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Americans Have Spent Enough Money On A Broken Plane To Buy...

Just days before its international debut at an airshow in the United Kingdom, the entire fleet of the Pentagon’s next generation fighter plane — known as...

Why Do Poor People ‘Waste’ Money On Luxury Goods? – Talking...

We hates us some poor people. First, they insist on being poor when it is so easy to not be poor. They do things...

Republican Health Proposal Would Redirect Money From Poor to Rich

Republicans in Congress have been saying for months that they are working on a plan to repeal and replace Obamacare in the Trump era....

‘ARK: Survival Evolved’ And ‘Minecraft’ Mashup ‘PixARK’ Coming To Xbox One,...

What happens when you cross ARK: Survival Evolved with the blocky-style of Minecraft? Studio Wildcard and Snail Games revealedPixARK Thursday to answer that question...

Wildlife cams are part science and part silliness

This 2013 photo from a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service motion-activated camera shows a bighorn sheep at the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge in Arizona....

Lenovo Fixes Hardcoded Password Flaw Impacting ThinkPad Fingerprint Scanners

Lenovo Fixes Hardcoded Password Flaw Impacting ThinkPad Fingerprint Scanners PC maker Lenovo issued a fix for a hardcoded password flaw impacting ThinkPad, ThinkCentre and ThinkStation...

NASA is Testing a Plane That Unfolds Wings in Mid-Flight

NASA is testing fold-able wing designs and materials for use in commercial airliners, that’ll give pilots better control over the planes they’re piloting. Developed...

In hunt for alien life, oxygen isn’t the only possible sign

Future telescopes such as NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (right) will observe atmospheres of exoplanets for signs of life. Oxygen/ozone reveal life on the...

Three Identical Strangers: Triplets separated at birth for science experiment

In 1980, three young men from New York discovered they were long-lost triplets, separated at birth and raised by adoptive parents who had no...

GOLD space weather instrument launches

NASA’s Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) instrument, built by CU Boulder, launched today from Kourou, French Guiana aboard SES-14, a commercial communications satellite built...