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U.S. Refuses to Provide Protection to the Ashy Storm Petrel

U.S. Refuses to Provide Protection to the Ashy Storm Petrel

Well, it might not sound good to a conservation group, but the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service has refused to provide endangered-species protection to the ashy storm petrel on Monday.

Northern Illinois University Research is put on Hold

Northern Illinois University Research is put on Hold

Despite the government shutdown getting over, the shutdown of a major, ongoing research project to study the ice sheets can't be avoided.

Tana Found a 3.85-carat Diamond that is more similar to a Teardrop

Tana Found a 3.85-carat Diamond that is more similar to a Teardrop

A 5.16-carat, honey brown diamond has been found at the Crater of Diamonds State Park on July 31 by a 12 year old child.

Mosquito Outbreak in California

Mosquito Outbreak in California

As per a new report, a mosquito has been detected in California, which is held responsible for the spread of yellow fever, dengue and other diseases.

Asteroid 2013 TV135 has Fewer Chances to Hit Earth

Asteroid 2013 TV135 has Fewer Chances to Hit Earth

On 16 September, the asteroid 2013 TV135 paid a very close visit to Earth. It is said that the asteroid will again make a close approach to Earth in 2032.

Donated or Purchased Breast Milk Can Risk Child’s Health

Donated or Purchased Breast Milk Can Risk Child’s Health

There is no doubt about the fact that breast milk is the best. But, under certain condition, it gets very difficult for mothers to nurse their babies.

5 Fish Hooks and Fishing Gear Found in Dead Whale’s System

5 Fish Hooks and Fishing Gear Found in Dead Whale’s System

Earlier this month, a rare dolphin died on a remote Hawaii beach.

SpaceX Falcon 9 test craft reaches altitude of 744 metres

SpaceX Falcon 9 test craft reaches altitude of 744 metres

SpaceX has been gaining ground in its efforts to develop reusable rocket with improved capabilities in order to meet future requirements.

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Over 100,000 Transactions could have been Exposed to Malware Intrusion, says UPS

On Wednesday, courier firm United Parcel Service (UPS) said it suspects that personal data of some of their customers might have been compromised. UPS warned that people who have used a credit card or debit card between January 20 and August 21 at one of the 51 impacted UPS locations may have had their data exposed. UPS affirmed that malware...

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