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The Weather Channel would like Breitbart to know that climate change is real. The post While You Were Offline: The Weather Channel Rains on Breitbart’s Parade of Delusion appeared first on WIRED.

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The best stuff for throwing a party, or to get as a gift for the party animal in your life. The post Wishlist 2016: Festive Gift Ideas for Holiday Entertaining appeared first on WIRED.

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Space photos of the week, December 4 — 10, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: A Wonky Spiral Galaxy Has an Identity Crisis appeared first on WIRED.

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What if, instead of choosing one kind of car, you could simply extend your truck or SUV at the touch of a button? The post Let’s Make Morphing Cars That Double as SUVs appeared first on WIRED.

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Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth but that still deserve your attention. The post Security News This Week: Russian Hackers Are Targeting Germany Now, Too appeared first on WIRED.

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A good gift is a thoughtful gift—and a thoughtfully designed one, too. The post 22 Gifts That Will Give You Serious Design Cred appeared first on WIRED.

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The tech behind the Amazon Echo, Google Home, and Microsoft’s Project Evo is at the heart of a three-way rivalry that will define the industry for years. The post Tech’s Biggest Showdown Is Unfolding in Your Living Room appeared first on WIRED.

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A human enzyme has changed little from its days as a bacterial enzyme, new research reveals. In fact, the enzyme appears to be unique in its ability to change its shape—and its job in cells—without overhauling its basic architecture.

via Ancient enzyme morphed shape to carry out new functions in humans — Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

Greater stress and anxiety resulting from economic insecurity may be at least partly to blame for the U.S. death rate that the government has increased for the first time in a decade, says an expert on poverty and inequality.

via Economic stress played role in increasing U.S. death rate — Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

It has been 20 years since Dolly the sheep was successfully cloned in Scotland, but cloning mammals remains a challenge. A new study of gene expression in developing clones now shows why most cloned embryos likely fail.

via Cow gene study shows why most clones fail — Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

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