One giant step: Moon race heats up

India's bid to become the first nation to land a spacecraft on the Moon's south pole neared its conclusion on Wednesday, the latest lunar push that has drawn in the world's top powers and new players.

Canada wildfires spread and merge as evacuations continue

Two fast-moving "extreme" wildfires merged overnight in western Canada, threatening hundreds more homes and forcing continued evacuations in a wide swath of British Columbia province, officials said Sunday.

Spain swelters in latest searing heat wave

Spain was sweating Sunday as its latest summer heat wave took hold, the fourth of the season, with the mercury soaring notably in the northeast and the south of the country.

Three reasons we use graphic novels to teach math and physics

Post-pandemic, some educators are trying to reengage students with technology—like videos, computer gaming or artificial intelligence, just to name a few. But integrating these approaches in the classroom can be an uphill ...

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