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Secretary of State John Kerry: Two-state solution in 'serious jeopardy'

<b>(CNN) —</b> With less than a month left in office, Secretary of State John Kerry issued a stern rebuke Wednesday over Israeli settlements and warned that the two-state solution to the enduring conflict with Palestinians is at risk.<p>Kerry defended the United States' decision last week to abstain from a …

Why a Trump presidency inspires fear

<b>Correction:</b> An earlier version of this column stated incorrectly that Donald Trump's electoral college victory was the seventh largest of the past 10 presidential elections. It ranked eighth of the past 10 elections. This version has been updated.<p>The president-elect has gone to Michigan, Iowa, …

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Scientists Make Hair-Growing Cells From Ordinary Skin Cells

It's a step toward curing baldness with stem cells made from a person's own skin.<p>Bald? A team of stem cell scientists has made an advance that's a step toward being able to regrow your own natural hair, using samples of your skin.<p>The scientists took adult human skin cells and transformed them into …

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Lorenzo's Oil creator Augusto Odone dies

<b>Augusto Odone, who rejected medical opinion and created an oil to save the life of his son Lorenzo has died.</b><p>The former World Bank economist died in Italy aged 80, said his family.<p>Augusto Odone taught himself enough science to invent a treatment for his six-year-old son after he was diagnosed with a …

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Your brain would be less brainy without these proteins

When the brain is forming, neural stem and progenitor cells differentiate into neurons and related cells called glia. A new study has identified …

Metabolism gene mutations can cause childhood obesity, find scientists

Scientists have discovered that defects in a single gene can cause a rare but severe form of obesity by disrupting the body's ability to burn calories.<p>The study is the first to show that genetics can play a role in what many had long suspected: that some people put on weight more easily than others …

Using Giant Mirrors to Light up Dark Valleys

The villages of Rjukan, Norway, and Viganella, Italy, are both situated in deep valleys where mountains block the sun's rays for up to six months every year. To illuminate those darker winter months, the two towns have built gigantic mirrors that track the sun and reflect daylight downwards. …

Three months ago, Detroit became the largest city to file for bankruptcy in US history. On Wednesday, the trial to determine whether the city can stop paying its bills is set to begin. The BBC's Kim Gittleson took a trip to Detroit to find out how the once great Motor City, which stood as a symbol of the American dream, has turned into an American nightmare.