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521 Days: Astronaut Breaks NASA Record For Time Spent In SpaceAstronaut Jeffrey Williams has a new record for NASA under his space belt.
Fired Hewlett-Packard Employees Sue For Age-DiscriminationA lawsuit filed in court accuses Silicon Valley high tech giant Hewlett-Packard of purging its older employees "to make the company younger."
Scientists Discover Earth-Like Planet Orbiting Star Next DoorA planet that is rocky like Earth and only slightly bigger has been discovered orbiting Proxima Centauri , the nearest star to our solar system.
Hillary Clinton Goes On Fundraising Swing Through Silicon ValleyDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton continues a fundraising swing through the Bay Area on Wednesday.
Social Security Rolls Back Website Security Measures After Users ComplainThe Social Security Administration has rolled back extra security measures on the agency's website after getting complaints from people who had trouble accessing their accounts.
Tesla Lays Claim To World's Fastest Production CarTesla Motors says a new version of the Model S electric car is the quickest production car in the world from zero to 60 miles per hour.
Dissolving Batteries To Power Swallowable Medical Devices Of The FutureSomeday soon, you may be able to swallow a non-toxic, battery-powered device for diagnosing and treating diseases.
Rumor Apple Will Get Behind The Curve With Next Year's iPhone 7 DisplayRumor has it that Apple will be following in Samsung's footsteps when it releases its next generation of iPhones.
Tesla Claims Model S Version Now Fastest Production Car In The World From 0-60Tesla Motors says a version of the Model S electric car is now the quickest production car in the world from zero to 60 miles per hour.
Uber Bets On Big-Rigs As Companies Race Toward Self-Driving FutureThe on-demand car pioneer recently bought a company that’s designing autonomous big rigs and it’ll soon be testing self-driving passenger cars in the race among transportation rivals.
Rape Victims, Mentally Ill Exposed As WikiLeaks Spills SecretsWikiLeaks' global crusade to expose government secrets is causing collateral damage to the privacy of hundreds of innocent people, including survivors of sexual abuse, sick children and the mentally ill, The Associated Press has found.
California Gets Closer To Legalizing Ballot Pics, Voting-Booth SelfiesCalifornia lawmakers have passed a bill to repeal a 125-year-old law barring voters from showing people their marked ballots, though it would take effect after the November election.

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