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Breakthroughs arise from a precise mix of old and new knowledge, say scientists
First-responder ants suggest helping may be widespread in nature
Want to encourage cooperation? Try exchanging names.
Menu miscue: Yale study prompts mammoth newspaper correction
Do you know Planet Earth? Take the quiz.
How much do you know about Cuba? Take our quiz!
Nepal earthquake: How to help
Why do humans have chins?
How well do you know the Eiffel Tower? Take our quiz!
Pi Day pizza: How big would this pizza be with $85,000 in shredded mozzarella?
Do our languages skew toward happiness?
Deflategate: Can science tell us if the Patriots cheated? (+video)
Britain in crisis as Cadbury changes Creme Egg recipe (+video)
Annie Jump Cannon: Why organizing the cosmos took a woman's touch
Wildebeest attack prompts calls from gnu-control advocates
You really need to watch this kangaroo street brawl – for science, of course (+video)
Thinking of getting a chimpanzee? Read this first. (+video)
Why is your face unique? New study offers clues.
The Ballad of the Stranded Whale Watch Ship
How strong is gravity? Scientists devise new way to measure.
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To colonize space, start closer to Earth
John Kasich raises 'taking out' top North Korean leaders
Fried pickles and populism: a diner tour of Trump Country
As Trump addresses NRA, some gun owners concerned about going too far
North Korea: Can US lead global 'village' toward diplomatic solution?
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