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Hydroponic Histrionics? Organic Purists Assail Designation

Felix Gray: Computer Glasses for a New Generation

By Lisa Rathke |
Can you call a tomato grown in a nutrient solution instead of dirt "organic"? Some purists don't think so.

Could Anyone Stop Trump from Launching Nukes? The Answer: No

Could Anyone Stop Trump from Launching Nukes? The Answer: No

By Robert Burns | Nov 17
Here's a question rarely raised before Donald Trump ran for the White House: If the president ordered a pre-emptive nuclear strike, could anyone stop him? The answer is no.

NYC Passes Bill to Make Revenge Porn a Crime

NYC Passes Bill to Make Revenge Porn a Crime

By Colleen Long | Nov 17
The City Council on Thursday passed legislation that would make it a crime to engage in revenge porn, sharing intimate images of people with an aim to embarrass or hurt them.

AP Exclusive: U.S. Scientists try 1st Gene Editing in the Body

AP Exclusive: U.S. Scientists try 1st Gene Editing in the Body

By Marilynn Marchione | Nov 16
Scientists for the first time have tried editing a gene inside the body in a bold attempt to permanently change a person's DNA to cure a disease.

Beetle May Help Fight 'Super Invader' Tree

Beetle May Help Fight 'Super Invader' Tree

Nov 16
Southern states appear to be losing ground against the Chinese tallow, a highly invasive tree rapidly overtaking native forests. Scientists are working with the USDA on the possible release of a beetle that eats tallow roots and leaves.

U.S. Official: 15 Percent of Agencies Used Kaspersky Software

U.S. Official: 15 Percent of Agencies Used Kaspersky Software

By Deb Riechmann | Nov 15
Computer systems at 15 percent of U.S. government agencies were running Kaspersky Lab software that's been banned because of concerns about the company's ties to the Kremlin and Russian spy operations.