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Study finds Western megadrought is the worst in 1,200 years

New research shows just how extreme the situation has become.

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First it was toilet paper. Then cars, then juice boxes, then cream cheese.

Scientists think they've found a big, weird moon in a far-off star system

The hunt for moons outside our solar system has just turned up another possible lunar world, a moon bigger than Earth that's orbiting a Jupiter-like planet.

Sen. Sinema dashes Democrats' hope to change the filibuster

Sinema said she supports the voting rights bills under consideration but added she is unwilling to change her position on the filibuster for them to pass.

Mercedes' new electric concept car uses mushrooms and cacti to build its seats

The futuristic concept car, unveiled on Monday, was designed with sustainability in mind.

Christmas Eve telescope launch has astronomers hoping for good tidings of great joy

Astronomers around the world wait for the launch of the most powerful telescope ever, planned for the morning of Christmas Eve.

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