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The Final Presidential Debate
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump met for the third and final time at UNLV.
Presidential Candidates Discuss WikiLeaks, Russia and Nuclear Weapons
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump discuss Russia's alleged involvement in the election at the final presidential debate.
King Tut's Dagger Was Made From a Meteorite, Researchers Say
The origin of the material used to craft a dagger buried alongside the mummy of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun is not of this world, researchers say. Italian and Egyptian researchers used a method called "X-ray fluorescence spectrometry" to confirm that the dagger’s unrusted iron blade was made from
Mysterious 'Thermal Anomalies' Uncovered in Pyramids
While the discovery of "thermal anomalies" at Egypt's Giza pyramids by an international group of scientists and archaeologists is prompting worldwide interest, with speculation that they may indicate undiscovered secret chambers, experts say it's too early to jump to any conclusions. Teams at the
How Edward Norton Is Trying to Elevate 'Giving Tuesday' to Black Friday's Popularity
"Fight Club" star and Academy Award-nominated actor Edward Norton is promoting the third annual Giving Tuesday with the hope that more people will volunteer their time or give money to philanthropic causes as an altruistic antidote to the shopping sprees of Black Friday and Cyber Monday . "There
Death-Defying 'Skywalking' Duo Scales China's Tallest Building
BEIJING – It was Chinese New Year Day (Jan. 31) in Shanghai and the much of the city had emptied out for the week-long holidays, including most of the construction workers and security guards at the unfinished 2,100-foot-tall Shanghai Tower. Just after midnight, two daredevil...
Aliens Love Gold As Much as Humans Do
Today is World UFO Day. People in different countries are coming together to share stories about alien encounters. Many will stay up late monitoring the sky for UFOs, but alien experts will remind people that the best evidence could be found hidden in ancient ruins on Earth, and at the bottom of
Egyptian Military Give Morsi an Ultimatum
Egyptian army gave the president and his opponents 48 hours to resolve the crisis.
Today in Pictures: Pakistan Protests, Pussy Riot Member Freed and Giza Pyramids
Pakistani civil society activists and journalists carry candles and photographs of gunshot victim Malala Yousafzai during a protest in Islamabad, Oct. 11, 2012. The shooting of 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai on a school bus in the Swat valley has been denounced worldwide and by the Pakistani...