies are trying to prove that conservation,…
Companies are trying to prove that conservation, sustainable fishing and carbon sequestration are profitable.
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Health: Silicon Valley - Trump Plaza Casino - playbook
…other tips from the Silicon Valley playbook.
Recast your past failures at successes, engage in meaningless optics, and other tips from the Silicon Valley playbook.
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Science: Charles Lloyd - Tune-Yards - Marvels
…Lloyd & The Marvels go deeper with their southern roots, but Tune-Yards don't sound like themselves.
In other new releases, Charles Lloyd & The Marvels go deeper with their southern roots, but Tune-Yards don't sound like themselves.
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astronomers - McDowell - Falcon - aliens
Awe and mystery arrived on a trail of fire last night over the Pacific Northwest,…
Awe and mystery arrived on a trail of fire last night over the Pacific Northwest, but the explanation was not aliens or missiles. Some astronomers tracking space debris could have told you it was coming, though not where.
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then-FirstEnergy Corp - davis-besse - Oak Harbor
Congressional Democrats want no part in expanding nuclear energy, even as they contemplate large-…
Congressional Democrats want no part in expanding nuclear energy, even as they contemplate large-scale and radical measures to tackle climate change.
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Science: Michigan State University - Terry Himes - 30-year
Terry Himes, a Grand Ledge native, has worked on dozens of NASA missions over a 30-year career, culminating in the…
Terry Himes, a Grand Ledge native, has worked on dozens of NASA missions over a 30-year career, culminating in the Perseverance rover's landing
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Science: Joe Biden - enrollment - doubling
…length of an unprecedented extra enrollment period launched last month.
The president announced Tuesday that the federal insurance marketplace will remain open for consumers to buy Affordable Care Act health plans through mid-August, doubling the length of an unprecedented extra enrollment period launched last month.
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Science: The Google Effect - altering - precisely
Google is changing your brain, study says, and don’t you forget it
Google is changing your brain, study says, and don’t you forget it
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Science: sanitized - protocols - tracing - experiencing
…worked in the building tested positive.
The downtown museum will remain closed through April 2 after an employee who worked in the building tested positive.
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Science: meteorites - blasting - unlocked - bolts - minerals
…ingredients for life on Earth to begin.
Prior to this study, it had been thought that meteorites provided the needed ingredients for life on Earth to begin.
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Magic Kingdom
…will be conducted through April 23.
Disney is testing\u00a0a new way for visitors to enter Magic Kingdom through facial recognition. Testing will be conducted through April 23.
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Science: Sherry Turkle - Peter Urban - erosion - memoir
…Turkle describes her own intellectual journey toward her specialty: the erosion of human feeling in our digital age.
In her memoir, “The Empathy Diaries,” Sherry Turkle describes her own intellectual journey toward her specialty: the erosion of human feeling in our digital age.
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Science: Endangered Among - streaming - Discovery Channel
The shows celebrating our planet will air across Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and the subscription streaming…
The shows celebrating our planet will air across Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and the subscription streaming service discovery .
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Entertainment: 17
Researchers from the cybersecurity company McAfee said they discovered a likely Chinese espionage campaign…
Researchers from the cybersecurity company McAfee said they discovered a likely Chinese espionage campaign targeting telecommunication companies.
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Science: Carl Zimmer - constitutes - examines - define
In “Life’s Edge,” Carl Zimmer examines the many scientific attempts to define what it is that exactly constitutes life.
In “Life’s Edge,” Carl Zimmer examines the many scientific attempts to define what it is that exactly constitutes life.
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Science: Greg Stanton - aboveground - billowing - marveled
government following uranium mining and…
There’s a renewed push for compensation from the U.S. government following uranium mining and nuclear testing carried out during the Cold War
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Science: cross-border - militaries - everest - dablam
…even as their countries’ militaries clash
Cross-border teams of scientists collaborate on climate models, even as their countries’ militaries clash
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Science: President Joe Biden - Bill Nelson - CANAVERAL
…before the Challenger accident to lead NASA.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — President Joe Biden has chosen a former senator from Florida who flew on the space shuttle right before the Challenger accident to lead NASA. Biden on Friday announced his intent to nominate Bill Nelson as...
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Science: National Weather Service - White Lake - borealis
…u00a0Michigan's Upper Peninsula\u00a0this past Friday and Saturday.
The northern lights, also known as aurora borealis,\u00a0appeared in\u00a0Michigan's Upper Peninsula\u00a0this past Friday and Saturday.
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Crime: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency - scope
public and private researchers are about to get an unprecedented look…
U.S. public and private researchers are about to get an unprecedented look at the scope of China’s military buildup.
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Science: cigar-shaped - extrasolar - astronomers - pancake
A piece of an extrasolar Pluto may have passed through our cosmic neighborhood, a new study suggests.
A piece of an extrasolar Pluto may have passed through our cosmic neighborhood, a new study suggests.
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Science: now-standard - instant-read - cookbooks - blending
…reflects the team's expertise on ingredients and techniques.
The King Arthur Baking Company's cookbooks excel at blending art and science to teach baking principles. Its latest book, The King Arthur Baking Company’s All-Purpose Baker’s Companion, reflects the team's expertise on ingredients and techniques.
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Science: Prince Harry - revelations - shocking - duchess
According to Gayle King, Meghan and Harry had a backup plan for their interview with Oprah,…
According to Gayle King, Meghan and Harry had a backup plan for their interview with Oprah, should Prince Philip's health have worsened.
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spectacle - boutique
Spectacle Society is a new optical boutique in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood that is focusing on an…
Spectacle Society is a new optical boutique in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood that is focusing on an inclusive and accessible shopping experience.
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Science: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital - 50-year
…Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and Rutgers University.
Her 50-year career was highlighted by work at the University of Pennsylvania, Hahnemann Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and Rutgers University.
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fossil - depicting - Charon
Measurements from beyond Pluto shed light on the fossil record of our universe
Measurements from beyond Pluto shed light on the fossil record of our universe
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Politics: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Natural Resources
La Crosse mayor Tim Kabat last year declined to offer bottled water to more residents of French…
La Crosse mayor Tim Kabat last year declined to offer bottled water to more residents of French Island, despite a suggestion from the DNR
Culture: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency - one-man
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is taking another crack at personal flying devices,…
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is taking another crack at personal flying devices, inviting companies to send their proposals for developing and demonstrating “novel or unique approaches to personal battlefield mobility.”