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Study Pinpoints Source of Banned Gas That Saps Ozone Layer: Eastern China

By Henry Fountain and Chris Buckley

An international team of researchers said Wednesday that two provinces in China were the source of most of the emissions of a banned gas that harms the ozone layer.

Study Pinpoints Source of Banned Gas That Saps Ozone Layer: Eastern China

By Henry Fountain and Chris Buckley

An international team of researchers said Wednesday that two provinces in China were the source of most of the emissions of a banned gas that harms the ozone layer.

Fly through the Orion Nebula thanks to this amazing video from Hubble

By Christopher Carbone

A stunning video from NASA lets you experience what it would be like to fly inside the Orion Nebula that's 1,344 light years away from Earth.

Fly through the Orion Nebula thanks to this amazing video from Hubble

By Christopher Carbone

A stunning video from NASA lets you experience what it would be like to fly inside the Orion Nebula that's 1,344 light years away from Earth.

'Over The Rainbow' composer sues Apple, Google and Amazon for piracy

By Christopher Carbone

The estate of Harold Arlen, who wrote classic songs like "Over the Rainbow" and "I've Got the World On a String," is taking several Silicon Valley giants to court. 

Google AI detected lung cancer better than radiologists, study shows

By Christopher Carbone

Google unveiled an artificial intelligence system that demonstrated an amazing ability to detect lung cancer in early testing and even outperformed radiologists. 

Scammers use Facebook to trick people into thinking they accidentally donated money to ISIS

By Christopher Carbone

Scammers are using Facebook Messenger and other apps to trick Americans into thinking they gave money to terrorist groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda.

Google's Eric Schmidt: Breaking up Big Tech would be 'illegal' and harmful to consumers

By Christopher Carbone

The former chairman and chief executive of Google said that calls for breaking up the tech giant have "no basis in law" and would harm consumers by pushing up prices and decreasing transparency. 

Google exec's all-staff email on internal data seen as warning to whistleblowers, organizers

By Christopher Carbone

Amidst a wave of employee organizing, Google's top legal executive sent an all-staff email telling employees that accessing certain "need to know" documents without permission could get them fired.

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