Common Core bickering heats up as standards take effect; buyer's remorse hits policymakers?
Common Core standards adopted by some states, rejected, repealed by others as debate continues
Scientists show how wind and ice move 'sailing rocks' across Death Valley lake bed
By mapping Ebola's deadly genetic details, scientists seek answers to what makes it tick
Environmental Protection Agency staff says smog rules should be up to 20 percent stronger
Study: Rub-a-dub-dub, no matter how much you scrub, your home is covered in your unique germs
Philadelphia museum to display 6,500-year-old human skeleton rediscovered in storage room
Study finds when people move, their bacterial fingerprints rapidly take over their new homes
5 things to know about earthquake faults in California
Japanese lab still trying to replicate discredited stem cell breakthrough, shakeup underway
Global warming already dangerous, risks being irreversible, says new UN global warming report
Pluto-bound spacecraft crosses orbit of Neptune on 25th anniversary of Voyager 2 Neptune flyby
Feds to resume leasing for fracking in California after study concludes impact limited
Minister says 2 people have died of Ebola in Congo, cases unrelated to West Africa outbreak
Study: Improper dumping of unwanted bait fish may be allowing invaders to reach Great Lakes
Feds give 20 species of colorful coral in Atlantic and Pacific protection as threatened
Researchers surprised by levels of harmful ozone found in northern Colorado mountains
Rocket launch from Wallops Island tests new sub-payload method for suborbital rockets
Our strongest memories call up equally strong emotions: Remembering certain experiences make us feel good; others, not so much. Researchers at MIT may have figured out how that process works -- and may have found a way to change that around.
The U.S. Open, which began at Flushing Meadows this week, will test not only the world's best tennis players but the latest in wearable technology.
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