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Ancient rock carvings provide tantalizing glimpse of Egypt’s Stone Age
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Ancient rock carvings provide tantalizing glimpse of Egypt’s Stone Age

March 24th, 2017 | by Contributor
Before King Tut, Hatshepsut or Ramesses I — in fact, before there were any pharaohs at all — someone pecked an image of a hunter and a dancer wearing an ostrich mask into a rock on a hill along the Nile River. The...
WikiLeaks: CIA tools could infiltrate MacBooks, iPhones
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WikiLeaks: CIA tools could infiltrate MacBooks, iPhones

March 24th, 2017 | by Contributor
Armed with a fresh set of leaked documents, WikiLeaks said Thursday that the US Central Intelligence Agency has developed tools to infect Apple products like iPhones and MacBooks. The tools, which date from between 2009 and...
First of three station spacewalks underway
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First of three station spacewalks underway

March 24th, 2017 | by Contributor
Space station commander Shane Kimbrough and French astronaut Thomas Pesquet ventured outside the lab complex Friday for the first in a series of spacewalks over the next two weeks to carry out routine maintenance, troubleshoot...
SeaWorld CEO lays out plans for “meaningful” park experience
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SeaWorld CEO lays out plans for “meaningful” park experience

March 23rd, 2017 | by Contributor
SeaWorld announced it would end its controversial orca-breeding program last spring after years of criticism. It also began phasing out theatrical killer whale shows. But after the theme park’s parent company closed 2016...
Rare frog discovery has researchers hopping for joy
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Rare frog discovery has researchers hopping for joy

March 23rd, 2017 | by Contributor
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.– A discovery involving a rare California frog has researchers hopping for joy. The National Park Service says egg masses from the California red-legged frog were found last week in a stream in the...
Archaeologists reconstruct face of medieval man
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Archaeologists reconstruct face of medieval man

March 23rd, 2017 | by Contributor
The face of a British man who died about 700 years ago has been brought to life using reconstructive technology. The medieval man was buried along with hundreds of others in a graveyard underneath what is now the Old Divinity...