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World Temperature Continues To Be A Hot Topic For Third Year In A Row

Top global science agencies found 2016 to be the hottest year on record.

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Obama Gives $500M To Green Climate Fund Before Trump Takes Office

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NASA

Gene Cernan Really Wanted Us To Return To The Moon

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This Zebra Shark Shocked Researchers By Giving Birth Without A Male

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Are Peppers Really The Secret To Longer Life?

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Cheer Up! Experts Say Blue Monday Isn't Really A Thing

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This Company Wants To Mine The Moon. Now It Has The Money To Get There

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SpaceX

Why Rocket Explosions Aren't Dampening SpaceX's Ambitious Plans

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We're Slowly Cornering Earth's Biggest Animals

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What's Happening When A Lithium-Ion Battery Explodes?

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Nintendo

Nintendo's New Console: A Release Date, A Price And Game Trailers

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These 2 Major Companies Are Taking A Stand Against The $600 EpiPen

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Danny Matteson

The People Who Are Punching Away The Symptoms Of Parkinson's

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Robert W. McGregor

Scientists Tie The Tiniest, Tightest Knot Ever

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European Southern Observatory / Yuri Beletsky / CC BY 4.0

Scientists Upgrading Very Large Telescope To Search For Exoplanets

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Organ Transplants Hit All-Time High — Sadly, It's Because Of Opioids

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St. Jude Medical

St. Jude Pacemakers Updated After Flaw Made Them Vulnerable To Hackers

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Jean Chung / Humane Society International

200 Dogs And Puppies Rescued From Dog Meat Farm In South Korea

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This Changes How We Thought The Moon Was Made

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This Ancestry Website Might Reveal Information You Don't Want Public

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Weekend-Only Workouts Might Be Just As Good As Daily Exercise

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Obama Has A Job Waiting For Him As Spotify's 'President Of Playlists'

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer
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Move Over, Yahoo. Make Room For ... Altaba?

Martin Shkreli
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'Pharma Bro' Got His Twitter Suspended For Alleged Harassment

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More Americans Got Mammograms When Obamacare Footed The Bill

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Waymo

Google Spinoff Is Going To Unleash A Bunch Of Self-Driving Minivans

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The Paris Climate Agreement Probably Isn't Enough To Save Coral Reefs

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How Not To Get Phished Like The Clinton Campaign Did