The World Remembers Neil Armstrong
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Gazing Up At A Double Sun
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Meet The Brains Behind "Bones"
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Surveying The Mobile Landscape, Post Patent Battle
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Unwinding The Cucumber Tendril Mystery
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Time To Overhaul America's Aging Bridges?
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Meet Your Ancient Relatives: The Denisovans
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A replica of the pinky bone fragment found in a Siberian cave. Researchers used the bone bit to extract and sequence the genome of a girl who lived tens of thousands of years ago. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology hide caption

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Pinky DNA Points To Clues About Ancient Humans
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Two men from northwestern Missouri became ill after tick bites infected them with a previously unknown virus. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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People walk in the storm surge from Hurricane Isaac along Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans. Isaac was later downgraded to a tropical storm as it continued to grind its way through the Gulf Coast, dropping torrential rain and generating dangerous storm surges. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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A Beechcraft airplane sprays insecticide over Dallas early Monday morning to curb the spread of West Nile virus. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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With West Nile On The Rise, We Answer Your Questions
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Fracking Activists Try To Sway N.Y. Gov. Cuomo
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Research suggests basic forms of learning are possible while snoozing. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Can You Learn While You're Asleep?
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