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Scientists Sequenced the Genes of Ancient Plague Bacteria That Spread the...

Scientists have gained some insight into one of the first known calamities to visit mankind: a two century-long pandemic caused by the bacterial disease...

Trump’s Misguided Ban on Federal Fetal-Tissue Research Can Only Hurt Science

The Trump administration is halting fetal tissue research by government scientists and placing new restrictions on how the National Institutes of Health issues grants...

Ted Cruz Takes On YouTube With Impotent Threats and Brain Worms

Throwing his arms around a far-right provocateur whose shtick includes labeling political adversaries "queers" and "fags," Senator Ted Cruz on Thursday tweeted a rebuke...

Jeff Bezos Outlines Plan to Colonize Space, Interrupted by Chicken Protestor

This week Amazon is hosting its first Re:Mars conference, a Las Vegas event where researchers, executives, and Tony Stark are discussing AI and space...

AT&T’s Plan for a Netflix Killer Reportedly Gets an Overhaul, Expected...

When AT&T bought Time Warner and created WarnerMedia, it seemed poised to create yet another streaming video service designed to compete against the likes...

Why Islamic State Recruitment Is Thriving on Telegram

New research coming out of George Washington University today provides one of the most exhaustive looks yet at the vast and complex network of...

Who Knew Signs of the Apocalypse Would Be So Adorable?

Imagine for a moment that you're having a boring Tuesday evening at work watching the radar in Southern California for the National Weather Service....

Is Stadia Already Screwed?

We finally have the major details on Stadia, Google's big push into gaming and at a glance it looks great: Crossplay with Xbox and...

Goo From Giant Salamanders Is Impressively Good at Sealing Wounds

When Chinese giant salamanders are injured, they discharge white mucus from glands on their skin. As new research shows, this sticky salamander goo makes...

Astronomers Spot Mysterious, 10-Million-Light-Year-Long Magnetic Field Connecting Two Galaxy Clusters

Scientists have detected radio waves emanating from the space between a pair of galaxy clusters-evidence of intergalactic magnetic fields and fast-moving particles in the...