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Abortion Shield Laws: A New War Between the States

Doctors in six states where abortion is legal are using new laws to send abortion pills to tens of thousands of women in states where it is illegal.

Read More 22 February 2024 | 4:00 pm

Steven Wise, Champion of Animal Rights, Is Dead at 73

He filed lawsuits to define chimpanzees as persons and to establish their right to what he called “bodily liberty” over confinement.

Read More 22 February 2024 | 12:26 pm

Alabama Rules Frozen Embryos Are Children, Raising Questions About Fertility Care

The ruling raises worrisome legal issues for would-be parents far beyond Alabama whose hopes for children may depend on in vitro fertilization.

Read More 22 February 2024 | 8:50 am

U.S. Warns Allies Russia Could Put a Nuclear Weapon Into Orbit This Year

The American assessments are divided, however, and President Vladimir Putin denied having such an intention, saying that Russia was “categorically against” it.

Read More 22 February 2024 | 8:44 am

Alabama Says Embryos in a Lab Are Children. What Are the Implications?

A ruling by the state’s Supreme Court could change common practices at fertility clinics in the state and possibly nationwide.

Read More 22 February 2024 | 7:19 am

U.S. Moon Landing: How to Watch and What to Know About the Odysseus Mission

If all goes as planned, Odysseus, a private spacecraft, will touch down on the lunar surface on Thursday. It will be the first U.S. moon landing in more than 50 years.

Read More 22 February 2024 | 5:16 am

Genetic Signature of Down Syndrome Found in Ancient Bones

The discovery may help shed light on how prehistoric societies treated children with rare conditions.

Read More 22 February 2024 | 1:50 am

Duke Shuts Down Huge Plant Collection, Causing Scientific Uproar

University officials say they cannot afford to maintain one of the largest herbariums in the United States. Researchers are urging Duke to reconsider.

Read More 22 February 2024 | 1:45 am

Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Rocket Moves Closer to Launch

Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket rolled to the launchpad for a series of tests in preparation for its flight debut later this year.

Read More 21 February 2024 | 11:39 pm

These Whales Still Use Their Vocal Cords. But How?

Unusual experiments on organs recovered from three carcasses suggest how baleen whales call out at sea.

Read More 21 February 2024 | 10:00 pm

Kam Ghaffarian’s Moonshots

The entrepreneur wants to help build the new space economy, one Prada spacesuit and Jeff Koons-filled lunar lander at a time.

Read More 21 February 2024 | 9:25 pm

Is This Black Hole the Hungriest and the Brightest?

Scientists debate whether this object is the brightest in the visible universe, as a new study suggests.

Read More 21 February 2024 | 7:55 pm

Study of Patients With a Chronic Fatigue Condition May Offer Clues to Long Covid

N.I.H. researchers found notable differences between the immune systems and other physiological functions of patients with ME/CFS and those of healthy patients.

Read More 21 February 2024 | 4:04 pm

When Eyes in the Sky Start Looking Right at You

New satellites that orbit the Earth at very low altitudes may result in a world where nothing is really off limits.

Read More 20 February 2024 | 1:59 pm

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