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Libya-based creative Mahmoud Jouini uses digital software to render colorful, three-dimensional abstract paintings that look like miniature worlds. Although the images look like snapshots of elaborate,
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Shrimp crawling around rock chimneys spewing hot water deep in the Caribbean Sea may hold clues to the kinds of life that can thrive in extreme environments on other planets, NASA says. The shrimp are
100 Women is back. Last year the BBC kick-started its pledge to represent women better in its international news output with the 100 Women season. But this was just the start - and today the series returns.
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They took Louisiana's voter literacy test, and it didn't go well. Harvard students took the 1964 Louisiana voter literacy test and failed miserably. In the video below, the group of Ivy League students
On a night that was supposed to be cause for celebration, the Los Angeles Lakers' season took a disastrous detour. When rookie power forward Julius Randle crumbled to the hardwood after landing awkwardly