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This Cold and Flu Season, Get to Know Your Enemy

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What Causes the Common Cold?

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What it's like to be a Muslim in Trump’s America

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Many are concerned about how President-elect Donald Trump's campaign statements will translate into concrete policies, especially as it pertains to minorities.

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'Sanctuary cities' around the US promise to defy Trump's threats

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President-elect Donald Trump has said he wants to cut off federal funding for "sanctuary cities," but a number of mayors are openly condemning that plan.

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A Glancing Blow: How the Earth Got Its Moon

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A Mission to Mars on the Hawaiian Islands

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Author David Biello on the Future of Environmental Innovation and Policy

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Fighting an Invasive Species By Adding It to the Menu

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Seeking Humanity in Volcanoes with Werner Herzog

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The Cure For Election-Related Stress? Believe Your Political Adversaries Can Change

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The Democratic Movements of Sperm Whales, and a Victory for Non-Human Rights

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Wireless Tech Enables Paralyzed Monkey to Walk Again

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Have we reached the dawn of a new America?

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In 2013, George Packer wrote a book that eerily predicted the election this week.

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Portraits of 'Trump America' missed almost all of the nuance

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In the run-up to the election, many in the political class portrayed supporters of Donald Trump as a block of racists. But a new book shows there's far more nuance there.

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In the 'Middle Suburbs,' Americans find themselves pulled left and right

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Middle Suburbs are places that are neither urban nor rural. They're neither liberal nor conservative. They're the middle, but their issues aren't dissimilar from so many other communities.

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Undersea 'Banging Sounds' Not From Sub, Argentine Navy Says

First reports of the sounds picked up by surface ships briefly raised hopes that the missing ARA San Juan, with 44...

Germany's Merkel: New Elections Preferable To Minority Government

The chancellor says she's "very skeptical" of forming a minority government, something that hasn't happened in...

Poll: Majority of LGBTQ Americans Report Harassment, Violence Based On Identity

In the poll, LGBTQ people also reported numerous experiences of institutional discrimination — in jobs, equal pay...

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