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Understanding The Aftermath Of SpaceX’s Failed Falcon Launch

Emily Calandrelli Contributor<p>Emily Calandrelli is a producer and the host of FOX's Xploration Outer Space.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>A brief history of SpaceX<br>• SpaceX’s Next Steps Toward Rocket Reusability<p>On Sunday morning, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket broke apart nearly 30 miles above Cape Canaveral …

How Serious a Setback Is the SpaceX Rocket Explosion?

There are uncountable laws of physics and engineering that govern the launch of a rocket. But there’s one that supersedes them all: Ultimately, stuff …

Supreme Court's API ruling puts a cloud over software industry

On the last day of its term, the Supreme Court turned aside a crucial question over whether a single company can own application programming …

Tsipras defiant as banks shut, markets rocked

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Anxious pensioners swarmed closed bank branches Monday and long lines snaked outside ATMs as Greeks endured the first day of …

The Islamic State One Year Later: Who's Winning the War?

Islamic State's Projection of Territory Under Its Control by 2020<p>June 29 marks the first anniversary of the proclamation of Islamic State (IS). It has been a busy year. After conquering an area covering over 80,000 square miles and including a population of approximately 10 million people, IS has …

Unmanned SpaceX Rocket Explodes After Liftoff

Sousse shows the deadly potential of the Isis franchise

The blood and tears spilled on the beach at Sousse on Friday seem to have caught many off guard – including the Tunisian authorities, in spite of their commitment to making the country safe for tourists. But what appears to be an attempt to export the ideology of Isis from Iraq and Syria to the …

Islam

ISIS Anniversary: The Year Since Caliphate Was Declared

One year after a caliphate was declared spanning Syria and Iraq, there is little to celebrate — unless you're ISIS.<p>Despite a massive international campaign to defeat the the brutal militants, ISIS has not only managed to hold onto the territory but has expanded its reach beyond those borders over …

Middle East

Do You Really Need the Latest Greatest Gear?

If you’re like me, you enjoy reading and learning about the latest photography gear as soon as it comes out. Looking each month at popular photo …

European markets are getting crushed and nobody knows who'll win the Greek referendum

Analysts expected that we were heading into the final stage of Greece's bailout negotiations, but instead Tsipras opened the question of a deal up to the country.<p>Tsipras has been in charge of negotiating the deal but says what's on the table isn't good enough — so he's campaigning <i>against</i> the …

Manchester United Have Themselves to Blame for David De Gea's Imminent Exit

It is now only a matter of time before David De Gea finally leaves Manchester United for Real Madrid.<p>For the last two months, most days have brought new stories and speculation about the goalkeeper’s future, whether it is about United’s tactics to hold onto him, Madrid preparing to make a formal …

Soccer

Google Manipulates Search Results, According to Study From Yelp and Legal Star Tim Wu

Legal scholar Wu says, "This is the closest I’ve seen Google come to be the Microsoft case.”<p>Google knowingly manipulates search results according to a research paper published Monday from several academics. The study presents evidence that the search giant sets out to hamper competitors and limit …

Photos: Remember the Greek drachma? It might be coming back.

If you visited or lived in Greece before 2002—when the euro took over—you probably used the drachma, then the nation’s currency. More than a dozen years later, it might be coming back.<p>Mired in a financial crisis and buried in debt, the nation could soon default on its loans, exit the euro zone, and …

Putin: Nations must unite to fight Islamic State militants; Russia backs Syria’s Assad

In a surprise meeting with Syria's foreign minister, Russian President Vladimir Putin pledged his support Monday for Syrian President Bashar Assad and called on all Middle East nations to join forces to fight Islamic State militants.<p>The war in Syria, which began with protests in March 2011, has …