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Rarest, most valuable US paper bills in existence set for multimillion dollar auction

By Christopher Carbone

Three exceedingly rare 19th century U.S. currency notes are expected to sell for a combined $7 million when they are auctioned off next week.

Rarest, most valuable US paper bills in existence set for multimillion dollar auction

By Christopher Carbone

Three exceedingly rare 19th century U.S. currency notes are expected to sell for a combined $7 million when they are auctioned off next week.

CO2 removals β€˜increasingly necessary’ to avoid climate disaster, scientists warn

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

The failure to reverse growth in greenhouse gas emissions means the world is now increasingly dependent on unproven technologies to remove CO2 from the atmosphere in order to avert dangerous climate change, scientists warned on Tuesday (19 February).

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Black, post-apocalyptic snow blankets part of Siberia

By Christopher Carbone

Toxic, black snow has turned parts of a coalmining region in Siberia into a post-apocalyptic landscape. 

Black, post-apocalyptic snow blankets part of Siberia

By Christopher Carbone

Toxic, black snow has turned parts of a coalmining region in Siberia into a post-apocalyptic landscape. 

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German lawmaker wants to ban smartphones for kids under the age of 14

By Christopher Carbone

Children under the age of 14 should not be allowed to use smartphones because they may be exposed to pornography, according to a German government adviser. 

Facebook slammed as 'digital gangsters' in UK fake news report

By Christopher Carbone

Facebook knowingly broke privacy and competition laws and behaved like "digital gangsters," according to a scathing new report on fake news and misinformation. 

China surveillance firm tracking millions of Muslims leaves database exposed, researcher says

By Christopher Carbone

A Chinese surveillance firm using facial recognition technology left one of its databases exposed online for months, according to a prominent security researcher. 

Ancient, fossilized spiders still have weird and glowing eyes

By Christopher Carbone

A strange spider with glowing eyes that lived more than 100 million years ago was recently discovered by paleontologists working in South Korea. 

Ancient, fossilized spiders still have weird and glowing eyes

By Christopher Carbone

A strange spider with glowing eyes that lived more than 100 million years ago was recently discovered by paleontologists working in South Korea. 

#MeToo comes to West Hollywood as gay mayor accused of sexual harassment: report

By Christopher Carbone

The #MeToo movement, which has swept through the corridors of power in Hollywood and Silicon Valley, has now arrived in West Hollywood, California. 

Google makes massive $13 billion push into Middle America, plans construction boom

By Christopher Carbone

Google is making a huge push into Middle America with a $13 billion investment in data centers and offices across 14 different states. 

Senate Passes a Sweeping Land Conservation Bill

By CORAL DAVENPORT

Years in the works, the measure designates more than a million acres of wilderness for environmental protection and permanently reauthorizes a federal program to pay for conservation.

Senate Passes a Sweeping Land Conservation Bill

By CORAL DAVENPORT

Years in the works, the measure designates more than a million acres of wilderness for environmental protection and permanently reauthorizes a federal program to pay for conservation.

Russia's plan to disconnect from Internet raises Great Firewall fears

By Christopher Carbone

Russia is going to temporarily unplug from the internet as part of what the country is calling a planned experiment.

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