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Nations jockey for Arctic dominance

By Michael Cochrane
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Military | The United States is racing to keep pace with increased activity in the once-sleepy Arctic frontier, but it is far from taking the lead.  Nations across…

Ice-bound scientists get first-hand global warming lesson

By Julie Borg
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Science | A Chinese helicopter on Thursday rescued passengers from a ship stuck in Antarctic sea ice for nine days, sparking discussion about scientists’ questionable…

Amarillo College nixes intelligent design class

By Daniel James Devine
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Education | Emails show school officials canceled the class under pressure from an atheist group

Drug problem

Drug problem

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | ‘Publication bias’ gives doctors a skewed picture of pharmaceutical products

How dads affect kids’ brain function

How dads affect kids’ brain function

By Julie Borg
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Science | The absence of a father during childhood development may cause defects in a child’s brain structure that can lead to social and behavioral impairments,

Fossil finding shakes evolutionary theories

By Julie Borg
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Science | Creationists question Darwinian explanations of a recent DNA discovery

Eat no evil

Eat no evil

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | Federal regulators are on a warpath to rid the 50 states of trans fats

Life on other planets? Evidence is shaky, at best

By Julie Borg
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Science | Earlier this month, a report based on findings by NASA’s Kesler spacecraft made news when it claimed that Earth-like, habitable planets are surprisingly…

Creationists win second opinion on Texas textbook

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Education | Debate over teaching evolution in Texas lasted late into the night last week at a State Board of Education meeting. The board approved several textbooks, but…

California council shuns creation museum

By Sarah Padbury
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Science | The San Diego Museum Council last week denied membership to the Creation & Earth Science Museum in Santee, Calif. Local news reports said the museum…

Carbon goes green

Carbon goes green

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | The increase in CO2 is proving to be an unexpectedly large boon to plant life

How the solar eclipse revealed God

By Marvin Olasky
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Science | Uganda is a poor country, but God bestowed his riches on it this past week: He made its northwest corner the best place in the world from which to watch last…

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