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Congress' Analyst: 14M Lose Heath Coverage Under Trumpcare

Congress' Analyst: 14M Lose Heath Coverage Under Trumpcare

| Mar 13
Nonpartisan analysts project that 14 million people would lose coverage next year under the House bill dismantling former President Barack Obama's health care law. The estimate is a blow to Republicans.

AP FACT CHECK: Cabinet Members Go Rogue on Science, History

AP FACT CHECK: Cabinet Members Go Rogue on Science, History

| By Calvin Woodward and Jim Drinkard | Mar 13
While Trump took credit when it was not always due and assigned blame that was misplaced, two of his Cabinet members went rogue on science and history.

More Great White Sharks Appear To Be Visiting Off Cape Cod

More Great White Sharks Appear To Be Visiting Off Cape Cod

| Mar 12
Great white sharks are discovering what tourists have known for years: Cape Cod is a great place to spend the summer.

Report: China Developing Advanced Lunar Mission Spaceship

| Mar 12
China is developing an advanced new spaceship capable of both flying in low-Earth orbit and landing on the moon, according to state media, in another bold step for a space program that equaled the U.S. in number of rocket launches last year.

SpaceX Plans First Commercial Flight to the Moon

SpaceX Plans First Commercial Flight to the Moon

| Mar 10
SpaceX is planning to launch two people on a week-long trip around the moon and back by 2018. Phillip Larson, a former space adviser to the Obama administration and SpaceX representative, joins CBSN with more details.

EPA Chief: Carbon Dioxide Not Primary Cause of Warming

EPA Chief: Carbon Dioxide Not Primary Cause of Warming

| By Matthew Daly | Mar 10
The new chief of the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday he does not believe that carbon dioxide is a primary contributor to global warming, a statement at odds with mainstream scientific consensus and his own agency.

After 44 Days, Hearings End for Giant Telescope in Hawaii

After 44 Days, Hearings End for Giant Telescope in Hawaii

| By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher | Mar 7
Long-running hearings for whether a giant telescope can be built atop a Hawaii mountain have wrapped up. But it will be a while before a decision is made on a project that has prompted intense protests by those who believe it will desecrate sacred land.

Tracking Tech Helps Teams Know When to Practice, Rest, Sub

Tracking Tech Helps Teams Know When to Practice, Rest, Sub

| By Jimmy Golen | Mar 7
Sports data is going biometric, tracking players' heart rates, movements and energy levels to get a better picture of what's going on inside their bodies as they run, jump and even sit on the bench.

Tourists Help Antarctica Climate Change Research

Tourists Help Antarctica Climate Change Research

| Mar 5
A new funding model for research is giving scientists hope.

UN Sees Bird Flu Changes but Calls Risk of People Spread Low

UN Sees Bird Flu Changes but Calls Risk of People Spread Low

| By Maria Cheng | Mar 3
The World Health Organization says it has noticed mutations in the bird flu virus now spreading in China, but says the risk of the disease spreading easily between people remains low.

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