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That’s not amore, that’s a lemon. Photo by Flickr user Paolo Nespoli Scientists have finally made lemonade out of the origins of our lemon-shaped moon. While the moon may look, to quote crooner Dean Martin, like a big pizza pie —...
As Congress races to clear several bills before their summer recess, House Speaker John Boehner accused Democrats Thursday of pursuing a “nutso scheme” of trying to seize on the border crisis to try and grant a path to citizenship to...
In September of 2013, a flood wiped out homes in Lyons, Colorado. The town of 2,000 people just outside of Boulder considers itself an artist community, home to musicians, sculptors and other performers. Lyons is also home to RockyGrass, a...
NEW DELHI — Israel and Hamas have agreed to a humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza to start Friday morning for 72 hours, although Secretary of State John Kerry cautioned that the lull in violence did not guarantee an end to the conflict. “This is...
Attorney General Eric Holder told PBS NewsHour’s Gwen Ifill on Thursday that he’s worried about the criminal justice system relying on so-called big data, in some states, for its drug sentencing. States should, the attorney general said...
WASHINGTON — Companies overseeing millions of mortgage loans appear to be skirting new federal regulations and legal settlements intended to stop them profiteering at the expense of troubled homeowners. They are selling or have sold nearly...