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US group seeks better access to China's farm goods market

Mar 21, 2017

A foreign business group is appealing to China to ease controls on imports of animal feed additives and other farm goods, highlighting complaints Beijing hampers market access despite its vocal support for free trade

Use of genetically modified mosquitoes considered in Houston

Mar 20, 2017

Officials are considering releasing genetically modified mosquitoes in Houston as part of the fight against the insects known to carry diseases such as the Zika virus

Who's happy, who's not: Norway tops list, US falls

Mar 20, 2017

A new global happiness report finds that money doesn't quite buy happiness as Norway vaults to No. 1 and the United States keeps falling down in the rankings

SpaceX capsule returns space station science to Earth

Mar 19, 2017

A SpaceX capsule is back on Earth, with a full load of space station science samples

EU citizens in UK anxiously seek security before Brexit

Mar 19, 2017

German neuroscientist Sam Schwarzkopf was startled to receive a letter from the British government telling him his application for permanent residence had been rejected and he should prepare to leave the U.K.

To aid ferrets, vaccine treats planned for prairie dogs

Mar 18, 2017

Feeding vaccine nuggets to prairie dogs could help bring back the endangered black-footed ferret

APNewsBreak: Rare monk seal dies in fish farm off Hawaii

Mar 18, 2017

An endangered Hawaiian monk seal has died after wandering into a net pen and becoming trapped at a fish farm that was partially funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Hawaii

Vintage US nuclear test films declassified and publicized

Mar 18, 2017

From the deserts of southern New Mexico and Nevada to islands in the Pacific Ocean, the United States government conducted dozens of nuclear weapons tests from the 1940s until the early 1960s

Alaska sea lion study gets help from crowdsource volunteers

Mar 17, 2017

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration researchers who are studying the decline of Steller sea lions in Alaska have turned to a new venue for assistance

High court pick Gorsuch is harsh critic of assisted suicide

Mar 17, 2017

Judge Neil Gorsuch made it clear in a book and other writings what he thinks about assisted suicide and euthanasia: He's not a fan

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