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The internet has come down with a case of reefer madness.
YouTube reportedly ran ads linked to Facebook, Amazon and even the U.S. government on extremist channels.
He's facing up to two years in jail and a $37,000 fine if found guilty of a crime against moral integrity.
It's one thing for a business plan to aim for the stars, but it's another thing entirely for a country to pin their dreams on reaching asteroids.
The video shows what's happening both outdoors and inside the submarine, too.
“You haven’t lived until you’ve put your arms around a mammoth femur trying to measure it,” Smith said.
The papyrus contains incantations written in Coptic—an Egyptian language that uses characters based on the Greek alphabet.
City council members are hoping to give the project a boost.
Human brain cells were implanted in the baby mice.
The muscle is made using carbon fiber reinforced with a form of rubber.
And if they don't sling their yogurt, they want to drink more alcohol.
Veterinarians carefully re-crafted the shell, which was broken into three pieces.
To date, astronomers have confirmed 3,717 exoplanets—all in less than three decades.
If you use ad blocking software on Google Chrome, be sure it's not one of these five applications.
The question remains as to whether the surgeons are worthy of wielding Thor’s hammer.
Competing winds from black holes and stars wrestle to give this galaxy its strange butterfly shape.
The quantity of wasted food amounts to around 30% of the average daily calories that each U.S. citizen consumes, the paper shows.
If you really want your own smart house, it pays to invest in the right company early.
Rising water temperatures are killing corals—but researchers think we can stop the die-off.
Abramovich is accused of running "one of the largest illegal robocalling campaigns" ever discovered.
The patients are believed to have contracted the infection in Southeast Asia.
The app predicts the odds of dying in a plane crash on any given flight.
The bats have tongues as long as their bodies.
Air pollution may play a key role in addressing this issue.
Scientists may have been thinking about moons formed by impacts across the solar system in the wrong way.
Scientists have discovered hundreds of unidentified pink octopuses, and yes, that is the correct plural, at a hot undersea rock crack.
Hacking into iPhones could be about to get a whole lot easier.
The Silurians are a fictional race of intelligent, bipedal reptiles from the British science-fiction series “Doctor Who” that supposedly lived on Earth hundreds of millions of years ago.
“There’s always something new being discovered, Velez-Juarbe said. “The discoveries are coming faster than we can include them in our own work.”
Coinbase, Bitfinex and 11 other cryptocurrency exchanges are now feeling the heat from Schneiderman's office.