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Kilauea’s lava is now spilling into the ocean. Here’s why that’s dangerous

Late Saturday, Kilauea’s lava oozed into the Pacific Ocean for the first time since the volcano began erupting on May 4. The resulting cloud prompted …

Geology

Groundhog Day Recut from Rita's Perspective Looks a Lot Different

To most people, <i>Groundhog Day</i> is a treasured comedy that features one of Bill Murray’s finest performances. To others, it’s a metaphor for all kinds …

Comedy

Astronomers Have Accidentally Taken a Direct Photo of a Possible Baby Exoplanet

600 light-years away!<p>Sometimes the most amazing discoveries can happen just by chance. Case in point: an international team of astronomers …

Universe

2017: The year Americans couldn't say Gal Gadot (and a lot of other words)

<b>(CNN) —</b> Say these out loud: Bokeh. Coulrophobia. Dotard. Did you pause? You're not alone.<p>Each year, new words make their way into the national conversation, either through a news event or big moment in pop culture. And how to properly pronounce these words can prove challenging.<p>This year, Americans …

Gal Gadot

There’s going to be a supermoon on New Year’s Day – here’s how to watch it

New Year’s Eve often prompts people to gaze into the sky, whether it be for a fireworks display or simply to watch the big ball drop in Times Square, …

Solar freakin' roadway opens in China

<b>Is this totally silly and a waste of time and money, or is it a great leap forward? Or is it too soon to tell?</b><p>We are positive and forward-looking on …

Vinyl is the new Netflix (but the old DVDs-on-demand Netflix)

Vinyl records won’t stop breaking records. Physical LPs—in spite of all the times they’ve been predicted to die since they were first popularized in the 1950s—have more than survived the music-streaming boom, so much that their sales are actually helping bolster the troubled music business at large.<p>…

Vinyl Records

Scientists Have Discovered Habitable Parts of the Moon

The majestic moon. Keeper of tides. Eclipser of suns. Your future neighborhood? Two stories in the news this week cover developments that hint that …

Geophysics

This Company Is Trying To Disrupt The Braces Industry And Dentists Are Fighting Back

SmileDirectClub offers to straighten your teeth at a fraction of the cost of braces, without a visit to the dentist. But orthodontists claim the company has endangered the oral health of tens of thousands of people.<p><b>Dentists are waging</b> a war against SmileDirectClub, a startup whose mail-order …

Customer Service

Fiercest of rivals, best of friends: cross-party pals in parliament

At a time when British politics is riven by bitterness, friendships across the divide might seem like a miracle. But odd couples - from Shami Charkrabarti and Sayeeda Warsi to Frank Field and Nicholas Soames - can be what makes parliament work best<p>It is politics as bloodsport, half an hour of pure …

Royal Mail

The world's first negative emissions power plant is a reality thanks to geoengineering

Negative Emissions<p>As climate change marches on, world leaders and scientists alike have considered the potential of geoengineering solutions to …

Japan exasperated by Trump’s trade policies

As U.S. farmers suffer under high tariffs, Japanese officials are in no rush to cut a new trade deal with the United States.<p>TOKYO — Japanese officials are expressing growing frustration with the Trump administration’s economic policies, vowing to continue striking trade deals with other countries …

Free Trade

People Are Outraged After This Woman Died Of Heart Failure From Being Pressured To Work 150 Hours Of Overtime

"When women die from overwork, they become a news story."

Japan

Half of the universe’s missing matter has been found

Scientists have just found half of the universe’s missing matter in a landmark discovery.<p>Separate teams at the Institute of Space Astrophysics in …

Gay couple becomes first in Germany to adopt child

Two married men have become the first gay couple to adopt a child in Germany. Gay marriage became legal in Germany on October 1.<p>Two men in Berlin …

Bronze Arm Found in Famous Shipwreck Points to More Treasure Below

A bronze statue’s orphaned arm. A corroded disc adorned with a bull. Preserved wooden planks. These are among the latest treasures that date back to the dawn of the Roman Empire, discovered amid the ruins of the Antikythera shipwreck, a sunken bounty off the coast of a tiny island in Greece.<p>Marine …

Archaeology

Scientists Reveal Surprisingly Strong Link Between Livestock And Global Warming

It’s long been believed that livestock and global warming can be linked to each other. A new study, however, suggests that people might have been too …

Ancient puzzle: 4,000-year-old decapitated toads found in Israeli tomb

It’s been three years since archaeologists uncovered a 4,000-year-old tomb near the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo in Israel. They were surprised by what they found inside: numerous vessels containing date palms and myrtle bushes, neither of which were native to the area, and — strangest of all — the …

Allowing Saudi Women to Drive Is About Much More Than Who's at the Wheel

It was close to 10 p.m. in Riyadh when Salma al Rashid learned that she and other Saudi women would soon be allowed to drive. Still, she decided to wake up her 13-year-old daughter to share the good news.<p>“She asked me ‘Is it true?’” said al Rashid of leading Saudi charity Al Nahda Philanthropic …

Human Rights

How did ferocious dinosaurs evolve into birds? Fossil skulls reveal all

The skull shape was closely related to the size and shape of the brain within.<p>Dinosaurs evolved into modern birds in the late Jurassic Period. …

Hurricane Irma’s devastation could be much more severe than we think, scientists say

Hurricane Irma’s path of destruction isn’t over. After whirling through the Caribbean and Florida, leaving dozens dead and millions without power, it …

Rainfall

Rare 'barn find' Ferrari sells for $2M

<b>(CNN) —</b> A one-off Ferrari Daytona sold for €1.8 million ($2.17 million) over the weekend, as part of one of the largest ever Ferrari auctions. The sale was not only notable for the bids it attracted but because, until recently, many thought the car didn't even exist. Ferrari had, in fact, only ever …

Classic Cars

World’s Biggest Wind Turbine Maker Waves Goodbye to Oil Industry

In another sign that the petroleum era is drawing to a close, Denmark is selling off its last oil company with barely a peep.<p>Once considered a …

North Sea

Vitamin B6 and B12 Supplements Appear to Cause Cancer in Men

A newly discovered risk associated with common energy and metabolism pills<p>Energy. If you’re not taking vitamin B12, forget about having energy. As <i>The Dr. Oz Show</i> has recommended, “End your energy crisis with Vitamin B12.” The nice thing about sublingual pills is “you don’t need a doctor, you don’t …

Cancer

What should you do with your eclipse glasses?

<b>Do not mail them to the President.</b><p>A green tweeter I follow asks a good question:<p>Now what happens to all of those #Eclipe2017 glasses? :( …

White farmers launch ‘international’ legal action against Zimbabwe

White farmers whose farms were forcibly taken over by supporters of President Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe say they have “launched a new international …

'Not too bright': Trump trolled for staring at the eclipse with no eye protection

The internet has had fun with images of the US president looking up at the sky during the eclipse without glasses, in defiance of repeated health warnings<p>The internet has made hay with images of the US president looking up at the sky during the solar eclipse without glasses, despite repeated …

Donald Trump

Five key pieces of Trump's Afghanistan plan

<b>(CNN) —</b> President Donald Trump outlined his plan for the 16-year US war in Afghanistan Monday evening, vowing that the US would find victory while no longer "nation-building."<p>The President declared he would no longer announce troop levels but would focus on allowing US forces to target the Taliban …

Nation-Building

No Wall, No Embassy Move, And, Oh Yeah, We’re Staying In Afghanistan

Trump adds continuation of Afghanistan war to his growing list of broken promises.<p>WASHINGTON ― To the wall that Mexico is not going to pay for and the Iran nuclear deal that hasn’t been torn up, to China still not being labeled a currency manipulator and an embassy in Israel still not being moved …

Donald Trump