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Australian man charged in murder of five family members

2 weeks ago from UPI

A man was charged with murdering his three daughters, his wife and her mother in Australia, police said.

U.N.: 30,000 displaced in Syria ahead of planned Idlib offensive

2 weeks ago from UPI

The United Nations warned of a potential for the "worst humanitarian catastrophe" of the century in Syria as thousands were internally displaced in the rebel-held enclave of Idlib.

Here's Why There Are Hundreds of Ancient, Mummified Penguins in Antarctica

2 weeks ago from Live Science

The bodies of hundreds of mummified penguins in Antarctica aren't a sign of an ancient illness that swept through the icy continent, nor are they the remains of a penguin...

Evidence of early planetary shake-up

2 weeks ago from Science Daily

Scientists have studied an unusual pair of asteroids and discovered that their existence points to an early planetary rearrangement in our solar system.

'Outlander' Season 4 trailer: Claire, Jamie settle in colonial America

2 weeks ago from UPI

Claire and Jamie Fraser attempt to settle down in colonial America in the new Season 4 trailer of Starz series "Outlander."

'Shadow of the Tomb Raider' trailer: Croft braves a deadly jungle

2 weeks ago from UPI

Lara Croft must survive inside deadly jungles located in South America in the latest trailer for upcoming video game sequel, "Shadow of the Tomb Raider."

Los Angeles Dodgers hope to use Cincinnati Reds to gain ground in playoff race

2 weeks ago from UPI

The Los Angeles Dodgers open a three-game series against the last-place Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park on Monday night.

Chicago White Sox look to end five-game skid vs. Kansas City Royals

2 weeks ago from UPI

The Chicago White Sox will try to snap a five-game losing streak when they visit the Kansas City Royals to open a three-game series Monday at Kauffman Stadium.

Paralyzed in Toronto's Danforth shooting, Danielle Kane focuses on healing and forgiveness

2 weeks ago from CBC: Health

Danielle Kane, 31, was left paralyzed after a gunman opened fire on a busy night in Toronto's Greektown last July. In an effort to make peace with her new life,...

Air Force Secretary Affirms Support for Space Force

2 weeks ago from Space.com

Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson: "We support the president's proposal."

Miss America 2019 rebranded as Miss America 2.0

2 weeks ago from UPI

Miss America aired with many changes and is being called Miss America 2.0.

For families of some 9/11 victims, new DNA tools reopen old wounds

2 weeks ago from Reuters:Science

A breakthrough in DNA analysis is helping identify more victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in New York, but the scientific advance is of little consolation for families of...

'Hunger stones' tell Elbe's centuries-old tale of drought

2 weeks ago from Physorg

Once an ominous harbinger of hard times and even famine due to critically low water levels, a massive "hunger stone" embedded deep in the Elbe River has reappeared in the...

Dallas police officer arrested for killing man after she entered wrong apartment

2 weeks ago from UPI

The Dallas Police Department released the name of the officer who entered the wrong apartment, believing it was hers, and fatally shot a man in his own home.

Dallas police officer arrested after entering wrong apartment and killing man

2 weeks ago from UPI

The Dallas Police Department released the name of the officer who entered the wrong apartment, believing it was hers, and fatally shot a man in his own home.

At least 19 killed as plane crashes in South Sudan

2 weeks ago from UPI

At least 19 people were killed when a plane crashed into a river in south Sudan, local officials said Sunday.

'The Nun' is the No. 1 movie in North America with $53.5M

2 weeks ago from UPI

"The Nun" is the No. 1 movie in North America, earning $53.5 million in receipts, BoxOfficeMojo.com announced Sunday.

Watch: Houston Astros celebrate Alex Bregman homer with bobsled celebration

2 weeks ago from UPI

The Houston Astros broke out in a bobsled celebration after Alex Bregman went deep against the Boston Red Sox.

One dead, four injured in shooting near Auburn University

2 weeks ago from UPI

One man died and four other people were injured in a shooting early Sunday at a McDonald's and across the street from Auburn University in Alabama.

Chemical clue suggests spurned account of Indian yellow’s origins might be right after all

2 weeks ago from C&EN

Hippuric acid suggests historical pigment was made from urine of cows fed a special diet

Shortage of BIT, a key preservative, looms

2 weeks ago from C&EN

Disruption of Chinese raw material supply poses a reformulation headache for paint makers and others

Cincinnati Bengals sign WR Alex Erickson to two-year extension

2 weeks ago from UPI

The Cincinnati Bengals have signed wide receiver Alex Erickson to a two-year contract extension.

Rejuvenated Matt Harvey gets nod for Cincinnati Reds vs. San Diego Padres

2 weeks ago from UPI

Matt Harvey knew the moment he was traded from the New York Mets to the Cincinnati Reds that he was pitching as much for 2019 as he was for 2018.

Why scientists in Los Angeles are so excited about a new collection of ancient amber

2 weeks ago from LA Times - Science

Insects have been the most dominant land animals on the planet, as measured by mass and ecological effects, since before the time of the dinosaurs. Yet their biological bulk is...

Man discovers glowing rocks called "Yooperlite"

2 weeks ago from CBSNews - Science

A gem enthusiast in Michigan who found glowing rocks on the beach last year is now officially credited with their discovery

Milestone: The Psychology Establishment Acknowledges PSI

2 weeks ago from Science Blog

Since man has been on earth, there have been reports of paranormal events.  Since the scientific method was established, it has been applied to the study telepathy, precognition, remote viewing,...

Before it burned, Brazil’s National Museum gave much to science

2 weeks ago from Sciencenews.org

When Brazil’s National Museum went up in flames, so did the hard work of the researchers who work there.

Why scientists in Los Angeles are so excited about a new collection of ancient amber

2 weeks ago from LA Times - Science

Insects have been the most dominant land animals on the planet, as measured by mass and ecological effects, since before the time of the dinosaurs. Yet their biological bulk is...