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NASA conducted the second to last splashdown test for its Orion spacecraft as the agency prepares to send humans to Mars.
by Ben Finley, The Associated Press
8.26.2016
11:28am
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On Friday, the Fed chair said the case for an increase in the central bank's key policy rate "has strengthened in recent months."
by Martin Crutsinger, AP Economics Writer
8.26.2016
11:20am
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Utah's Division of Wildlife Resources is in charge of restocking alpine lakes with fish.
by INSIDER
8.26.2016
11:13am
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A small company has developed a hockey puck-shaped product packed with an artificial attractant crabs and lobsters love.
by Patrick Whittle, The Associated Press
8.26.2016
11:07am
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As Italy grapples with the aftermath of its devastating 6.2 earthquake, tech companies are helping with the rescue effort.
by CNNMoney
8.26.2016
10:56am
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The Japanese electronics company touted a first-of-its-kind system to estimate crowd size and track foot traffic in real time.
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8.26.2016
10:09am
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The world's largest brewer expects to cut about 3 percent of its total workforce once it completes its huge takeover of SABMiller.
by The Associated Press
8.26.2016
10:01am
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This suggestion comes following a dispute that disrupted production in Germany and nearly 28,000 workers.
by The Associated Press
8.26.2016
9:54am
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SpaceX is the only space station shipper capable of returning items for analysis back to Earth, which is why the Dragon is important to NASA.
by Marcia Dunn, AP Aerospace Writer
8.26.2016
9:45am
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The job market is humming, and so are the U.S. financial markets, with major stock indexes near record highs.
by Martin Crustinger, AP Economics Writer
8.26.2016
9:37am
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Prominent retailers are investigating products purportedly made with Egyptian cotton after Target pulled allegedly fake items from its shelves last week.
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8.25.2016
3:04pm
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The service is expected to be fully functional later this year.
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8.25.2016
2:49pm
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The value of the settlement was not disclosed, although Volkswagen said in a statement later that it would include cash payments.
by The Associated Press
8.25.2016
2:30pm
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The latest venture by the e-commerce powerhouse will compete with established players in the field.
by Mae Anderson, AP Tech Writer
8.25.2016
2:23pm
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The latest revolutionary robot isn't what you'd expect: It's squishy, wireless, battery-less and made for pennies by a 3-D printer.
by Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
8.25.2016
2:16pm
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In this episode, mapping the cosmos with robots and controlling your phone with tattoos.
8.25.2016
10:58am
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The government's annual sale of oil and gas leases in the Gulf of Mexico attracted hardly any interest on Wednesday.
by Janet McConnaughey, The Associated Press
8.25.2016
10:55am
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Autonomous taxis could ultimately reduce the number of cars on Singapore's roads from 900,000 to 300,000.
by Annabelle Liang & Dee-Ann Durbin, The Associated Press
8.25.2016
10:46am
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Orders for big-ticket manufactured goods were lifted by the biggest increase in orders in a key investment category since January.
by Martin Crustinger, AP Economics Writer
8.25.2016
10:36am
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This 238-foot ship comes equipped with some serious tech for some serious oceanography.
by WIRED
8.25.2016
10:29am
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Earlier this month, the federal government once again decided against allowing the use of marijuana for medical purposes.
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8.24.2016
3:44pm
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The U.S. Agriculture Department will purchase some $20 million worth of cheese in order to alleviate the largest market surplus in 30 years.
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8.24.2016
3:40pm
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Biloxi plans to join a class-action lawsuit against other companies (besides BP) that were involved in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
by The Associated Press
8.24.2016
3:32pm
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Hot cars are a danger to children, particularly in a sweltering summer like this one.
by Dee-Ann Durbin, AP Auto Writer
8.24.2016
3:26pm
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The second quarter index also showed an increase in recalls in the food and beverage sector.
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8.24.2016
10:30am
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The developer of the world's largest aircraft says it was damaged after a rough landing.
by The Associated Press
8.24.2016
10:21am
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Before now, human eyes hadn’t seen the USS Independence, which fought ferocious battles in the Pacific Theater, for 65 years.
by WIRED
8.24.2016
10:12am
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Ford says the fuel pump control modules can fail and the engines could stall, leaving drivers without the ability to restart them.
by The Associated Press
8.24.2016
10:06am
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The Japan earthquakes struck in mid-April, devastating the area and killing 50 people.
by The Associated Press
8.24.2016
10:03am
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By 2020, e-commerce should comprise 14.6 percent of total retail sales.
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8.23.2016
2:35pm
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The fast food chain is recalling millions of fitness bands because they might cause skin irritation or burns to children.
by The Associated Press
8.23.2016
2:32pm