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Although the flare lasted just 10 seconds, it made the star appear about 1,000 times brighter than usual.
Several large holes in the ground are all that remain of the structure.
Around 300,000 archaeological finds have been excavated at the Thessaloniki archaeological site.
Clashes like this are on the rise.
The burial site contains the mummy of a high priest of Thoth—the ancient Egyptian god of science, magic and writing— whose preserved organs are contained in jars.
Agata Burdonova, 31, is an alleged former manager at the infamous Internet Research Agency (IRA). So why has she moved to Bellevue?
"This is the first time an ecosystem has been found to survive directly on the basis of nuclear energy."
The flight was delayed for about five hours.
Explorers may need to extract the substance from rocks.
Thirteen boxes were installed on Friday.
The image was taken from 394,000 miles away.
The Kodak Printomatic digital camera looks great, but its photos can’t keep up.
It's also possible that the vaccines may have been unsterile.
Curling isn't as easy as it may look.
They started dating in middle school.
The current trip takes more than 13 hours.
An expert says it's "one in a million."
The tools resemble those found in Africa, although it's not clear yet why.
Women were up to two and a half times more likely to use an IUD when they didn't have to worry about the cost.
“In former times, he would have been declared a stillbirth.”
Electronic cigarettes are safer than your typical pack, but that doesn't make them risk-free.
Another excuse to have wine with dinner.
The bedbug heat treatment made Elizabeth Ashbaugh and her husband, William, collapse.
The data for this study was actually collected nearly 20 years ago as part of a regular federal survey.
Adding more fish and nuts to your diet could protect your brain from Alzheimer's disease later on.
Mothers who give birth to drug-addicted babies in Kentucky could lose their parental rights.
New research found that the fungus shows signs of asexual reproduction.
Astronomers believe this was their last chance to catch the car as it fades deeper into space.
Human rights campaigners tell Newsweek a new mining deal could present Apple with serious ethical challenges.
The new findings suggest that Neanderthals were more like us than previously thought.