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The landmark detection paves the way to detect more neutron star collisions and probe the mysteries of dark energy.
Alligators in Florida and Georgia were documented eating stingrays, too.
Pieces weighing up to 220 pounds could make it to the Earth's surface. Somewhere.
Anthony Dickerson said doctors want him to prove that he has complied with his parole officer for the next three months.
Past water tests at the site have shown the presence of potentially harmful industrial solvents.
For the first time, scientists observed a cosmic phenomenon using both gravitational wave detectors and traditional telescopes, starting a new kind of astrophysics.
There’s a lot of science to understand about this new discovery.
Forceps that look like salad tongs, a practice doll for childbirth and rubber condoms
Be wary of these unwelcome guests when you travel, says “Monsters Inside Me” biologist.
A multinational effort seeks answers through events, readings and Web-based exhibitions.
They suffer disproportionately from trachoma, which can lead to blindness.
They’re also vulnerable to serious disorders such as age-related macular degeneration.
A museum exhibit looks at how Jews in America created their own health-care system.
A study finds elevated risk for women starting in their 40s, but no similar issue for men.
Rebecca Bredow served nearly a week in county jail for defying a court order to have her 9-year-old son vaccinated.
It's been six months since science supporters marched on Washington.
Scientists at major cancer centers detail the most common side effects of CAR T-cell immunotherapy and ways to spot and reduce them.
Debate has raged about a new California law that reduces penalties for knowingly or intentionally exposing someone to HIV. But the statistics show it mostly affected sex workers.
“These are the most aggressive bees I think I've ever cut out of a hive,” beekeeper Mickey Hegedus said.