Light pollution increasing around globe
The findings, described in the journal Science Advances, track what researchers called a worrisome trend that has implications for the environment and human health.
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Bradley beats Div. II Missouri Science & Technology 79-45
Nate Kennell scored 18 points with five assists and Bradley beat Division II Missouri Science & Technology 79-45 on Wednesday night. Elijah Childs added 14 points and eight...
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BLAST OFF: Man plans weekend trip in homemade rocket
Mike Hughes is a limo driver and a self-taught rocket scientist who plans to blast off in a homemade rocket this Saturday.
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May's U.K. Budget Largesse Comes Too Late in the Year for Voters
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's government delivered the kind of Budget it should have fired up five months ago - when there was an election at stake.
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Puzzling patches in Earth's interior billions of years in the making
Mysterious patches on the planet's core that dampen seismic waves could be the result of ancient seawater chemically reacting with iron under extreme conditions.
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Do CT Scans Cause Breast Cancer?
In 2011, there were more than 85 million CT scans performed in American hospitals. In 2010, one in every 10 Americans underwent the procedure. Developed in the 1970's, the CT...
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Georgia editorial roundup
Recent editorials from Georgia newspapers: Nov. 19 Savannah Morning News on archaeology regulations for developers to help save history and artifacts: Last summer, Savannah...
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Antarctic detector offers first look at how Earth stops high-energy neutrinos in their tracks
An interdisciplinary team of researchers using the IceCube Neutrino Observatory in Antarctica has measured how certain high-energy neutrinos are absorbed by the Earth, as...
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Making VR that Matters: Johns Hopkins' New Immersive Storytelling and Emerging Technologies Program
In last summer's print issue of Filmmaker I wrote about the ways that university film and computer science departments are adapting to teach virtual and augmented reality in...
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You'll be happier if you put up holiday decorations early: study
Science has spoken: People who put up Christmas decorations early are happier. Steve McKeown, a psychoanalyst and owner of The McKeown Clinic, told Unilad that putting...
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NY Attorney General investigating Uber data breach
New York law requires that companies notify the Attorney General and consumers if data is stolen.
Woman raises money for homeless man who spent $20 to help her
A New Jersey woman who was helped by a homeless man when she ran out of gas is raising money to help the man recover.
Heat top Celtics, snap Boston's 16-game win streak
The 16-game winning streak ended tied for the fourth-longest in Celtics history.
Airlines agree $95.2m payout over hijacked planes used on 9/11
Insurers for American Airlines and United Airlines will foot part of a $95.2 million damage claim brought by the developers of the World Trade Center, after the buildings were...
Doug Jones campaign releases ad targeting allegations against Roy Moore
A race in Alabama to fill a U.S. Senate seat is continuing to focus on sexual assault allegations against Republican nominee Roy Moore.
Former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar pleads guilty to sex charges
A former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor accused of molesting seven girls has pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal sexual conduct and faces at least 25...
Jeff Sessions orders review of gun background check system
Reuters U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday ordered a review of a government database used for background checks on gun buyers, after a man who killed 26 people in...
Two more women accuse Al Franken of groping
Two more women have reportedly accused Senator Al Franken of groping them during campaign events nearly a decade ago. The women told The Huffington Post that the Minnesota...
Tillerson: Myanmar clearly 'ethnic cleansing' the Rohingya
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has shifted his stance on the Myanmar government's actions against the Rohingya Muslim minority in the country.
Federal Judge Blocks New Texas Anti-Abortion Law
Texas sought to ban a common procedure for ending second-term pregnancies. Courts in four other states have blocked similar laws.