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This artist's impression shows the dust torus around a super-massive black hole. Black holes lurk at the centers of active galaxies. The jets emanating from the black hole send neutrinos hurtling into space. ESA/NASA/the AVO project/Paolo Padovani hide caption

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Space

A 4 Billion Light-Year Journey Ends At The South Pole

Ghostly particles called neutrinos can travel nearly unimpeded across the universe. For the first time, physicists have been able to pinpoint the origin of a powerful neutrino.

The Federal Aviation Administration is refusing to regulate the size of airline seats, saying it sees no evidence that filling smaller seats with bigger passengers slows emergency evacuations. NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Tired Of Tiny Seats And No Legroom On Flights? Don't Expect It To Change

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This artist's impression shows the dust torus around a super-massive black hole. Black holes lurk at the centers of active galaxies. The jets emanating from the black hole send neutrinos hurtling into space. ESA/NASA/the AVO project/Paolo Padovani hide caption

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A 4 Billion Light-Year Journey Ends At The South Pole

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Deputy Assistant FBI Director Peter Strzok (center) waits to testify before a joint committee hearing of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees on Capitol Hill Thursday. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Embattled FBI Agent Peter Strzok Clashes With GOP In Raucous Hearing

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Ruben Garcia (center), director of the Annunciation House, speaks with migrant parents on June 26, 2018, in El Paso, Texas. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Trump Officials Struggle To Meet Deadlines Even As More Migrant Families Reunited

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A public telephone booth in Asmara, Eritrea. Ethiopians and Eritreans are calling each other this week as phone lines that had been dormant for decades came to life. Thomas Mukoya/Reuters hide caption

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'I Am Calling Randomly To Say Hi': Eritreans, Ethiopians Phone Each Other Amid Thaw

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