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    BALTIMORE (AP) Could crab shells and clay help clean oxygen-robbing algae blooms from the Chesapeake Bay? That's the idea of a group of students at the University of Maryland that will be studied with the help of an $880,000 federal grant.

    BALTIMORE (AP) The Maryland Zoo has become one of the top breeders of the endangered Panamanian golden frog. The small gold and black mottled frogs are known for signaling to each other by waving because the din of rushing water drowns out their chirps.

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    Lush And Romantic 'Handmaiden' Is The Year's Most Irresistible Love Story

    Though he's known for making quasi-horror films, director Park Chan-wook's latest movie is a melodrama set in 1930s Korea. Critic David Edelstein says The Handmaiden is fun and full of twists.

    Technology May Rescue Male Baby Chicks From The Grinder

    The egg industry may soon eliminate a wasteful – and to some, horrifying – practice: Slaughtering male chicks. New technology can identify male embryos in eggs before they enter incubation chambers.

    FBI To Reopen Investigation Into Hillary Clinton's Email

    FBI Director James Comey told congressional leaders the agency came across further emails from Clinton's private email server and is determining whether they contain classified information.

    A Moment Of Silence For The Black And Brown Talent That Grew On Vine

    We'll miss Vine, but not just for its goofy, raw, six-second looped videos. We'll miss the platform for its ability to incubate young black talent.

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