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Do Unbiased Jurors Exist in the Age of Social Media?
Oct. 15 By Thaddeus Hoffmeister
Car Safety Systems Don't Always 'See' in Bad Weather, AAA Says
Oct. 14 By Kristen Hall-Geisler
Putting Planes in Hibernation Is Complicated; Waking Them Up Is Even Harder
Oct. 14 By Patrick J. Kiger
Audubon Mural Project Artists Paint Birds on the Brink
Oct. 13 By Carrie Tatro
Two for Teegarden: Pint-sized Star System Discovered Right Next Door
Jane Goodall: A Global Face for Global Peace
4G on the Moon? Does That Mean Cell Towers, Too?
How Do Astronauts Shower in Space?
How to Download MP3s From YouTube
Private Browsers Aren't All Equally Private
10 Signs That Streaming Movie Site Isn't Legit
5 Ways to Donate Your Old Smartphone or Cell Phone to Charity
Why Are Today's Lottery Jackpots So Ginormous?
My Name Is Inigo Montoya. This Is My Quiz
If There's No Fat Lady Singing, Is the Opera Over?
How Todd Bol Started the Little Free Library Movement
Sloths Only Poop Once a Week — But They Make It a Good One
Once a week or so, sloths climb down from their trees and poop on the ground. It feels so good, they do a little dance. But this time of pleasure is also a time of peril.