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Sunday, September 20, 2015
A powerful earthquake strikes off the Pacific coast of Mexico. Within seconds, radio transmissions, megaphones and smartphone apps blare warnings to the capital's 20 million people before the ground shakes.
A top iPhone ad-blocking application was pulled from the App Store on Friday by its creator, amid a surge in interest in new programs to thwart marketing messages.
Saturday, September 19, 2015
Showman Marc Jacobs brought New York's spring/summer fashion week to a sumptuous close with a stunning catwalk display of Americana and 1940s glamour down the red carpet and through a fabled movie theater.
Marc Jacobs crowns NY fashion with display
Captive snake with no male partner gives birth — again
For the second time in two years, a captive snake in the U.S. has given birth without any interaction with a member of the opposite sex.
Supplier Orbital faces risks in resuming space runs: NASA
One of NASA's two commercial suppliers, Virginia-based Orbital, faces an uphill struggle in resuming deliveries to the International Space Station, according to a U.S. government report issued Thursday.
Attention science buffs, are the following statements true or false?
Last month was the hottest August in modern history, in the latest sign of an unusually warm year across the world's land and sea surfaces, U.S. government scientists said Thursday.
French startup claims breakthrough development of in-vitro human sperm
A French startup working with a top government lab said it has developed in-vitro human sperm, claiming a breakthrough in infertility treatment sought for more than a decade.
Actors join campaign to draw attention to Arctic
Critics of Arctic offshore petroleum drilling have used climbing gear, kayaks and polar bear costumes to protest industrial activity in the Arctic. They're now trying humor.
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A tiny invisibility cloak has been invented by U.S. scientists who are edging ever-closer to a real version of what has until now been a staple of science fiction, researchers said Thursday.
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