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Scientists Hope to Clean Space Junk

Scientists Hope to Clean Space Junk

Space scientists say the satellites and other spacecraft orbiting the Earth, including the International Space Station, are in increasing danger...

India, France Call for Affordable Solar Technology to Address Climate Change

India, France Call for Affordable Solar Technology to Address Climate Change

French President Emmanuel Macron pledged over $850 million for solar projects in emerging economies, as both India and France called...

Economic Problems Prompt Iran to Cautiously Consider Change

Economic Problems Prompt Iran to Cautiously Consider Change

Labor strikes. Nationwide protests. Bank failures. In recent months, Iran has been beset by economic problems despite the promises surrounding...

Test for Carbon Monoxide in the Body Could Help Diagnose Disease

Test for Carbon Monoxide in the Body Could Help Diagnose Disease

A quick and reliable way of detecting carbon monoxide gas in the bloodstream could act as an early warning system...

The Rising Problem of Old Batteries

The Rising Problem of Old Batteries

Technology increasingly relies on rechargeable batteries as a source of energy. Today’s batteries are better and last longer, but when...

China: ‘No Winners in a Trade War’

China: ‘No Winners in a Trade War’

China said Sunday it does not intend to ignite a trade war with the U.S. because the move would be...

Trade Representatives From US, EU, Japan Discuss New Metal Tariffs

Trade Representatives From US, EU, Japan Discuss New Metal Tariffs

Trade representatives for Japan and the European Union met with the U.S. trade representative Saturday in an effort to avoid...

Facebook Exclusive Deal: Streaming 25 MLB Games

Facebook Exclusive Deal: Streaming 25 MLB Games

Facebook is getting deeper into the professional sports streaming game, partnering with Major League Baseball to air 25 weekday afternoon...

Scientists Try to Crack Dolphins’ Language

Scientists Try to Crack Dolphins’ Language

Researchers in Sweden have embarked on a four-year project whose aim is to understand one of the most complex animal...

US Tariffs Spark Fears of Trade Conflict in Asia

US Tariffs Spark Fears of Trade Conflict in Asia

Several Asian nations that are major trading partners with the U.S. reacted strongly Friday to a U.S. decision to impose...

China Gears Up to Retaliate Against US Tariffs

China Gears Up to Retaliate Against US Tariffs

China is gearing up to retaliate in response to stiff U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum as Chinese industry associations...

Students Learn Real Skills, Earn Simulated Profits

Students Learn Real Skills, Earn Simulated Profits

Young people around the United States are creating virtual businesses that produce simulated products, which are marketed and sold for...

Hiring Surge Added 313,000 Jobs in February, Most Since July 2016

Hiring Surge Added 313,000 Jobs in February, Most Since July 2016

U.S. employers went on a hiring binge in February, adding 313,000 jobs, the most in any month since July 2016,...

Watchdog: Western Tech Used for Hacking in Turkey, Syria

Watchdog: Western Tech Used for Hacking in Turkey, Syria

A Canadian company’s hardware is being used to hack internet users along Turkey’s border with Syria, researchers said Friday, adding...

Students Learn Real Skills By Creating Virtual Businesses

Students Learn Real Skills By Creating Virtual Businesses

Students around the United States are creating virtual businesses that produce simulated products, which are marketed and sold for virtual...