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A 17-Year-Old Astronomer Recorded an Astonishing Rare Solar Flare Back in...

If you've never heard of Juan Valderrama y Aguilar, you're not alone. As it turns out, this amateur astronomer from Spain made history when...

Artist Louise Bourgeois on How Solitude Enriches Creative Work

"Nourish yourself with grand and austere ideas of beauty that feed the soul... Seek solitude," young Delacroix counseled himself in 1824. Keats saw solitude...

Belgian study links tumor growth with sugar intake

New research shows that sugar fuels cancer cells. A team of molecular biologists in Belgium have compiled research for nine years regarding sugar and...

United Nations General Assembly — Live Analysis

President Donald Trump responded to a question Monday about whether the United States intends to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal by saying: "You'll...

Irma Moves North, Leaves Nearly 60% of Florida Without Power

Private-sector insured losses from Irma are expected to be ​$20 billion to $40 billion, AIR Worldwide estimate​s, well below the more than $100 billion...

Hurricane Irma Barrels Toward Florida

U.K. defense secretary Michael Fallon said Thursday that following a meeting of top government and security officials in London the U.K. has decided to...

Could butter be healthier than toast? Food dilemmas you need to...

Rapid flip-flops on nutritional advice make it impossible to plan a healthy breakfast, let alone a nutritious meal. Is butter better than toast? Should...

Texas Hit Hard by Tropical Storm Harvey: Live Coverage

LA GRANGE, Texas-Though Houston was commanding much of the attention Monday, Tropical Storm Harvey's impact was still being felt across a wide swath of...

The Launch of This New Kind of Journal Report Could Be...

In an attempt to improve how scientists provide a clearer impression of their research, a major medical science journal has provided a template for...

Solar eclipse 2017: Live updates, viewing tips and complete coverage #wsjeclipse

Tens of thousands of people are expected to funnel into Idaho's Sawtooth National Recreation Area, which offers prime vantage points for more than two...