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These once-exotic weapons in the cancer-fighting arsenal are getting faster, cheaper and more common.
The places change, the numbers change, but the choice of weapon remains the same. In the United States, people who want to kill a lot of other people most often do it with guns.
South Koreans say this year’s Olympic host is at the perfect elevation. In the U.S., this Idaho city measures up best
Any wind can exacerbate a wildfire, but unique traits of southeastern California’s Santa Ana winds make them particularly effective at spreading fires.
President Trump drastically reduced the size of two national monuments in Utah, potentially opening about 2 million acres of public land to mineral extraction and other activities in a state in which about 65 percent of all land is federally owned.
The plan relies on a promising but unproven system to destroy it with another missile.
Add a side of science to your Turkey Day feast with these sticky, spicy and somewhat silly tidbits.
What protests looked like on every NFL sideline.
After days of terrifying predictions, preparation and evacuations, Irma arrived in the Florida Keys on Sunday morning and on the Florida mainland Sunday afternoon.
Here’s a look at how far runners in each generation would get — if the race were a massive relay.