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Military Tests Unmanned Ship Designed for Seafaring Missions

By Julie Watson | May 4
The military is starting tests on the world's largest unmanned surface vessel - a self-driving, 132-foot ship designed to travel thousands of miles out at sea without a single crew member on board.

Physicists Abuzz About Possible New Particle as CERN Revs Up

By Jamey Keaten and Frank Jordans | May 3
Scientists around the globe are revved up with excitement as the world's biggest atom smasher starts whirring again to churn out data that may confirm cautious hints of an entirely new particle.

Seeking A High-Tech Solution to Make Firearms Safer

By Lisa Marie Pane | May 3
Jonathan Mossberg is among a small number of pioneers looking to build a safer gun. But unlike many others, he was in the gun business when he started down that path.

Greenhouse in Chicago's South Side Elevates Farming

May 3
In their glory days, the famed Pullman rail cars were made on Chicago's South Side, but when the factory closed, the neighborhood declined.

Mystery Solved? Australian Says He's Bitcoin Founder

By Gregory Katz | May 2
An Australian man long rumored to be associated with the digital currency Bitcoin has publicly identified himself as its creator, a claim that would end one of the biggest mysteries in the tech world.

Russia's Nuclear Nightmare Flows Down Radioactive River

By Katherine Jacobsen | May 2
At first glance, Gilani Dambaev looks like a healthy 60-year-old man and the river flowing past his rural family home appears pristine. But Dambaev is riddled with radiation-linked diseases.

Three Apps You Can Hookup On and Didn't Know It

By Chris Ayla | May 1
The list of hookup apps is spreading worse than the Macarena craze. But I've noticed a trend in these new up-and-cumming (pun intended) apps where it's becoming more difficult to just do... a... simple... hookup.

Review: Kindle Oasis Aims at Avid Readers, Pricey for Others

By Mae Anderson | May 1
The Kindle Oasis is Amazon's sleekest, lightest e-book reader yet - and at $290, unnecessary unless you're a die-hard reader.

Gov't Launches New Website for Student Loan Borrowers

By Kevin Freking | May 1
The Department of Education has launched a new website to help people with student loans find a repayment option that best suits their needs.

#morethanmean :: Female Sports Reporters Discuss Abusive Tweets, Harassment

May 1
ESPNW's Sarah Spain was tired of abusive online attacks by men towards female reporters so she helped create a PSA where men read mean tweets targeting women.

Social Media Fumble Affects Tunsil's NFL Stock

By David Brandt | Apr 30
Laremy Tunsil tumbled down the NFL draft board Thursday night after a bizarre video of him was posted on his Twitter account minutes before the start of the proceedings, potentially costing the offensive lineman millions of dollars.

In Internet Age, Pirate Radio Arises As Surprising Challenge

By Ben Finley | Apr 30
In the age of podcasts and streaming services, you might think pirate radio is low on the list of concerns of federal lawmakers and broadcasters. You'd be wrong.

JACI Study Finds Allergen Immunotherapy Safe, Despite Proposed Regulations

By EDGE | Apr 29
A new study reveals that current allergen immunotherapy is generally very safe.

Japan Abandons Costly X-ray Satellite Lost in Space

Apr 29
Japan's space agency has abandoned its efforts to restore the operations of a multimillion-dollar satellite that was to probe the mysteries of black holes using X-ray telescopes.

Fraud Probe in Polygamous Town Aided by Surveillance Video

By Brady McCombs | Apr 29
Investigators took aerial videos and installed surveillance cameras at a polygamous town's general store to gather evidence in a multimillion-dollar food stamp fraud case, prosecutors revealed Wednesday.

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