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Marines Who Fired Rocket Launchers Now Worry About Their Brains

The military is trying to figure out whether troops can sustain brain injuries from firing certain powerful weapons. Two Marines who used to shoot these weapons think they already know.

This is the south polar cap of Mars as it appeared to the Mars Orbiter Camera on the Mars Global Surveyor on April 17, 2000. An underground lake was found near here. NASA/JPL/MSSS, hide caption

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Underground Lake Found On Mars Beneath A Mile Of Ice

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Demi Lovato's fans have been tweeting their support to Lovato as the singer recovers from an alleged drug overdose. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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Reaction To Demi Lovato's Alleged Overdose Shows Changing Attitudes Toward Addiction

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After opening shortly before the 2016 election, the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., has quickly became a favorite gathering place for the president's supporters. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Federal Lawsuit Against President Trump's Business Interests Allowed To Proceed

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U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas trains in 2015 at the Texas ranch that was the training ground for U.S. women's gymnastics. Douglas was one of a number of U.S. gymnasts who accused former doctor Larry Nassar of sexual abuse. In February 2018 Nassar was convicted and sentenced to prison. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Olympic Athletes Fear Retaliation If They Speak Out

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