Behind soccer, MMA is the most watched sport by Hispanic Americans — and its reach and cultural power is growing fast.
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A sea-wave electricity plant at Port Adriano will advance the country’s clean-energy initiatives.
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Spatial navigation skills decline with age, starting in early adulthood, but deficits are also a symptom of Alzheimer’s disease.
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While the Chinchorro mummies of Chile date back to 7000 B.C., a new study shows Portugal has much older preserved bodies.
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Archeologists are delving into ancient feces to identify Roman chamber pots and the diets of those who used them.
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Some 35,000 troops from 28 nations participating in annual bone-chilling Arctic exercises.
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Astonished scientists discovered that the particles had blown in from cities more than 2,000 miles away.
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Holocaust survivors were ordered to take German rocket scientists to nightclubs and on trips to buy their wives lingerie.
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Nightmarish Arthropleura was nine feet long and lived in an equatorial tropical climate 326 million years ago.
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