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Here's Some New Teen Lingo for You: Dripping
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Can the President Legally Delete a Tweet?
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Reversible Saliva Lets Frog Switch Between Sticking Prey and Swallowing
Scientists have learned how frogs capture flying insects or even birds just by using their tongues.
 

 
 


Can a Country Leave the United Nations?
Eight Republican members of Congress are pushing legislation to remove the U.S. from the United Nations. Is that even possible? Has it ever happened before?
 

 
 


'Sanctuary Cities,' Refuges for Immigrants, Risk Losing Federal Funds
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Milky Way, How Do You Zip Through the Universe Like That?
Scientists have a new idea, and it has to do with gravitational attraction and repulsion.
 

 
 


Uber's Newest Flying Car Expert Comes From NASA
The rideshare giant envisions a flying vehicle future, hiring a pioneer who helped develop electric-powered, vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft. What's next?
 

 
 


USDA Deletes Animal Abuse Online Records
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Why DNA Evidence Can Be Unreliable
DNA found at a crime scene doesn't automatically mean the person matching it is guilty, say researchers of new forensics guide.
 

 
 


Why Is There a Gap at the Front of Public Toilet Seats?
Open-front public toilet seats are U-shaped, while those in private residences are O-shaped. What gives?
 

 
 


This U.S. Power Plant Shows Why Coal Is Dying, Won't Make a Comeback
The largest coal-fired power plant in the western United States could close up shop by the end of 2017. And the reasons aren’t strictly environmental.
 

 
 


Science Is Pretty Bad at Predicting Suicide Risk
Despite decades of research, we'd be just as well off flipping a coin, when it comes to estimating a person's likelihood to attempt suicide.
 

 

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