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#MeToo movement sends Hollywood figures into exile, not jail

Oct 7, 2018

The #MeToo movement has sent dozens of once-powerful Hollywood players into exile, but few of them have been placed in handcuffs or jail cells

APNewsBreak: Another rare fish pulled back from extinction

Oct 4, 2018

An ancient and odd-looking Colorado River fish has been pulled back from the brink of extinction

The Latest: Another rare fish pulled back from extinction

Oct 4, 2018

Another rare Colorado River fish has been pulled back from the brink of extinction, the second comeback this year for a species unique to the Southwestern U.S.

Japan to revise northern Pacific sei whaling program

Oct 4, 2018

Japan says it will revise one of its two major research whaling programs after an international organization said bringing home and selling sei whale violates a convention protecting endangered species

Chemistry Nobel for using evolution to create new proteins

Oct 3, 2018

The work of three scientists who won the Nobel Prize in chemistry has led to the development of medications, biofuels and a reduced environmental impact from some industrial processes

The Latest: Nobel chemistry winner credits team at Caltech

Oct 3, 2018

Nobel chemistry winner Frances Arnold is celebrating her prize with her students and fellow faculty members at the California Institute of Technology

Wildlife refuge workers evacuated from Pacific storm's path

Oct 3, 2018

The U.S. Coast Guard has evacuated four workers from a remote wildlife refuge in the path of a powerful hurricane barreling through the Pacific

Science fiction into reality: Nobel Prize honors laser work

Oct 2, 2018

Scientists from the United States, Canada and France win Nobel Prize in physics for work with lasers described as revolutionary and bringing science fiction into reality

Studies in healthy older people aim to prevent Alzheimer's

Oct 2, 2018

Two large studies are trying to prevent Alzheimer's disease by targeting the earliest brain changes while memory and thinking skills are still intact

The Latest: Nobel winner Allison backs more basic research

Oct 1, 2018

James Allison of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center says more basic research is needed to help cancer patients

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