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Speculation over Kate Middleton's wedding dress reached fever pitch this weekend after a British newspaper announced Alexander McQueen's fashion house is designing the gown.

Baby bottlenose dolphins are washing up dead in record numbers on the shores of Alabama and Mississippi, alarming scientists and a federal agency charged with monitoring the health of the Gulf of Mexico.

Space shuttle Discovery is set to launch Thursday from Cape Canaveral, Florida, for its final flight, ending nearly three decades of space travel.

A 30 million tonne block of ice sheared off a New Zealand glacier just minutes after a violent earthquake devastated the city of Christchurch, officials said Wednesday.

A growing, more affluent population competing for ever scarcer resources could make for an "unrecognizable" world by 2050, researchers warned at a major US science conference Sunday.

IQ, which stands for Intelligence Quotient, is an important thing to have. It is a common misconception that one's IQ directly determines that person's intelligence. The IQ is a way of measuring one's problem solving abilities, and favors those who are auditory and visual learners.

An international team of climate scientists is calling on the public to help with a new initiative aimed at predicting how the climate will change during the 21st century.

Art experts have made a surprising discovery of the world's most famous paintings, the Mona Lisa. They claim to have found a set of tiny letters painted into the eyes and a number under the bridge in the backdrop of the painting. Tom Fearon looks into the cryptic message in the 500-year-old portrait.

Floods have devastated the landscape of the state of Queensland, Australia, but they also present a high risk to the Great Barrier Reef.

Last month was the coldest December documented for the UK since nationwide records began 100 years ago, the Met Office has confirmed.

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