Has Earth been permanently deformed by earthquakes in Chile?

More than a century of research suggested that the planet rebounds after quakes, with the crust springing back like elastic over the course of months to decades.

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Koalas are unique to Australia and have become symbols of the country, but their numbers are in sharp decline and the species' survival may be in peril.

One of the most common places to find a koala these days is in the hospital, and one of the reasons is the sexually transmitted disease chlamydia.

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For the last three years, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) has been tracking our sun - the one and only - as it approaches "solar maximum."

That's the scientific term for the star's peak in solar activity each 11 years, and in this new video, NASA has condensed that time span into three minutes.

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A crew team rowing in New York's Hudson River rowed by a strange object that turned out to be a very large head ... and left them scratching theirs.

Out on the river Monday morning, Marist College crew coach Matt Lavin was the first to spot the mysterious 7-foot-high, fiberglass-covered dome.

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Ah, technology. Is there anything it can't do in this day and age?

It's certainly led to some high-tech marriage proposals in recent years, but this one, made with the aid of a drone, may have set the new high water mark.

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Hyundai has apologized for an ad that makes light of suicide.

The spot features a man trying to end his own life via exhaust fumes, only to find it impossible to do so because the iX35 SUV runs on water vapor.

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