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Large Hadron Collider starts 3rd run to unravel more mysteries about the Universe

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In Ian Falconer's new book, 'Two Dogs' cause mischief after being left home alone

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A screenshot from a television ad promoting Chris Mathys, who ran for the GOP nomination in California's 22d Congressional district, was paid for by a Democratic political action committee. House Majority PAC hide caption

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Democrats are bankrolling ads promoting fringe Republican candidates. Here's why

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Patients in 'trigger law' states reorient after access to abortion care halts

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Here's what makes poetry and gardens a perfect pair, according to 2 poet-gardeners

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Why Democrats are paying for ads supporting Republican primary candidates

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Filipino archivist races to protect history of abuses ahead of Marcos presidency

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Missing men were killed trying to warn of illegal activity threatening the Amazon

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After 27 years, Microsoft has retired Internet Explorer

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Climate change could be to blame for the Sriracha shortage

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Gabby Giffords reflects on this moment in time for gun safety measures

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Sen. Raphael Warnock on his new memoir 'A Way Out of No Way' and what gives him hope

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The Suffers lead singer Kam Franklin talks about the tough road to their latest album

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Overachiever Tracy Flick faces her unmet life expectations in 'Tracy Flick Can't Win'

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Homophobia has lingered in baseball since the days of Glenn Burke in the 1970s

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