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Watch Video | Listen to the AudioWILLIAM BRANGHAM: The U.S. State Department recently convened its first oceans conference, bringing scientists and political leaders from around the world to address the many threats to the world’s oceans, including...
In July of 2012, coronal mass ejections (CMEs) came close to hitting Earth, which could have left millions without power and trillions in damage. Credit: NOAA Two years ago, the worst solar storm in almost two centuries tore through Earth’s...
Americans are a small step closer to accessing less-expensive specialty drugs known as biologics. The Food and Drug Administration for the first time accepted an application for the approval of a copycat “generic” version of the brand name drug...
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioHARI SREENIVASAN: President Obama appealed to Central American leaders today to help stem the flow of migrant children from their countries into the U.S. It came amid talk of a pilot program to give refugee status to...
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioHARI SREENIVASAN: Diplomatic efforts to bring a cease-fire to the conflict between Israel and Hamas appeared to come up empty-handed again. But, late today, it was reported Israel’s prime minister told U.S....
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioHARI SREENIVASAN: Later, there was word out of Paris that France will host an international meeting tomorrow to try to get a cease-fire agreement in Gaza. RELATED LINKSDebating the tactics and ethics of warfare on...