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By Jeanna Bryner Entrepreneur and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk may have a little more time on his hands (maybe), as he's departing his...

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By Davide Castelvecchi Victor Buso was eager to use the new camera on his telescope. But the amateur astronomer didn’t want to disturb his neighbours with...

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By Hemant Mehta Every non-profit organization in the country has to file a 990 report with the IRS explaining (among other things) how much money...

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By Michael Stone In response to the recent school shooting every Florida school will now be forced to post “In God We Trust” signs. The Associated...

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By Laura Geggel See that unbelievably tiny speck of light? That's the Tesla Roadster and Starman, its steadfast mannequin driver, that SpaceX launched into our solar...

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By Sarah Webb Four years ago, scientists from Google showed up on neuroscientist Steve Finkbeiner’s doorstep. The researchers were based at Google Accelerated Science, a research...

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By Michelle Boorstein One of the country’s most prominent advocacy groups pushing to protect the boundaries between religion and government is getting its first new...

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By Dan Diamond The nation's health department is taking steps to dismantle LGBT health initiatives, as political appointees have halted or rolled back regulations intended...

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By David Brennan Six South Carolina Republican lawmakers have introduced a bill to amend state law to define same-sex marriage as “parody marriage.” The Marriage and Constitution Restoration Act...

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By Dana Coffield FARMINGTON, N.M.  — A northwest New Mexico community is considering using online fundraising to pay the $700,000 it owes from a lawsuit...

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By Hemant Mehta A pointless bill in Iowa aimed at getting Bible lessons into public schools is dead. HF 2031 was proposed by a dozen state legislators...

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By Carissa Wolf BOISE, Idaho — As Willie Hughes walked around the weathered plots and mounds of dirt at Peaceful Valley Cemetery, he remembered family that...