Photo Of Barefoot Space Invader On SFO-Bound Flight Goes ViralA woman's humorous photo showing a major violation of airplane etiquette has gone viral.
Interior Dept. Pulls Glacier Park Chief From Zuckerberg's TourAn official for Pres. Trump's Interior Department says the climate debate did not factor into the decision and that "every tax dollar matters."
Travelers Flying Into U.S. Face Stricter Screening Of Laptops, ElectronicsTravelers flying into the United States from nearly 300 international airports are now subject to stepped-up security measures.
Musk Claims 'Verbal' Government Approval For Hyperloop TunnelsBillionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk says he has "verbal government approval" to build a tunnel for high-speed transportation from New York to Washington that could break ground by the end of this year.
Apollo 11 Bag Laced With Moon Dust Sells For $1.8 MillionA bag containing traces of moon dust sold for $1.8 million at an auction on Thursday following a galactic court battle.
Facebook Blames Glitch For Shutdown Of Catholic PagesFacebook is blaming a technical glitch for knocking several Catholic-focused Facebook pages with millions of followers offline for more than a day.
'Despacito' Sets Record For Most Streamed Song of All-TimeOn Tuesday, the song by Puerto Rican artists Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and accompanying remix w/ Justin Bieber had surpassed the previous record holder - Bieber's 2015 "Sorry"
Steel Worker Falls At Construction Site Of New Facebook BuildingA steel worker was injured Tuesday morning after falling at the construction site of a new Facebook building in Menlo Park.
Auto Interiors Firm Reinventing Space Inside Autonomous VehiclesA world leader in automobile interiors is planning for the day when sitting inside a car will involve many activities besides driving.
First Half Of 2017 Ranks 2nd Hottest Globally Behind 2016Record warmth was measured in much of Mexico, western Europe, eastern Russia, eastern Africa and eastern China. The U.S. had its second warmest start.
Ed Sheeran Returns To Twitter After a Quick DisappearanceAnd he's back! It seems that Ed Sheeran's way to "unfriend the unfriendlies" seem to have worked.
Judge: Feds Asked Google For Too Much Data In Gender Bias CaseAn administrative law judge has ruled that Labor Department officials investigating gender pay bias had asked Google for data in a way that's too broad and intrusive on employee privacy.

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