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G-7 aims to create club of nations to boost climate action

Members of the Group of Seven major economies pledged Tuesday to create a new “climate club" that for nations that wants to take more ambitious action to tackle global warming

NASA hopes New Zealand launch will pave way for moon landing

NASA wants to experiment with a new orbit around the moon.

Explorers find WWII Navy ship, deepest wreck discovered

Explorers say they found the wreckage of the USS Samuel B

Instagram and Facebook remove posts offering abortion pills

Facebook and Instagram have begun promptly removing posts that offer abortion pills to women who may not be able to access them following a Supreme Court decision that stripped away constitutional protections for the procedure

Pennsylvania House targets colleges' fetal research in bill

A proposal is advancing in the Pennsylvania Legislature to require the four state-related universities to promise they are not conducting research or experiments with fetal tissue from elective abortions

Company buying Trump's social media app faces subpoenas

The company planning to buy Donald Trump’s new social media business disclosed Monday that it has received subpoenas from a federal grand jury in New York

Why captions are suddenly everywhere and how they got there

People with hearing loss have long adopted technology to navigate the world, especially since hearing aids are expensive and inaccessible to many

Explorers find WWII Navy destroyer, deepest wreck discovered

Explorers say they found the wreckage of the USS Samuel B

'Biblical' insect swarms spur Oregon push to fight pests

Oregon farmers are fighting against future grasshopper and cricket infestations.

NASA asteroid mission on hold due to late software delivery

NASA's plan to explore a strange metal asteroid is on hold

Toyota recalls electric car for faulty wheel that may detach

Toyota is recalling 2,700 of its bZ4X crossover vehicles globally for wheel bolts that could become loose, in a major setback for the Japanese automaker’s ambitions to roll out electric cars

NASA: Give us back our moon dust and cockroaches

NASA wants its moon dust and cockroaches back

NASA wraps up moon rocket test; to set launch date after fix

A date for the first flight will be set after a leak is fixed, the agency said.

Instagram tests using AI, other tools for age verification

Instagram is testing new ways to verify the age of people using its service, including a face-scanning artificial intelligence tool, having mutual friends verify their age or uploading an ID

World's biggest bacterium found in Caribbean mangrove swamp

Scientists have discovered the world’s largest bacterium in a Caribbean mangrove swamp

Turkey battles wind-driven wildfire near resort for 3rd day

Firefighting crews are battling a wind-driven wildfire that has blackened swaths of pine forest near a popular resort in southwestern Turkey and driven hundreds of people from their homes

Decades later, ‘Torso Killer’ charged in killing at NY mall

More than five decades after Diane Cusick’s lifeless body was discovered in the parking lot of a mall on New York’s Long Island, authorities have linked her death to the so-called “Torso Killer."

American Airlines testing face-scanning at DFW Airport

American Airlines says passengers with PreCheck can now pass through security checkpoints at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport with a face scan and phone app

Space chief hopes for 'Kennedy moment' from European leaders

The head of the European Space Agency says Russia's invasion of Ukraine highlights the need for the continent to become less dependent on other nations

Mexico scientist gets 4 years for spying for Russia in Miami

A prominent Mexican scientist who led a double life with two families on separate continents and was co-opted by Russian agents into surveilling a U.S. government informant residing in Miami has been sentenced to four years and one day in federal prison

Europe wildfire risk heightened by early heat waves, drought

Extended drought conditions in several Mediterranean countries, a heat wave last week that reached northern Germany and high fuel costs for aircraft needed to fight wildfires have heightened concerns across Europe this summer

Tribal leaders and feds reestablish Bears Ears Commission

Federal officials and tribal nations have formally reestablished a commission to jointly govern the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah

Facebook and US sign deal to end discriminatory housing ads

The Justice Department says Facebook will change its algorithms to prevent discriminatory housing advertising as its parent company subjects itself to court oversight in a response to a U.S. lawsuit

Google exec to UN: Ukraine 'a crystal ball' for info warfare

A Google executive is warning the U.N. Security Council Tuesday that cyberattacks, disinformation and other forms of information warfare being waged in Ukraine are a “crystal ball” for future problems elsewhere

Google exec to UN: Ukraine 'a crystal ball' for info warfare

A Google executive is warning the U.N. Security Council Tuesday that cyberattacks, disinformation and other forms of information warfare being waged in Ukraine are a “crystal ball” for future problems elsewhere