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1st Marijuana Conference Creates a Buzz
The Myth of the Post-Racial Society
Arvel Bird: Still Sharing the Love
Tatanka Means' Standup Comedy
Calif. Gaming Conference on Drought
Changing Currents Increased NE Sea Level
3 Alliances Between Africans and Natives
Penn's Pratfall; Racist Dwarves
Jim Thorpe, the Play
PA Community Divided Over 'Redskins'
Coal Terminals Would Destroy Lummi Sites
Neechie Gear Founder Honored With Awards
13 Images: Occupation of Wounded Knee
The Context of Indian Nation Treaties
The Power Of Native Voters
Photos of Native Kids Defending Earth
Massive Black Hole 12 Billion Suns Big
BIA Releases New ICWA Guidelines
Sovereignty Stems Global Warming: NatGeo
One Spoon: Many Generations
Thing About Skins
Sun Flipping Out, Magnetically Speaking
The sun is flipping out. Magnetically, that is. Every 11...
To Boldly Go: Voyager 1 Has Left Our Solar System, Study Says
In the ongoing debate over whether Voyager 1 has actually...
‘Fireball Champions,’ Earth Grazers: Perseid Meteors Set Sky Ablaze
The best meteor show of the year is here, and it promises...
Shooting Stars, Comets and Planets, Oh My! August Skies Full of Fire
August is upon us, and the fireballs have already started....
Driven Crazy By the Moon: Why Our Lunar Obsession Continues
Exactly 44 years ago, on July 20, 1969, the human race...
The World's Best View: 5 Things That Seeing Earth From Outer Space Can Teach Us
The sight of Mother Earth hanging out there all exposed and...
August Bracketed by Two Full Moons, One of Them Blue
Ever mention something that happens “once in a blue moon”? Well brace yourselves—that moon will be here at the end of the month. Tonight, August 1, is the month’s first full moon...
Geomagnetic Storms, Southern Aurora: What Feisty Solar Maximum Has in Store
The major solar storms and resulting auroras of mid-July are but a taste of things to come as the sun reaches its maximum level of outbursts in its cycle...
Peering Back in Time at Fledgling Galaxies: Video
In terms of discoveries, astronomers could well call this the year of the galaxy, so many celestial surprises are they stumbling across as they peer at the farthest reaches of the ...
Greenland's Petermann Glacier Sheds 46-Square-Mile Chunk Into Arctic Ocean
The long-predicted latest break in Greenland’s Petermann Glacier has finally come to pass, with an ice chunk the size of two Manhattan Islands shearing off into the ocean on Monday...
Far Beyond the Warmth of Venus, Icy Pluto Boasts Five Moons
Although Pluto was declassified as a planet back in 2006 , the icy orb may be having the last laugh: It’s got more moons than most bona fides do...
Manhattanhenge Returns to Bathe NYC Cross Streets at Sunset a Second Time
Manhattanhenge, the twice-yearly solar shining down the cross streets of New York City, is back tonight ...
Venus and Jupiter Reunite in the Morning in the Glow of the Crescent Moon
Venus and Jupiter have moved their celestial trysts to mornings, Venus having transited the sun on June 5–6 . It is now the Morning Star...
Higgs Boson 'God' Particle Discovered: Physicists
Scientists believe they have isolated the Higgs boson, otherwise known as the God Particle...
Morning Fourth of July Fireworks for Venus and Jupiter, as Mars and Saturn Look On
If you manage to rise before the sun on U.S...
Mother Earth Is Slowing Down; Leap Second Added
The moon’ tidal forces are pulling on Earth enough to slow down her rotation, by about 1.4 milliseconds every 100 years...
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