Renewables Top Coal In Energy Capacity

The International Energy Agency, which made the observation in a new report, also significantly hiked its growth forecast for renewables over the next five years.
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Gap Between Genders Increasing In US

The country was in 45th place among 144 nations — 17 places lower than last year — in the World Economic Forum’s annual Global Gender Gap Report.

FDA Warns Against Testosterone Abuse

The new warnings will outline the serious health risks associated with the misuse of testosterone, and anabolic androgenic steroids.
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Paul Beatty Becomes First American To Win Man Booker Prize

Paul Beatty’s “The Sellout” tells the story of a young black man who wants to assert his African-American identity by bringing back slavery and segregation.

Prospect Of Clinton Presidency Spurs Gun Sales

An Alabama gun store owner said "if a certain candidate was elected, these guns, you may not be able to buy them maybe after the first of the year."

Trump Parties: Underage Girls, Cocaine And Money

A report suggests Trump held parties in the 1990s that featured underage girls and cocaine alongside wealthy men.

Oil Ministers Say End To Depressed Prices Near

Oil prices could rise to near $60 a barrel by the end of next year.


Space Travel Shrinks And Weakens Spinal Muscles

Back pain in astronauts who have undertaken lengthy sojourns in low-gravity is caused by atrophying paraspinal muscles, a NASA-funded study has revealed.

3D-Printed ‘Metamaterial’ Shrinks When Heated

According to conventional physics, almost all solid materials expand under the effect of heat.

Record Shark Attacks Around The World Frighten Tourists

While shark attacks are generally rare, several attacks in recent months reported from Australia to North Carolina have stirred up fears among some ocean-goers.

Top Secret Nazi Military Base Discovered

A military base used by Hitler was discovered by scientists more than 70 years after it was abandoned.