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A Galveston local is aiming to make the city more biker friendly in the future.
The Dakota Access pipeline, which was the subject of fervent Native American protests, opened for operation Thursday. The pipeline will allow oil to be carried from North Dakota all the way to the Gulf Coast.
Hacks are making cyberspace a war ground, say French officials. Russia has been blamed as a chief antagonist, but establishing state involvement is hard.
Silicon Valley-based Tesla and Detroit-based General Motors are competing to set the course of the automative industry.
Nooses have been found in two museums in the nation’s capital, and at two schools in the Washington, D.C. area.
Following Wednesday’s suicide bombing in Kabul’s diplomatic quarter which claimed over 90 lives, Afghans continue to mourn and search for missing relatives.
Joel Enge uses the life cycle of butterflies to provide his students with real-life science experiences.
Rescue workers came to the aid of Venezuelans during fallout from protests against President Nicolas Maduro.
The United States, which pulled out of the Paris Climate Accord Thursday based on President Donald Trump’s decision, is staying on track with improving its environmental friendliness.
Young students used toy cars to help them explore mobility. The cars might speed the students toward motorized wheelchairs.
Philippine bomber plane accidentally kills 11 soldiers; 44 Ghanian migrants die on journey to Libya; US Embassy to remain in Tel Aviv; Syrian opposition forces kill ISIS news agency founder; Antartic iceberg ready to break from ice shelf
A group of federal safety inspectors previously reprimanded a Wisconsin mill, which recently killed one person in a blast.