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Scientists Warn Large Earth Collider May Destroy Earth

BATAVIA, IL—In October, Fermilab scientists joined a growing number of physicists around the world in warning that the Very Large Earth Collider—a $117 billion electromagnetic particle accelerator built to study astronomical phenomena...

China Hosts Realistic-Looking Olympics

BEIJING—Long after the closing ceremonies of last August's XXIX Olympiad, participants and spectators from around the world were still talking about the incredibly lifelike, almost realistic atmosphere the nation of China was able to bring...

2008 In Review: World Affairs

One of the biggest challenges facing the incoming Obama administration is repairing the damage to our international image. What do you think?

Iraq's Little Victories

After a busy election season, it's easy to forget that while the two candidates were fighting over the presidency, we were still fighting a war in...

"Uptown" Gene Upshaw

The legendary NFL lineman and controversial Players Association director died this year at 63. Was he any good at either of his jobs?

New Faces In The News

Following the untimely death of esteemed broadcast journalist Tim Russert, 23-year-old son Luke Russert was tapped by the NBC...

Bettie Page Dead

Infamous '50s pinup icon Bettie Page died yesterday at the age of 85 from the complications of a heart attack. What do you think?
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