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Elon Musk Wants to Begin Launching SpaceX's 4000 Internet Satellites in 2019

Elon Musk Wants to Begin Launching SpaceX's 4000 Internet Satellites in 2019

Musk, meanwhile, recently sat down with TED head curator Chris Anderson to talk Boring, Gigafactory, Hyperloop, SpaceX, and Tesla, suggesting that we're only two years away from completely autonomou...

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French nationals cast their ballot in Quebec a day before presidential showdown

In a statement, Macron's En Marche movement said the hack took place a few weeks ago, and that the leaked documents have been mixed with false documents to "seed doubt and disinformation" and destabil...

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Rutherford, DeSantis vote for health care overhaul

Republicans passed the American Health Care Act with one vote to spare, following a dramatic series of negotiations that exposed deep fissures between the party's moderate and conservative wings over ...

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Trump thinks Australia 'has better health care' than the US. He's 'right.'

Let's take a look at the Australian health care system", Sanders said . Huckabee Sanders said Trump's remarks do not mean he thinks the United States should adopt a similar system. Trump told re...

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NFL Draft: Who were the winners and losers of Round 1?

The skill position players dominated the first half of the draft. This is least of the bad moves from teams who moved up since the Texans were able to draft Deshaun Watson. Ross adds instant juice to ...

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85-year-old dies during bid to become oldest Everest climber

85-year-old dies during bid to become oldest Everest climber

A view of Mount Everest from Nepal's Sagarmatha zone. Nepal does not allow climbers below 16 to go to Everest but has fixed no upper age limit. "Our discussions around base camp are often focused on...

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Galaxy S8's iris scanner may soon be used for financial transactions

If Samsung sticks to its regular naming convention, the "S" on the end will probably mean that this is a model, intended for South Korea. Hopefully, we'll have more details on what's going on at Samsu...

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7 insane, car-flipping wrecks from Talladega Superspeedway races

7 insane, car-flipping wrecks from Talladega Superspeedway races

Points leader Elliott Sadler looks to defend his win past year at the 2.66-mile speedway and he'll have to fend off seven full-time Cup drivers who are pulling double duty this weekend. I want Jun...

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Trump urges future government shutdown, easier passage of laws

Trump urges future government shutdown, easier passage of laws

He's touting a "massive and badly needed" increase in military funding as well as additional money for border security. Trump boasted that "this is what winning looks like". That contradicted Tru...

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How the GOP health bill would impact Americans on Medicaid

He explained that there are more moderate Republicans like Louisiana's Bill Cassidy and Maine's Susan Collins, and then, on the other side, there are senators like Arkansas' Tom Cotton and Kentucky'...

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What The House's Repeal of Obamacare Means, And What's Next For Trumpcare

What The House's Repeal of Obamacare Means, And What's Next For Trumpcare

However, the bill would keep in place a key provision of Obamacare allowing younger Americans to stay on their parents' health plans until age 26. The proposals could, however, exclude 24 million pe...

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Health care bill meets GOP skeptics in Senate

Health care bill meets GOP skeptics in Senate

Meanwhile, Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand said that Trump's healthcare bill that passed today on a party-line vote "is atrocious and must be defeated" in the Senate. "It's going to be an unbe...

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Facebook to hire 3000 more workers to monitor content

In the post , Zuckerberg confirms Facebook will add 3,000 people to the community operations team, which now employs 4,500. The reviewers will help the company " get better at removing things" t...

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SpaceX launches top-secret spy satellite for United States military

Following the launch, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted: "Launch and landing of the NRO spy satellite was good". About 10 minutes after launch, the scorched first stage of the rocket came back to E...

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Lumentum (US:LITE) target price raised to $48.00, reported today by Barclays

Lumentum (US:LITE) target price raised to $48.00, reported today by Barclays

The number of shares now held by investors is 60.96 Million. The bumped up target suggests a potential upside of 0.02% from the company's last stock close price. If you are accessing this article on a...

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Comey reveals few details about state of Russian Federation inquiry

Republicans attacked him for allegedly going easy on Hillary Clinton in the course of the FBI's investigation into Clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, and for gov...

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SpaceX launches military satellite, successfully lands Falcon 9 rocket

Hawthorne-based SpaceX launched a top-secret spy satellite for the US government early Monday and then successfully landed the booster for expected reuse. After splitting from its payload, the roc...

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SpaceX launches United States spy satellite into orbit, then lands rocket booster safely

The mission was SpaceX's first for the Department of Defense, a customer Musk has been trying to do business with for a while now. The Falcon 9 , according to the paper, will send one of its laun...

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US House passes bill to repeal Obamacare

Yes, deductibles will be coming down. "The Republicans are very united", Trump said during a meeting with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull aboard the USS Intrepid. They also said last-m...

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Trump signs $1 trillion spending bill, keeps government open

The bill cleared both houses of Congress this week, and Trump signed it into law from his golf club in central New Jersey, well ahead of a midnight Friday deadline for some government operations to be...

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Trump signs executive order to promote religious liberty

Trump signs executive order to promote religious liberty

This executive order directs the Internal Revenue Service not to unfairly target churches and religious organisations for political speech. The Johnson Amendment was made law in 1954, and it ess...

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Feds Probe Uber's Use of Fake App to Stymie City Inspectors

Feds Probe Uber's Use of Fake App to Stymie City Inspectors

Uber had used Greyball software to intentionally evade the agency's officers from December 5 to December 19, 2014 and deny 29 separate ride requests by its enforcement officers, according to th...

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Cities across the nation took part in March for Science

That will totally get people fired up about showing their government how much they care about science! "They knew that without the progress of science and useful arts, of engineering, our economy wo...

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A new type of deal to reduce violence in Syria

A new type of deal to reduce violence in Syria

Russia's special envoy to Syria Aleksandr Lavrentiev said the USA led worldwide coalition against ISIS would only be allowed to strike ISIS's capital along with "some populated areas in the area of t...

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Trump signs order to expand offshore oil, gas drilling

Reversing what President Barack Obama did to protect federal waters only four months ago, President Donald Trump on Friday signed an executive order to expand offshore drilling in the Arctic and t...

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Clinton blames Federal Bureau of Investigation chief, Russian Federation for 2016 loss

Clinton blames Federal Bureau of Investigation chief, Russian Federation for 2016 loss

As Katie wrote, FBI Director Comey said that he wouldn't change his decision on informing Congress about the batch of emails found on Anthony Weiner's laptop, which was shared by top Clinton aide ...

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Bengals owner acknowledges drafting Joe Mixon was a risk

Bengals owner acknowledges drafting Joe Mixon was a risk

Still, ESPN's Adam Schefter said during their draft broadcast that he'd heard as few as four National Football League teams considered drafting Mixon. Mike Brown getting out in front of it at least c...

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Scientists take to the streets in Washington

Scientists take to the streets in Washington

Administration in over 30 years". The March for Science is a global movement to defend science and its role in health, the economy and government. On this Earth Day, scientists at rallies around t...

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SpaceX delays launch of secretive satellite for U.S. Intelligence agency

SpaceX lead mechanical design engineer John Federspiel, who hosted the company's webcast, said the SpaceX team made a decision to halt the launch "out of an abundance of caution" after noticing a...

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Everything you need to know about Windows 10 S

Everything you need to know about Windows 10 S

However, a new report from CNBC suggests Microsoft is taking aim at Apple's MacBook with this new laptop. Microsoft introduced a new Surface device and it is a laptop! The OS will ship with no...

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March for Science goes to tech central: Silicon Valley

Christine McEntee, executive director of the American Geophysical Union, a global professional organization of earth and space scientists, cited concerns by scientists and threats to research as a res...

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Trump wants to send men to Mars

She called the space station "a key bridge" between living on Earth and travelling into deep space, and singled out the station's recycling system that transforms astronauts' urine into drinking water...

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BCCI adamant on sending legal notice to ICC

BCCI adamant on sending legal notice to ICC

Former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi too is eagerly waiting for the contest between arch-rivals in the upcoming Champions Trophy 2017 . In 2002, India shared the Champions Trophy with hosts Sri La...

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Escaped prisoners returned to overcrowded Indonesia jail

Escaped prisoners returned to overcrowded Indonesia jail

Other prisoners who did not escape, refused to return to their cells without a head guard. Indonesian security forces have rounded up most of the inmates who escaped during a mass breakout from an o...

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Surface Laptop: The 5 things you really need to know

Check out everything we know about the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 at the link below. What's even more interesting is the fact that Panay's presence has always been associated with the Surface line ...

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