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‘Flying Treats’: Can Dogs and Cats Snack Safely on Cicadas?

“Dogs eat lots of stuff — they will paw open a pantry and eat five pounds of dog food before…

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Gray Wolf Pups Are Spotted in Colorado for the First Time in 80 Years

Only a few weeks ago, wildlife officials in Colorado thought they were tracking two male wolves. The gray wolves, among…

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The Changing Face of Female Leadership, a Times Event

Around the world, women are demanding power, and exercising it, in unprecedented ways. Women are leading at the highest levels…

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Mushballs and a Great Blue Spot: What Lies Beneath Jupiter’s Pretty Clouds

For something that was to have been done and thrown away three years ago, NASA’s Juno spacecraft has a busy…

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Novavax Offers U.S. a Fourth Strong Covid-19 Vaccine

Novavax, a small American company buoyed by lavish support from the U.S. government, announced on Monday the results of a…

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Business is booming as regulators relax drone laws

Jun 14th 2021 ALTHOUGH DRONES, or autonomous aerial vehicles (UAVs) as they are also known, were originally developed for military…

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Swiss Voters Reject Proposal to Ban Synthetic Pesticides

ZURICH — Voters in Switzerland on Sunday overwhelmingly rejected a measure that would have banned the use of artificial pesticides…

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Humpback Whale Nearly Eats a Lobsterman, Then Thinks Better of It

It was sunny and clear on Friday morning and the water was calm off the coast of Provincetown, Mass., where…

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F.D.A. Tells Johnson & Johnson 60 Million Vaccine Doses Cannot Be Used

WASHINGTON — Federal regulators said on Friday that millions of doses of Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine produced at a…

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For Lease: Windmill Space in the Atlantic Between Long Island and New Jersey

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Friday announced that it would begin the formal process of selling leases to develop…

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