Marking 45 years since moon landing

Buzz Aldrin walked near the lunar module 45 years ago today.

NASA/Getty Images/file 1969

Apollo 11’s Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on another world.

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Scientists report sexual harassment at field sites

In a stark paper published Wednesday, most respondents reported they had personally experienced sexual harassment.

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Invasive emerald ash borer found in Arnold Arboretum

A beetle that can quickly kill ash trees has now been found in three Mass. counties, officials said.

Clash of cold air with warm front created right conditions for storm

Cold air at high altitudes coupled with a warm front moving through Revere created conditions that may have spawned the tornado.

Searching for the unforgotten

Hundreds of people who have died crossing the southern border are buried without ceremony, casket, or name.

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