People pay tribute to victims of the twin attacks before a memorial service at Oslo Cathedral in Norway on Sunday. At least 93 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded in Friday's attacks.
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Mourners gather outside the Domkirken Church in Oslo on Sunday, following a mass for victims of the July 22 government office bombing and shooting spree at a Labour Youth League camp. At least 93 were killed and nearly 100 were wounded in Friday's attacks.
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Mourners attend a memorial service at Smmerapen Norderhov kirke, following Friday's twin attacks in Oslo, Norway. At least 92 people were killed in the attacks.
The man blamed for attacks on Norway's government headquarters and a youth retreat that left at least 93 dead said he was motivated by a desire to bring about a revolution in Norwegian society, his lawyer said Sunday.
In a manifesto he published online, the suspect says his life began to change during the first Gulf War, when a Muslim friend cheered at reports of missile attacks against U.S. forces.
Campers Mary Church and Jimmy Cong use their sense of smell to detect whether a chemical reaction has taken place.
For some kids, summer camp season means crafts, campfires and sunshine. For teenagers at one Northern California camp, the focus is chemistry.
At Camp Enchanted Hills, about 40 miles north of Napa, the students have something else in common beyond an interest in science: They're all blind or visually impaired. The camp is a rare chance for the kids to compare notes on what it's like to be blind in a sighted world.
Enchanted Hills is owned by Lighthouse for the Blind, a San Francisco nonprofit; the National Federation of the Blind is one of its sponsors.
On-Air Challenge: Every answer is the name of a state capital. You are given a word. The first letters in the word are the first letters in the name of the capital. The last letters in the word are the last letters in the name of that capital's state. For example, given the word "main," the answer would be "Madison," the state capital of Wisconsin. Madison starts with M-A and Wisconsin ends with I-N.
As warming temperatures drive polar bears south, they're starting to mix with brown bears much the way they did thousands of years ago.
Nearly 12 percent of Americans claim some Irish ancestry. Even President Obama has a little Irish in him. But we've got nothing on polar bears.
According to a study in the journal Current Biology, every polar bear alive today can trace its ancestry to one mama bear that lived in Ireland during the last Ice Age. And what's more, she wasn't even a polar bear: She was a brown bear.
Janet Reitman is a contributing editor at Rolling Stone. Inside Scientology is her first book.
In the 1930s, L. Ron Hubbard was a pulp fiction writer, best known for his fantasy and science fiction stories. But after an attempt at Hollywood screenwriting, Hubbard decided to go a different route.
In 1950, he published Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, a self-help book that became a bestseller and launched a new religion.
That religion was Scientology, and six decades since it began, much is still unclear about the church, its history and its current leader, David Miscavige, who took over shortly after Hubbard's death.