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Edison2's Very Light Car won the $5 million top prize of the X Prize competition to build an uber-efficient car. Judy Woodruff recently traveled to Lynchburg, Va., to get a closer look at the technology behind the Edison2.
For the second year, Allegheny College is seeking nominations for the Civility Prize, which will be awarded in 2013.
A few words about the Nobel Prize in economics and this year's winners.
Nobel Peace Prize awarded in absentia, a closer look at China-U.S. relations, Shields and Brooks on politics.
CERN scientists celebrate after the announcement of the Nobel Prize for Physics on Tuesday.
The 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa "for his cartography of structures of power and his trenchant images of the individual's resistance, revolt, and defeat."
The challenge? To design and build an eco-friendly car that can achieve 100 MPGe. The payoff? As much as $10 million in prize money. Those were the stakes when students from West Philadelphia High School decided to go toe-to-toe with established carmakers, university teams, and multimillion-dollar start-ups in the Progressive Insurance Automotive X Prize competition.
The 2013 Nobel Prize in Medicine is shared by three American scientists for their work on how cells move molecular "cargo" on time, which plays a major role in immune diseases, neurological diseases and diabetes.
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Liu Xiaobo, who is serving an 11-year sentence for his 2008 pro-democracy document, at a ceremony in Oslo. He was represented on the stage by an empty chair.
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist David Broder died on Wednesday of complications from diabetes, his newspaper, The Washington Post, reported. He was 81.