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PFT: Gators' arrests were rampant under Meyer

Yes, it would have been better if Urban Meyer had left the can of worms closed. Now that Meyer has defended himself and the University of Florida football program in connection with the background and history of Aaron Hernandez, Meyer has invited increased scrutiny of the players he recruited.  As p Full story

Getting a Head: How Worms Regenerate Lost Tissue

The mystery of why some animals can regenerate body parts while others cannot has long puzzled scientists, but three new studies have brought the issue to a head. Full story

Worm Named After Physicist Max Planck

The decorated theoretical physicist Max Planck is getting another posthumous accolade: his own nematode. Full story

Deep-Sea Worms Can't Take the Heat

Hot pink tube worms living on scalding deep-sea hydrothermal vents actually like to keep things relatively cool, according to a study published today (May 29) in the journal PLOS ONE. Full story

Stunning Images Reveal Unpredictability of Science

A tiny goby fish peering out from a coral labyrinth, a beautiful sphere representing Earth's winds, and a Medusa-like tangle of worms are among the amazing entrants to this year's Art of Science competition at Princeton University. Full story

Niger offers cash reward to help eradicate Guinea worm

NIAMEY (Reuters) - Niger is offering cash rewards to anyone reporting a case of Guinea worm as part of efforts to permanently eradicate the parasitic disease in the impoverished West African nation, the health ministry said. Full story

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  Five-inch worm pulled from man’s eyeball

Graphic video shows a doctor in India removing a worm that was swimming in a man’s eye. Msnbc.com’s Richard Lui reports.

  Sprinter falls at finish line; does the worm

A high school athlete makes up for a face-plant on the finish line by showing off his seasoned dance moves. Early TODAY’s Fred Roggin takes a look.

  Dick Morris worms his way into Psychotalk

Morris calls S.B. 5 a positive law.

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A Mexican chef prepares a dish with maguey worms at the Corazon de Maguey restaurant in Mexico City
A Mexican chef prepares a dish with maguey worms at the Corazon de Maguey restaurant in Mexico City

Mexican chef Alejandro Pinon prepares a dish with maguey worms at the Corazon de Maguey restaurant in Mexico City June 18, 2013. Mexico's taste for eating creepy crawlies, originating from the Pre-Columbian era, could be the answer to ending hunger. United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation

A Mexican chef prepares maguey worms at the Corazon de Maguey restaurant in Mexico City
A Mexican chef prepares maguey worms at the Corazon de Maguey restaurant in Mexico City

Mexican chef Alejandro Pinon prepares maguey worms at the Corazon de Maguey restaurant in Mexico City June 18, 2013. Mexico's taste for eating creepy crawlies, originating from the Pre-Columbian era, could be the answer to ending hunger. United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation is encoura

FEB 16, 2012- An American robin struggles to pull a large juicy worm from the ground at River Forks Park near Roseburg, Ore., on Thursday, Feb 16, 2012. After yanking and pulling, the bird finally freed the worm and gobbled it up. A fun cartoon-like moment caught on camera.