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Science Mar 20Why looking at the sun can make you sneeze
Do you ever sneeze when you walk into sunlight? If so, you may have a seemingly harmless disorder and you're hardly alone.
Science Jan 26In quest to grow a better tomato, breeders forgot about taste
Tasteless tomatoes, it's not their fault.
Politics Jan 17Iconic inaugural addresses, from Thomas Jefferson to Barack Obama
As we wait to hear Trump’s speech Friday, NewsHour has prepared a compilation of iconic and inspirational highlights from inaugural addresses past.
Science Dec 15The gross ingredient that glowworms use to make sticky snares
Glowworm use bioluminescent blue “butts” and a surprise ingredient in sticky threads to catch other insects for food.
Science Dec 08John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth, dies at 95
John Glenn, NASA astronaut, U.S. Senator and the first American to orbit the planet, died Thursday. He was 95.
Science Nov 29This innovative buoy could help save some of the rarest whales in the world
“What we’re really trying to do is let the (fishing and shipping) industries do the work that they do, but do it in such a way that it doesn’t cause a species to go extinct.”…
Science Nov 26Past glacier movements offer clues to the future of ice melt
The West Antarctic ice sheet holds enough water to raise the world’s oceans an estimated 10 feet -- and it’s shrinking.
Science Nov 24What scientists are thankful for this Thanksgiving
This year, the NewsHour reached out to a handful of scientists to find out what they're thankful for -- and here's what they said.
Arts Nov 10Photos: These wildlife photography winners will put a smile on your face
This year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards honored humorous moments captured in animal photography.
Science Oct 287 things you didn’t know about vampire bats
The vampire bat is hardly the agent-of-evil its association with Dracula would suggest.