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A high-level U.S. diplomatic warns sanctions are coming if Guatemala investigates allegations of electoral fraud.
Bishop Jeffrey Monforton leaves behind the imperiled diocese of Steubenville OH, and moves on to hometown Detroit.
Argentina's leading presidential candidate called Pope Francis an 'imbecile' and friend of "bloody dictatorships."
Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital reported that gentrified neighborhoods had a 62 percent higher firearm injury incidence rate than non-gentrified communities with comparable sociodemographic characteristics.
A plastic deconstruction process developed at Oak Ridge National Lab converts unrecyclable mixed plastic waste.
Two scientific papers find that methane emitted by ponds overwhelms the carbon stored in sediments.
Flagellar motors in bacteria respond instantly to environmental changes, switching between forward and backward motion.
Decades after incinerators were closed, their former sites have greatly elevated levels of lead in surface soils.
Growing opioid abuse worsened during the pandemic, but the rising trend was not limited to opioids.
Teenage girls and especially younger teens show moderate to severe psychological distress associated with social media use.
A log structure was shaped and joined by ancient non-Homo sapiens humans 470,000 years ago.
Economic historians say sound fiscal housekeeping and stable prices are to be preferred over politicizing the money supply, as did revolutionary France.