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Estimated to span more than 800 yards, it contains an elevator, as well as lights and rail and ventilation systems.
An analysis of Mercury’s speaking voice suggests that he was a baritone who could sing as a tenor.
In a new set of guidelines, Pope Francis softens the church stance on divorcees and cohabitation of unmarried couples, but holds the line against homosexuality.
Pendulum clocks hanging from the same wall can influence each other and synchronize over time -- and now scientists know why.
A furrowed brow, lifted chin and pressed-together lips — a mix of anger, disgust and contempt — are used to show negative moral judgment among many languages.
The shifting date isn't simply a means of keeping Easter-egg hunters on their toes. Continue reading →
Inside the brain, there's a tug-of-war going on between faith and reason.
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