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The Key to a Long Life Has Little to Do With ‘Good Genes’

In 2013, Google cofounder and CEO Larry Page announced the formation of a new Alphabet entity dedicated to solving the pesky puzzle of mortality. Since then, the billion-dollar longevity lab known as Calico—short for California Life Company—has been trying to tease apart the fundamental biology of aging in the hopes ...

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Space Photos of the Week: Hubble Sees Things a Long Time Ago

The Hubble Space Telescope is a time machine. Images like this reveal the earliest galaxies, because they gather light in the infrared range. Hubble is especially designed to look at that spectrum, and these dazzling galaxies were captured by the ‘scope in 2014. This particular photo combines infrared data, which ...

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Why your ancestors would have aced the long jump

A 52-million-year-old ankle fossil suggests our prehuman ancestors were high-flying acrobats. These first primates spent most of their time in the trees rather than on the ground, but just how nimble they were as they moved around in the treetops has been a topic of dispute. For years, scientists thought ...

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Mediator: Bannon Ready for #War With a Long List of Targets

Mediator By JIM RUTENBERG Stephen K. Bannon left the White House with a frightful howl indeed. While exiting stage far right on Friday, Mr. Bannon referred to himself as “Bannon the Barbarian” and declared that he was “jacked up” and ready to “crush the opposition.” In a conversation with Peter ...

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Spain’s Long Economic Nightmare Is Finally Over

MARTORELL, Spain — Inside a factory as cavernous as an airport terminal, half-built cars glide down the assembly line in a parade that never ends. Workers in coveralls sidle up on queue, attending to the meticulously timed tasks of turning steel into road-ready sedans. The bustling activity at the SEAT ...

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