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Environment

Oil Boom Means Sky Watchers Hoping for Starlight Just Get Stars, Lite

Light pollution has increased by 500 percent at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota, thanks to nearby oil fields. Stargazers and oilmen are working together to find a solution.

Solar storms from the sun send charged particles streaming towards Mars. Research now shows those particles are stripping away the atmosphere. NASA/GSFC hide caption

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Researchers Reveal How Climate Change Killed Mars

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Sabali [Vitalic Remix Radio Edit] Amadou & Mariam
Get a Move On [Radio Edit] Mr. Scruff

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Oil Boom Means Sky Watchers Hoping for Starlight Just Get Stars, Lite

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James Bond (Daniel Craig) is back in Spectre. It's everything Bond fans could want, and then some. Jonathan Olley/Courtesy of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures hide caption

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In 'Spectre,' Bond's Back And Looking Over His Shoulder

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Out of Bullets
Lisztomania Phoenix
Drink Me Hot Chris Joss
Loco's Lament Tommy Guerrero
Machado Bixiga 70
Community Gold Panda
Goumari Watcha Clan
Lilies of the Valley Jun Miyake

David Carlson served two tours in Iraq while in the military. Courtesy of David Carlson hide caption

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Behind Bars, Vets With PTSD Face A New War Zone, With Little Support

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Anything You Synthesize The American Dollar
Lanza Perfume Sol Pereyra
Fast Lane Rationale
Hello Adele
Watermelon Man Herbie Hancock

Bing Crosby, who was one of the most popular musicians of the time, recorded "Ballad for Americans." via Radio Diaries hide caption

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'Ballad For Americans' Sent 'Message Of Unity' In 1940 Presidential Race

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Ballad for Americans, Pt. 1 Bing Crosby
Changes Faul & Wad Ad

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