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Studies fault warming in much of 2013 wild weather
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Scientists looking at 16 cases of wild weather around the world last year see the fingerprints of man-made global warming on more than half of them....
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News Guide: Ash and gases halt search on volcano
Toxic gases and ash were still coming from the Mount Ontake volcano Monday, halting the search for more victims and the recovery of the bodies. Here's a summary of events and a guide to understanding them:...
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Wildlife populations plummet for 3,000 species
GENEVA (AP) -- About 3,000 species of wildlife around the world have seen their numbers plummet far worse than previously thought, according to a new study by one of the world's biggest environmental groups....
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Study: Recessions can postpone motherhood forever
NEW YORK (AP) -- When the economy tanks, women have fewer babies. But what happens in the following years, when conditions improve?...
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USC memory scientist Richard Thompson dies at 84
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Richard F. Thompson, the University of Southern California neuroscientist whose experiments with rabbits led to breakthrough discoveries on how memories are physically stored in the brain, has died. He was 84....
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European Space Agency sets date for comet landing
BERLIN (AP) -- The European Space Agency says it will attempt to land the first spacecraft on a comet on Nov. 12....
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US-Russian crew docks with space station
BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan (AP) -- A U.S.-Russian crew docked early Friday with the International Space Station, about six hours after launching from Russia's manned space facility in Kazakhstan....
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India releases first image of crater-scarred Mars
NEW DELHI (AP) -- India's space agency released the first image of the crater-scarred and dry surface of Mars taken by the nation's first interplanetary spacecraft after it began orbiting the red planet....
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Indonesia enlists wasps in war on crop killer
BOGOR, Indonesia (AP) -- They are the size of a pinhead and don't even pack a sting, but these tiny wasps are cold-blooded killers nonetheless. They work as nature's SWAT team, neutralizing a pest that threatens to destroy one of the developing world's most important staple foods: cassava....
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FACT CHECK: Obama's UN speech spins statistics
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- President Barack Obama glossed over some inconvenient truths Tuesday in his climate-change speech to the United Nations. For one, as the U.S. cleans up emissions at home, it's sending dirty fuel abroad to pollute the same sky....
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