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CANADA BANS CHINA'S HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES FROM 5G NETWORKS
Wireless carriers in Canada won’t be allowed to install Huawei equipment in their high-speed 5G networks, the Canadian government said, joining allies in banning the giant Chinese technology company.
HYUNDAI ANNOUNCES $5.5B ELECTRIC VEHICLE PLANT IN GEORGIA
Hyundai Motor Group confirmed the company will spend $5.5 billion on a huge electric vehicle plant near Savannah that will employ thousands — a deal Georgia’s governor called the largest economic development project in the state’s history.
TWITTER TO PAY $150M PENALTY OVER PRIVACY OF USERS' DATA
Twitter will pay a $150 million penalty and put in new safeguards to settle federal regulators’ allegations that the social platform failed to protect the privacy of users’ data over a six-year span.
‘Twitter Philanthropy' Reveals Chasms in Social Safety Net
Single father Billy Price was already struggling to make ends meet before someone broke into his Michigan storage unit, stole his identity and ruined his credit.
Argo Touts Driverless Operations in Miami and Austin, Texas
An autonomous vehicle technology company that partners with Ford and Volkswagen says it has started driverless operations in two of eight cities where it is developing its technology.
A Bear Market May Be on the Horizon. Here's What That Means
Investors on Wall Street need a place to hide.
PARK OUTDOORS: FORD RECALLS SUVS DUE TO ENGINE FIRE RISK
Ford is asking the owners of 350,000 vehicles in to take them to dealers for repairs in three recalls, including about 39,000 that should be parked outdoors because the engines can catch fire.
DUSTY DEMISE FOR NASA MARS LANDER IN JULY; POWER DWINDLING
A NASA spacecraft on Mars is headed for a dusty demise.
GOOGLE'S RUSSIAN BUSINESS PLANS TO FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY
Google says its Russian subsidiary is planning to file for bankruptcy because it can’t pay staff and suppliers.
NY AGENCY FILES DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINT AGAINST AMAZON
A state agency in New York has filed an administrative complaint against Amazon, alleging the e-commerce giant discriminated against pregnant and disabled workers by denying them “reasonable accommodations” and forcing them to take unpaid leave, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced this week.
SPACEX LAUNCHES 4 ASTRONAUTS FOR NASA AFTER PRIVATE FLIGHT
SpaceX launched four astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA on Wednesday, less than two days after completing a flight chartered by millionaires.
FUEL LEAK THWARTS NASA'S DRESS REHEARSAL FOR MOON ROCKET
NASA’s latest attempt to fuel its huge moon rocket for a countdown test was thwarted last week by a hazardous hydrogen leak, the latest in a series of vexing equipment trouble.
Can a Retired Rocket Engine Take Us to Mars?
The space shuttle's main engine was mothballed with the program in 2011. Now NASA believes it's the future of interplanetary travel.
JAPAN'S NISSAN PLANS ‘GAME CHANGING' ELECTRIC CAR BATTERIES
Nissan is working with NASA on a new type of battery for electric vehicles that promises to charge quicker and be lighter yet safe, the Japanese automaker said.
US Astronaut Ends Record-long Spaceflight in Russian Capsule
A NASA astronaut caught a Russian ride back to Earth on Wednesday after a U.S. record 355 days at the International Space Station, returning with two cosmonauts to a world torn apart by war.
Private Space Stations Are Coming (and Soon)
Since construction began in 1998, The International Space Station (ISS) has served as the essential platform where multiple countries have collaborated to support scientific research and other activities requiring the unique attributes of humans in space.
NASA HEAD: WE HAVE COOPERATION WITH OUR RUSSIAN COLLEAGUES
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson played down recent comments by the head of Russia’s space agency that the United States would have to use broomsticks to fly to space after Russia said it would stop supplying rocket engines to U.S. companies.
US Astronaut to Ride Russian Spacecraft Home During Tensions
US astronaut Mark Vande Hei has made it through nearly a year in space, but faces what could be his trickiest assignment yet: riding a Russian capsule back to Earth in the midst of deepening tensions between the countries.
A Brief History of Fisher Space Pen
The ballpoint used by astronauts is also a fashion icon meant for everyday use. This is the story of how it came to be.
Guy Bluford Has Flown Cessnas, U-2 Spy Planes and the Challenger Space Shuttle
Here's what he's learned..