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People are lining up to pay for the possibly risky procedure.
"I'm surprised that I'm 104," the woman said. “It just doesn't seem like I should be that old."
“There is good in this world.”
Other vulnerable countries have had systems in place for years.
The CDC says it’s been preparing its session on nuclear preparedness since April, before any talk of big nuclear buttons.
Even if we can't get to the fourth dimension, we may be able to make use of it.
Standard radio signals often fail because they can’t penetrate complex materials like water or rock. Quantum radio can.
Dark web users almost doubled in Iran following internet censorship in the country.
It changes shape in response to the temperature or chemical makeup of its environment, making it something between a chameleon and a Transformer.
The infections currently impact 13 U.S. states.
This is just the beginning of what we can do with waste.
Subdural hematomas are another name for a blood clot in the brain.
Tunneling, experts say, would be “an enormous contribution from the public sector" to Big Business.
Chlorine levels specifically have been declining since at least 2005.
It'd only take a few years until just one person was left.
They expected it to be like a bunch of other meteorites they'd seen—and stumbled on a puzzle instead.
Trump's go-to order has more than 2,000 calories in a single meal.
"Extreme weather" stopped the launch.
Yet another thresher shark has died.
The telecommunications giant says all employees were "offered generous severance and an opportunity to apply for other jobs at Comcast."
Security experts say the Meltdown and Spectre bugs are a "very serious timebomb.”
The dangerous bacteria are spreading rapidly.
New findings about the planet's distant past deepen mysteries of evolution.
The ocean can't seem to catch a break—or its breath.
The robotic muscles are strong, bendy and cost-effective.
This map clearly shows just how much temperatures are diverging from the average for this time of year.
Researchers used data from 50 million Street View Images from 200 cities nationwide.
My spacecraft visited an asteroid, and all I got was this lousy pebble.
Tinnitus can include not just ringing in the ears, but buzzing, hissing, whistling, swooshing or clicking.
The volcano has the potential to turn deadly.