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5 takeaways from Bernie’s Michigan miracle

Sanders is not only alive, but dangerous, after his Tuesday night triumph.<p>You know you’ve witnessed an epic upset when the victor is as glassy-eyed and gobsmacked as the vanquished.<p>A groggy and disheveled Bernie Sanders approached the podium in Miami on Tuesday night, three slightly askew campaign …

Middle-class

Clinton and Sanders get ugly

The rivals scrap over their progressive credentials, with Clinton accusing Sanders of a 'very artful smear.'<p>DURHAM, N.H. — Escalating the brawl that's defined the Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders viciously attacked each other’s progressive credentials at Thursday night’s …

Government

What the government is still hiding about the JFK assassination

The National Archives, for the first time ever, released a list of documents related to the assassination that are still shielded from public view.<p>More than five decades after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, thousands of government files detailing the activities and testimony of …

Surveillance

Female Photographers Discuss The Real Anxieties Of Being Women

"A woman must continually watch herself," critic John Berger wrote in <i>Ways of Seeing.</i> "One might simplify this by saying: men act and women appear. Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at."<p>As a bona fide woman, I get the feeling. I've learned to both understand and subtly combat …

Relationships

Unbelievable Realist Paintings of Women Underwater Look Like Photos

Matt Story's paintings look like frozen memories.<p>Recalling both idyllic summer days at the pool, New York-based painter Matt Story captures many facets of the underwater world with an eerie accuracy just shy of hyperrealism in his new show at Robert Lange Studios, <i>Water</i>. The collection depicts women …

Art

Eagles vs Drones: Dutch police eye birds to prey on drones

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — It may sound like a flight of fancy, but Dutch police are considering using birds of prey to swoop down and pluck rogue drones out of the sky.<p>Police are working with a Hague-based company that trains eagles and other birds to catch drones to investigate whether the …

Drones

New evidence suggests the moon was formed in a head-on collision between Earth and another planet

We already know that the moon was likely forged when Earth crashed into another planet, but previously scientists believed the crash was just a glancing blow.<p>Now new research published in the journal Science suggests a more violent head-on collision.<p>Theia, the planet that Earth crashed into, didn't …

Universe

Scientists discovered how the brain gets its wrinkles

An international team of researchers used a 3D printing technique to mimic the growth of a human brain — and found the layers were created by mechanical compression forces.<p>Leading the study, published in Nature Physics, scientists from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts were looking at …

Neuroscience

Quasimodo, the Dog With a Short Spine, Is Capturing Hearts Everywhere

Quasimodo, a rescue dog with a rare medical condition, is looking for a home. The inspirational story of the 4-year-old German shepherd with short …

Pets

Muonium - the most exotic atom?

I’d never heard of it before this week, but it’s real. And there are plans to use it to look for antigravity<p>As I scrolled through the physics papers posted on the arXiv this week, one in particular caught my eye – “Measuring Antimatter Gravity with Muonium”. Possibly, this was because I wrote a bit …

Physics

Rare shot of a pika chosen as Wildlife Photo of the Year

Amid an alpine landscape of rocks and boulders, it sounded as though somebody was hiding in a crevice and squeezing a squeak toy.<p>A wildlife photographer from Berkeley, Jen Joynt, tuned in to the squeak. She knew what it was. The scene that evolved ended when she took the photograph that won …

Nature Photography

Unhinged Trump supporter claims the Donald “knows what I’m thinking”: “He’s speaking our minds. Our minds!”

Susan DeLemus claimed never to have been involved in politics before Trump, despite being a NH State Representative<p>(<i>Updated, see below</i>)<p>A woman named Susan DeLemus participated in a CNN focus group today and claimed that "we’ve got people who are in positions of power who I know for a fact are …

Donald Trump

Playback: Donald Trump's horrible incest joke

The best of last night’s late-night TV: Donald Trump jokes about incest, Time Magazine's big announcement and Marco Rubio's remarks on discrimination. Produced by Beatrice Peterson.

Donald Trump

Physicists: Nobody's Telling the Truth About That Downed Russian Warplane

Russia and Turkey each have their own version of what happened with that downed jet earlier this week, but science may have the last word. According …

Paris climate talks: Through the smog, coal-hungry India sees ‘carbon imperialism’ in the West

As Delhi rushes to boost its coal generation to satisfy rocketing energy demands, John Kerry’s decision to single out India as a “challenge” provokes fury<p>It’s rush hour in the world’s most polluted city, and just visible through the dense blanket of smog is an electronic billboard informing …

India