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Recent discoveries point to shared traits and blurred borders with our closest relatives.
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Coverage of climate gives “opinions and scientific fact the same weight.”
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Clovis genome places these people at the base of Native American populations.
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Snowden grabbed 1.7 m docs using open source tool and scripts, officials say.
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Over 500,000 unidentified objects in the sky to choose from.
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Scientists borrow a trick from the plant kingdom.
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Climate model simulates eruptions during the end-Permian mass extinction.
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Half of the differences in climate models come down to trouble with clouds.
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