Drugmaker Pfizer, aiming to raise sales of its Viagra, starts new ad campaign targeting women
Increased seismic activity raises concern of another eruption at Japan volcano where 36 died
Richard F. Thompson, neuroscientist who studied memory, dies in California at 84
European Space Agency sets Nov. 12 date to attempt first comet landing
Group: Wildlife populations of about 3,000 species plummet far worse than previously thought
For some young women, experiencing a recession can mean forgoing children for life, study says
Some of 2013's weirdest weather had the fingerprints of man-made climate change, studies show
National Cancer Institute to study radiation doses, cancer risks from 1945 atomic bomb test
The cleanup of a former chemical weapons testing site in the nation's capital will take almost three years longer than planned.
Dallas hospital says patient in 'strict isolation' may have deadly Ebola virus
US-Russian crew docks with International Space Station
Conservation groups oppose Wyoming's request to regain management of wolf populations
Divisive Idaho wolf- and coyote-shooting derby seeks larger area with more public land
India releases first image of pockmarked, dry surface of Mars taken by orbiting satellite
News Guide: A look at the events around the deadly eruption of Japan's Mount Ontake
Sen. Ben Cardin to address Maryland aerospace industry leaders
Three new research articles show that the conditions for life as we know it here on Earth exist in the universe.
Toxic gas worries cause rescuers to suspend recovery of bodies from deadly Japanese volcano
Shannon Pederson, a phD student and teaching assistant at the University of Maryland, has installed microphones in a meadow at the Audubon Naturalist Society's Woodend Sanctuary.
Central Michigan University launches 'fermentation science' program to fuel microbrew industry
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