Bill Clinton Hails ‘Change-Maker’ Hillary

The former president backed Hillary Clinton in an extremely personal speech after she won the Democratic nomination, becoming the first woman to run for president from a major political party.

Why Investors Are Still Betting On iPhone’s Success

Apple’s profits in the June quarter fell 27 percent. However, the company beat analysts’ expectations for iPhone sales, helping buoy its stock price.

Cockroach Milk A New Superfood?

Scientists found that the Pacific beetle cockroach produces a liquid food for its larvae that is unusually rich in protein, fat and sugar.
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‘Enhanced’ Humans? No Thanks, Say Americans

According to a Pew survey, most American adults have serious misgivings about using gene editing, brain chips and synthetic blood for human enhancement.

Dolly’s Clones Are Alive And Well

Daisy, Debbie, Denise and Diana — sister clones of the famous ewe — just celebrated their ninth birthday, and are, for sheep of their age, remarkably healthy.
honey bee

Pesticides May Lower Bees’ Sperm Count

A new study has found that some of the world’s most widely used pesticides may be kill most of the male honey bees’ sperm.
SABMiller Beer

Bigger Beer Bid: Anheuser-Busch InBev Raises Offer For SABMiller

Anheuser-Busch InBev raises its $100 billion-plus bid for rival brewer SABMiller after a slide in the value of the pound following the Brexit vote made the offer less attractive for many investors, threatening to derail the deal.


The Missing Craters Of Ceres

Scientists are baffled by the absence of large craters on Ceres, whose surface should be pockmarked as a result of numerous asteroid impacts.

Philae Comet Lander Bids Final Farewell

Scientists at the European Space Agency are encouraging fans to say goodbye to the robotic comet hitchhiker through social media using the hashtag #GoodbyePhilae.

Justice Department Moves To Block Healthcare Mergers

After drawing concerns about a lack of competition — and an ethics controversy — the Cigna-Anthem proposal will likely fail.
Rio Olympics, Maracana Stadium

After Unrest, Olympics Soon Set To Begin

After a turbulent buildup, the sporting action at the 2016 Rio Olympics is about to begin.

Ambush Marketing Is Unstoppable In Rio

Olympics sponsorships have never been more expensive. So why is the IOC relaxing the rules governing what athletes can promote?