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The remains were perhaps left by sponges that died nearly 900 million years ago, but much remains uncertain.
Force fields are the stuff of science fiction, but directed energy systems to fry drones, or stop people, already exist. Here's what's real about the tech—and what's more fantastical.
The Colorado River's Lake Powell and Lake Mead reservoirs haven't been this low since they were first filled up.
Here's what I learned from a weekend behind the wheel of a $247,025 McLaren GT supercar.
Experts say that the marketing for these supplements has outpaced the actual science.
Its focus on communication is being praised on social media—but what does the evidence say?
As Baltimore health commissioner, Leana Wen helped tackle measles, rat infestations, and a disparity of resources across communities. Her new book tells how.
The feature existed long before the Tesla Cybertruck.
People living in counties with significant levels of COVID transmission, which amounts to two-thirds of all US counties, should resume masking.
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Watching TV in SD isn’t going to save the planet, but you can push for change in other ways.
This summer is turning out to be a particularly fiery one.
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