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Peace Sign in Photos Could Put You At Higher Risk of Identity Theft

Jan 16

SpaceX Hopes for Perfect Rocket Launch After Explosion

Jan 14
SpaceX faces a crucial test Saturday with its first launch since their rocket exploded last September on a Florida launchpad.

'Jesus Walked Here' :: Dr. Elizabeth McNamer on the Evidence and Significance of Bethsaida

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 13
The Biblical city Bethsaida is one place we know the historical Jesus walked and performed miracles. Dr. Elizabeth McNamer has led groups of volunteers at the archaeological site for twenty years. In a chat with EDGE, she discusses her book.

The Hunt for Planet Nine

Jan 12
At the farthest edges of our solar system, scientists have found evidence of a ninth planet. Bill Whitaker reports.

Spacewalking Astronauts Tackle Battery Work Outside Station

By Marcia Dunn | Jan 7
Astronauts went spacewalking Friday to hook up fancy new batteries on the International Space Station's sprawling power grid.

Researchers Discover New Human Organ

Jan 7
Researchers say they have discovered an organ called "mesentery" that is part of our digestive system -- and it's been hiding in plain sight for centuries.

SpaceX Finds Source of Rocket Explosion, Plans New Launch

Jan 6
SpaceX plans to resume flights as early as next week after finding the cause of an explosion that destroyed a rocket and satellite on a Florida launch pad in September.

New Wood Technology May Offer Hope for Struggling Timber

By Gillian Flaccus and Phuong Le | Jan 4
D.R. Johnson Lumber Co. is one of two U.S. timber mills making a new wood product that's the buzz of the construction industry.

Cells Dripped Into the Brain Help Man Fight A Deadly Cancer

By Marilynn Marchione | Jan 2
A man with deadly brain cancer that had spread to his spine saw his tumors shrink and, for a time, completely vanish after a novel treatment to help his immune system attack his disease - another first in this promising field.

Young Scientist's Ideas Keep Getting Bigger

Jan 2
Two years ago, Olivia McConnell was leading a campaign for the woolly mammoth to be recognized as the South Carolina state fossil.

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