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The massive facility survived hurricanes, tropical humidity and several earthquakes before succumbing at the age of 57.
With its solidly conservative majority, the nation's top court appears to be taking a new approach to COVID-19 restrictions on houses of worship.
Solar and wind are energy powerhouses until the sky is dark or the air is still. An ancient source of energy — the tides — could soon offer a predictable alternative.
The U.K. became the first country to approve Pfizer's vaccine and plans to start rolling it out next week.
A new report examined blood donations in nine states between mid-December and January. Some showed evidence of coronavirus antibodies.
The collapse stunned many scientists who had relied on what was until recently the largest radio telescope in the world.
Moderna said it got the final needed results over the weekend that suggest its vaccine is more than 94% effective.
Experts fear the holidays will lead to even more rampant spread of the coronavirus.
The former Federal Reserve chair isn’t the candidate climate activists wanted, but her record gives them “a lot to be optimistic and hopeful about.”
It’s not the climate "czar" job advocates want to see, but progressives are hopeful that’s coming, too.