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5 Things You Need to Know About Maple Syrup
On pancakes, waffles, oatmeal and more, Americans love maple syrup. In 2015, 3.4 million gallons of the sweet stuff were produced in the U.S. The rich flav... >
Drug Discount Programs Can Save You Big on Generics
More than one-third of Americans use generic drug discount programs­­­­, which offer medication at low prices. Some provide hundreds of generics for ju... >
Astronomy Rewind sifts through old pictures to find new cosmic perspectives
A new project called Astronomy Rewind is recruiting citizen scientists to bring decades-old cosmic images back from the dead and restore them to their righ... >
Rep. Nunes' charge of Trump team surveillance – why it's key
A number of former top National Security Agency (NSA) officials were standing around Friday, chatting prior to an academic conference in Washington. Talk ... >
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Readers write: Immigration path, talent at home, science knowledge
Regarding the Feb. 22 editorial, “Trump’s mixed message on immigration: An opening for a deal?” (CSMonitor.com): Three cheers for the Monitor editorial staff. Immigration was not my priority issue. Recommended: Could you pass a US citizenship tes... >
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Why Did This Supermassive Black Hole Leave Its Galactic Core?
Weighing more than 1 billion suns and about 8 billion light-years away, the black hole was likely kicked out of its place by gravitational waves with energ... >
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Defense argues no forensic evidence ties woman to mom's murder: Part 4
"Noura's blood was not at the crime scene. And Jennifer's blood was not on Noura," says defense attorney Valerie Corder.... >
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Bad breath: Study find array of bacteria when orcas exhale
A new study identifies an array of bacteria and fungi in the exhaled breath of endangered orcas in the northeast Pacific Ocean... >
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Man carrying a sword, dressed as Joker arrested in Virginia
WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) — Police in Virginia have arrested a man who was dressed as comic book villain the Joker and reportedly carrying a sword.... >
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New Zealand quake study reveals ruptures can be much bigger than we thought possible
Research into the 2016 Kaikoura quake revealed a domino effect that could change our understanding of seismic events worldwide.... >
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Do Spiders Have A Romantic Personality?
These spiders all have different ideas of what constitutes romance.... >