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Giant balloon to study Comet ISON
Exploring the heavens with spaceships and fancy orbiting telescopes like the Hubble is pretty routine stuff for NASA. But the space agency is going low-tech to get a good look at an eagerly anticipated comet.
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Twitter makes another acquisition
Twitter buys mobile ad exchange MoPub in fourth major purchase so far this year.
The Netherlands: A nation under water
You don't have to know the Netherlands well to be familiar with the story of Hans Brinker, the little Dutch boy who saved a nation from the sea in Mary Mapes Dodge's novel by plugging a leaking dyke with his finger.
Mars rover Curiosity celebrates 1 year on Red Planet
Curiosity has driven 1.6 kilometers since landing on Mars on August 6, 2012.
Verdict doesn't end debate in Trayvon Martin death
People on both sides of the George Zimmerman case vent their frustrations on radio call-in shows and social media after his not-guilty verdict.
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Japan consumer prices fall 0.4%
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Finance Week Ahead: More Earnings, Housing Data, First Pass...
All eyes have been on Boston this past week following the tragic Marathon bombings on Monday. Friday brought a historic lockdown for the city amid a dramatic manhunt. It has been hard for news junkies to focus on much else … Continue reading →
Americans Grow More Pessimistic on Economy
The U.S. economy may be hitting another "spring swoon," the same way it has for the past several years. A slowdown from the economy's already slow rate of growth would not be surprising given the impact of the "sequester" and tax increases that went ...