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 2020-01-24 19:26 

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Black youth have some of the highest suicide rates in America, and we're only beginning to understand why...

African American youth are at increased risk of suicide. An expert explains why it's important to better understand the effects of racism, bullying, and alienation on the demographic....

 2020-01-22 13:00 

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SpaceX saves mannequins from fireball. Next up, astronauts....

When the Falcon 9 rocket burst apart into a puff of flame and white smoke on Sunday, the Crew Dragon capsule soared unscathed above it. The explosion would have come as a setback during normal flight operations, but for this intentional safety test, event...

 2020-01-16 18:30 

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The volcano erupting in the Philippines could be building up to another explosion...

Whatever happens next, recovery from the eruptions will likely be a long process for those who lived in the region....

 2020-01-16 16:00 

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Experts predict dozens more earthquake aftershocks in Puerto Rico...

Puerto Rico's January earthquakes came after many foreshocks and have been followed by numerous aftershocks. Scientists are studying these sequences to improve earthquake forecasting....

 2020-01-09 22:30 

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Light your photos like a pro...

Photography is all about light. If you've got a beautiful golden sunset glow, almost any photo you take will look better than the same scene shot in the harsh midday glare....

 2020-01-09 13:00 

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Why Romaine lettuce keeps getting recalled...

Once a kitchen staple, the ubiquitous romaine lettuce now often conjures fear and disgust. Since 2017, contaminated romaine has sparked four major E. coli outbreaks throughout the United States. Last month, the CDC reported 138 people in 25 states infecte...

 2020-01-07 15:59 

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The fire 'time bomb' is finally detonating on the world...

Forestry management is a complicated, controversial, and region-specific art, especially as the stakes become higher as human-driven climate crises worsen. Warming temperatures create a higher risk of drought in many areas of the world, which means that t...

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