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It’s More Than Just a Monument

Trump’s decision to cut more than 1 million acres from Bears Ears could permanently crimp the presidency’s ability to protect public land.

Climate Change Might Lower Salaries

The more 90-degree days a fetus or infant endured, the lower his earnings in adulthood.

The first 'prescription video game' could help children with ADHD

Akili Interactive Labs' latest study of a game for kids with ADHD could be a big step for what the company hopes will be the first prescription video game.

The big loser in the CVS-Aetna deal already seems pretty clear

OPINION: Healthcare is consolidating fast, but Express Scripts may be the odd man out.

CVS made a $69 billion bet it can become the first place you go when you’re sick

The deal could upend the way we pay for healthcare, with Aetna and CVS aiming to make pharmacies the "new front doors of healthcare."

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Apple, Stanford Medicine launch AFib study — MDLIVE

Apple and Stanford Medicine have launched the Apple Heart Study, highlighting the power of wearables to unveil undiagnosed heart irregularities.

A neuroscientist is trying to create tailored 'exercise prescriptions' for aging

Wendy Suzuki says working out will "change the trajectory of your life for the better." Her forthcoming startup might dole out exercise prescriptions.

Weight Watchers' new program has 200 'zero-points' foods you can eat as much as

The new 'Freestyle' program has a list of 200 'zero-points' foods — including eggs, salmon, and beans — that participants can eat without tracking or...

These solar panels that can pull clean drinking water out of the air just got a

The Arizona-based startup Zero Mass makes solar panels that can literally pull drinkable water from air. It's now launching in the United States.

Astronauts make, float, eat pizzas on space station

The first-ever pizza party in space is getting sky-high reviews

NASA nails test on Voyager spacecraft, 13B miles away

Last week, ground controllers sent commands to fire backup thrusters on Voyager 1, our most distant spacecraft

Stars in the crowd for Rockets win over Lakers

With just one game in a stretch of seven days, the Rockets are enjoying some time in Los Angeles. On Sunday night, they also enjoyed some time playing in front of some celebrites

Houston man captures creepy video of teenagers trying to break into his home

A Houston family captured video of two teenagers trying to break into their home Sunday afternoon.

Names released for 3 fatal Montgomery County car crashes

The Texas Department of Public Safety has released the names of three people killed in separate crashes within 24 hours over the weekend. Scarlett Hamm Conlon, 40, of Willis died

Thieves caught on video stealing packages from front of Houston home

The Harris County Constable's Office has released surveillance video from Woodland Heights showing two men stealing packages from the front of a home.

Mike D'Antoni's wife after Rockets' win: 'Is it classless to say happy days are

With the Rockets on a seven-game winning streak, all taken in blowouts, and leading the Western Conference while the Lakers have not had a winning season since D'Antoni's first

Houston FOX 26 anchor Rita Garcia leaving for Los Angeles

Texas-native Rita Garcia is leaving FOX 26 for Los Angeles after six years in Houston.

"Bachelor Nation" flocks to Houston for Erica Rose and Charles Sanders' wedding,

Prince Lorenzo Borghese, Vienna Girardi, AshLee Frazier and more join local VIPs for "Bachelor" wedding festivities in West U and downtown Houston

Grad students protest GOP's tax hike and prepare to fight about tuition

UC Berkeley graduate students want to know how the university will protect them if the GOP’s grad tax goes through

Maybe Einstein Was Wrong About This

A new analysis suggests an oft-cited claim about when astronomers peak is pretty off.

A former nuclear test site in San Francisco is turning into an $8 billion

The San Francisco Naval Shipyard was once home to a secretive nuclear testing facility. Now Lennar Corp. is building luxury condominiums there.

Trump is shrinking two national monuments cherished by Native Americans — here

Trump plans to shrink Bears Ears National Monument by up to 90%. Here are the presidents who've preserved the most public land throughout US history.

These timelapse videos show a rainbow arching over Taiwan for a record-breaking

The rainbow curved over northern Taipei from 6.57 a.m. to 3.55 p.m., according to observers at the Chinese Cultural University.

The year's biggest deal is far from certain

Investors are showing some uncertainty around CVS Health's proposed acquisition of Aetna amid speculation that it could run into regulatory hurdles.

CVS and Aetna used one word that should make employees nervous

In the announcement of the deal, the companies used the word that should make CVS and Aetna employee nervous: "synergies."

How will humanity react to alien life? Psychologists have some predictions.

People are receptive to tiny aliens, but they don't think their neighbors will be.

Billy Bush in New York Times: Yes, That Was Trump Who Said ‘Grab ‘Em by the P—y’

Former "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush had blunt words for Donald Trump on Sunday: "He said it. 'Grab 'em by the p-y.' Of course he said it," Bush wrote in a New York Times

Elon Musk isn’t joking about sending a Tesla to Mars

Elon Musk fully intends to put a red sports car made by a company that he runs into an enormous rocketship made by another company that he runs and then fire both into Mars orbit.

Most mispronounced Texas city names

The Texas tongue can be tricky when it comes to pronouncing city names.

Angry wombat’s reign of terror ended

A WOMBAT’S reign of terror on a small Tasmanian town has come to a bitter end after being captured and euthanised by wildlife authorities.

What is the Brutal Black Project?

TATTOOISTS are usually very mindful of their client’s pain threshold and try to make the process as smooth and trouble-free as possible.

Meet the Manvel cheerleader defying gravity in that mind-blowing video

Are you sitting down? You might want to be sitting down, I don't want you to fa - actually, never mind, don't bother sitting down. You wouldn't fall anyway. After all if there is

Some people can't see pictures in their imaginations — here's why

A segment of the human population suffers from mind blindness, or the inability to see images in their imaginations. Here's why this happens.

New object detected in missing sub mystery

ARGENTINA’S navy says it’s trying to make a visual inspection of another object that registered on a sonar search for remains of a submarine that vanished 18 days ago with 44 crew

NOAA: Active tornado warning for Fort Bend, Harris County on Sunday

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released an active tornado warning for Fort Bend and Harris County at 3:32 p.m. on Sunday.

Another Liberty County resident arrested for indecent exposure

A second suspect has been arrested in Liberty County for indecent exposure. Randy Earl Jones, Jr., 25, was taken into custody by the Cleveland Police Department and has been placed

The 'stick shadow' experiment the ancient Greeks used to show the Earth isn't

There's no need to build a rocket to determine Earth's curvature if you have a stick.

CVS Health is buying Aetna for $69 billion in 2017's biggest deal

The deal would create a new healthcare company that includes an insurer, a retail pharmacy, and a company that negotiates drug prices with drugmakers.