Orangutan 'copies human speech'
An orangutan copying sounds made by researchers offers new clues to how human speech evolved, scientists say.
EXCLUSIVE: IRS Investigates Clinton Foundation's 'Pay-to-Play' Operations
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen has referred congressional charges of corrupt Clinton Foundation “pay-to-play” activities to the agency for investigation,
Clinton Cash - Official Movie Premiere - Full Documentary
Clinton Cash, is a feature documentary based on the Peter Schweizer book that the New York Times hailed as “The most anticipated and feared book of a preside...
Pope Francis warns world 'is at war' after Europe attacks
Pope Francis warns that a recent wave of jihadist attacks in Europe is proof that the world is "at war", but stresses that religion is not the cause.
Laura Bretan: Young Opera Singer Delivers Stunning Cover of "The Prayer" - America's Got Talent 2016
Laura Bretan fills the halls of the Dolby Theatre with her vocal range and emotion. Enjoy Josh Groban's "The Prayer" like you've never heard it before! » Get...
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Trump talks about Russia and Clinton's missing emails in Doral appearance
Donald Trump spoke about Hillary Clinton in a speech to the media at Trump National Doral golf resort on Wednesday.
Lack of Fitness Second Only to Smoking as Predictor of Early Death: Study
Increases in fitness levels were associated with greater longevity
The Debate Over Time's Place in the Universe
Physicists can’t agree on whether the flow of future to past is real or a mental construct.
Bill Clinton Brought The Personal Touch To Hillary Campaign In DNC Speech-Full Speech
Former President Bill Clinton spoke about his early relationship with nominee Hillary Clinton, as well as her contributions to education, healthcare reform a...
Cloning Does Not Lead To Early Aging — Relatives Of Dolly Doing Well
Using relatives of Dolly the Sheep, scientists have found that cloned animals do not age faster than their non-cloned peers.
Possible New Whale Species Discovered In Pacific Ocean
Since the 1940s, Japanese whalers have spoken of a rare whale variety, a smaller and darker version of the Baird’s beaked whale. They called the animal karasu, or raven, and said that you could only s...
Calls vs. Balls: "Monkey Balls" Show Why Men Overcompensate
Howler monkeys are about the size of a small dog, weighing around seven kilos, yet they are among the loudest terrestrial animals on the planet, and can roar...
Reefer Madness Hits Colorado’s Toddlers
Colorado hospitals are seeing a spike in emergency room visits for children who have ingested their parents’ edibles.
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