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Social media influencers may sway kids to eat more junk

Social media influencers may sway kids to eat more junk

"This is the modern-day version of using popular cartoon characters to sell sugary breakfast cereals or juice boxes"
"Brotopia" author on slow progress for women in tech

"Brotopia" author on slow progress for women in tech

Emily Chang, author of "Brotopia: Breaking up the Boys' Club of Silicon Valley," says the disparity is causing bias to be built into products
"Brotopia": Emily Chang on how employee activism is changing tech company policies

"Brotopia": Emily Chang on how employee activism is changing tech company policies

Females hold a quarter of tech company jobs, and the number of women who major in computer science has declined in recent years. Women in leadership positions are still in the minority among major
Nuclear blasts, preserved on film

Nuclear blasts, preserved on film

Beginning in 1945, and until atmospheric nuclear testing was banned, the United States conducted 210 above-ground nuclear tests, documented on film. Now, footage that has survived, now being preserved
SpaceX craft pulls off flawless docking with space station

SpaceX craft pulls off flawless docking with space station

SpaceX moves a step closer to launching astronauts on its Crew Dragon spacecraft
SpaceX rocket successfully launches historic test flight

SpaceX rocket successfully launches historic test flight

A SpaceX rocket successfully launched on a test flight that is now streaking toward the International Space Station. It's a trial run of a commercially developed crew capsule. Mark Strassmann reports.
Scientists prove bees can do math

Scientists prove bees can do math

A new study finds that honeybees can perform basic arithmetic – adding or subtracting – triggered by color cues
What to expect from the 5G revolution

What to expect from the 5G revolution

The future of the smartphone has been on display in Barcelona, Spain this week. MWC Barcelona, or the Mobile World Congress, is the biggest smartphone event on the planet. This year, it's been
SpaceX capsule for astronauts blasts off toward space station

SpaceX capsule for astronauts blasts off toward space station

SpaceX launches unpiloted crew ship on historic test flight
Facebook sues over sales of fake accounts, likes and followers

Facebook sues over sales of fake accounts, likes and followers

The lawsuit was filed against three people and four companies based in China
SpaceX to launch test flight for NASA

SpaceX to launch test flight for NASA

America's space program is counting down to an overnight launch in Florida. It's a test flight for a privately developed spacecraft that will get the U.S. back in the business of launching astronauts.
SpaceX Crew Dragon launch: How to watch and what to know

SpaceX Crew Dragon launch: How to watch and what to know

The first privately developed spacecraft designed to ferry U.S. astronauts into orbit aims to blastoff on an unpiloted test flight early Saturday
Rare sea creature washes ashore in Southern California

Rare sea creature washes ashore in Southern California

A 7-foot sea creature that washed ashore in Southern California has been identified as a hoodwinker sunfish, a recently identified rare species thought to live in the Southern Hemisphere
Former teacher sentenced to 3 years in "celebgate" hacking case

Former teacher sentenced to 3 years in "celebgate" hacking case

Actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Mary Elizabeth Winstead are among the celebrities who've said they were victims
Giant spider eats opossum in Amazon rainforest

Giant spider eats opossum in Amazon rainforest

This "dinner plate"-sized tarantula dragged away an opossum for supper — the first time it's ever been caught on camera
Lyft files for $100 million IPO

Lyft files for $100 million IPO

Company has never been profitable and lost $911 million on $2.2 billion in revenue last year -- Wall St. can't wait to sell it
Expert on new YouTube video policy and "Momo challenge" fears

Expert on new YouTube video policy and "Momo challenge" fears

The change comes after reports that predators were allegedly using the comment section to share timestamps of when children were in compromising positions
Translation site gives anti-Semitic, racist explanations of words

Translation site gives anti-Semitic, racist explanations of words

French-based translation service criticized for anti-Semitic, racist and sexist explanations of words