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Beware the wayward weasel: World's most powerful atom smasher shut down The Large Hadron Collider - the world's largest particle collider - suffered another animal-related mishap when the furry critter crawled into the system's transformer, causing an electrical short.
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Why are buildings in Kenya collapsing? A six-story building collapsed Friday night in Nairobi, killing at least a dozen people. Several buildings in Kenya have collapsed in the past year. Why?
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Astronomers discover bizarre asteroid-like tailless comet A piece of the early inner solar system maybe even early Earth was flung out to the Oort Cloud and has only now found its way back, say scientists.
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BYU rape controversy: Could honor code 'amnesty' be a solution? Local police have joined calls for Brigham Young University to revise its honor code policies to grant leniency to sexual assault victims. A school with similar Mormon values could offer a possible path forward.
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Accept it: From resignation to jubilation, GOP slowly warms to Trump Mainstream Republicans have fought to slow Donald Trump's momentum, but now some GOP insiders are embracing his apparently inevitable nomination.
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Boston duck boat crash raises anew safety questions A woman riding a scooter was struck and killed Saturday by a duck boat, an amphibious sightseeing vehicle, in downtown Boston.
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How to train your robots: Elon Musk's new AI gym OpenAI, a research non-profit backed by inventor Elon Musk, is building an open-source gym for computer programmers working on artificial intelligence.
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EPA orders new tests in light of Mitsubishi's fuel economy fibs Last week, Mitsubishi admitted that it lied about fuel economy stats on 620,000 late-model Japanese vehicles. In light of those misdeeds, the Environmental Protection Agency has ordered Misubishi to conduct new fuel economy tests on its U.S.-market vehicl
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Why Kenya burned 11 giant piles of ivory tusks What may be the largest stockpile of ivory ever destroyed, Kenya made a dramatic statement against the trade in ivory and products from endangered species.
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How Claude Shannon's master thesis changed the world Prankster, inventor and juggler, the American mathematical engineer Claude Shannon had a hand in several innovations spanning across disciplines. Chief among them: a thesis that transformed modern computing.
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