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A relationship psychologist reveals what you should ask yourself before getting married

Relationship psychologist Eli Finkel tells us what we should know about ourselves and our partners before tying the knot.

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A spacecraft graveyard exists in the middle of the ocean — here's what's down there

The "Oceanic Pole of Inaccessibility" is a spot where NASA and other space agencies send satellites, laboratories, telescopes, and spaceships to die.

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Scientists predict an unusually warm winter this year in most of the US — here's why

Break out the boots: Parts of the north and Midwest should expect more rain and snow than normal.

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These are the countries on Earth with the most junk in space

Satellites represent only about 5% of trackable objects in space. The other 95% is junk, and just three countries are responsible for most of it.

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6 of the biggest misconceptions about happiness, according to science

Scientists have discovered a number of surprising ways humans mislead themselves in the pursuit of happiness.

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A 27-year study found the amount of insects flying in the air has declined 75% — but no one knows why

Insect researchers in Germany say 75% of the flying bugs there disappeared over the last 27 years. And they don't think climate change is to blame.

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This abandoned Disney water park has been rotting for over 15 years

A Cleveland-based photographer who works under the pseudonym Seph Lawless documented the abandoned Disney park in his photo series "Dismaland."

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Biotech giant Celgene is abandoning a drug it bought for $710 million — and the stock is dropping

Celgene said it would abandon testing a drug to treat Crohn’s disease, in a setback to the company’s pipeline amid attempts to lower dependence on...

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The US is the only developed country on the top 10 list of nations with the highest pollution-related deaths — here are the others

Environmental pollution is killing more people every year than all war and violence in the world. The US has one of the highest pollution-related death totals.

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A Stanford researcher is pioneering a dramatic shift in how we treat depression — and Google Brain's cofounder has joined the effort

Woebot, the AI-powered chatbot that uses a heavily researched clinical approach to treating depression, has added Google Brain cofounder Andrew Ng to its...

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Where, when, and how to watch this week's meteor shower created by Halley's Comet

These maps will show the best places in the US to watch the Orionid meteor shower made from Halley's Comet.

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The 10 most and least healthy Halloween candies

Take 5 bars, Smarties, and Jolly Ranchers came out ahead of Reese's and Kit Kat bars.

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5 things you're doing that make people dislike you immediately

Ever feel like that person you just met couldn't wait to get away from you? Here are some things you might be doing that make people don't like you.

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Researchers have found signs of ritual violence on skeletons from an ancient civilization in the Andes

It looks like individuals willingly suffered blows to the head that fractured their skulls, though likely didn't kill them. The question that remains is why.

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Jeff Bezos smashes a bottle of champagne while perched on top of a giant windmill

Jeff Bezos announced the opening of a new Amazon wind farm on Thursday.

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Scientists think relationships that start online may have a huge advantage over relationships that start in real life

A growing body of research suggests marriages and relationships that start through online dating are more likely to survive than those that start in person.

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A surprising number of teenagers are engaging in 'digital self-harm,' the practice of being mean to yourself online

Experts have found teens digital self-harm in an effort to validate their insecurities in a public space.

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Lego is selling a 'Women of NASA' set featuring 4 female scientists, engineers, and astronauts

Lego's new "Women of NASA" figurine kit goes on sale Nov. 1 for $24.99 and includes a mini Space Shuttle Challenger and Hubble Space Telescope.

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A champion poker player explains how to tell when someone's lying

Champion poker player Phil Hellmuth has made a career out of spotting liars.

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Leonardo DiCaprio just invested in the Bill Gates-backed veggie burger that 'bleeds' like beef — here's how it tastes

The Oscar-winning actor and environmentalist says he's an investor in Beyond Meat, a plant-based food startup aiming to disrupt the $48 trillion meat industry.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson and robotics prodigy Easton LaChappelle imagine our future as cyborgs

Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews robotics prodigy Easton LaChappelle, who is working on more functional and affordable prosthetics.

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