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Police say a group of hackers and street thieves in 27 countries nabbed a fortune without setting foot in a single bank.... READ ON
"The machine knows where it's going!"... READ ON
This is no party trick. These radiant sheep, dogs, and cats help further research of human diseases... READ ON
The mangled remains of a 14-year-old girl shed some light on the less savory elements of America's roots.... READ ON
The European science organization wants to remind the world that, 20 years ago, it gave us the World Wide Web for free... READ ON
The Boston Marathon bombing suspects are ethnic Chechens. Did their homeland's plight help radicalize them?... READ ON
One in 50 children are born with a condition called amblyopia, in which the vision in one eye fails to develop properly, resulting in what's commonly called a lazy eye. If left untreated, amblyopia can result in a loss of eyesight, which is why doctors try to catch it early.... READ ON
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield demonstrates what it's like to wring out a soaking-wet washcloth when the familiar properties of gravity are removed from the equation. ... READ ON
Spaghetti sauce now joins a veritable grocery list of items that have managed to trick frightened bank employees.... READ ON
One of Prince Charles's Secret Service code names was "Unicorn."