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The Internet Does Not Believe You're Pregnant
Conspiracy theorists are obsessed with the wombs of celebrity women.
The Antibiotics Business Is Broken—But There's a Fix
Attempts to develop new antibiotics are failing because the projects aren't profitable. To make new drugs, it seems, pharma companies need more money.
Avengers: Endgame Review: Time Is on Their Side
All our years spent with Earth's mightiest heroes meant something more than one movie could contain. Endgame tries to do it anyway.
‘If You Want to Kill Someone, We Are the Right Guys’
In a small Minnesota town, an IT technician found his way to the darkest corner of the web. Then he made a deadly plan.
Tesla Is Losing Money Again As Deliveries Decline
After two quarters of profitability, the electric automaker reported a $702 million loss in the first quarter.
Facebook Will Finally Pay—Billions—for Its Privacy Missteps
In releasing its quarterly financial results Wednesday, Facebook said it expects to pay a fine of $3 billion to $5 billion to the FTC for violations related to user privacy.
Tesla's Robotaxi Pledge, a Browser That Pays You, and More News
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How to Avoid 'Avengers: Endgame' Spoilers Online
Here are simple tips and even Chrome extensions to spare yourself some heartbreak.
The Machine That Reads Your Mind (Kinda) and Talks (Sorta)
A new brain-computer interface takes the snap, crackle, pop from inside your motor cortex and translates it into digitally synthesized speech.
Old Promises Broken, Musk Offers New Pledges on Self-Driving
Ahead of what's expected to be a disappointing earnings report, Tesla CEO Elon Musk predicts 1 million "robotaxis" on the road by next year.


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