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1991 Temple Killer Given 249 Years in Prison
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Ancient Wand Etched with Faces Found in Syria
Archaeologists have unearthed an ancient staff carved with two realistic human faces in southern Syria.
Chris Ayers / Intel
Science Fair Finalist Studies Screens and the Brain
Do the hours you spend playing Flappy Bird mess with your sleep patterns? One South Dakota high schooler with a passion for neuroscience set out to find out.
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Polar Bear Cub Ventures Out of Birth Cave
Polar bear fans in Germany caught a glimpse of a three-month-old female cub's first steps this week after it left the cave it was born in for the first time.
3.14 Ways to Have Fun on Pi Day
It's not irrational to celebrate on March 14.
NASA via AP
SpaceX Postpones Cargo Launch to Space Station
Sunday's planned launch of a commercial space capsule packed with food and supplies for astronauts has been delayed until March 30.
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War Over Richard III's Resting Place Resumes
Five centuries after he went down fighting, King Richard III is in the middle of another battle — this time over where his remains should be reburied.
Honey Hunters' Ancient Art Faces Uncertain Future
In the foothills of the Himalayas, members of a Nepalese tribe ply an ancient trade in treacherous conditions.
Tiny T. Rex Cousin Roamed a Warmer Arctic
A miniature cousin of Tyrannosaurus rex once roamed the Arctic, a new fossil discovery reveals.
James Carew and Mitchell Colgan
Whales Used Echolocation 28 Million Years Ago
An ancient whale used sound beams to navigate and stalk prey 28 million years ago, an analysis of a new fossil suggests.
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