Astrobiologist Kevin Hand prepares to deploy a rover beneath the ice of Alaska's Sukok Lake. When a probe finally reaches Europa, its search for life may be modeled on trial runs like this. And with the
California showed up big at last month's UN climate summit in Paris, presenting a model for how one of the world's biggest economies can shift rapidly to renewable power and conservation, sharply cutting
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Getting traded will make Astros pitcher Scott Kazmir millions because of the 'worst rule in baseball'
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The song, by hip-hop artist Mac Miller, bears the same name as the Republican presidential candidate who's currently leading polls. As his interview with The Hill drew to a close on Wednesday, Trump asked
Today the state oil company of Oman announced a landmark deal with California-based solar developer GlassPoint to build the world’s largest solar project. Named Miraah, the $600 million installation will
The vote is huge lesson for conservatives and anyone else who thinks this is about a dilettante government of left-wing idealists who think they can flout the law while staging some kind of Che Guevara-esque
Amber Heard Opens Up About Coming Out as Bisexual in Hollywood: 'I Don't Want to Have to Deny My Sexuality in Order to Be
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In a picture that captures the violence and sheer destruction inherent in war perhaps more graphically than any other ever published in LIFE, Marines take cover on an Iwo Jima hillside amid the burned-out
Rich people, he says, have a lot of money. Wealthy people have the security that comes with knowing how to manage however much money they do have so that they'll still have money tomorrow. Sullivan, who
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Photo by Will Deitz Over the last few years, Tyler, the Creator has used the question-and-answer social network Spring.me (formerly known as Formspring) to interact with his fans. Today, he gave a lengthy
NASA and the Russian Federal Space Agency have consistently and aggressively denied that any astronaut has had sex in space on the International Space Station (ISS). So it seems that no one, yet, is part
Six crew members in Nasa-sponsored study venture outside dome on dormant Hawaii volcano after eight months of close-quarters living Six scientists who were living under a dome on the slopes of a dormant
The following passage comes from "A Dangerous Master: How to Keep Technology from Slipping Beyond Our Control" by Wendell Wallach. SOCIAL DISRUPTIONS, PUBLIC HEALTH AND ECONOMIC CRISES, environmental and
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