Economy

Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic Reaches Space

In 2008, Virgin Galactic first promised sub-orbital spaceflight trips for tourists would be taking place "within 18 months". S...

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China to revise 'Made in China 2025' tech plan, WSJ reports

Shares in auto companies, including BMW, rose on the reports. The U.S. Department of Agriculture in July had authorized up to $...

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Congress passes farm bill; what that could mean for Kentucky farmers

Gregg Harper, R-Mississippi, the chairman of the House Administration Committee, told ABC News. It took months of negotiations, ...

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Arts&Culture

The transgender Miss Universe contestant got a standing ovation

Even though she couldn't make it to top 20, her historic walk made everyone emotional. But backstage there was drama when co-hos...

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Kanye West slams Drake in new rant

Kanye took to Twitter on Thursday (December 13) after seemingly being triggered by Drake's request to sample one of his track...

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Google: The Year in Search 2018

The Duchess of Sussex, Khloe Kardashian and GDPR were among the most searched topics in the United Kingdom this year, accordi...

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Tech

Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 might feature whopping price tag of over $1700

The phone also features three cameras and a relatively sizeable battery, but the phone's main feature is that unique display with ...

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Roger the ripped kangaroo dies after 'lovely long life'

In 2015, the muscular marsupial impressed many people online after a video clip of him crushing a metal bucket with his bare paws ...

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As another Google+ API bug surfaces, Google expedites impending shutdown

Now, Google's revealed that it's moving that date up to April 2019 thanks to, you guessed it, another data leak . With this new...

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Sci-tech

Spacewalk cosmonauts investigate mystery hole

The Russians needed to cut away the outer layers of the capsule in order to find the hole. The extravehicular activity (EVA) w...

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'Flurry of shooting stars' to light up the sky

The slow-moving showers are usually seen around December every year but they peak around December 13-14 with the maximum intensity...

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China launched a mission to the dark side of the moon

China's Chang'e-4 lunar lander and rover mission is making its way to the Moon following launch from the Xichang Satellite Laun...

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Sports

Highlights: Canelo Alvarez Defeats Rocky Fielding Via Body Shot In Round 3

Alvarez piled on the pressure, with his left hand to the head and body doing the damage. Here's the slow-motion replay. "I dar...

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Dwyane Wade: I gave whatever I had to the game

The duo are close friends and went head-to-head for the 31 and final time on Monday night, when the Miami Heat travelled to Los ...

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All Blacks coach Steve Hansen to quit after World Cup

Robertson's contract expires after the 2019 season and he has made it clear he would find it hard to say no if offered the chance ...

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Global

Trump's son-in-law Kushner possible next chief of staff: United States media

But I am still voting for him. President Donald Trump (L) speaks with Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) on October 26, 2017 in the ...

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Former FBI Director James Comey says House Republicans are ‘shameful’ after interview

The hours-long Capitol Hill grilling comes amid turbulence at the White House, and mounting intrigue over Special Counsel Robert ...

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One at a time, please! Trump inauguration committee reportedly under criminal investigation

The criminal probe is also looking into whether some of the committee's top spenders traded money for access to the incoming Trump...

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Medicine

RIP Obamacare? Federal judge strikes down Affordable Care Act as ‘unconstitutional’

The ruling came just a little more than a day before the open enrollment period was set to end. About 11.8 million consumers n...

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National Influenza Vaccination Week: Monmouth County encourages residents to get their vaccines

In the United States, an estimated 675,000 people died from the 1918 influenza pandemic. Her husband could not remember whether or...

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AtlantiCare Officials Educate Community at World AIDS Day Event

Men were much more likely to accept a test than women. A tree-lighting ceremony outside the Bloomington Hy-Vee Friday evening ma...

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