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Russian Craft Sends New Crew Members to Space Station
A Russian Soyuz craft is sending astronauts from the United States, Russia and Italy on a quick trip to the International Space Station.
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As Cyberthreats Increase, Big Money Chases Solutions
The year since hackers broke into Target and accessed millions of credit and debit card numbers has been a brutal one for cyberattacks.
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Greek Archaeologists Open New Chapter at Ancient Tomb
Scientists have opened the second phase of their excavation of a vast burial mound in Amphipolis, searching for more tombs and remains.
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Experts Decipher Ancient Egyptian Book of Spells
Australian researchers have deciphered an ancient Egyptian handbook, revealing a series of invocations and spells.
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European Parliament May Propose Breaking Up Google
European lawmakers leery of Google's inescapable presence in nearly all of the Internet's workings may propose to break up the company.
Apple $450 Million Ebook Settlement Gets Final Court OK
A federal judge in New York approved approved what she called a "highly unusual" accord.
Secrets of the Hidden Internet Explained
The web, as we know it, is just the tip of the iceberg. Buried below the surface you can find secrets, and some unsavory behavior.
Why Global Warming Could Make That Sap on Your Car Worse
It's one possible effect of a warmer world: Some species do better at others — and the beneficiaries might be real pests.
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Worm That Lived in Man's Brain Has Genome Mapped
Researchers have sequenced the genome of a rare worm after removing it from a man's head — where it had been living for at least four years.
Spaceport America in Jeopardy Following Virgin Galactic Crash
New Mexico's Spaceport America project is struggling for money and survival in the aftermath of the Virgin Galactic rocket crash. Stuart Dyson reports.
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Inside Alibaba Founder Jack Ma's Former Home
In 1999 Jack Ma was living in a small apartment with his wife in Hangzhou, China, when he came up with the idea for Alibaba.
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#MuseumofSelfies Trend Has Famous Artwork Taking Selfies
Recently, social media has been flooded with selfies from older people — like, hundreds of years old.
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Taylor Swift Doubles YouTube Views After Shaking Off Spotify
Views of Taylor Swift's YouTube videos doubled in the week after her team pulled her entire catalog off the music-streaming service.
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Most Wanted: Interpol Targets 9 in Environmental Crimes
Have you seen a man who loaded live giraffes into a Tanzanian military plane for delivery to Qatar? If so Interpol would like to speak with you.
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Explorers Descend Into Mysterious Siberian Crater
Explorers descended into the depths of a newly-formed crater first discovered over the summer.
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What's Selling Better: iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus?
Apple's first phablet, the iPhone 6 Plus, has been well received by consumers, but its smaller-screened cousin is far outperforming in terms of sales.
'Star-Gazing' Shrimp Discovered in South Africa
A shrimp equipped with large, candy-striped eyes to ward off predators has been discovered in South African waters, the University of Cape Town said.
Gifts for the Wine, Beer, or Coffee Snob in Your Life
Pick a beverage, and you probably know somebody who's very, very serious about it, graduating from aficionado to, let's face it, snob.
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China Could Hack U.S. Infrastructure: NSA Chief
Admiral Mike Rogers said attackers have been able to penetrate such systems and perform "reconnaissance" missions to determine how the systems work.
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Tired of Doing Laundry? Robot Comes to the Rescue
This semi-humanoid robot is very near being capable of doing the laundry from start to finish - your dream of a "Jetsons" lifestyle draws near!
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Scientists Unlock Secrets of an Alien Magnetic Field
The strength of an alien world's magnetic field may have been deduced for the first time by analyzing the winds of stellar particles slamming into it.
Fossils Point to Common Ancestor of Horses and Rhinos
Researchers have found fossil evidence suggesting that the most recent common ancestor of modern-day horses, rhinos and tapirs arose in India.
Warmest Year Ever? Three More Records Fall in 2014
Even if it's freezing in your personal universe, Earth as a whole just broke three "warmest" records and 2014 is likely to be the toastiest on record.
Google Contributor Lets You Pay to Hide Ads
If you hate ads but feel a bit guilty for blocking them and denying some sites their main source of revenue, Google now offers a middle road.
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