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Rocks recovered from 'ground zero' reveal how the dinosaurs died
Researchers have drilled deep into the crater in the Gulf of Mexico where a killer asteroid hit, causing a mass extinction 66 million years ago.
CBC's chat bot helps you spot 'fake news' — and avoid spreading it
CBC has created a chat bot tool for Facebook Messenger to help you spot disinformation and decide what news sources you can trust throughout the campaign.
Best Buy, Staples accused of 'urging' customers to pirate TV shows with devices sold in stores
Super Channel, a pay TV network, has filed a lawsuit against four Canadian retailers, including Best Buy and Staples, for allegedly selling "pirate devices" and teaching customers how to use them to pirate content.
Researchers using photos to study impact of climate change on fall foliage
New device generates light from darkness
Methane rules for oil and gas sector spark innovation around measurement
Newly discovered comet may be yet another interstellar visitor
As It Happens
Why scientists tried — and failed — to make a knife out of frozen poop
Car-free Banff? Company pitches ambitious gondola, parking project
Canada's big cable companies ask court to overrule CRTC's wholesale rates
Archeology from space — discovering history from a few hundred kilometres up
To save endangered salmon, scientists use 20-year-old frozen sperm
What on Earth?
Is lab-grown meat the next frontier in ethical eating?
Montreal launches zero-emission delivery option to reduce truck traffic
The universe may be 2 billion years younger than we think
Geese might be 'too smart' for wolf silhouettes to work as deterrent
Bee-harming pesticides make migrating songbirds sick too, study shows
Inuvialuit knowledge helps mariners choose wildlife-friendly routes in Western Arctic
House of Commons cuts links to MPs' websites
As It Happens
Ghost crabs make eerie sounds with their stomach teeth to ward off predators