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A long-necked dino named Dreadnoughtus schrani wins the title of heaviest land animal ever
Scots prepare to vote on whether to leave the United Kingdom
An unusual cold-like illness is hitting kids in a growing number of states across the U.S.
Odd marine creatures baffle scientists—and may reshape the animal family tree
People across the country reflect on the September 11 terrorist attacks
A Texas family donates a mammoth skeleton found buried in their backyard
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A scientist spends 31 days in an underwater lab.
The shooting of an unarmed black teen in Missouri has stirred protest and debate.
Thousands of kids from Central America are entering the United States illegally—and alone.
The Colorado River’s delta is dying. can a historic experiment bring back its waters?
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Science World investigates acrylamide, a potentially dangerous chemical that forms in crispy foods.
Scholastic News magazine examines the lives of the famous, doomed pilot, and the modern-day flier that shares her name.
Action magazine describes the fictional radio broadcast that terrified a nation.