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Friday, July 31, 2015
More than a century after slavery officially ended in Brazil, DNA tests are giving Afro-Brazilians the intriguing chance to find out who they are beyond mere skin color.
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Five ways Windows 10 fixes annoyances
took me just a weekend to get comfortable with Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system, something I never did with its predecessor, Windows 8, even after nearly three years.
Intel and Micron Technology on Tuesday revealed what they touted as a new kind of memory chip that could "revolutionize" computing devices, services and applications.
Clues in the ruins where Britain's empire was born
Archaeologists said Tuesday they have identified the remains of four men who were among the leaders of an early English settlement in Virginia's Jamestown.
French students find 560,000-year-old tooth
Two students have found a human tooth from about 560,000 years ago in a famous prehistoric cave in southwestern France, a discovery praised by archaeologists as the oldest human body part ever discovered in the country and being rare from that period in Europe.
The last of the wild horses on Great Abaco island in the Bahamas has died, prompting caretakers to collect tissue for possible cloning and hopefully bring back a viable population.
A fugitive has been arrested after U.S. federal agents saw his photo in a Washington state newspaper that ran a story about a low-budget horror movie.
For dating apps in Asia, love by numbers or chaperone
Move over Tinder -- a crop of dating apps in smartphone-addicted Asia is offering to recruit friends for group dates or send along a chaperone to steer the course of romance.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Australian humpback's comeback a 'symbol of hope'
Australia's humpback populations have recovered so well from years of devastating whaling that they could be delisted as a threatened species in a conservation success story scientists Tuesday hailed as "a symbol of hope."
Hillary Clinton laid out ambitious plans Monday to invest in solar and other renewable energy if elected U.S. president, drawing a contrast with her fossil fuel-loving Republican rivals.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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