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Past articles by Ben:

Here’s what the history of the El Niño climate system reveals about climate change

Data show demonstrably that El Ninos, La Ninas, and the climate phenomenon that drives them have been swinging more broadly in the era of human-induced climate change. → Read More

Schizophrenia Simulator: When Chemistry Upends Sanity’s Balance

Georgia Tech engineers simulate chemical imbalances in schizophrenia memory disturbance to fast-track research and treatment solutions. → Read More

Three dead as storms slam Gulf Coast states

(CNN) Severe storms have roared across the Gulf Coast, killing three people, spawning tornadoes, ripping up homes and plowing swaths through communities. Two people died in a Louisiana recreational vehicle park, where a storm pounded 160 motor homes and trailers into a field of debris on Tuesday. And in Mississippi, one person died in a mobile home crushed in the storm in Lamar County, the… → Read More

Three dead as storms slam Gulf Coast states

Severe storms have roared across the Gulf Coast, killing three people, spawning tornadoes, ripping up homes and plowing swaths through communities. → Read More

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Migrants heading for Europe hit bottleneck, get stuck

Longing for refuge in Germany but stuck in limbo in Greece. That could be the fate of masses of new migrants, the U.N. warned. Doors to Europe are shutting. → Read More

Italian author Umberto Eco dead at 84

Author Umberto Eco, famous for the novels "Foucault's Pendulum" and "The Name of the Rose," died Friday, said Lori Glazer, spokeswoman for his U.S. publisher. → Read More

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Umberto Eco, famed author of 'The Name of the Rose,' dead at 84

Author Umberto Eco, famous for the novels "Foucault's Pendulum" and "The Name of the Rose," died Friday, said Lori Glazer, spokeswoman for his U.S. publisher. → Read More

'The Name of the Rose,' author dead at 84

Author Umberto Eco, famous for the novels "Foucault's Pendulum" and "The Name of the Rose," died Friday, said Lori Glazer, spokeswoman for his U.S. publisher. Eco was 84. → Read More

'The Name of the Rose,' author dead at 84

Author Umberto Eco, famous for the novels "Foucault's Pendulum" and "The Name of the Rose," died Friday, said Lori Glazer, spokeswoman for his U.S. publisher. Eco was 84. → Read More

FDA issues guidelines to prevent Zika virus spread

If you're thinking about donating blood and have traveled recently to areas affected by the Zika virus, federal officials are saying hold off. → Read More

Syria hostility cessation tests the world

The world faces a very big test in Syria in two days. And it may well fail it. Last Friday, the world's most powerful diplomats met in Munich, Germany, and agreed to a cessation of hostilities to let in food and medicine to starving and ailing civilia... → Read More

Syria hostility cessation tests the world

The world faces a very big test in Syria in two days. And it may well fail it. Last Friday, the world's most powerful diplomats met in Munich, Germany, and agreed to a cessation of hostilities to let in food and medicine to starving and ailing civilia... → Read More

FDA Issues Guidelines to Prevent Zika Virus Spread

If you're thinking about donating blood and have traveled recently to areas affected by the Zika virus, federal officials are saying hold off.There have been no reports so far of the virus getting into the U.S. blood supply, the Food and Drug Administration said. But out of an abundance of caution, the FDA is asking travelers to postpone any planned donations for at least four weeks. → Read More

FDA issues guidelines to prevent Zika virus spread

If you're thinking about donating blood and have traveled recently to areas affected by the Zika virus, federal officials are saying hold off. There have been no reports so far of the virus getting into the U.S. blood supply, the Food and Drug Adminis... → Read More

FDA issues guidelines to prevent Zika virus spread

If you're thinking about donating blood and have traveled recently to areas affected by the Zika virus, federal officials are saying hold off. There have been no reports so far of the virus getting into the U.S. blood supply, the Food and Drug Adminis... → Read More

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Preventing Zika virus spread, FDA issues guidelines

There are at least 50 cases of the Zika virus in the U.S. CNN's <a href=";>Sanjay Gupta</a> talks to America's first patient to see if he can help us understand how the virus is spread. → Read More

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Westminster Dog Show: California Journey wins top prize

California Journey, CJ for short, a German shorthaired pointer prevailed as the winner of Best in Show award on Tuesday night at the Westminster Dog Show. → Read More

German shorthaired pointer named Westminster Best in Show

The competition was ruff at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, where perfect canines showed off their pageant, poise and form. But California Journey, CJ for short, a German shorthaired pointer prevailed as winner of the Best in Show award on Tuesd... → Read More

German shorthaired pointer named Westminster Best in Show

The competition was ruff at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, where perfect canines showed off their pageant, poise and form. But California Journey, CJ for short, a German shorthaired pointer prevailed as winner of the Best in Show award on Tuesd... → Read More

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Prince protege Vanity dies at 57

Denise Matthews, who as Vanity fronted the group Vanity 6 but was best known for her collaboration with Prince, has died at a hospital in Fremont, California. → Read More