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Science: Florida-based Feld - Ringling Bros - three-ring
UMass Amherst is eyeing growth opportunities fueled by a pair of major financing initiatives.
UMass Amherst is eyeing growth opportunities fueled by a pair of major financing initiatives. The university on Wednesday announced that a $75 million commitment from the state, combined with a $30…
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Science: pixar - animated
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See the trailer for Pixar/Disney's \
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Health: shocking - uncooperative - disentangling - horrific
…even built a computerized model blob.
“It was pretty horrific and pretty shocking, but also kind of beautiful,” says one scientist of a blackworm blob. Blobbing is how some worms mush together to protect and move themselves. Researchers even built a computerized model blob.
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Entertainment: 90-year-old - uncharacteristic - loquacious - slack
William Shatner was at a loss for words.
William Shatner was at a loss for words. It was an uncharacteristic state of affairs for the loquacious 90-year-old actor, recording artist and TV pitchman, although cut him some slack. He had just been rocketed more than 65 miles into...
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Mark Milley - Financial Times - nuclear-capable
…chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,…
Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was the first Pentagon official to confirm on the record the nature of a test this year by the Chinese military that the Financial Times had reported was a nuclear-capable...
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Science: land-based - catastrophe - ecology - masks - arsenal
America's aging arsenal of land-based nuclear missiles could far…
America's aging arsenal of land-based nuclear missiles could far too easily lead to total climate catastrophe
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Science: low-vision - accessibility - Marilyn Nieves - blind
The finding is a win for education accessibility for blind and low-vision students
The finding is a win for education accessibility for blind and low-vision students
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Science: Washington Times - Metaxas - arises
Conservative evangelical author Eric Metaxas doesn’t hold back when the question of atheism arises.
Conservative evangelical author Eric Metaxas doesn’t hold back when the question of atheism arises.
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Culture: headphones - consoles - laptops - understands
…game consoles and more.
Top present picks for teen boys including laptops, headphones, game consoles and more.
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Science: March-2F Y12 - Shenzhou-12 - Jiuquan - astronauts
…according to an Air Force report.
China’s People’s Liberation Army is building and deploying an array of space warfare tools, from anti-satellite missiles to cyber weapons, that will be used to dominate earth by controlling space, according to an Air Force report.
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Science: World Meteorological Organization - pandemic-related
…faster rate than the annual average for the last decade.
The World Meteorological Organization reports that greenhouse gas concentrations hit a new record high last year and increased at a faster rate than the annual average for the last decade.
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Health: Dallas Institute - fourth-largest - Dallas Summit
North Texas is the fourth-largest metropolitan region in…
North Texas is the fourth-largest metropolitan region in the U.S., a dynamic area where growth has been spurred by a robust, diversified economy....
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Science: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - cataclysmic
…late stage would be to try to use a nuclear explosive to obliterate it.
One day, astronomers may spot an asteroid months away from a cataclysmic rendezvous with Earth. Our only chance of survival at such a late stage would be to try to use a nuclear explosive to obliterate it.
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Entertainment: Kirsty Wigglesworth - Garden House - Peterborough
LONDON — Celebrities will join Prince William in London on Sunday for the…
LONDON — Celebrities will join Prince William in London on Sunday for the inaugural awards ceremony of his Earthshot Prize, an ambitious environmental program aiming to find new ideas and technologies around the world to tackle climate change and Earth’s most pressing challenges.
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Science: Princeton University’s James Madison Program - ripped
The professor who was disinvited to speak at MIT gave his science lecture to a massive audience on Thursday,…
The professor who was disinvited to speak at MIT gave his science lecture to a massive audience on Thursday, as a Princeton University program director ripped MIT for the Cambridge university’…
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Science: husband-and-wife - timber-framed - archaeologists
…would come to be known as Newfoundland.
By studying tree rings and using a dash of astrophysics, researchers have pinned down a precise year that settlers from Europe were on land that would come to be known as Newfoundland.
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Science: archaeologists - Mediterranean - salvaged
…experts say dates back to the Crusaders.
Israeli archaeologists say a scuba diver has salvaged an ancient sword off the country's Mediterranean coast that experts say dates back to the Crusaders.
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Culture: nuclear-capable - NASA’s Wallops Island - sounding
Researchers on Wednesday launched a salvo…
Researchers on Wednesday launched a salvo of rockets from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia as part of the Pentagon’s push to develop advanced hypersonic technologies.
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erupting - unaffected - crater - engulf
Officials say a volcano erupting for the past five weeks on the Spanish island of La…
Officials say a volcano erupting for the past five weeks on the Spanish island of La Palma is more active than ever.
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Entertainment: Moscow Mission Control Center - Anton Shkaplerov
…hour trip from the International Space Station.
MOSCOW — A Soyuz space capsule carrying a cosmonaut and two Russian filmmakers has landed after a 3 1/2-hour trip from the International Space Station.
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Science: Lake Tahoe - roiling - Firefighters - Oregon
Firefighters and numerous studies credit forest thinning projects with helping…
Firefighters and numerous studies credit forest thinning projects with helping save communities, but dissent from some environmental advocacy groups is roiling the scientific community. The debate came to a head over a fire in southern Oregon.
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Science: Korea Aerospace Research Institute - Yonhap - Nuri
SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea’s first domestically produced space rocket reached its desired altitude but failed…
SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea’s first domestically produced space rocket reached its desired altitude but failed to deliver a dummy payload into orbit in its first test launch on Thursday.
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Crime: Jonathan Toebbe - Diana Toebbe - Annapolis - searched
…the Justice Department said Sunday.
A Navy nuclear engineer with access to military secrets has been charged with trying to pass information about the design of American nuclear-powered submarines to someone he thought was a representative of a foreign government but who turned out to be an undercover FBI agent, the Justice Department said Sunday.
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News: hydroelectric - exacerbating - wildfires - mega
…generation and mega wildfires.
Experts say climate change is exacerbating Western drought, raising concerns about food prices, hydroelectric generation and mega wildfires.
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Science: disease-ridden - Rosemary Mosco - bird-watcher
…watcher Rosemary Mosco explains why…
Their reputation as disease-ridden is unwarranted — and author and bird-watcher Rosemary Mosco explains why pigeons deserve our attention
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Science: soaring - picking
…from advice about picking a college, to what space food is like.
Seattle-area STEM students with an interest in aerospace got to talk with an astronaut soaring in the International Space Station. They wanted to know everything, from advice about picking a college, to what space food is like.
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Science: Launch Center - Zhai Zhigang - Wang Yaping - crew
…says the second in command of the now 3-year-old U.S.
China is threatening to overtake the U.S. military as the most dominant force in space, says the second in command of the now 3-year-old U.S.
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Science: Boeing Starliner - valves - NASA - lengths
The Boeing Starliner capsule for NASA crews is now unlikely to have another…
The Boeing Starliner capsule for NASA crews is now unlikely to have another orbital flight test until the middle of next 2022. The aerospace giant is going to new lengths to investigate problems with the spacecraft’s fuel valves.
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half-century - Chris Boshuizen - Star Trek V
…That’s what this starship is all about.
“Risk is our business,” James T. Kirk once said. “That’s what this starship is all about. That’s why we’re aboard her.” More than a half-century later, the...
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borealis - Vikings - Gods - beautiful
…what those beautiful lights actually are.
The Northern Lights, or the Aurora Borealis. The Vikings thought it was a road to the Gods, but we now know exactly what those beautiful lights actually are.
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Science: Hell Creek - Burke Museum’s - Tyrannosaurus
…fossils from four dinosaurs in Montana.
This summer, a team including those from the Burke Museum and the University of Washington, excavated fossils from four dinosaurs in Montana. The public can watch paleontologists uncover the discovered dinosaurs through the Burke’s open-view lab.
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Science: Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge - short-lived - fall-like
Shelve the sweaters for at least a few more days. The fall-like weather in North Texas was short-lived as unseasonably…
Shelve the sweaters for at least a few more days. The fall-like weather in North Texas was short-lived as unseasonably warm temperatures return to the...
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Politics: pandemic - seafood - cooling - slammed - hurting
President Biden’s decision Friday to ban commercial fishing in an area about 150 miles off the coast was slammed for…
President Biden’s decision Friday to ban commercial fishing in an area about 150 miles off the coast was slammed for hurting the seafood industry just as the pandemic seems to be cooling. The…
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Science: Jacques Cousteau - AMC South Bay - PG - 20th
MOVIE REVIEW “BECOMING COUSTEAU” Rated PG-13. At AMC South Bay and suburban theaters. Grade: A- Was there a more…
MOVIE REVIEW “BECOMING COUSTEAU” Rated PG-13. At AMC South Bay and suburban theaters. Grade: A- Was there a more accomplished citizen of the 20th century than Jacques Cousteau? He was another Da Vi…
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Science: Environmental Protection - Stanley Young - stacked
…alleging it has illegally stacked a legally required panel of independent science advisors with agency cronies.
Statistician S. Stanley Young has just sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, alleging it has illegally stacked a legally required panel of independent science advisors with agency cronies.
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Science: Alice Bell - unfettered - traces - Undark - drastically
…Alice Bell traces the evolution of climate change and unfettered energy consumption.
In “Our Biggest Experiment,” Alice Bell traces the evolution of climate change and unfettered energy consumption.
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Entertainment: William Shatner - profound - frontier
William Shatner reached the final frontier with his trip to space. And why did millions of Americans quit their jobs…
William Shatner reached the final frontier with his trip to space. And why did millions of Americans quit their jobs in August? It's Wednesday's news.
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Science: baking - fussy - myth - precise
Your new favorite cake is even easier than a box mix
Your new favorite cake is even easier than a box mix
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Science: Voynich Manuscript - 16th - brilliant - mysterious
Some of the world's most brilliant minds have tried…
Some of the world's most brilliant minds have tried to crack the Voynich Manuscript — to no avail
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Science: Princeton University’s James Madison Program
…speak to a massive audience this week.
The professor whose lecture was canceled at MIT after backlash over his political views is now gearing up to speak to a massive audience this week.
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Entertainment: BBC Newscast - Earthshot Prize - showbiz - wallen
…he says we need to focus on our planet.
Prince William is noticing the spike in interest in space exploration but in a BBC Newscast interview, he says we need to focus on our planet.
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Science: United States - San Diego - crab - boundaries
Warmer waters allowed species to move far…
Warmer waters allowed species to move far past their usual northern boundaries
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Andy Cohen - Megan McCain - What Happens - vacancy
Bravo's Andy Cohen confronted McCain…
Bravo's Andy Cohen confronted McCain about hypocrisy in her book, who she wants to fill The View vacancy & more
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Science: Washington Times - unexplained - Gimbal - labeled
…they recounted their own personal experiences with unidentified craft decades ago.
‘A steady stream of high-profile UFO sightings by U.S. military personnel over the past 75 years warrant more scrutiny and should immediately spur serious congressional hearings, a group of retired Air Force officers said Tuesday as they recounted their own personal experiences with unidentified craft decades ago.
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Finance: Tesla CEO Elon Musk - self-adorned - Travis County
…jabbed at his rival Jeff Bezos by responding to a Twitter post with a silver medal emoji.
To celebrate his self-adorned gold medal, Elon Musk jokingly jabbed at his rival Jeff Bezos by responding to a Twitter post with a silver medal emoji.
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Science: insights - robotic - lunar - spacecraft
…back to Earth by a robotic spacecraft last year have provided new insights into ancient lunar volcanic activity.
A Chinese researcher says moon rocks brought back to Earth by a robotic spacecraft last year have provided new insights into ancient lunar volcanic activity.
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Entertainment: Captain Kirk - Blue Origin - second-ever
…ever Blue Origin human spaceflight,…
After completing the second-ever Blue Origin human spaceflight, William Shatner is officially the oldest person to fly in space at 90.
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spaceflight - refurbished - ballistic - fledgling
Elon Musk could become the world's first trillionaire.
Elon Musk could become the world's first trillionaire. It won't be from car company Tesla\u00a0— it'll likely be from his fledgling space startup SpaceX
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Science: Maryam Jami - jeopardy - anew - scholarship
…jeopardy and she is losing hope.
Maryam Jami, an Afghan student, was in the pipeline for a Fulbright scholarship. Now, her dream is in jeopardy and she is losing hope.
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Science: USS Oklahoma - enlisted - torpedoes - capsized
Arthur Thinnes enlisted in the Navy when he was 17.
Arthur Thinnes enlisted in the Navy when he was 17. He didn't survive a year.
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Science: underemployed - Jim Gaillard - unskilled - blight
…people to rehab homes and reduce neighborhood blight.
The program trains unemployed, underemployed and unskilled people to rehab homes and reduce neighborhood blight.
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National Weather Service - Chris Stumpf - coincides
…the chances of seeing both together this year are pretty slim.
The Hunter's moon coincides with the Orionid meteor shower. Unfortunately, the chances of seeing both together this year are pretty slim.
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Science: incinerate - Jupiter - throes - dwarf - dramatically
But the fate of more distant planets, such as Jupiter...
When our sun enters its death throes in about 5 billion years, it will incinerate our planet and then dramatically collapse into a dead ember known as a white dwarf. But the fate of more distant planets, such as Jupiter...
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Southern California - Huntington Beach - underwater
Oil has been washing up on Southern California beaches and wetlands all week since a…
Oil has been washing up on Southern California beaches and wetlands all week since a leak in an underwater pipeline from an offshore platform sent tens of thousands of gallons of heavy crude into the ocean waters
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Science: Beijing Winter Olympics - archaeological - sneaked
Three activists protesting human rights abuses in…
Three activists protesting human rights abuses in China have sneaked into the archaeological site where the flame lighting ceremony for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics is being held and ran toward the Temple of Hera holding a Tibetan flag and...
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Entertainment: Bezos Kent-based - Star Trek - reigniting - capsule
…s who is going up with him and how to watch.
Jeff Bezos’ Kent-based space company Blue Origin is set to launch William Shatner, the actor known best for his role in Star Trek to space. Here's who is going up with him and how to watch.
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Airshow China - Guangdong - replicas - Zhuhai
…whether the vehicle could be reused.
BEIJING — China said Monday its launch of a new spacecraft was merely a test to see whether the vehicle could be reused.
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COVID - sterilized - attracting
…serve in the armed forces.
The biggest challenge might be the one that nobody is talking about: The Pentagon’s difficulty in attracting enough qualified volunteers to serve in the armed forces.
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Science: William Shatner - Amazon Studios - sci-fi - echoes
Echoes of the show Star Trek can be found throughout Jeff Bezos' life,…
Echoes of the show Star Trek can be found throughout Jeff Bezos' life, including Wednesday's Blue Origin launch with William Shatner. Here's when the love affair started and what else
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meticulously - scrupulous - recounting - medieval
Meticulously researched and adapted, Ridley Scott’s “The Last Duel” is a scrupulous yet innovative recounting of…
Meticulously researched and adapted, Ridley Scott’s “The Last Duel” is a scrupulous yet innovative recounting of an actual medieval trial. In 14th century France, knight John de Carrouges
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Science: Morit Summers - exercising - safely - tips
Morit Summers is author of the new book “Big & Bold: Strength Training for the Plus-Size Woman.” The book gives tips on…
Morit Summers is author of the new book “Big & Bold: Strength Training for the Plus-Size Woman.” The book gives tips on how to lift safely and effectively, plus advice on how to reach your goals. We talked with Summers...
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Science: Secretary Pete Buttigieg - Joseph August Buttigieg
…u00a0the science of caregiver bonding.
Public polling shows Carlson's comment belies the truth about fatherhood and research shows it\u00a0ignores\u00a0the science of caregiver bonding.
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Science: Dallas-Fort Worth - Strategy Excellence - cultivate
…restaurant companies by offering...
The University of Texas at Dallas is trying to cultivate a stronger relationship with Dallas-Fort Worth area retail and restaurant companies by offering...
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Science: coronavirus - Virology - RETAMAL - hector
Science Magazine hosted four leading…
Science Magazine hosted four leading researchers to debate the possibility that COVID-19 was the result of a lab leak
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Science: Kasetsart University - Khao Chong Pran Cave
After accusations of bias undermined their initial COVID-19 investigation in China, the WHO is starting over
After accusations of bias undermined their initial COVID-19 investigation in China, the WHO is starting over
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Science: North Texas - Dallas Thursday - Cypress Waters - 27
A biotechnology company setting up shop in North Texas is increasingly common — the region has more than 60 companies…
A biotechnology company setting up shop in North Texas is increasingly common — the region has more than 60 companies and 27,000 jobs in life sciences. But...
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Entertainment: orbiting - outpost - forthcoming - Space Adventures
A forthcoming flight to space by a Japanese billionaire will let the public have a closer look at life on board the orbiting outpost.
A forthcoming flight to space by a Japanese billionaire will let the public have a closer look at life on board the orbiting outpost.
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Science: 12-year - CANAVERAL - leftovers - planetary
…year quest to explore eight asteroids.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A NASA spacecraft named Lucy rocketed into the sky with diamonds Saturday morning on a 12-year quest to explore eight asteroids.
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Science: reproduction - seabirds - breeding - herring
Maine’s beloved puffins suffered one of their worst years for…
Maine’s beloved puffins suffered one of their worst years for reproduction in decades this summer due to a lack of the small fish they eat.
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Science: pioneering - stockholm - hiring - immigrants
STOCKHOLM — A U.S.-based economist won the Nobel…
STOCKHOLM — A U.S.-based economist won the Nobel prize for economics Monday for pioneering research that showed an increase in minimum wage does not lead to less hiring and immigrants do…
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Health: Dallas-Fort Worth - Texas Commission - Lone Star
University of Texas at Dallas researchers have found a…
University of Texas at Dallas researchers have found a connection between Texas air quality and the severity of COVID-19 in certain Lone Star counties. The...
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Science: NASA GSFC CIL Adriana Manrique Gutierrez - Big Bang
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope could reveal mysteries…
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope could reveal mysteries about the Big Bang and the conditions of the early universe
COVID
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Science: Harris - harder
…u00a0it that much harder for day cares\u00a0to hire staff.
Parents have already been weathering a shortage of child care providers.\u00a0\u00a0Vaccine mandates could make\u00a0it that much harder for day cares\u00a0to hire staff.
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Science: United Nations - Loves CO2 - Washington Times
…COVID-19, and war, are all caused by climate change.
President Joe Biden made climate change the centerpiece of his first address to the United Nations, and according to him, poverty, civil rights, immigration, COVID-19, and war, are all caused by climate change.
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Entertainment: richest - minds - wealth - tourism
…and called on the world's great minds to fix the planet first.
Prince William has criticized some of the world’s richest men for using their wealth to fund a new space race and space tourism, and called on the world's great minds to fix the planet first.
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Finance: redesign - 777
…that have led to multiple dramatic failures, including a passenger death in 2018.
U.S. aviation regulators are reviewing a request by Boeing Co. to redesign engine covers on the 777 and 737 jet models that have led to multiple dramatic failures, including a passenger death in 2018.
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Entertainment: Chris Boshuizen - Audrey Powers - Blue Origin
…riding a rocket into space, courtesy of “Star Trek” fan Jeff Bezos.
VAN HORN, Texas — Actor William Shatner counted down Wednesday to his wildest role yet: riding a rocket into space, courtesy of “Star Trek” fan Jeff Bezos.
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Science: Foreign Ministry - Wuhan - Hubei province - protective
…would support the international body’s efforts.
BEIJING — China’s Foreign Ministry on Thursday warned against what it called possible “political manipulation” of a renewed probe by the World Health Organization into the origins of the coronavirus, while saying it would support the international body’s efforts.
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Science: Captain Kirk - 90-year-old - convergence - HORN
…year-old William Shatner, blasted into…
VAN HORN, Texas — Hollywood’s Captain Kirk, 90-year-old William Shatner, blasted into space Wednesday in a convergence of science fiction and science reality, reaching the final fr…
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Science: Stephen Kurczy - West Virginia - CABALLERO-REYNOLDS
…Quiet Zone,” Stephen Kurczy investigates…
In “The Quiet Zone,” Stephen Kurczy investigates a West Virginia town largely cut off from modern technology
Blue Origin's West Texas
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Science: William Shatner - disproportionately - thrills
Seats on flights have cost millions.
Seats on flights have cost millions. This space race means minorities will disproportionately be locked out of chances for 'unbelievable' thrills.
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90-year-old
…year-old man has gone before.
William Shatner has finally gone where no 90-year-old man has gone before.
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Science: Jeff Bezos - Chris Boshuizen - Audrey Powers
…year-old William Shatner, blasts off toward space on rocket built by Jeff Bezos’ company.
Hollywood’s Captain Kirk, 90-year-old William Shatner, blasts off toward space on rocket built by Jeff Bezos’ company.
Blue Origin's West Texas
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Entertainment: second-ever - spaceflight - blasts - completing
…officially the oldest person to fly in space at 90.
After completing the second-ever Blue Origin human spaceflight, William Shatner is officially the oldest person to fly in space at 90.
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Science: Blue Origin - Treks Captain Kirk - commencement
…oldest person to have flown to space, Blue Origin said.
The trip would make the legendary actor the oldest person to have flown to space, Blue Origin said.
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beachgoers - boaters - lookout
Great white shark researchers are asking boaters and beachgoers to be on the lookout for a red shark tag that recently…
Great white shark researchers are asking boaters and beachgoers to be on the lookout for a red shark tag that recently popped off near Nantucket.