According to a new report, unless more is done to combat climate change, extreme weather like the drought now gripping California will only grow more common. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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Is The Latest Climate Report Too Much Of A Downer?
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This statistical map guided searchers to an Air France flight that disappeared into the Atlantic Ocean in 2009. C. Keller/Metron hide caption

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Can A 250-Year-Old Mathematical Theorem Find A Missing Plane?
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Can Mathematics Find Missing Malaysia Jetliner?
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Missing Jet May Be Thought Lost At Sea, But The Search Carries On
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The Russian ship Pyotr Velikiy (Peter the Great), seen here docked in the Cypriot port of Limassol in February, is part of the team involved in escorting shipments of Syria's chemical weapons material for destruction. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Russia-U.S. Tensions Could Stall Syrian Chemical Weapons Removal
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It's OK, kids. Even Albert Einstein sometimes made math mistakes. Harris & Ewing/Library of Congress hide caption

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Einstein's Lost Theory Discovered ... And It's Wrong
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Ripples In Space Could Point To The Universe's Beginnings
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Out Of Antarctica, A 'Grand Slam' That Leads Back To The Big Bang
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The Difficulty Of Making A Modern Airplane Disappear
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Former missile officer Edward Warren says he and others felt enormous pressure to cheat. Courtesy of Edward Warren hide caption

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Ex-Missile Crew Members Say Cheating Is Part Of The Culture
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Russian personnel are the first to meet space station crew members when they return to earth. Bill Ingalls/NASA hide caption

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Despite Diplomatic Tensions, U.S.-Russia Space Ties Persist
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Earthbound Tensions Don't Reach Russian-American Space Partnership
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With Waste Dump Closed, Where To Put Nuclear Leftovers?
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In this undated photo provided by the U.S. Department of Energy, a shipment of nuclear waste arrives at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, near Carlsbad, N.M. U.S. Department of Energy, Carlsbad Field Office/AP hide caption

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13 Workers Exposed To Radiation At N.M. Nuclear Waste Dump
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