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With billions to spend, feds unsure who lacks broadband

Apr 15, 2019

A $4.5 billion federal grant program to improve broadband internet access in rural America has been stymied by flawed maps, and a group of U.S. senators is pushing to make sure the government knows where help is needed the most

Memorial at Nixon Library for Ed Nixon, president's brother

Apr 15, 2019

About 200 people gathered at a Southern California memorial service for Ed Nixon, the younger brother of President Richard Nixon, who died in February at age 88

Study: Aegean farmers replaced hunters of ancient Britain

Apr 15, 2019

Scientists say a wave of migrants from what is now Greece and Turkey arrived in Britain some 6,000 years ago and virtually replaced the existing hunter-gatherer population

Israeli nonprofit vows new moon mission after 1st crashes

Apr 15, 2019

The Israeli start-up behind last week's failed lunar landing has vowed to create a second mission to steer a privately funded spacecraft onto the moon

Volkswagen unveils fully-electric SUV for China market

Apr 14, 2019

Volkswagen is planning to release a fully-electric SUV in China which could compete with Tesla's Model X

Pace of Bering Sea changes startles scientists

Apr 14, 2019

After shifts in ocean conditions, researchers are wondering if ecosystems near the Bering Strait are undergoing a transformation as well

Group asks gov't to probe Nissan automatic emergency braking

Apr 13, 2019

A U.S. auto safety group wants the government to investigate automatic emergency braking on some Nissan Rogue SUVs, alleging that the safety feature makes the vehicles brake for no reason

Endangered whale experiencing mini-baby boom off New England

Apr 13, 2019

Whale researchers say an endangered species of whale is experiencing a mini baby boom in New England waters

FCC to hold big 5G auction, spend $20B for rural internet

Apr 12, 2019

The U.S. communications regulator will hold a massive auction to bolster 5G service and will spend $20 billion to bolster internet in rural areas

EU official: New US privacy law won't copy European regime

Apr 12, 2019

One of the European officials in charge of a tough data privacy law says legislation now poised to emerge in the US won't be a copy of the EU's regime and will reflect American cultural values

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