Is this the best-known bottle in the world?

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High-speed train almost as fast as plane
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New York City wants to cut waste by 90 percent
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Real life cats in hats
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Presidential hopefuls kick off 2016 campaigns
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In Puerto Rico, a push to save culture from long ago
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Would planes be safer without pilots?
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Space station supply ship delivers espresso
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Dogs bond with owners just by looking
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Can plants communicate?
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Glee makes unlikely stars of a cappella singers
Icebergs? In Massachusetts? Parts of Cape Cod have been looking a little bit like the Arctic Circle. Icebergs aren't a common sight in Massachusetts. But massive chunks of ice have washed up on some beaches. They're drawing curious onlookers. Children have been climbing some of the icy mammoths.... - Posted on March 17, 2015
Care for a dip in hot spring…near Saturn? New research suggests there are hot springs bubbling beneath the icy surface of a tiny Saturn moon. The moon is called Enceladus. It's pronounced ehn-SEHL'-uh-duhs. If confirmed, it would make the moon the only other known body in the solar system besides Earth where ... - Posted on March 16, 2015
Would you pay $10,000 for Apple Watch made of gold? Apple wants to move the Internet from your pocket to your wrist. Time will tell if millions of consumers are willing to spend $350 on up for a wearable device that still requires a wirelessly connected smartphone to deliver its most powerful features. There's even an 18-kara... - Posted on March 16, 2015
How does daylight saving affect the body? You asked us, how does daylight saving affect the human body. Well, the most important cue for studying our internal clocks is light. When we suddenly change the time by an hour, it alters the amount of light we see during the day. The result is our internal rhythms get off ... - Posted on March 13, 2015
Did your body complain about daylight saving time? How did your body like the switch to daylight saving time? When your alarm went off an hour early, did you want to hit the snooze button? If your body complained, it had good reason. Most Americans lose at least an hour of sleep after setting their clocks ahead. An hour may ... - Posted on March 13, 2015
Japanese robot to get Artificial Intelligence Robots continue to get smarter. They can be programmed to think. Well, not exactly think like humans, but respond that way. Japanese mobile carrier Softbank says it will incorporate artificial intelligence technology from IBM into its empathetic robot Pepper. The robot will ... - Posted on March 12, 2015
Winter hasn't stopped riders of ice bikes If it were possible for anything to be hot in Buffalo, N.Y. this winter, it was the newfangled "ice bikes" that debuted at an outdoor skating rink. The bicycles on ice skates were an immediate hit. They glided onto the Ice at Canalside the day the new rink opened on the city... - Posted on March 12, 2015
Can it fly around the world without a drop of fuel? A Swiss solar-powered plane took off from Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates on Monday. It marked the start of the first attempt to fly around the world without a drop of fuel. Solar Impulse founder André Borschberg was at the controls of the single-seater. It took off f... - Posted on March 11, 2015
Mush: Lack of snow pushes Iditarod race north Much of the start of the world's most famous sled dog race is covered in barren gravel. That forced Iditarod organizers to move the start further north. That's where there is snow and ice. A weather pattern that buried the eastern U.S. in snow has left Alaska fairly warm and... - Posted on March 11, 2015
Does chicken soup really help with a cold? You asked us, does chicken soup really help with a cold? And we went to Generic Grandma for this one. Yes, it actually looks like her chicken soup might make you feel better. Like over-the-counter cold meds, chicken soup isn't going to cure your cold or even make it s... - Posted on March 10, 2015
Life is sweet, but we’re eating too much sugar New guidelines from the World Health Organization are enough to kill anyone's sugar high. The U.N. health agency says the world is eating too much sugar. It says people should slash their intake. Six six to 12 teaspoons per day is enough. It is an amount that could be exceeded wi... - Posted on March 10, 2015
Obamas encourage world to “Let girls learn” Saying every girl "has value," President Barack Obama has announced a more focused government effort to help tens of millions of girls around the world. The effort would focus on girls attending and staying in school. Michelle Obama said she will go to Japan and Cambodia to promote... - Posted on March 9, 2015
Lack of water a big problem for California California has received a double dose of bad drought news. State officials say the snowpack in the Sierra Nevada is far below normal and that residents again aren't coming close to meeting Gov. Jerry Brown's call for a 20 percent cut in water use. Snow supplies about a third... - Posted on March 9, 2015
Bummed out by winter? Try running from a volcano! One of South America's most active volcanoes has erupted. It is located in southern Chile. It was spewing heavy smoke into the air as lava surged down its slopes. The volcano has prompted authorities to evacuate thousands of people. Authorities worried that mudslides caused ... - Posted on March 6, 2015
Was the dress black and blue or gold and white? It's the dress that's beating the Internet black and blue. Or should that be gold and white? Friends and co-workers worldwide are debating the true hues of a royal blue dress with black lace. To many an eye, the dress transforms in one photograph into gold and white. Optomet... - Posted on March 6, 2015
Good news! More pandas! Wild giant pandas in China are doing well. The latest census by China's State Forestry Administration shows the panda population has grown by 268. The total is 1,864. The last survey ended in 2003. Nearly three quarters of the pandas live in the southwestern province ... - Posted on March 5, 2015
We dump 8.8 million tons of plastic into oceans Each year about 8.8 million tons of plastic ends up in the world oceans. The quantity is much higher than previous estimates, according to a new study. It tracked marine debris from its source. That's the equivalent of five grocery bags full of plastic debris dotting each fo... - Posted on March 5, 2015
Blind dog lost in Alaska finally found A blind dog who wandered away from her home during a deep freeze has been reunited with her owner. The 11-year-old Labrador retriever named Madera ventured away from home in Ester, Alaska, on Feb. 6. The temperature dipped to 40 degrees below zero. Her owner, Ed Davis... - Posted on March 4, 2015
#22 Lauren Hill continues to inspire The Mount St. Joseph's women's basketball team held its postseason banquet in a Cincinnati hospital room warmed by Lauren Hill's smile. The 19-year-old freshman made it through a full season while raising more than $1.3 million for research into the type of brain tumor that ... - Posted on March 4, 2015
Is this the best-known bottle in the world? A curvy drink bottle is celebrating its 100th birthday. An art museum is exploring the origins and influence of its bottle design. It is so recognizable, you probably would know the brand if you held it in the dark. "The Coca-Cola Bottle: An American Icon at 100" is s... - Posted on March 3, 2015