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NASA conducted another spacewalk Wednesday, up to seven hours, to replace aging batteries on the International Space Station.
A federal judge has invalidated a Trump administration rule requiring that refugees seeking asylum at the southern U.S. border must first apply in a "safe" third country.
Cristiano Ronaldo ripped in a second-half score to help Juventus beat Genoa in a Serie A soccer match in Genoa, Italy.
Disney and Lucasfilm have announced a new publishing program dedicated to "The Mandalorian" that will see the launch of novels and comic books for all ages.
Hundreds of new laws in a number of states take effect on Wednesday, regulations involving guns, policing, voting, driving and workers' pay.
This is NYDIG's second raise for a bitcoin fund this year.
The District of Columbia Bar approved crypto payments for lawyers' fees in an ethics opinion.
B2C2 is eyeing its new partnership with SBI Holdings as a route to becoming a crypto prime broker.
For the two greatest democracies of the last century, how each is coping with multiple crises does not rise to what Winston Churchill once called "our finest hour."
Tanzanian authorities detained executives from three oil-marketing companies.
Police in Hong Kong said Wednesday they have arrested a man for holding a black flag calling for the city's independence from China, making him the first person to be detained under a controvers ...
Bitcoin's mining difficulty just posted the smallest percentage change in 10 years.
Wood Mackenzie expects further large impairments to occur across the oil and gas sector.
The Swiss government is making key legislative changes to financial laws to improve legal conditions for blockchain businesses.
On July 1, 1847, the first U.S. postage stamps were issued.
Germany, divided in the aftermath of World War II, became a unified country again in 1990, but differences in heart health among those in the eastern and western parts of the country remain 30 y ...
Singer Debbie Harry turns 75 and rapper Missy Elliott turns 49, among the famous birthdays for July 1.
North Korean defectors who send leaflets and other information across the border say the practice is a vital step toward forcing change in the repressive country.
Data from a five-year clinical trial is adding to growing evidence that deep brain stimulation can slow the ravages of Parkinson's disease.
A judge has granted bail to a former Atlanta police officer charged with murder for fatally shooting a black man in a Wendy's restaurant parking lot last month despite pleas from the victim's fa ...
21Shares said listing on Deutsche Boerse's Xetra platform will make their Bitcoin ETP accessible to a broader institutional market.
About two-thirds of U.S. parents say they'll send their kids to school again this fall, and most also support COVID-19 testing and social distancing policies for schoolchildren, a new survey finds.
Army investigators searching for a missing soldier who disappeared more than two months ago said Tuesday they have found "partial human remains" near the Texas base where she was stationed.
Chinese President Xi Jinping signed into law a bill on Tuesday that critics say will threaten the autonomy of Hong Kong and the freedoms of its citizens.
The Detroit Tigers and No. 1 overall pick Spencer Torkelson agreed to a minor league contract, the team announced Tuesday.
The Arizona Cardinals' official website called out second-year quarterback Kyler Murray for hosting a private workout in Texas despite the NFL Players Association advising against players traini ...
The Justice Department charged Glenmark Pharmaceuticals with conspiring to fix prices for generic drugs on Tuesday.
While Major League Baseball prepares to start the 2020 season next month, baseball's minor leagues canceled its seasons due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Federal Communications Commission designated Chinese communications companies Huawei and ZTE as national security threats, blocking them from receiving money from the agency's Universal Serv ...
As June winds down, the Southwest monsoon is in full force across India, and rainfall totals are climbing to staggering levels as rising floodwaters leave thousands stranded.
Martin Gugino, a 75-year-old protester who was injured after being pushed by Buffalo, N.Y., police, was released from the hospital and will continue his recovery at an undisclosed location, his ...
Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard was revealed as the first cover athlete for this year's edition of the popular video game series "NBA 2K."
General Electric was awarded $101.3 million to produce engines for F-15EX aircraft for the Air Force, the Pentagon announced Tuesday.
While not every lawmaker was on board with the idea of a central bank digital currency during a Senate Banking Committee hearing Tuesday, no one explicitly rejected it either.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced 819 invitees to join the Academy in 2020, including actors Awkwafina and Zendaya, and filmmakers Robert Eggers and Ryan Murphy.
Missisippi Gov. Tate Reeves signed a bill mandating the removal of the Confederate emblem from the state flag and beginning the process to select a new flag bearing the phrase "In God We Trust."
The Pentagon released a statement Tuesday in support of President Donald Trump's proposal to reassign 9,500 troops currently stationed in Germany.
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi netted his 700th career goal in a draw with Atletico Madrid on Tuesday at Camp Nou in Spain's La Liga.
National Park Service officials announced Tuesday they discovered the body of Matthew Bunker, one of three hikers who have gone missing at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington within a week.