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A protein unique to a miniscule creature called a water bear, reputedly the most indestructible animal on Earth, protects human DNA from X-ray damage, stunned researchers reported Tuesday.
 
Archeologists have discovered a 2,000-year-old human skeleton at the same Mediterranean shipwreck that yielded the most sophisticated piece of technology, a clockwork, to survive Antiquity, Nature reported Monday.
 
Washington's biracial family tree confirmed
George Washington's adopted son was a bit of a ne'er-do-well by most accounts, including those of Washington himself, who wrote about his frustrations with the boy they called "Wash."
 
Space probe maps one billion stars in   Milky Way: ESA
The Gaia space probe, launched in 2013, has mapped more than a billion stars in the Milky Way, vastly expanding the inventory of known stars in our galaxy, the European Space Agency said Wednesday.
 
The second of two British explorer ships that vanished in the Arctic nearly 170 years ago during a storied expedition to find the fabled Northwest Passage has been found.
 
Thunderstorms brew in Florida
Fishermen cast lines off a jetty as the sun rises in Bal Harbour, Florida on Monday, Sept. 12. According to the National Weather Service, numerous thunderstorms are expected Monday into tonight around South Florida.
 
Nearly 160 years after the massacre of a wagon train in southern Utah, the pioneers' descendants got their first glimpse of what is believed to be their gravesites.
 
Scientists studying whales in Australia have gained rare images of a white calf swimming with its mother as part of a project they hope will help conservation efforts.
 
Battle-scarred zoo roars back to life
Its scarred lion Marjan was for years a symbol of Afghan survival.
 
Poor Hungarian town eyes riches of Sultan Suleiman
The recent discovery of the tomb of Suleiman the Magnificent, considered the greatest Ottoman ruler, has raised hopes of a tourism boom in one of Hungary's most impoverished areas.
 
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