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Mummy Head Of Ancient Egyptian Dignitary Reconstructed In Remarkable Detail
Thanks to evolving forensic science, researchers now know what this legendary mummy's face looks like.
Car Dealerships On Fast Track To Extinction, New Report Finds
Thanks to ride-share apps and the advent of the self-driving car, car dealerships may soon be a thing of the past.
Why Did These Five Men Volunteer To Stand Directly Under An Exploding Nuclear Bomb? (VIDEO)
Men and women have done all sorts of strange things in the name of their nation — and this may be one of the strangest.
NASA To Create Homemade Aurora Light Show In America’s Skies
Here's how to watch this one-of-a-kind celestial light show that'll turn the night sky blue, green, and red.
Someone Invented Recorded Sound Before Thomas Edison — We Just Didn’t Understand What It Was
Thomas Edison was long credited as the inventor of recorded sound — that is, until a 2008 discovery.
Teen Who Encouraged Boyfriend To Kill Himself Now On Trial For Involuntary Manslaughter
Michelle Carter faces up to 20 years in prison if prosecutors can prove that her words convinced Conrad Roy to end his life.
Cops Speak Less Respectfully To Black Drivers, New Impartial Study Finds
Cops use less respectful language when speaking to black drivers than white drivers, a new Stanford study found using computer algorithms.
Silicon Valley Outcast Tells Trump “Virtual Border Wall” Is Better, Cheaper Than Concrete
Palmer Luckey, the scorned former Facebook employee, is back on the tech scene with a new plan: a virtual border wall.
This New Machine Sucks CO2 From The Air And Uses It To Grow Vegetables
A Swiss company has opened the world's first commercial facility that removes carbon dioxide from the air and then uses it to grow plants.
United Airlines Flew an Unsafe Plane 23 Times, New Federal Report Finds
United Airlines engineers made a mechanical repair and then failed to perform the necessary inspection for 19 days.
NASA’s First-Ever Mission to Touch the Sun Set to Launch in 2018
The Parker Solar Probe will come seven times closer than any previous mission to the sun.