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Second terror attack halted, police say, after 13 killed, 100 injured in Barcelona

Second terror attack halted, police say, after 13 killed, 100 injured in Barcelona

Updated at 6:41 a.m. ET Friday Hours after a van drove into a crowd of people in Barcelona, Spain, Spanish police say they've stopped a second terrorist attack. Authorities say the two attacks are linked.

Philly judge charts future for historic human remains found at construction site

Philly judge charts future for historic human remains found at construction site

After months of uncertainty, a Philadelphia judge has outlined concrete steps for what will become of the remains of more than 300 people discovered in a former cemetery on a construction site in Old City.

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Delaware astronomer hopes solar eclipse inspires young people [video]

Delaware astronomer hopes solar eclipse inspires young people [video]

A solar eclipse in the 70s inspired Judi Provencal to study the stars. Now, as the resident astronomer at Mt. Cuba Astronomical Observatory, she hopes to create future astronomers on Monday.

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Corker on Trump: 'He needs to take stock of who he is'
National Interest | Dick Polman

Corker on Trump: 'He needs to take stock of who he is'

At this moment of moral reckoning for the Republican party, it's still rare to find an elected leader who's willing to expose the emperor's dearth of clothes. But we can put our hands together for Bob Corker.

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Commentary: Antifa needs a new way to fight the Alt-Right

Antifa and the conservative media attention that it will continue to draw raises questions about the effectiveness of militant tactics in organized efforts to challenge the violence of fascism.

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Essay: Don't just feel guilty about your racism; fight against it

For people like me, who have just graduated or are still in high school, the connection between Americans who look down on people of color and Nazis is an easy one to make.

Speak Easy | Stefanie Nicolosi

Essay: Talking to kids about Charlottesville will shape sense of justice, not steal innocence

I find that I am relieved that my child isn't old enough to have to explain these hateful events to him and why they're wrong. I don't have to, because these aren't concepts he can grasp yet. He has yet to experience hate as

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Monday's eclipse to provide rare research opportunity for scientists

Monday's eclipse to provide rare research opportunity for scientists

Paul Halpern, physics professor at University of the Sciences explains how scientists use this rare event in their research.

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A star-studded trip to witness the 1973 eclipse

A star-studded trip to witness the 1973 eclipse

Retired Pennsylvania science teacher Stephen Berr made plans two years ago to witness this year's solar eclipse in Driggs, Idaho. He reserved a hotel room, and invited family members. Prepared as he was, life had different

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