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FAA implores pilots in US to be considerate of disconcerted walruses
U.S. pilots need to beware of flying too low and scaring walruses forced onto land in northern Alaska by global warming, the Federal Aviation Administration said Tuesday.
 
Cygnus space capsule departs International Space Station
WASHINGTON - Orbital ATK's unmanned Cygnus space capsule departed from the International Space Station on schedule Tuesday, three months after delivering 7,500 pounds (3,400 kilos) of supplies, material for scientific experiments and equipment to the orbiting outpost.
 
Archaeologist claims he's found ancient Greek kings' throne
A Greek archaeologist believes he has found a fragment of the lost throne of the rulers of Mycenae, famous from ancient myth and the story of the Trojan War.
 
Sanctuary offers hope for endangered Philippine eagle
Surprisingly loud chirps accompany a clumsy flurry of tiny wings as a wispy-haired chick breaks through its shell, its birth offering rare cause for celebration in the struggle to save the Philippine eagle from extinction.
 
Exotic animals from Italy's underworld get second chance
In ancient Rome, they would have been pitted against gladiators or served up at banquets.
 
Researchers have found an organic molecule essential to biology in interstellar space for the first time, announced experts Tuesday, a discovery that could help solve a long-time mystery.
 
Historic sites get more visitors due to 'Hamilton' fans
Historic sites connected to Alexander Hamilton are getting a lot more visitors than they used to, thanks to a little Broadway show you might have heard about.
 
'Everyday Architecture Re-made in Taiwan'
The historic city of Venice hosts the 15th Architecture Biennale this year, with exhibitions spanning from May 28 to Nov. 27. Venice, Italy, in and of itself an architectural phenomenon...
 
Chicago-area woman who created beehive hairdo dies
Margaret Vinci Heldt, who became a hairstyling celebrity after she created the famous beehive hairdo in 1960, has died at age 98.
 
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