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Saved From Extinction, Darwin’s Crocs Are Now King

It’s appropriate that Darwin, the tropical capital of Australia’s Northern Territory, is named for the English naturalist. The massive, powerful […]

With Vatican’s Backing, Catholics Address Sex Abuse

A decade after the clerical sex abuse scandal erupted in the United Sates, Catholic religious officials from all over the […]

Angel Investors And Startups Mingle In Milwaukee

Thirty-five well-dressed men and women are sipping wine and chatting in the lounge of one of Milwaukee’s oldest and most […]

On The Trail, Romney Avoids His French Connection

Mitt Romney waxed eloquent in French as he promoted the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, calling the two […]

Return Of Gray Wolves Renews Debate Over Hunting

Gray wolves were taken off the endangered species list in Idaho and Montana last year and put under state control. […]

C-Sections May Be Risky For Smaller Preemies

When a fetus isn’t growing as expected, doctors get worried. Often they decide to deliver a baby like that early […]

It’s All Politics, Feb. 9, 2012

So now it’s Rick Santorum’s turn. No delegates, but plenty of headlines, after his sweep of Tuesday’s contests. Once again […]

Stocks Take Dive, As Greek Bailout Deal Remains Uncertain

Just a day after it appeared that Greece and its Eurozone partners had reached a deal, we’re back where we’ve […]

Deal With Banks Isn’t Only Way For Homeowners To Get Help, HUD Chief Says

The $25 billion settlement with five banks unveiled Thursday, which aims to give some mortgage relief and other help to […]

Does The 2011 ‘Photo Of The Year’ Look Familiar?

Each year, some of the best and brightest in news photography gather in Amsterdam to decide on the year’s most […]

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