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Government forecasters predict as many as fifteen named storms, and as many as four major hurricanes, during the season which begins June 1 and stretches to Nov. 30
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New evidence suggests that the endangered population lost much of a critical food source, but may be stabilizing slightly as it shifts territory to feed elsewhere.
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Day-to-day individual choices matter less than we think, but national policies seem to matter a lot.
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The case of Baby Fae, the recipient of Dr. Bailey’s experimental transplant in 1984, generated worldwide headlines — along with criticism, demonstrations and threats.
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In a new study, women scored better on tests they took in warmer rooms.
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While the Artemis program faces obstacles, the administration’s plan could speed the status quo for America’s space program.
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The New York Times » Science by Lisa Friedman And Eduardo Garcia - 1d ago

Also this week, climate report cards for Democratic candidates.
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An international team of researchers said Wednesday that two provinces in China were the source of most of the emissions of a banned gas that harms the ozone layer.
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A cache of microscopic fossils from the Arctic hints that fungi reached land long before plants.
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Researchers said they had spotted a great white shark off the Connecticut coast. The next day, they said they weren’t so sure.
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