Elon Musk's Plan To Make Humans ‘Multiplanetary Species’

On Tuesday, the SpaceX CEO detailed his highly ambitious and long-awaited plan that seeks to establish a permanent human presence on Mars.
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Russia-Backed Rebels Shot Down MH17, Investigators Say

The Dutch-led Joint Investigation Team said it was still unclear if the Ukrainian rebels acted independently or were ordered to shoot the plane down.
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World Leaders React To Shimon Peres’ Death

The former Israeli president was one of the country's founding fathers and a key architect of the Oslo Accords for which he won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1994.

Moscow To Replace Microsoft’s Products With Domestic Alternatives

The move, which would initially replace Microsoft Exchange Server and Outlook with software developed by the state-run Rostelecom, is part of Putin's push for technological self-sufficiency.

No More Measles In The Americas

The Americas became the first region in the world to be declared free of endemic measles — a highly contagious disease — by the World Health Organization.
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US Prosecutors In Talks With Takata

The company's defective airbags have been linked to at least 14 deaths and more than 100 injuries worldwide.
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Uber To Launch Food Delivery Service In Tokyo

UberEATS is set to launch Thursday in central Tokyo. The service will soon hit several other cities in Japan, the company announced Wednesday.

Disney To Bid On Twitter? Tech Company's Shares Climb

Walt Disney Co. (DIS) was allegedly working with a financial adviser to discuss a potential bid for Twitter Inc. (TWTR).


Earth's CO2 Levels Have Crossed A 'Red Line'

In September, when atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide are usually at their lowest levels, they remained stubbornly above the symbolic “red line” of 400 ppm.

The Past And Future Of Time

If the laws of physics are “time reversible,” why do we perceive that time flows from the past to the future, and not the other way around?

When Should You Apply To College?

Break down the complicated college application process by accomplishing a few key tasks every month.

Happy National Coffee Day

Kevin Sinnott once said, "Coffee is a warm drink that fosters friendship and tastes great. What more is there to life?"