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Read more about British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars
Read more about British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars

British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars

Oct 19, 2021
Read more about British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars
Read more about British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars
The British Museum will display what it says is the world's oldest surviving map of the stars in a major upcoming exhibition on the Stonehenge stone circle.
Read more about Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line
Read more about Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line

Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line

Oct 04, 2021
Read more about Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line
Read more about Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line
The first Women's March of the Biden administration headed straight for the steps of the Supreme Court on Saturday, part of nationwide protests that drew thousands to Washington to demand continued access to abortion in a year when conservative lawmakers and judges have put it in jeopardy.
Read more about 2-headed baby turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal refuge
Read more about 2-headed baby turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal refuge

2-headed baby turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal refuge

Oct 17, 2021
Read more about 2-headed baby turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal refuge
Read more about 2-headed baby turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal refuge
A rare two-headed diamondback terrapin turtle is alive and kicking — with all six of its legs — at the Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center in Massachusetts after hatching two weeks ago.
Read more about UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution
Read more about UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution

UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution

Sep 21, 2021
Read more about UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution
Read more about UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution
After two high-level meetings in four days, frustrated leaders are still pointing to tomorrow — or next month — for key climate-change fighting promises.
Read more about Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later
Read more about Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later

Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later

Sep 30, 2021
Read more about Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later
Read more about Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later
A month after Hurricane Ida roared ashore with 150-mph (241-kph) winds, communities all along the state’s southeastern coast are still suffering from the devastating effects
Read more about UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution
Read more about UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution

UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution

Sep 21, 2021
Read more about UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution
Read more about UN climate talks: Faint progress on money, none on pollution
Opening pocketbooks wider to fight climate change? That’s looking slightly more doable. Closing more smokestacks for the same goal? Not yet sold.
Read more about Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices
Read more about Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices

Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices

Sep 21, 2021
Read more about Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices
Read more about Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices
Even in the hottest U.S. housing market in more than a decade, new home construction has turned into a frustratingly uncertain and costly proposition for many homebuilders.
Read more about Woman plans to help fellow Rwandan amputees get prosthetics
Read more about Woman plans to help fellow Rwandan amputees get prosthetics

Woman plans to help fellow Rwandan amputees get prosthetics

Sep 29, 2021
Read more about Woman plans to help fellow Rwandan amputees get prosthetics
Read more about Woman plans to help fellow Rwandan amputees get prosthetics
She was orphaned during Rwanda’s genocide and lost much of one of her legs to childhood cancer, but Claudine Humure has dreams of giving back to her once war-torn homeland. First, though, she needed a new leg to propel her on the next part of her journey.
Read more about Basta! Romans say enough to invasion of wild boars in city
Read more about Basta! Romans say enough to invasion of wild boars in city

Basta! Romans say enough to invasion of wild boars in city

Sep 29, 2021
Read more about Basta! Romans say enough to invasion of wild boars in city
Read more about Basta! Romans say enough to invasion of wild boars in city
Rome has been invaded by Gauls, Visigoths and vandals over the centuries, but the Eternal City is now grappling with a rampaging force of an entirely different sort: rubbish-seeking wild boars.
Read more about Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices
Read more about Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices

Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices

Sep 24, 2021
Read more about Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices
Read more about Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices
Even in the hottest U.S. housing market in more than a decade, new home construction has turned into a frustratingly uncertain and costly proposition for many homebuilders.