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Mary Jude Smith cheers for President Donald Trump as his motorcade passes by on Southern Blvd. enroute to his Mar-a-Lago estate from Trump International Golf Club, Thursday, Dec. ...
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Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Renewable energy sources like solar and wind account for a growing share of the world’s electric power. That’s no surprise, given concerns about ...
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Sept. 18, 2012: Scientists lift a great white shark named Mary Lee so it can be tagged off Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The shark was tracked south to the ...
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Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Imagine that an earthquake strikes, and you’re trapped under rubble. You’re hoping a firefighter or maybe a rescue dog will show up. But ...
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One of the dancing bears rescued in Nepal (World Animal Protection) The last two known dancing bears in Nepal were snatched from their owners in a dramatic overnight ...
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The ability to detect gravitational waves could help astronomers piece together clues about everything from the evolution of the universe to the nature of dark matter, an elusive ...
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The International Space Station.  (AP/NASA) It’s unclear if Santa himself made any deliveries to the NASA astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) in time for Christmas Day. ...
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HOUSTON — NASA astronaut Bruce McCandless, the first person to fly freely and untethered in space, has died. He was 80. McCandless died Thursday in California, NASA’s Johnson ...
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The vandalized dinosaur footprint (credit: Parks Victoria) Vandals have wrecked a dinosaur footprint in rock at a renowned paleontology site in Australia. Officials confirmed the vandalism at the ...
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VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. — A reused SpaceX rocket carried 10 satellites into orbit from California on Friday, leaving behind a trail of mystery and wonder as ...
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