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One of the next prominent signs of life in the ongoing revitalization of downtown Tucson may be a public exhibition of 160 specimens of cadavers and body parts. Read more»

Smokers have lower IQs, according to a study of more than 20,000 Israeli soldiers.

A new study has found that young men who smoke are likely to have lower IQs than those who don't. Read more»

Is the iPad the end of print? Or the savior of formerly printed "content"? Read more»

Stay away from magnets if you get picked for jury duty. It could affect how you view the defendant. Read more»

The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! [yawn] Read more»

Iran's Ahmadinejad.

Having failed to talk Iran out of its nuclear program the Obama administration has ramped up efforts to get the Security Council to endorse a new round of sanctions. Read more»

U.S. regulators have asked NASA to help investigate the possible origins of the sudden unintended acceleration problem in Toyota cars. The agency put their best man on it. Read more»

A Raleigh, N.C., city council member has promised to name his children after the founders of Google if the company will provide the city with high-speed internet. Read more»

Your brain could treat bacon in the same way it does cocaine.

Yes, it's possible that you can be addicted to junk food. Read more»

Fars News Agency claims to show two men in front of an Iranian satellite launching rocket named 'Safir-2,' in this Feb. 2009 photo.

A mouse, two turtles and a bunch of worms may not sound like much of a threat compared to centrifuges that are working overtime to produce weapons-grade uranium. But the critters are representative of another track in Tehran's effort to build its military into a force to be reckoned with. Read more»

A Princeton University research team, including undergrad Elyse Powell (from left), psychology professor Bart Hoebel, visiting research associate Nicole Avena and graduate student Miriam Bocarsly, has demonstrated high-fructose corn syrup causes significantly more weight gain than regular sugar, even at half the levels.

High-fructose corn syrup results in more weight gain than regular sugar, even at much lower levels, according to a new study by Princeton University. Read more»

Sick of playing online games with a bunch of dudes? Now you can play with an attractive girl – for a fee. Read more»

Italian police used a suspect's excessive use of Facebook to track down one of the country's most-wanted mafia bosses. Read more»

Google has finally made its move, shifting searches from China to Hong Kong more than two months after threatening to quit China over hacking and censorship. Read more»

Every person in England will soon have their own web page in an effort to cut government spending. Read more»

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