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24 Essential PS4 Games Every Player Should Try

The PlayStation 5 is here, but it’s almost impossible to find in stock anywhere. The good news is some of the best PS5 games are…

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Rock’s Second Generation is Ready to Take On 2021

Being the child of a famous rock star comes with a distinct set of challenges that’s made even more so when that second generation sets out to…

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Chris Cornell’s Family Reaches Settlement With Singer’s Doctor

Chris Cornell‘s family has reached a confidential settlement regarding the 2018 lawsuit which was filed against Robert Koblin, the late Soundgarden and Audioslave singer’s doctor…

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Bats Raised in Helium-Rich Air Reveal a Key to Echolocation

It’s now well-established that bats can develop a mental picture of their environment using echolocation. But we’re still figuring out what that means—how bats take…

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Here’s the Truth About Section 230

There’s no way the lawmakers who drafted Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act way back in 1996 could have known that it would go…

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Resident Evil Has Had a Rocky Relationship With Multiplayer

Resident Evil games are at their best when they keep you isolated to a single setting, cut off from the outside world as you attempt…

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The Wolf Tree and the World Wide Web

Skin burning, I returned to the shade and checked the wasp sting. I should show my girls how to make a poultice of baking soda….

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Apollo’s Ghost E-Scooter Is So Powerful, It’s Scary

My entire body lurched back when I hit the throttle with both motors engaged, so … be gentle! Gaining speed that quickly feels exhilarating but…

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Sisters With Transistors Puts Women Back Into Music History

During World War II, women took on a lot. With American men shipped overseas, they worked in aircraft factories, made munitions, flew planes. Most people…

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There’s Evidence Volcanoes Are Active on Mars, Raising Chances of Recent Habitability

Evidence seems to be mounting for a geologically and volcanically active Mars. A new, close study of volcanic features on the surface of the red…

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