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Common ground in space despite escalating tensions on Earth

By Rob Holmes
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Space | A software snag turned a six-hour ride into a two-day journey for the Russian and American astronauts aboard a Soyuz capsule on its way to the International…

Vital Signs: Heartbeats not a sign of life in Arkansas

Vital Signs: Heartbeats not a sign of life in Arkansas

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | Viability vs. heartbeat. A federal judge declared Arkansas’s 12-week abortion ban unconstitutional, claiming that viability, not a heartbeat, remains the…

Losing control of the internet

Losing control of the internet

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Technology | Who controls the internet? Depends on whom you ask, and what you mean by “control.” The internet as we know it now is a miracle of free enterprise and…

How a 3-D printer saved a dying baby

By Mark Russell
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Health | Using 3-D printing technology, a University of Michigan surgeon made it possible for an 18-month-old boy to win his battle to breathe. The Jan. 31 surgery…

In our faces

By Daniel James Devine
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Technology | OK for specialized tasks, wearable computers are meeting social roadblocks

Flower power keeps zombies at bay

By Ben Cogan
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Technology | Less violence and more cooperation is the goal of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

Has SXSW lost its culture-making mojo?

By Warren Cole Smith
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Culture | Join WORLD's Warren Cole Smith as he goes in search of what's keeping Austin weird

Infant information

Infant information

By Daniel James Devine
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Technology | New infant sleep monitors help some parents rest easy, but the health benefits are questionable

Midday Roundup: Self-inflicted shutdown wound

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Park pain. The Obama administration’s decision to shutter national parks during last fall’s partial government shutdown cost the parks and surrounding…

Midday Roundup: Boy Scouts caught between a mouse and a hard place

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Scouting’s woes. Walt Disney World is cutting grant funding to local Boy Scout troops in Florida over a policy that bans gay adults from serving as leaders.

Mark as unread

Mark as unread

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | How are y’all doing in the 21st century? Here in a suburb of Philadelphia I’m finding it challenging. I just went through my email and marked three…

Is that a swarm of drones on the horizon?

By Rob Holmes
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Technology | While U.S. businesses yearn to launch drones for agricultural, surveillance, and delivery purposes, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) continues to ban…

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