By Benjamin Plackett
Why was Stonehenge built?
A pesticide believed to kill bees has been authorized for use in England despite an EU-wide ban two years ago and an explicit government pledge to keep the restrictions.
UK government breaks promise to maintain ban on bee-harming pesticide
Scientists have identified the traits that may make a person more likely to claim they hear the voices of the dead.
Scientists are figuring out why some people can 'hear' voices of the dead
Lunar rocks retrieved by a historic Chinese mission to the Moon weighed less than initially targeted, but China is still willing to study the samples with foreign scientists, the mission’s spokesman said.
China's retrieved lunar samples weigh less than targeted
Encroaching sands have left little evidence that the Omani village of Wadi al-Murr ever existed, but former inhabitants and curious visitors are coming to rediscover the hamlet engulfed by the desert.
Omanis revive memory of village swallowed by desert
Our Milky Way galaxy is filled with streams of stars, but one of them appears to be a family that includes nearly 500 relatives, according to a new study.
A stream of nearly 500 stars in Milky Way is actually a family
The US has urged Australia to abandon its plan to force Google and Facebook to pay media outlets for their news content, saying there could be "long-lasting negative consequences" for consumers and companies.
US urges Australia to abandon news payment plan for tech giants

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