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The strain in this relationship between Germany and France was apparent Monday as finance ministers from both countries failed to resolve the question whether the euro zone would benefit from issuing joint European bonds. Berlin rejects the idea, stipulating that struggling economies need to clean up their messes before being given a reason not to.
A shrunken budget caused a national nuclear safety lab to announce a plan to reduce its staff by up to 800 employees, officials announced Wednesday.
For a price, nearly anybody can have a species named after them.
Parents may be able to control ADHD in their children through diet, a new study review concluded Monday in the journal Pediatrics.
The search for extraterrestrial life just got a little closer to its goal. Scientists released preliminary results Friday of signals from NASA's Kepler satellite as part of the Search of Extraterrestrial Intelligence based out of the University of California Berkeley.
Popcorn Sutton, a famous Appalachian moonshiner, was a surge in popularity after the Discovery TV network aired "Moonshiners" Wednesday, a show that explored his life that ended in suicide in 2009.
Netflix shares are up strongly on speculation that Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) might buy the company to enter the streaming video business.
Russia has again warned the U.S. about deploying a missile defense system in Europe, with President Dmitry Medvedev saying his nation will deploy new missiles aimed at the shield if the U.S. goes forward with its plan.
Apple Inc.’s new voice-recognition application for the iPhone 4S, better known as Siri, may be given a run for its money by a recently released Android smartphone app called Iris, or "Siri" spelled backward.