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Germany’s Merkel faces decisive week on climate protection

BERLIN (AP) — Germany faces a decisive week in its efforts to combat climate change, with Chancellor Angela Merkel pledging…

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Psychologists Reveal What People Really Think About Your Selfies

No matter how good you think you look, there’s something about posting a selfie that might frame you in a…

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The Amazon rainforest is still on fire: What’s happening and how you can help

The Amazon rainforest is burning at a record rate. Earlier this month, Brazil declared a state of emergency over the…

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How teen Greta Thunberg went from solitary climate change protester to icon

LAUSANNE, Switzerland ⁠— Staring through a swarm of photographers and television crews, self-described introvert Greta Thunberg took the stage at…

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Revealed: The Face of One of Scotland’s Oldest Druids, Who Lived to Double the Normal Life Expectancy

The face of one of Scotland’s oldest druids has been revealed. The woman, who has been nicknamed Hilda, was about…

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Archaeologists find evidence of Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem — as told in the Bible

Archaeologists excavating on Mount Zion in Jerusalem have uncovered evidence of the Babylonian conquest of the city, appearing to confirm…

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Trump makes changes to Endangered Species Act — critics say changes will drive more creatures to extinction

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Monday rolled out some of the broadest changes in decades to enforcement of…

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Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Is Behaving Strangely

If on a clear and starry night in mid-May you had trained a high-powered telescope on just the right part…

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Scientists Successfully Turn Breast Cancer Cells Into Fat to Stop Them From Spreading

Researchers have been able to coax human breast cancer cells to turn into fat cells in a new proof-of-concept study…

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Scientists link Europe heat wave to man-made global warming

AMSTERDAM (AP) — The heat wave that smashed temperature records in Western Europe last month was made more intense by…

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At least 20 people have died from Europe’s extreme heat. The Arctic caught on fire. This is what climate change looks like.

The thermometer in the French capital hit 108.6 degrees Fahrenheit (42.6 degrees Celsius). Locals hopped into the Trocadéro fountain across from the…

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Moon back in NASA’s court 50 years after 1st lunar landing

Fifty years after humanity’s first lunar footsteps, the moon is back in NASA’s court. The White House wants U.S. astronauts…

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