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Facebook, Instagram Down for Millions of Users Worldwide
Facebook and Instagram suffered an outage Tuesday, affecting users in the United States, Asia, Australia and Europe.
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Wait for It: New Horizons Probe Snaps Pluto Pictures
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is capturing images of Pluto as it closes in for a July flyby, but it will take a while longer to process the pictures.
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Blackbeard's Ship Yields Booty of Medical Supplies
Medical equipment recovered from the shipwreck suggests the notorious pirate had to toil to keep his crew healthy.
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Technique to Unboil Eggs Could Help Cancer Research
Chemists at the University of Irvine have found a way to "unboil" eggs — but they're not using it to make a better breakfast.
Autism Genes Randomly Mutated, Study Finds
A new genetic study shows that even siblings with autism often have very different DNA mutations from one another.
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Facebook's Oculus to Make Virtual Reality Movies
Oculus VR is tapping talent from both Pixar and the video gaming world for its new in-house movie studio.
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Blizzard 2015: 8 Apps to Keep You Safe and Informed
The Northeast is bearing down for what could be a historic storm, with 60 million people under a winter weather alert as of midday Monday.
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On-Off Thirst Switch Found in Mouse Brain
By targeting specific neuron groups, the scientists could make the animals drink even if they weren't thirsty.
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How to Spot That Giant Asteroid, in the Sky and Online
Astronomers say a mountain-sized asteroid known as 2004 BL86 has a rounded shape and a tiny moon. Find out how to see the asteroid Monday night.
SpaceX, Boeing Plan to Take Astronauts to ISS by 2017
Boeing and SpaceX say their plan to take astronauts from American soil to the International Space Station will be cheaper than what Russia charges.
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The Super Bowl, Beer and Cellphones Don't Mix
Seahawks fans are 11 percent more likely to fumble the phone more than Patriots fans.
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Turkish Court Orders Facebook Pages Blocked
The court also threatened to block access to Facebook as a whole, if its order isn't implemented.
'Facebook Lite' App Targets Users in Sudan, Sri Lanka
Facebook has quietly launched a stripped-down version of its mobile app, aimed at emerging market users with low-end mobile devices.
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How the White House Could Protect Itself from Drones
The Secret Service discovered a drone inside the White House grounds early Monday morning after it had landed in a tree.
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'404 - Plane Not Found': Lizard Squad Hacks Malaysia Airlines
he website of Malaysia Airlines was hacked Monday by a group that proclaimed support for ISIS and also vowed to release data stolen from the site.
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That's Cool: Ice Energy Heats up Storage Market
The market for storing wind and solar-generated electricity could become a multibillion-dollar industry in the next decade, analysts say.
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'Racing Extinction' Explores How to Save World's Species
The director of the Oscar-winning film "The Cove" is back with another movie about the damage humanity is doing to the wild animals around us.
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New Bird Flu Found in U.S. Duck
A green-winged teal shot by a hunter in northern Washington state has tested positive for a strain of H5N1 bird flu.
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SpaceX and Air Force Settle Dispute Over Launches
SpaceX says that it's reached a deal with the U.S. Air Force to compete for national security launches — and that it will drop its legal challenge.
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Warming May Lead to Stronger La Nina Events: Study
Global warming may boost the frequency of extreme and devastating La Niña events, a new study released on Monday suggests.
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Mountain-Size Asteroid Will Buzz by Earth Monday
Asteroid 2004 BL86 will come within 745,000 miles of our planet — about three times the distance between Earth and the moon.
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Beautiful Celebrity Portraits Are Made Entirely of Emoji
Texting with smiley faces, balloons and women dancing in dresses can spice up a conversation, but rapper Yung Jake has elevated emoji to an art form.
Sarah Brightman Wields Ax During Space Survival Training
British soprano Sarah Brightman got her hands dirty during a two-day survival training session aimed at preparing her for spaceflight.
Mystery of East Antarctica Crater May Be Solved
A mysterious crater discovered in East Antarctica likely formed beneath a leaky meltwater lake, rather than because of a meteorite impact.
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