Russia’s spent the bulk of this week rolling out a series of initiatives to surveil its citizens that are putting experts on edge.
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An archaeological survey has revealed the frightful conditions endured by forced labourers and political prisoners on Alderney in World War II.
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During the Cretaceous period, a balmy forest grew less than 600 miles from the South Pole, according to a new discovery of ancient spores and roots.
Although it's thin on convincing special effects, it's full of choreography and emotion.
The answer, as always, is more complicated than a yes or no.
Though the official tally may take some time to catch up with these figures, no one’s likely to dispute them.
Easy Record Maker teaches kids how vinyl records are created, and also what a vinyl record is.
New research offers another potential downside of fracking: an increased risk of impotence and fertility problems in men.
The new Art Transfer feature applies the look of countless famous paintings and artists to your pics using machine learning techniques.
This treatment might also be used to keep health care workers infection-free.
Although this doesn't mean Apple and Amazon are calling a truce, it will at least make accessing Prime content less of a hassle.
This paper confirms that evolution doesn’t work in the cut-and-dry way you might imagine.