Jeffrey Lin and P.W. Singer
at 10:50 AM Feb 24 2017

At the Dubai IDEX defense exposition, arms makers from around the world show off their latest wares. A notable debut at the recent 2017 show: a new, triple hulled Chinese warship design.

Jeffrey Lin and P.W. Singer
at 12:30 PM Feb 20 2017

One of the largest aerospace contracts in the world right now is T-X program, an effort to replace all of the United States' T-38 trainer jets—a.k.a. the aircraft used to train fighter pilots. When counting the potential buys on the foreign export market, some 1,000 new jets are planned for this program.

Sara Chodosh
at 11:14 AM Feb 16 2017

 In a shocking twist to anyone who wears makeup, you don't actually have to be healthier to seem attractive to people—you just have to look healthier. And apparently warm skin tones are where it's at.

Sarah Fecht
at 11:14 AM Feb 16 2017

Rumors are circulating on Twitter that NASA is shaking up its schedule for the Space Launch System. According to the scuttlebutt, the rocket's maiden launch may carry astronauts onboard. Popular Science has confirmed with Stuart McClung, an engineer on the Orion capsule that's designed to ride on SLS, that NASA is indeed considering these changes.

Sarah Fecht
at 11:14 AM Feb 16 2017

Restoring native wildflowers and prairies grasses will help Iowa's bees and butterflies, as well as other native animals.

Kelsey D. Atherton
at 11:27 AM Feb 3 2017

In 1957, the Soviet Union tested the world's first intercontinental ballistic missile. Its harmless payload, the beeping satellite Sputnik, flared bright across the night sky, a reminder to all the world of the missile that put it there. Sixty years later, North Korea is expected to be the fifth country to join that exclusive club, after the United States, China, and India. And while Kim Jong-un's totalitarian state is quiet about the developments, there's enough information available to the public that the question for 2017 isn't will North Korea test a missile, but when?

Kendra Pierre-Louis
at 11:27 AM Feb 3 2017
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There's something about the crinkle of a fast food wrapper that triggers a longing for a juicy burger ensconced in a soft bun, the tender drippings of a sliced pork shoulder sandwich, or a melty mouthful of chile de arbol hot sauce wrapped in a velvety tortilla. Most of us realize that the goodies within these wrapper aren't very good for us, but a new study in the journal Environmental Science & Technology Letters suggests that the packaging itself might be just as perilous.

 
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