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WASHINGTON — Thousands of scientists and their supporters, feeling increasingly threatened by the policies of President Donald Trump, gathered in Washington on Saturday for what they called the March for Science, abandoning a tradition of … more
REYKJAVIK, Iceland — When an Icelander arrives at an office building and sees "Solarfri" posted, they need no further explanation for the empty premises: The word means "when staff get an unexpected afternoon off to enjoy good weather."The … more
CARACAS, Venezuela — At least 12 people were killed overnight during looting and violence in Venezuela's capital amid a spiraling political crisis, authorities said Friday.Most of the deaths took place in El Valle, a working class neighborhood … more
Andrew E. Kramer 2017 New York Times News ServiceGROZNY, Russia — It was supposed to be a night out. But for the young man who calls himself Maksim, as for scores of other gay men arrested in a pogrom this month in Russia's Chechnya region, it … more
Drifts of floating plastic that humans have dumped into the world's oceans are flowing into the pristine waters of the Arctic as a result of a powerful system of currents that deposits waste in the icy seas east of Greenland and north of … more
WASHINGTON — As he nears his 100th day in office, President Donald Trump's efforts to appear decisive and unequivocal in his responses to fast-moving global crises have been undercut by a series of confusing and conflicting messages from … more
JERUSALEM — Syria still has up to three tons of chemical weapons, Israeli defense officials said Wednesday in the first specific intelligence assessment of President Bashar Assad's weapons capabilities since a deadly chemical attack earlier … more
WASHINGTON — Astronomers have found yet another planet that seems to have just the right Goldilocks combination for life: Not so hot and not so cold. It's not so far away, either.This new, big, dense planet is rocky, like Earth, and has the … more
In the blink of a geological eye, climate change has helped reverse the flow of water melting from a glacier in Canada's Yukon, a hijacking that scientists call "river piracy."This engaging term refers to one river capturing and diverting the flow … more
The Associated PressPANMUNJOM, South Korea — The White House displayed a tough and unyielding approach to North Korea and its nuclear ambitions Monday, with President Donald Trump warning that Kim Jong Un has "gotta behave" and Vice President … more
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