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Evolving into robots

By Marvin Olasky
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Evolution | “A commitment for evolution.” That’s the slogan of a Nagasaki hotel scheduled to open in July and be staffed by 10 robots programmed to greet guests,

Frustrated by skeptics, doctors rename chronic fatigue syndrome

By James Marroquin
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Health | Laura Hillenbrand has been mostly confined indoors since becoming sick with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) more than 25 years ago. The author of the…

Neil deGrasse Tyson wins Censor of the Year award

By Ryan McKinnon
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Science | Neil deGrasse Tyson, host of television’s Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, won the Discovery Institute’s Censor of the Year award today. The honor “recognizes…

Are Ebola-fighting cows the first step toward human animals?

By Julie Borg
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Science | It’s not unusual for farms to have a herd of cows, unless those cows are a tiny bit human. One farm in Iowa has a herd of 50 black and white Holstein-Jersey…

From science to scientism in the Obama era

From science to scientism in the Obama era

By John G. West
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Science | An excerpt from the newly updated edition of John G. West’s Darwin Day in America

Face time

By Julie Borg
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Science | A mummy mask may have been hiding the oldest copy of the Gospel of Mark yet found

Midday Roundup: British lawmakers OK three-parent babies

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Risky experiment. Lawmakers in Britain’s House of Commons voted today to allow doctors to create three-parent embryos. The technique, which takes DNA from…

Another snow job

By Cal Thomas
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Climate Change | The network meteorologists barely had time to come up for air while “forecasting” the latest snowstorm non-disaster. Politicians, fearing what might…

Wings and a prayer

Wings and a prayer

By Julie Borg
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Science | Cockpit automation may inhibit pilots’ thinking skills 

Year-long space flight is a precursor to Mars missions

By Michael Cochrane
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Space | In just over two months, an American astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut will rocket to the International Space Station on a year-long mission to help…

Culture and Christianity meet in the press

By Nick Eicher
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Culture | Two recent articles in major American newspapers brought issues at the intersection of culture and Christianity back to the spotlight. On Christmas Day, The

Archeologists unearth possible site of Jesus’ trial

By Julie Borg
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History | Archeologists have discovered what they believe to be Herod’s palace and the much-debated site where Jesus’ trial took place. Most historians and…

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