US Census Bureau: In November 2016, 2.6 million fewer Americans died from AIDS than in 2010, with no sign of a recovery in the years to come

Press Release Press Release title New census data on HIV, AIDS, and mortality show no sign that the pandemic has officially ended, but the U.S. has lost 2.7 million Americans from the disease, the Census Bureau said today.The Census Bureau’s data for the November 2016 population survey was released today by the agency.The results were […]

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Why NASA’s Kepler mission is an important experiment for science

When NASA’s Space Telescope Science Institute launched its first Earth-observing Kepler satellite in April 2012, it was hailed as a groundbreaking experiment in astrophysics and science.But more than a year later, it is now a cautionary tale for scientists looking to better understand the formation and evolution of the universe.NASA’s Kepler spacecraft has made several […]

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When the NBA season is over, we will look back on the Warriors’ first championship and its impact on the NBA’s first-ever post-lockout era.

The first post-locksout season in the history of the NBA was marked by some of the most memorable moments in NBA history.The Warriors’ victory over the Philadelphia 76ers marked the first championship in the post-credits sequence.The Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA Finals over the Miami Heat in four games.And then, just like that, the post […]

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US judge dismisses antitrust suit against Amazon, Intel and other companies

By TIMOTHY GREENHOUSE and DAVID MACK and ROBERT BUCKIERTAPUSWASHINGTON (AP) A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit accusing five companies of monopolizing the market for e-commerce services and demanding they pay billions of dollars in damages.The lawsuit, filed in 2016 by an alliance of companies including Amazon, Dell and eBay, sought to stop the companies from […]

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What Tesla and SpaceX have in common: how they have changed the world

New models from both companies have come on stream in the past few months, and the Tesla and Elon Musk company are gearing up for a major push to change the world.The news of their launch was greeted with great excitement and enthusiasm by the media and tech community, with the two companies being the […]

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‘Gentleman’ who helped keep elephants from extinction will receive $5 million in settlement

A former wildlife conservationist who helped save elephants from extinctions in the 1960s and 1970s will get $5.3 million in a settlement with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the agency said Thursday.The agreement, which the agency had to approve by December 12, was reached in a federal lawsuit brought by the American Fund for […]

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When does a win become a career highlight?

When you win a world title or the Champions League, you become a household name.When you are given a job at a major sporting organisation, you make your mark on the world of sport.For me, my biggest career highlight came in 2007 when I was appointed as Head of Development for the Women’s Super League […]

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How to find out if a news outlet is fake

It’s easy to see why many tech companies are moving away from the old-fashioned method of finding out whether an article is real.But in some cases, it’s downright impossible to know if an article on the newsstand is actually real, especially if it’s published by a fake news outlet.Here are three simple steps to check […]

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BioMed Corp., BioMed NV to merge for $3 billion

BioMed is announcing the merger of its two largest medical companies, Biogen and BioMed Inc., in a deal that will create the world’s largest pharmaceutical company.BioMed will now be known as BioMed BioPharma.The combined company will be called Biogen Inc., and it will operate in a variety of industries.The deal will bring together Biogen’s expertise […]

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