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Experts find rising humidity destructive to Chilean mummies.
At Tuesday's news conference, Hillary Clinton was in a familiar place: the hot seat.
The number of hate groups in the USA last year fell 17%, but Internet hate exploded.
The biggest and most buzzworthy news to start your morning.
The solar-powered plane is attempting to be the first such aircraft to circle the globe.
We get to the bottom of the clear and present danger posed by funky-tasting ice cubes.
Militants have torched villages and left piles of corpses in their wake.
Republicans object to her support of President Obama's action on immigration.
Gov. Kate Brown is proposing a major package of legislation to restore public confidence.
The case against Sen. Robert Menendez could prove difficult for federal prosecutors.
Some members of the Azov Brigade fighting separatists are accused of abuses.
Nemtsov supporters worry the perpetrators will never be brought to justice.
Hillary Clinton is expected to address the controversy around her e-mails.
An anti-U.S. activist slashed his face and left arm during a breakfast forum.
Sen. Jeff Flake did not sign a letter to Iranian leader
Appetite in Asian countries has led to overharvesting, experts say; limits proposed.
Long-dormant fault lines are being "reawakened" by recent small earthquakes.
Potential candidates have begun jockeying for position in case Menendez steps down.
Cash Owens auctions cattle with rapid-fire delivery at his family's stockyard.
Will it be a cultural hub, a gambling mecca, a tech hotspot or all of the above?