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Was Meriwether Lewis, of Lewis and Clark fame, murdered?

The family of Meriwether Lewis, co-leader of the Lewis and Clark expedition, announced this morning that they are once again seeking permission to exhume his bones from federal land and determine whether he committed suicide or was murdered...

July 8, 2009 — Brendan Borrell

New research explores how--and why--music affects our brains

Music has an undeniable power over mind and body—and the science behind its mysterious sway is a hot topic at the moment. In the latest study to show music’s physical effects on the body, researchers found that volume changes affect heart rate and other physiological markers...

July 6, 2009 — Frederik Joelving

Second suicide in Indian artifact theft case

Last Friday, a second alleged Indian artifact thief turned up dead in an apparent suicide. Steven L. Shrader, 56, appeared to have shot himself twice in the chest behind an elementary school in Shabbona, Ill., where he had gone to visit his mother...

June 22, 2009 — Brendan Borrell

Golfers take par when they could do one better

Tiger Woods could make $1.2 million more every year. How? If he'd spend less energy trying to avoid bogeys and aimed for more birdies (no, not the ones in the trees—a stroke under par), according to a forthcoming paper...

June 17, 2009 — Katherine Harmon

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