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Scientists dream of using custom organisms to fight illnesses or even build computers, but there’s a problem: it’s difficult to make the sweeping genetic changes that would give you exactly the lifeform you need. To that end, researchers have found

German intelligence officials have told their American counterparts that they don’t need support in monitoring or safeguarding Germany’s elections in the fall, a senior U.S. intelligence official told NBC News on Tuesday. The U.S. official, who asked not to be

It was an emotional moment on May 19 when Raymond McNamara reunited with his 20-year-old blind cat, Lily, after she was lost for two months in Florida. “Hey Lily, you happy to be home? Happy your daddy’s got you?” Kathy

A 7-year-old with congenital heart disease became the first person to visit Saturn, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and a little virtual reality magic. Zayden Wright, 7, of Georgia said his biggest dream was to visit outer space. “He’s fascinated

In the finale episode of season 12, the Winchesters joined forces with Castiel and Crowley to stop Lucifer from getting what he wanted most – his son. They succeeded but there were several casualties on the way. When Kelly went

The only thing worse than being stranded on a broken-down train? Being hungry with no access to food on a broken-down train. For some Amtrak passengers, that nightmare quickly became a reality on Sunday evening as their train from New

Russian scientists have presented the first results of solar observations made with the new radioheliograph of the Siberian Solar Radio Telescope (SSRT). The Siberian Radioheliograph (SRH), has just started regular observations of active processes in the sun’s atmosphere, which will

Jules Mountain, 2 years ago this week, was lying in his one-man, coffin-like tent at Everest Base Camp, trying to sleep. Suddenly, the ground below him unexpectedly shifted to the left before lifting him into the air, thumping him back