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What’s in a Name? The Battle of Baby T. Rex and Nanotyrannus.

When fossil hunters unearthed the remains of a dinosaur from the hills of eastern Montana five years ago, they carried several key characteristics of a Tyrannosaurus rex: a pair of giant legs for walking, a much smaller pair of arms for slashing prey, and a long tail stretching behind it. But unlike a full-grown T.

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The Ground-Floor Window Into What’s Ailing Downtowns

Downtown San Francisco’s office buildings have been quieted by some of the highest vacancy rates and slowest return-to-office trends in the country. But when walking around the area, what makes it feel still so uninhabited is a different but related phenomenon downstairs from all those empty offices: the vacant ground floor. It’s the windows with

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What’s Next for Israel After Judicial Overhaul Vote

A law passed in Israel’s Parliament on Monday to limit the power of the judiciary left the country with something of a cliffhanger, with the real effects of the government’s move likely to remain unclear for weeks or even months. The opposition fears a slow descent toward authoritarianism, while the government — which rejects those

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What’s Subsequent for Twitter and Musk’s Provide

How Would a Twitter Takeover Work? Melina Delkic📍 Reporting from New York Elon Musk submitted a take it or depart it supply for Twitter, providing $54.20 a share for 100% possession. However what precisely does that imply and what occurs now? Right here’s what we all know to this point → I made a proposal

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