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  1. Chameleons' Secret Glow Comes from Their Bones
    Previously unknown glow-in-the-dark patterns in chameleons have a bony origin.
  2. Trash-Blasting Lasers Could Help Clean Up Space Junk, China Says
    Lasers: the ultimate cleaning solution.
  3. Fireball Over Michigan: Did Meteor Really Cause an Earthquake?
    The earthshaking rumblings felt in Michigan last night weren't an earthquake, but rather vibrations from a booming noise caused by a meteor whizzing overhead, according to the National Earthquake Information Center.
  4. What Do Trump's Cognitive Test Results Show?
    President Donald Trump aced a cognitive test designed to detect early signs of dementia, White House physician and Navy Rear Adm. Dr. Ronny Jackson told reporters yesterday (Jan. 16).
  5. The Weird Tale of a Larger-Than-Life Wolf That Outran the Law, Almost
    At the dawn of the 20th century, a lone — and furry — figure cut a criminal swath across South Dakota's Badlands.
  6. 'Castle Cloud' Caught in Spectacular Astronaut Photo
    It looks like a ghostly medieval tower — like something out of "Game of Thrones" — looming over the crystal-blue Caribbean waters of the Bahamas.
  7. 4,000-Year-Old Mummies Are Half Brothers, DNA Analysis Shows
    The finding settles a 111-year-old mystery that began when excavators exhumed the two mummies in Deir Rifeh.
  8. Mini 'Gamma Ray Burst' Created in Lab for 1st Time
    Gamma ray bursts, intense explosions of light, are the brightest events ever observed in the universe – lasting no longer than seconds or minutes.
  9. Gene Location for Paranoia Found
    Researchers identified a genetic location linked to paranoia by studying a rare neurogenetic disorder.
  10. 910 Carats! African Diamond Is Fifth Largest Ever
    The find is the fifth-largest gem-quality diamond ever discovered.
  11. Rats May Not Be to Blame for Spreading the 'Black Death'
    Rats get a bad rap for spreading the plague, or Black Death, that killed millions of people in medieval Europe. But they may not be to blame.
  12. 6-Year-Old Hallucinates After Taking Tamiflu: Why You Shouldn't Panic
    Tamiflu can sometimes cause psychosis. You should probably still take it if your doctor prescribes it.
  13. Archaeologists Begin Search for Tomb of King Tut's Wife
    Nobody knows when King Tut's wife died, or even how she died, but they have an idea about where she was buried.
  14. Uganda Confirms Case of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever: What Is It?
    A 9-year-old boy in Uganda has tested positive for a potentially life-threatening disease called Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever.
  15. Is the Internet Changing the Way People Feel About Religion?
    Does more Internet mean less God? Probably not — but it might mean less church.
  16. Face-Lift by Lava: Eruption Makes Volcano a Perfect Cone
    A fiery eruption just gave the Philippines’ most active volcano a face-lift, according to news reports.
  17. Is America's Spy Plane Back — and Hypersonic?
    The SR-71 Blackbird hypersonic spy plane may be back and faster than ever.
  18. What's Hiding Inside Egypt's Great Pyramid? Tiny Robots May Find Out
    Possibilities range from a new burial chamber to a sealed-off construction passage.
  19. Apollo 17 Astronaut Laments Size of Moon Rock at Trump Signing Ceremony
    Apollo 17 astronaut Jack Schmitt wishes NASA had brought a bigger moon rock to the December 2017 signing ceremony for Space Policy Directive 1.
  20. How Fast Can Quantum Computers Get?
    Turns out, there's a quantum speed limit.
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