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Report: White House Panel Will Study Climate Change, National Security

The White House is setting up a panel to study climate change and whether it poses a threat, according to The Washington Post.

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1:20A bird perches on the U.S. border fence
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Border Wall Emergency Could Make Things Worse For Endangered Species

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What's Herd Immunity, And Why Does It Matter?

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First Mammal Confirmed Extinct Due To Climate Change

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Microsoft Says Hackers Targeted European Organizations

1:18A doctor administers a vaccination
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Federal Government May Have To Enforce Stricter Vaccine Laws

3:31Alfonso Ribeiro performs "The Carlton" on TV
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Why 'The Carlton' And The 'Milly Rock' Can't Legally Be Copyrighted

2:33A nurse practitioner prepares an influenza shot
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How Facebook's Fake News Fight Helped Circulate Vaccine Misinformation

1:09Perseid meteor
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President Trump Moves Closer To Creating A US Space Force

1:03A person holds an iPhone displaying the Facebook app.
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US Lawmakers Want To Question Facebook About Closed Group Privacy

0:59New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio
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NYC Mayor Criticizes Amazon For Pulling Out Of HQ2 Deal

1:06The social networking site Facebook is displayed on a laptop screen.
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UK Lawmakers Say Facebook Intentionally Broke Data Privacy Laws

1:05Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during the F8 Facebook Developers conference on May 1, 2018 in San Jose, California.
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FTC And Facebook Reportedly Negotiating Multibillion-Dollar Fine

1:18A U.S. Border patrol agent sits in his vehicle near the U.S.-Mexico Border in Sunland Park, New Mexico
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Trump's National Emergency On Border Wall May Shift Debate On Climate

2:08Russia is reportedly planning to test disconnecting from the internet some time this spring.
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Why Russia's Internet Shutdown Test Worries Free Speech Activists

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Journalist's Search For Bone Marrow Match Highlights Lack Of Diversity

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What A Tiny Rodent's Brain Can Tell Us About Love

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What A Tiny Rodent's Brain Can Tell Us About Love

0:39Protests against Amazon HQ2 in New York City
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Amazon Pulls Out Of Plan To Build HQ2 In New York City

1:55T-Mobile CEO John Legere and Sprint Executive Chairman Marcelo Claure are sworn in during a Senate hearing
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Who T-Mobile, Sprint Have To Satisfy To Finish Their Merger

1:19Opportunity rover on Mars
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NASA Rover's Mission Comes To An End After Almost 15 Years On Mars

0:52Saudi women in a shopping center
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Senator Asks Apple, Google To Take Down Saudi App That Can Track Women

1:23Browser windows on a computer
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Government Watchdog Recommends A Federal Internet Privacy Law

0:47A drone is flown for recreational purposes.
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FAA Says Drones Must Display Registration Numbers Externally

1:26The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska
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New Bipartisan Bill Would Ban Drilling In Alaska Wildlife Refuge

0:53A human interacts with a robotic hand
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Trump Signs Executive Order To Further Develop AI In The US

1:35Floating solar panels
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A Net-Zero Carbon Future Will Need Better Energy Tech

0:59Vitamin supplements
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The FDA Is Cracking Down On Misleading Dietary Supplements

4:55CBD products on a store display
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The Lab: What Scientists Still Want To Know About CBD

1:10The AT&T Communications Inc. corporate headquarters building
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Sprint Sues Competitor AT&T For 'Deceptive' Marketing

4:59Doctor reviews patient options
 

How Doctors' Racial Biases Can Harm Black Patients