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Due to the success of one of their most impressive fiscal years to date, Porsche gave all 21,000 of its German employees – from...

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Mercury is very toxic and can cause long-term health damage, but removing it from water is challenging. To address this growing problem, this lab...

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For 12 long years, everyone puzzled over who was tending the mysterious memorial on the hilltop bordering a Chevron scraping station. The memorial, located near the company's...

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As a way of honoring the blue factory-tagged, butt-kicking female icon of WWII, March 21st has been dubbed the first ever American Rosie the Riveter Day. Six...

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In a unanimous vote conducted by the Vancouver park board, dolphins, beluga whales, and other cetaceans are banned from being held in captivity for...

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Hidalgo County, Texas is stepping up to support their lower-income veterans in a big way.

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2016 marks the seventh straight year of improvement for wolf populations in Washington state.

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What started as a desolate patch of 55 acres in 1991 has grown to be 300 acres of one of the most dazzling rainforest...

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Almost 70,000 fossil-fueled taxis in China's capital city of Beijing are to be replaced with electrically-powered models. Though there has been no issued deadline on...

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An emergency room visit for an illness or injury may seem like a strange time to try to motivate someone to cut back on...

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