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EmbedVideo(6586, 482, 304); For Tuesday's NewsHour, Science correspondent Miles O'Brien visited the barren desert canyons of New Mexico, where investigators study explosives... by building and exploding bombs. While there, they assembled a pressure-cooker bomb -- the kind used…
A cicada perches on a leaf of grass at Virginia's Bull Run Regional Park. The full brood of cicadas is expected to emerge en masse in late May or June. Photos by Jenny Marder. After an afternoon hunting for cicadas…
Trams on Dublin's new light rail system stop for passengers. Photos by Ray Suarez/PBS NewsHour. There's no oil. The domestic market is small, and scared. Overseas customers who once made you rich are now in economic crisis. After a…
A representation of the innerworkings of the Atlas particle detector painted on one of the walls at the CERN campus in Geneva, Switzerland. Photo by Harold Cunningham/Getty Images. New results from Geneva's Large Hadron Collider "strongly indicate" that scientists have…
President Lyndon Johnson discusses the Voting Rights Act with civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. in 1965, the year it was signed into law. Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images Let me begin this discussion of the landmark Voting Rights…
Project osteologist Jo Appleby points out damage to a skull, believed to be that of Richard III, during a news conference in Leicester, central England, on Monday. Photo by Darren Staples/Reuters. King Richard III, depicted by some as a wicked,…
Watch a replay of Ray Suarez at Columbia University moderating a panel of global health leaders as they discuss the future of combating AIDS. If you're old enough, you can remember when you first heard about a disease, or a…
Watch Ray Suarez moderate a panel of global health leaders as they discuss the future of combating AIDS. A live stream will be available here from noon to 1:30 p.m. ET Thursday. Thursday in New York, the ICAP at the…
// The crowds at conventions build in two directions... early to late in the day, and early to late in the week. This makes the early hours of opening day a time you can pass by a delegation and talk…
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