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The heads of the Senate Intelligence Committee set a ground rule before taking questions on their investigation into alleged Russian election interference: Don't ask about the increasingly chaotic House investigation....
Those mechanical cats that bring joy to those in nursing homes? Not everybody is fooled....
Japan is considering a further step away from its long-held pacifist stance with a proposal which would allow it, for the first time since World War II, to strike overseas targets....
Police in Siberia recently found a den built into the snow there. The BBC described it as an improvised bar. Teenagers scavenged stuff to build it. Police said they drank, smoked and gambled....
The UK government is to set out details Thursday of how it plans to convert thousands of pieces of EU law into domestic law when Britain leaves the European Union....
The thousands of Russians who took to the streets over the weekend may not have vented their fury directly at Vladimir Putin, but the President certainly took note of the message....
George W. Bush dutifully attended the Trump inauguration in his role as ex-president, and his struggles with a rain poncho became an internet sensation. Now there's a new Bush-inauguration story creating a buzz: New...
The Senate intelligence committee has run a steady and low-key investigation into Russia's interference in the US elections and communications with the campaign of President Donald Trump, but Thursday marks the panel's...
Cristiano Ronaldo is a talented and good looking soccer star from Real Madrid. A statue unveiled in his home country of Portugal attracted widespread criticism; some likened it to a Picasso painting....
It has to do with language learning, according to a new study from Duke University. (Image credit: Chris Ayers/Society for Science & the Public)...

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Because we need to be reminded over and over again about climate change....
'Kick the Can” employs smart physics to give players a challenging experience that's difficult to put down....
Climate change is stirring life in the Arctic Ocean as thinning sea ice lets in more sunlight, allowing microscopic algae to bloom in the inhospitable region around the North Pole, scientists said on Wednesday....
Air pollution from industries making goods for export are linked to more than 700,000 premature deaths worldwide in a single year, researchers said Wednesday....