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Months after the death of the Mars rover Spirit, its surviving twin is poised to reach the rim of a vast crater to begin a fresh round of exploration.
Were the Neanderthals simply crowded out by the ancestors of modern humans?
Falls in an older person could mean more than poor balance or clumsiness. New research suggests they might be an early sign of Alzheimer's disease.
Tony Kushner won a Pulitzer Prize for "Angels in America," his epic play about the AIDS epidemic, and is a New York literary fixture who has received more than a dozen honorary degrees from American colleges and universities.
Servicemen who suffer concussions from wartime explosions struggle with symptoms even though brain scans generally show no damage. Now a specialized type of scan has spotted brain abnormalities in some of these patients.
Researchers at Washington University just unveiled the genomes of 50 breast cancers - the largest study of its kind. Their findings confirmed what many scientists and physicians had long suspected: that each cancer, like each individual, is unique.
Half of all Americans now say that the nation's public schools are getting worse, according to a new study released Thursday by United Way Worldwide.
The prospect of ever hearing from the stuck Mars rover Spirit is fading after it failed to respond to repeated calls from Earth.
Dozens of Thomas Jefferson's books, some including handwritten notes from the nation's third president, have been found in the rare books collection at Washington University in St. Louis.