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New idea shakes up dinosaur family tree
Tyrannosaurus Rex and his buddies could be on the move as a new study proposes a massive shake-up of the dinosaur family tree.
 
Worry too much? Optimism grows with age: poll
Feel down about getting older? Wish your life was better? Worried about all the problems that come with age?
 
Navy turns to hungry seals for innovation
The U.S. Navy is enlisting the help of seals -- but not the kind of highly trained special operatives with whom it usually associates.
 
Facebook says its data can't be used for 'surveillance'
Facebook is prohibiting developers from using the massive amount of data it collects on users for surveillance. This includes using such data to monitor activists and protesters.
 
6-pound tumor removed from 12-year-old's mouth
Twelve-year-old Janet Sylva of Gambia wants to be a doctor when she grows up, she says with a broad grin -- one that surgeons in New York gave back to her after removing from her mouth one of the largest tumors they'd ever seen.
 
'Pokemon Go' fans welcome updates
Few games have enjoyed both the meteoric rise -- and subsequent fall -- in popularity as "Pokemon Go."
 
Olah, Nobel winner who changed refining, dies
George A. Olah, whose work won a Nobel Prize in chemistry and paved the way for more effective oil refining and ways of producing less-polluting forms of gasoline, has died at age 89.
 
A Neanderthal menu: Woolly rhinos in Belgium, wild mushrooms in Spain
Eating like a caveman meant chowing down on woolly rhinos and sheep in Belgium, but munching on mushrooms, pine nuts and moss in Spain. It all depended on where they lived, new research shows.
 
CIA eavesdropping through smart devices
Maybe the CIA is spying on you through your television set after all.
 
Internet-connected 'smart' devices are dunces about security
These days, it's possible to use your phone -- and sometimes just your voice -- to control everything from your TV to your lights, your thermostat and shades, even your car or medical device. (At least, once you have gadgets that can listen.)
 
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