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Elon Musk's SpaceX wants to deliver high-speed internet to the world using thousands of small satellites -- and this week that plan is moving closer to reality. [Read More]
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David Gergen, a longtime presidential adviser, warned that distrust and discord among the American public threatens our democracy. [Read More]
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SpaceX sent Elon Musk's roadster into deep space this week. Now, astronomers are tracking it just like a comet or asteroid. [Read More]
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The Trump administration released its budget proposal Monday, and it recommends ending U.S. government funding of the International Space Station by 2025. [Read More]
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​Under the Trump administration's budget proposal, NASA would stop paying for the International Space Station by 2025.​... [Read More]
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More than a decade after Purdue Pharma was first criticized by the federal government for its "aggressive" marketing of the addictive painkiller OxyContin, the company says it will stop promoting the opioid to doctors. [Read More]
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Schneiderman said a four-month investigation found "vicious and exploitative mistreatment of company employees." [Read More]
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More than a decade after Purdue Pharma was first criticized by the federal government for its "aggressive" marketing of the addictive painkiller OxyContin, the company says it will stop promoting the... [Read More]
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The company has cut its sales force in half to 200 representatives and will turn its focus to marketing non-opioid drugs. [Read More]
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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein and his former company, citing "egregious" violations of state civil and human rights laws. [Read More]
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A Democratic congressman says journalists need a federal law to protect them from violence. [Read More]
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Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell of California introduced the Journalist Protection Act last week. [Read More]
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Astronomers aim to keep tabs on everything up in the night sky. A NASA database includes our solar system's eight planets and their moons, more than 755,000 asteroids, 3,500 comets -- and, as of this... [Read More]
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Issues with airplane engines built by Pratt & Whitney could leave some Airbus planes grounded. [Read More]
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There were plenty of spectacular moments during the maiden launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket on Tuesday. [Read More]
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What to do after you've built and launched the world's most powerful rocket? [Read More]
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Elon Musk has no plans of slowing down. Next on SpaceX's checklist: Crew Dragon and BFR. [Read More]
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A launch window for SpaceX's Falcon Heavy opens Tuesday at 1:30 pm ET. [Read More]
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SpaceX's Falcon Heavy took flight Tuesday, and everything appears to be going seamlessly. [Read More]
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SpaceX's Falcon Heavy took flight Tuesday and everything appears to have gone seamlessly. Around 3:45 pm ET, the world's most powerful rocket took off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. About two and a half minutes after launch, the two side boosters on the rocket detached and headed back to Earth. Thousands of onlookers could be heard cheering through SpaceX's live stream. The rocket is built by SpaceX, the game-changing company helmed by billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk. [Read More]
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