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    an oil field at sunset

    It's just the latest environmental rollback.

    The final rule is just one of three "common-sense standards" set by the Obama administration on the oil and gas industry that the Trump administration is trying to…

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    Microwave

    All the gadgets the tech giant just announced.

    Yes, there was even an Alexa-enabled microwave.

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    hurricane florence flooding

    Florence damaged the coast with storm surges, but farther inland the worst was yet to come.

    Though the storm surges and lashing winds we see on TV are dramatic, they’re only the first half of the story. These coastal hazards happen during the hurricane, when…

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    a mosquito on human skin

    If it works in humans, it could help eliminate one of the deadliest forms of cancer.

    Although purposely injecting someone with a disease can seem dangerous, researchers have long worked on the development of viruses as cancer-fighting agents.

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    hiker on trail

    Easy preparation before meals, no dishwashing after.

    Nobody’s going to hike all day on just a handful of trail mix. And the best way to eat hearty meals in the backcountry is to cook them in freezer bags.

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    Freshwater cypress swamp

    Swamps and bogs are more important than you think.

    “Drain the swamp” has long meant getting rid of something distasteful. Actually, the world needs more swamps – and bogs, fens, marshes and other types of wetlands.

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    Rubik's cube solution puzzles

    Math, man vs. nature, and me.

    The Rubik's cube is back and bigger than ever. Why is it still so hard for me to solve?

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    An octopus sits on a rock.

    We may have more in common with invertebrates than we thought.

    More than 500 million years of evolutionary history separates these marine aliens from humans on the evolutionary tree, but MDMA has similar effects on both of our…

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    Starry Night

    And TESS is just getting started.

    Less than two months after TESS started its science operations, astronomers have detected two brand-new exoplanet candidates.

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    plane oxygen masks

    121 passengers found out recently when a Jet Airways flight crew forgot to pressurize the cabin.

    The result? A plane-ful of panicking passengers, many of whom awoke from naps to discover intense pain in their ears, bleeding from their ears and noses, and a heck of a…

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    Ferrari Monza SP1

    It can get to 60 miles per hour in under three seconds.

    It looks like it's straight out of the '40s, but this limited-edition car is shockingly fast.

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    tabletop catapult

    From wooden dowels and rubber bands.

    With a dozen wooden dowels, some rubber bands, a cup or spoon, and ping-pong balls, you can build a DIY catapult for tabletop warfare.

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    Android update

    How to update every gadget you own.

    The devices you rely on, from smartphones to routers, need regular updates to function well. Here's how to update every gadget so it stays secure and bug-free.

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    a map shows growing storms in the atlantic

    Flo isn't rising from the dead, but it's still influencing our weather.

    Hurricane Florence'sv remnant energy and moisture are partially responsible for two tropical systems in the Atlantic Ocean right now.

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    man gazing at phone

    Trick your brain into putting down the device.

    Increasingly, our smartphones have become more like appendages we can’t live without. Here’s how to wean your brain off your pocket computer.

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    Three doctors in green surgical scrubs operating on a patient in the emergency room.

    Here's how the screening process that prevents disease transmission in donated organs works.

    Four people in Europe developed cancer after receiving organ transplants from the same donor. Here's how the screening process that normally prevents that works.

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    Alexa Microwave

    New Amazon hardware, a new home for Pandora, and watches Vanilla Ice will love.

    Check out the latest episode of our podcast!

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    girl suffering traumatic memories

    How fear makes your brain write memories differently.

    Life-threatening events—things like getting mugged or escaping from a fire—can be impossible to forget, even if you make every possible effort.

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    hopping asteroid

    Japan landed two spacecraft on the surface of Ryugu.

    It's one of the first images taken by a rover on the surface of an asteroid.

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    iphone XS camera review

    Every time you take a picture with the new iPhone, you're triggering trillions of operations.

    The magic photography gnomes inside the new iPhone camera are working overtime.

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