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Puerto Rico calls for more federal help after Hurricane Maria

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Ricardo Rosselló, Puerto Rico's governor, called for more aid from the Trump administration on Sunday night and compared the crisis to the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Sandy.

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How Will The Wildfires Of Today Fuel The Fires Of Tomorrow?

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In Frog Versus Dinosaur, This Frog Wins

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Meet The New Zealand Glow Worm

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Science Goes To The Movies: ‘Rememory’

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Sleepy Times Under The Sea

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The Downside Of A Quick And Easy Malaria Test

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Why Do Dinosaurs Matter?

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Would Superman be a DACA recipient?

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Superman, a native of the fictional planet of “Krypton,” landed on Earth as an infant. Without papers.

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Sen. Claire McCaskill: 'I Will Vote No On Judge Kavanaugh'

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