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WASHINGTON - The political attack ad that ran recently in Arizona had some familiar hallmarks of the genre, including a greedy villain who hogged sweets for himself and made children cry.

The tiny plastic particles found in many facial cleansers and soaps promise a gentle scrubbing and luxuriously smooth skin.

Does being colder make for living longer?

Chemists are developing a technique to recycle astronauts’ waste water into spaceship fuel.

Cat Warren, NC State professor and author, explains how cadaver dogs are trained to find human remains.

While conducting behind-the-scenes tours of the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences paleontology collections, I am often asked, “Were all these specimens collected by the museum’s staff?” With more than 120,000 cataloged specimens, the answer has to be “No!”

The traditional view is that Neanderthal childhood was difficult, short and dangerous. But a British research team from the University of York is suggesting that Neanderthal kids experienced strong emotional attachments with their immediate social group, used play to develop skills and had a significant role in their society.

The Obama administration on Friday delayed a decision on the construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, citing a Nebraska state court decision that invalidated part of the project's route.

MINNEAPOLIS-A federal judge Friday struck down a landmark 2007 Minnesota law that bans new power generation from coal, saying it regulates business activities of out-of-state utilities in violation of the U.S. Constitution's Commerce Clause.

The Obama administration has delayed a decision on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project, perhaps until after November's midterm election.

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