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Cannibalistic Dinosaurs Went Through a Lot of Teeth

By Katherine Kornei

The only known cannibal among dinosaurs replaced its pearly whites more often than scientists expected, and so did some other carnivores.

Yes, Luis Scola Is Still Playing (Now in Milan)

By Marc Stein

This week’s newsletter catches up with Luis Scola, 39, to talk about how the N.B.A. has changed since he left two years ago and about his surprising World Cup silver medal as part of Argentina’s team.

D.C. Fontana, First Female β€˜Star Trek’ Writer, Dies at 80

By Liam Stack

Ms. Fontana, who was part of the “Star Trek” universe from its early days, was best known for her work on Spock, the half-human, half-Vulcan Starfleet officer portrayed by Leonard Nimoy.

Bernd Wendeln new COO of Your Family Entertainment

By JΓΆrn Krieger

German media company Your Family Entertainment (YFE) strengthens its leadership team with Bernd Wendeln.

Wendeln assumes the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO), and becomes responsible for HR and IT. He will also become an additional member of the managing board in 2020 for the designated areas.

Wendeln has long-standing experience in the media industry through positions at Tele München Group (now Leonine Holding) and ProSiebenSat.1 where he worked in strategy, M&A and business development.

“With Bernd Wendeln’s expertise in successfully executing complex projects at large media corporates and in family-owned businesses, we reinforce the Your Family Entertainment leadership team significantly,” said Dr Stefan Piëch, CEO of YFE. “With Bernd on board, we take the digital and international businesses to new levels.”

Bernd Wendeln new COO of Your Family Entertainment

By JΓΆrn Krieger

German media company Your Family Entertainment (YFE) strengthens its leadership team with Bernd Wendeln.

Wendeln assumes the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO), and becomes responsible for HR and IT. He will also become an additional member of the managing board in 2020 for the designated areas.

Wendeln has long-standing experience in the media industry through positions at Tele München Group (now Leonine Holding) and ProSiebenSat.1 where he worked in strategy, M&A and business development.

“With Bernd Wendeln’s expertise in successfully executing complex projects at large media corporates and in family-owned businesses, we reinforce the Your Family Entertainment leadership team significantly,” said Dr Stefan Piëch, CEO of YFE. “With Bernd on board, we take the digital and international businesses to new levels.”

Was This 18,000-Year-Old Siberian Puppy a Dog or a Wolf?

By Laura M. Holson

The animal was buried in a lump of frozen mud in Russia, its fur, whiskers and body fully intact. Scientists are studying its DNA to understand whether it is a dog or a wolf.

Was This 18,000-Year-Old Siberian Puppy a Dog or a Wolf?

By Laura M. Holson

The animal was buried in a lump of frozen mud in Russia, its fur, whiskers and body fully intact. Scientists are studying its DNA to understand whether it is a dog or a wolf.

Leonardo DiCaprio Responds to Brazil’s President About Amazon Fires

By Aimee Ortiz

The actor and environmentalist released a statement on Saturday after President Jair Bolsonaro falsely accused him of funding the fires recently set in the Amazon rainforest.

Leonardo DiCaprio Responds to Brazil’s President About Amazon Fires

By Aimee Ortiz

The actor and environmentalist released a statement on Saturday after President Jair Bolsonaro falsely accused him of funding the fires recently set in the Amazon rainforest.

Brazil’s Leader Falsely Blames Leonardo DiCaprio for Amazon Fires

By Reuters

President Jair Bolsonaro falsely claimed that the actor had financed the fires, his latest broadside to shift blame.

Is This the First Fossil of an Embryo?

By Carl Zimmer

Mysterious 609-million-year-old balls of cells may be the oldest animal embryos — or something else entirely.

Is This the First Fossil of an Embryo?

By Carl Zimmer

Mysterious 609-million-year-old balls of cells may be the oldest animal embryos — or something else entirely.

Kawhi Leonard. Paul George. Same Court. Same Time.

By Scott Cacciola

The Clippers finally got their two stars together, and also an overtime win.

Kawhi Leonard. Paul George. Same Court. Same Time.

By Scott Cacciola

The Clippers finally got their two stars together, and also an overtime win.

When Snakes Had Use for a Pair of Legs

By Becky Ferreira

The fossil discovery in Argentina will help to resolve mysteries over when snakes began their transition to their modern form.

When Snakes Had Use for a Pair of Legs

By Becky Ferreira

The fossil discovery in Argentina will help to resolve mysteries over when snakes began their transition to their modern form.

A Last Dance for Leonard Cohen

By Lindsay Zoladz

The musician and poet released “You Want It Darker” 19 days before his death in 2016. His son, Adam, finished more songs from those sessions for a posthumous album.

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