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Volunteers are needed today to continue the search for missing Cornell University student Christopher Dennis, who went missing after canoeing on Cayuga Lake.
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British police say two men have been arrested on suspicion of endangerment of an aircraft after an incident on a civilian plane flying from Pakistan to England.
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In honor of the Memorial Day holiday, the YMCA is sending thirty veterans and their families to Camp Gorham in the Adirondacks for free this weekend.
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Timothy Morgan, 32, is accused of breaking into Patty's Place on S. Main St. Thursday night and taking hundreds of dollars in donations intended for the Serenity House.
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The study provides some of the first evidence of a causal effect between gym and childhood obesity.
Through beautiful images of strikingly symmetric stars and triangles hundreds of microns across, they have uncovered key insights into the optical and electronic properties of this new material, which can be either conducting or insulating to form the basic "on-off switch" for all digital electronics.
Sylvan Eisenberg was born in Brooklyn, New York, the only child of Mae Kauffman and Morris Eisenberg.
Robots are simply more efficient than humans at certain tasks. They already excel at building cars, exploring distant planets and hunting for explosives, but it turns out that robots might also evolve much faster than their flesh-and-blood counterparts.
R. Richard Geddes is an associate professor at Cornell University and a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute where Brad Wassink researches domestic policy.
For now the evolution of robots is being controlled by the hands, and the imaginations, of their designers.
The pale rock in the upper center of this image, about the size of a human forearm, includes a target called "Esperance," which was inspected by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
Nearly three-quarters of the class of 2013 -- 50 seniors -- applied and were admitted to colleges across the country through early action/early decision.
Brian Krzanich is either having a really good month or a really bad month, depending on how career success is defined.
An artist's impression of the NASA's Orion space capsule attached to the canceled Constellation lunar lander -- could this plan be revived? NASA's newly announced plan to capture an asteroid and re-position it around the moon for an astronaut visit sounds cool, but it's a side-show on the road to Mars, scientists and long-time space mission ... (more)
Among the many difficulties of sending people to Mars, the question of what they will eat is not the least of them.
It is rare, but not inconceivable, to encounter a tropical, underwater paradise in an art gallery in Baltimore.
CLAY , Alabama -- The doctors told Joseph Walter's parents he likely would not live to see his second birthday, but on Thursday night they will watch as the 18-year-old graduates from Clay-Chalkville High School, 20th out a class of 296 students.