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On the creepiest day of the year, we have news about one of the creepiest bugs around: the spider. Researchers have discovered the largest orb-weaving spider ever seen, a (relatively) massive creature whose body is about 1 1/2 inches across and whose leg...
Q: After news reports earlier this year, we’re wondering: Is it unhealthy or unsanitary to allow dogs or cats to share our beds? A: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study that triggered concerns and news-media...
Sun StaffNASA investigators seeking the cause of Saturday's shuttle disaster are taking another hard look at a sheet of insulating foam that broke away from Columbia's external fuel tank and struck the craft's left wing during liftoff Jan. 16. Engineers had...
The commander of a Navy swift boat who served alongside Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry during the Vietnam War stepped forward Saturday to dispute attacks challenging Kerry's integrity and war record. William Rood, an editor on the Chicago...
Tags: Assault, Death, Armed Forces, Veterans Affairs, Arts and Culture
Sun StaffNASA's space shuttle program manager backed away yesterday from a key theory that a piece of insulation breaking away from Columbia's fuel tank during launch damaged the craft's heat shield so badly that it was destroyed in the final minutes of its...
Tags: Prosecution, Space Programs, Death, Armed Forces, Judaism
Associated PressNACOGDOCHES, Texas - Rain-drenched searchers trudging through the muddy forests and fields of East Texas gathered everything from tiny slivers to huge chunks of debris yesterday as they tried to find clues to what caused space shuttle Columbia's...
Tags: Louisiana, Space Programs, Texas, Armed Forces, California
Anyone who's yearned for a clean house can attest to the seemingly supernatural properties of dust. No sooner have you banished it from the bookshelf than it peeks out from under the bed, shape-shifting from powdery and puffy to sticky and stringy. But...
Tags: Birth Defects, Human Body, Immune System, Air Pollution, Skin
Dear SOS: The Arizona Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix serves the most delicious stuffed French toast I have ever eaten. Would it be possible to get the recipe? Gayle Taylor La Canada-Flintridge Dear Gayle: We loved this take on French toast — small,...
Sun StaffThough Baltimore's emergency planners have long known that a devastating chemical accident could occur in the train tunnel under Howard Street, the city's 440-page emergency plan does not address such a problem and never mentions the tunnel. The plan,...
Tribune staff reporterThe patient from Mount Prospect was at a low point when she turned to Allan Aven, her longtime family physician, for help. Chronic vertigo and vomiting had left less than 90 pounds on her 5-foot-3 frame. Surgery to address those problems was...
Cody Smart wanted to feel something, and so with $430 in the bank, an aversion to "popular society" and a thirst for the open road, he set off to hitchhike from New York to Alaska. He was robbed and nearly raped and killed, just as the naysayers said he...
Tags: New York, Death, Alaska, California, Travel
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