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Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Backyard bird feeders may ruffle some feathers, attracting aggressive breeds like house sparrows and doves while discouraging native species that eat insects and nectar, researchers said Monday.
Never let it be said that Rihanna doesn't know how to make an entrance.
Rihanna in queen's garb shuts down Met Gala carpet
An inquisitive koala nicknamed "Blinky Bill" has sauntered into the emergency department of an Australian hospital, exploring the waiting room for several minutes before wandering back out.
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
New sea star babies offer hope amid mass deaths
Emerging from a recent dive 12 meters below the surface of Puget Sound, biologist Ben Miner wasn't surprised by what he found: The troubling disease that wiped out millions of sea stars up and down the West Coast had not spared this site along the rocky cliffs of Lopez Island.
In China, a bike may be best way to find clean air, peace and quiet
On the third day of cycling through the rice terraces and rugged hillsides of southeastern Guizhou province, our group of eight needed a recharge. So we unsaddled in front of a store in Guochuan, a town we'd never heard of before.
Student activism exhibition draws young
The Student Activism exhibition (學動運生), organized by the Institute of Sociology (社會研究所) and the Digital Center (數位文化中心) of the Academia Sinica (中央研究院), has drawn more than 600 visitors since it opened in late April, with the great majority coming from local primary schools.
Haircuts of a spiky and unorthodox nature have reportedly been banned in Iran because they imply devil-worship, while tattoos and other male bodily adornments are also being outlawed.
A former Republican Party U.S. lawmaker, Bob Inglis, received the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award on Sunday for reversing his position on climate change despite the predictable political fallout that helped cost him his seat in Congress.
Republican Inglis gets JFK courage award for climate stance change
Sunday, May 3, 2015
After Somalia's famine, hunger persists
At a hospital in Mogadishu's Yaqshid district, children suffering from severe acute malnutrition, worsened by stomach and chest infections, are receiving treatment that is likely saving their young lives.
Flying people to deep space -- like Mars or an asteroid -- is high on NASA's wish list, but research on mice suggested Friday that extended radiation exposure permanently harms the brain.
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