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Tourist arrives at space station

Civilian astronaut Richard Garriott, along with two crewmates, has docked at the International Space Station.

The Soyuz TMA 13 carrying Garriott, a video game designer who paid $30 million for a seat on the Russian spacecraft, arrived at the space station at 4:26 A.M...

October 14, 2008 — Jordan Lite

What Is Benzene?

Apple says it's looking into whether one of its computers is giving off dangerous fumes--and smelling more like a new car than a Mac.

October 3, 2008 — Jordan Lite

Biden and Palin talk energy and environment

Last night's debate between vice presidential candidates Joe Biden and Sarah Palin showcased their differences on energy policy and climate change, and also reminded us of some intra-ticket differences on those key scientific issues...

October 3, 2008 — Jordan Lite

Probing images: Spacecraft to photograph Mercury

Mercury, it's time for your close-up.

NASA's Mercury MESSENGER probe will shoot more than 1,200 photographs Monday as it flies by Mercury on its 4.9-billion-mile (7.9-billion-kilometer) journey that will eventually place it in orbit there 30 months from now...

October 2, 2008 — Jordan Lite

Is testosterone to blame for the financial crisis?

If you've been blaming reckless men for the collapse of America's leading investment houses and the plunging markets, you may be on to something. High levels of testosterone are correlated with riskier financial behavior, new research suggests...

September 30, 2008 — Jordan Lite

Typhoons lashing Asia

Typhoon season is lasting longer than usual in Asia, with the region battling two storms and expecting a third.

At least two people are dead and 58 injured after Typhoon Jangmi battered Taiwan with flash floods and landslides yesterday, Agence-France Presse reports...

September 29, 2008 — Jordan Lite
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