Try looking in the monthly archives. December 2018

NASA spacecraft opens new year at tiny, icy world past Pluto

The mysterious, ancient target nicknamed Ultima Thule is 4 billion miles from Earth. …read more

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A favorite moment from 2018: The elaborate style of Afropunk fashion

A sea of guests garbed in floral crowns, traditional African prints, elaborate DIY accessories, sheer veils and other unique styles …read more

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Five hopeful poems to usher in the new year

Even if you’re one of the nine or so people in the world who actually understand what “Auld Lang Syne” …read more

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Elon Musk makes three big predictions about Mars, brains…and pickup trucks

“I look at the future from the standpoint of probabilities. It’s like a branching stream of probabilities.” …read more

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What is CRISPR?

The powerful gene-editing technology is opening new horizons in biomedicine — and raising new concerns. …read more

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Keep an eye out for these 7 book-to-movie adaptations in 2019

Caught up on all the prestige films from 2018? Good. Now it’s time to plan your viewing schedule for some …read more

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‘I saw a handgun face everyone on the dance floor': Scenes of survival, heroism inside Borderline

While a gunman fired dozens of rounds inside Borderline Bar and Grill, patrons hid in the attic, smashed windows and …read more

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Goodbye traffic? European cities take steps to limit cars

“It’s a paradigm shift from planning the city for cars to planning for people.” …read more

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Inside the fight to clean the oceans

Starbucks and others moved to ban plastic straws, but much more needs to be done to slow the tide of …read more

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Would a DNA test help you stick to your diet?

A new wave of consumer DNA tests that will analyze our genetic makeup promises to offer us clues from our …read more

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