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September, 30, 2016

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It's a boy! Orangutan born at National Zoo, 1st in 25 years
National Zoo officials are celebrating the birth of a Bornean orangutan, the first at the zoo in 25 years.
 
Deep-sea volcano a hotspot for mysterious life
The turquoise waters became darker and darker, and squiggly glow-in-dark marine creatures began to glide past in the inky depths like ghosts.
 
London Fashion Week puts on brave face after Brexit
London Fashion Week opens on Friday with shows by Burberry, J.W. Anderson and Topshop UNIQUE, with the industry putting on a brave face amid concerns over the impact of Brexit.
 
Arctic sea ice this summer shrank to its second lowest level since scientists started to monitor it by satellite, with scientists saying it is another ominous signal of global warming.
 
First marine national monument to be created
U.S. President Barack Obama will establish on Thursday the first national marine monument in the Atlantic, a move that's designed to permanently protect nearly 5,000 square miles of underwater canyons and mountains off the coast of New England.
 
Virtual reality arrives at Tokyo Game Show
Virtual reality has arrived for real at the Tokyo Game Show, one of the world's biggest exhibitions for the latest in fun and games.
 
Ralph Lauren pushes the American West — and fast fashion
Call it "fast fashion," "runway-to-retail," or "see now-buy now." No matter the term, it's the unmistakable trend in fashion, and Ralph Lauren embraced it fully -- presenting his New York Fashion Week collection on the street outside his store, then inviting guests inside to buy what they'd just seen.
 
Men with early prostate cancer who choose to closely monitor their disease are just as likely to survive at least 10 years as those who have surgery or radiation, finds a major study that directly tested and compared these options.
 
A study presented at a scientific congress Thursday reported a link between long naps and a higher risk of diabetes, though it couldn't say if daytime sleeping was a symptom or a cause.
 
Eye on transport
People sit in a streetcar in downtown Milan, Italy, Tuesday, Sept. 13.
 
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