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SpaceX Launch Visible


Partial Lunar Eclipse Comes Wednesday Morning


Local students compete in Three Rivers Science and Engineering Fair


Geminid Meteor Shower peaks next couple nights


Leonid Meteor Shower


Students at a local middle school witness solar eclipse for the first time


This Is Where You Can Get Those Eclipse Glasses


How To Make And Watch An Eclipse With A Pinhole Projector


Solar eclipse: exotic animals may act a little strange


Solar eclipse: Kids explain the science behind it


Solar eclipse: Keeping kids interested in science


Perseid Meteor Shower Visible This Weekend


Less than one month until the solar eclipse is visible over Northwest Florida


Countdown to solar eclipse


Lunar eclipse visible over Northwest Florida Friday Night



 

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Could Ohio State staff be criminally liable in sexual assault investigation?

Legal analysis: Dr. Richard Strauss killed himself in 2005, so will never be charged of a crime. But could anyone else be held criminally liable?

Nearly 100 people sickened with norovirus on Maine beach

"I think the message is, if you're sick or your children are sick, don't go to the beach," Bridgton Town Manager Bob Peabody said.

Nicaraguan protester recounts gruesome torture

"They hit me with the gun and they said, 'No we're not going to kill you yet,'" Marco Novoa recalled.

Blast hits Kabul airport on return of exiled Afghan vice president

Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum left the country last year amid allegations of sexual abuse and torture

Education program for inmates in South Africa honors Mandela's legacy

South Africa's new Prison to College Pipeline program seeks to address recidivism by providing prisoners with access to public university-level education.