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Some patients in Florida are going to be able to use a strain of low-potency marijuana under a bill signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott.
Oklahoma and Kansas may have the reputation as tornado hot spots, but Florida and the rest of the Southeast are far more vulnerable to killer twisters, a new analysis shows.
A cloud of plasma from the sun could cause communications blackouts.
Science answers 55-year-old question of why the far side of the moon looks different.
Kepler-56 will devour two of its planets as it balloons into a red giant.
TAMPA (CBS Tampa) – “The Beast” is coming! That’s the nickname astronomers have given to an asteroid that will nearly sideswipe Earth this Sunday, reports Space.com. Near-Earth asteroid 2014 HQ124 will be a mere 777,000 miles […]
National Research Council says a steady hand and lots of money is the only way for NASA to fulfill its quest for Mars.
Red dwarfs are the most common stars in the universe, but their solar winds may blast a planet’s atmosphere into space.
Florida officials will use donuts to manage their black bear population.