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Want To Avoid A Hangover? Science Has Got You Covered

<i>Editor's note: This story was first published in December 2014.</i><p>The first time I <i>ever</i>got tipsy was during a champagne toast at a cousin's wedding reception.<p>All was good, until the room started spinning — and the sight of my cousin's bride dancing in her wedding dress was just a whirl of lace.<p>Of …

The perfectly named ninja lanternshark is a new glow-in-the-dark shark species

Also known as the Etmopterus benchleyi<p>Meet the ninja lanternshark. It was officially declared a species just last week, and its superhero-esque new nickname — known scientifically as a "common name" — makes up for its slightly unsettling little frown mouth and iridescent eyeballs.<p>What about Noah …

How to Make a Giant Bottled Martini for Your Holiday Party

Be a bartending MVP without missing any of the party.<p>Why do bartenders dread holiday parties? Because if you're skilled with jiggers and shakers, any …

Dog DNA study reveals the incredible journey of man's best friend

Descended from the grey wolf, domesticated dogs have been companions to humans for about 33,000 years, a genetic study has shown<p>Man’s proverbial first best friend was probably a grey wolf that may have made contact with the first human companions about 33,000 years ago, somewhere in south-east Asia.<p>…

Ahmed Mohamed's Family Demands $15 Million After Clock Incident

An attorney for the family of teen clockmaker Ahmed Mohamed is demanding $15 million from Texas officials, along with an apology for how Mohamed was …

The White House

Republicans, defying Obama, propose tightening Syrian refugee screening

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican lawmakers defied President Barack Obama on Wednesday and laid out plans to tighten screening of Syrian refugees after last week’s Paris attacks, in a political fight that challenges America’s view of itself as a refuge for downtrodden immigrants.<p>Armed New York City …

National Security

Elderly woman survived Texas massacre by hiding in woods

Woman, whose 77-year-old husband and grandson reportedly killed in massacre, escaped by hiding in woods for several hours<p>An elderly woman survived the slayings of six people at an east Texas campsite over the weekend by hiding in the woods for several hours before calling for help, the Anderson …

Donald Trump and T-Mobile's CEO clashed on Twitter, and things got ugly

In one corner, folks, we have an outspoken businessman running for president. In the other, the outspoken CEO of T-Mobile.<p>Grab some popcorn, because …

Netanyahu retraction: Nazis, not mufti, decided on Holocaust

<b>(CNN) —</b> Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reversed controversial comments he made about the Holocaust, saying he never meant to claim that an Islamic leader persuaded Adolf Hitler to adopt the Final Solution to kill European Jews.<p>In a Facebook post Friday, Netanyahu made the latest in a …

World History

Images of Pluto and Charon continue to captivate Nasa: 'This world is alive'

Photograph: Nasa/JHUAPL/SWRI<p>A high-resolution image of Pluto taken by New Horizons shows small features, from craters to faulted mountain blocks, to the texted surface of the vast basin informally called Sputnik …

Solar System

'The Birth of Sake,' the Beautiful New Documentary About the Endangered Art of Making Sake by Hand

We're loving the Birth of Sake, the new food documentary about the art of making rice wine.<p><b>Toji</b> ("Toji-san") <b>Yamamoto</b> has dedicated his life to brewing sake by hand. At 68 years young, he's the brewmaster at <b>Yoshida Brewery</b> in Japan's Ishikawa Prefecture. It's 144 years old and one of only a handful …

Film Festivals

Could we 'de-extinctify' the woolly mammoth?

Photograph: Matt Dunham/AP<p>Lyuba, a baby woolly mammoth discovered frozen in clay and mud in Russia’s Yamal Peninsula in Siberia.<p>276<p>http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/4/15/1429115009175/72bf25f1-f36b-42b9-9a62-6a01a61a3729-460x276.jpeg<p>460<p>Photograph: Matt Dunham/AP<p>Lyuba, a …

Genetics

Britain 'is experiencing same decline as Rome in 100BC'

Dr Jim Penman believes Britons no longer have the genetic temperament that sparked the Industrial Revolution<p>Britain is experiencing the same decline as Rome in 100BC, with the collapse of civilisation inevitable, a scientist has warned.<p>Dr Jim Penman, of the RMIT University in Melbourne, believes …