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Apple to Oppose Controversial 'Religious Freedom' Laws
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law, sparking an outcry from those who say it could be used to discriminate.
Bracing for Power Grid Attack: 'One Is Too Many'
An NBC News-USA Today investigation takes a close look at the threats facing the nation's power supply that could leave millions in the dark.
Round-the-World Solar Plane Takes Slow Trip to China
After a 10-day stopover in Myanmar, the Solar Impulse 2 airplane headed for China on the fifth leg of its unprecedented round-the-world flight.
Russians and NASA Discuss Building a New Space Station
Reports from Russia suggest that Moscow's space officials are talking with their NASA counterparts about building a new space station after 2024.
Drought: 'Bathtub' Ring Grows as Lake Powell Recedes
The man-made lake is at risk of recording its lowest level since its creation.
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Cyberbullying's Got a New Target: Big Companies
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Online bullying has become an increasingly frequent phenomenon—with even big companies now tasting the wrath of angry swarms of web activists.
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Global Icons Go Dark for Earth Hour
Lights went out in cities around the world for Earth Hour to raise awareness of environmental issues.
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Astronauts Move Into Space Station for Yearlong Mission
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly has boarded the International Space Station for a yearlong visit to space and a one-of-a-kind science experiment.
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How the LHC Could Melt Its Way Out of a Glitch
Engineers say melting a piece of metal that fell in the wrong place may resolve a short circuit that has stymied the Large Hadron Collider's restart.
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Tim Cook Blasts Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law
Opponents of the law say it could allow companies to deny services to gay people.
Bionic Animals Mimic Ants, Butterflies and Chameleons
A new menagerie of animal-inspired robotics has been unveiled by the researchers at Festo.
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Google, J&J Team Up to Build Robot Surgeons
Google is teaming up with Johnson & Johnson to build robots that can help surgeons in the operating room
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Mark Kelly: My Twin Brother's Spending a Year in Space
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NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Korienko will spend close to a year at the International Space Station.
Scott Kelly and Crew Lift Off for Yearlong Mission
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko will spend close to a year at the International Space Station. Kelly will set a record for the longest-duration spaceflight for a U.S. astronaut.
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Ancient 4-Eyed Predator Wielded Wicked Toothy Claws
A Cambrian predator with a wicked set of arms under its four-eyed face reveals that early arthropods were experimentalists.
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Scientists Prove Einstein Wrong With 'Spooky' Test
Quantum mechanics is one of the best-tested theories in science.
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Silicon Valley Sexism? Case May Not Provide an Answer
Former Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers junior partner Ellen Pao is seeking tens of millions of dollars in damages from her former employer.
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30 Species Discovered ... in L.A.? Cities Buzz With Life
The concrete sprawl of Los Angeles isn't exactly where you would expect to find 30 new species.
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How Apple CEO Tim Cook Is Giving Away His Fortune
Apple CEO Tim Cook is a wealthy man, with a net worth of $120 million and stock potentially worth hundreds of millions more.
Digital Spring Cleaning: How to Clear Out Your Inbox, Storage Space
Spring isn't just a time for clearing out drawers -- it's also a great time to de-clutter on digital. NBC's Mark Barger and Julianne Pepitone report.
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Crashing Galaxies Shed New Light on Dark Matter Mystery
Dark matter may not be part of a "dark sector" of particles that mirrors regular matter, scientists studying collisions of galaxy clusters say.
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This Find Might Be Biggest Underground City Yet
The mayor of a Turkish provincial capital called Nevsehir says he wants to turn a centuries-old underground city into "the world's largest antique park."
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Monsanto Fined for Not Reporting Toxic Chemical Releases
Monsanto Co. has agreed to pay $600,000 in fines for not reporting hundreds of uncontrolled releases of toxic chemicals at an Idaho phosphate plant.
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New U.N. Investigator to Probe Digital Spying
The United Nations' top human rights body has created a new post to investigate digital spying and violations of online privacy.
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