President Trump urged Republicans to “go for the much higher numbers” in stalled negotiations over another economic recovery package, undercutting his party’s push for a bare-bones plan.
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One of the biggest surveys ever of ancient DNA offers new evidence of who the Vikings were and where they went raiding and trading.
But the changes could backfire, experts say, pushing more insurers to stop offering coverage in areas where fire risk is rising because of climate change.
Scientists have found a potent chemical that might give Australian giant stinging trees their extraordinarily painful punch.
I got my hands on two Reolink cameras RLC-522 & RLC-520 as well as the Reolink NVR RLN8-410. As you may guess I will set these things up and I will compare the cameras, but that is not enough for me and I will also try to add them in Blue Iri...
Despite the president’s statements about military involvement in the vaccine rollout, officials said that for most people, “there will be no federal official who touches any of this vaccine.”
Leather goods made of fungi are versatile and sustainable, a new study finds.
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Extreme temperatures and more severe droughts, the result of human-caused climate change, have created a world that’s ready to burn.
A so-called monoclonal antibody lowered levels of the coronavirus and prevented hospitalizations. The research has not yet been vetted by independent experts.