Study: Regulate alcohol marketing

The U.S. alcohol industry snares too many underage drinkers and its marketing practices should be federally regulated, a Columbia University study concludes.

Scientists study speed camera efficacy

Australian research reviewers say "speed cameras" and other devices can cut vehicle accident rates by allowing officials to identify and charge speeders.

Samsung and T-Mobile release T509

Samsung Telecommunications America and T-Mobile USA announced Tuesday the retail availability of the thinnest bar phone available in the U.S. market.

Seattle top Microsoft gaming city

Seattle was named top video-gaming city in the United States Microsoft and Sperling's BestPlaces announced Tuesday.

Producing Dark Matter

“Colliders have been the tool of choice for particle physicists to look at smaller and smaller particles. All a sudden we are realizing that we can use them not only to understand things at smaller scales, but for understanding ...

Italians report major dinosaur discovery

Italian scientists report discovering Titanosaurus bones that might change the accepted scientific picture of the dinosaur.

A large Roman-era villa is discovered

Italian archeologists have reportedly discovered the remains of a huge Roman villa near Florence -- the first ever in the popular tourist area.

Is a Russian peninsula really part of North America?

For many years geologists have harbored a belief that the Kamchatka Peninsula, shrouded in mystery and secrecy on Russia's east coast, actually sits on the same tectonic plate as the mainland United States, Canada and Mexico.

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