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In Just 6 Generations, Butterflies Brighten Their Colors
It's a mystery how butterflies manage to make their brilliant wing colors, but Yale physicists got a glimpse when they took the question to the lab, breeding dull brown butterflies into purple ones.
Negotiations In Tatters As Gaza Clashes Continue
Cross-border attacks continued over the weekend between Israel and Gaza as talks aimed to end the fighting appeared to stall in Cairo.
Why India's Modi Defied The WTO
India recently reneged on a World Trade Organization trade deal years in the making. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he defied the WTO to protect his country's poor.
Air Force Sees Drones In Its Future
The U.S. Air Force just released a strategy for the future, involving hypersonics and unmanned systems. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks about the plan with Air Force Gen. David Allvin.
Turkey's Erdogan Seeks An Expanded Role As President
After 12 years as Turkey's prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan is poised to jump to the president's office in Sunday's election. Secular Turks fear he will push the nation toward autocracy.
Where Can Drones Fly? Legal Limits Are Up In the Air
Buying a drone is easy, but few federal regulations are designed to cover civilians operating drones. And some rules, like the FAA prohibition on flying drones in urban areas, are often ignored.
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