Airbus' defense division is looking for new partners to expand its presence in the growing U.S. space market, and could potentially build components for a lunar program there, Airbus Defense and Space Chief Executive Dirk Hoke told Reuters.

SAN FRANCISCO - Facebook already rules daily communication for more than 2 billion people around the world. Now it wants its own currency, too.

NEW YORK - What's behind those hard-to-resist puppy dog eyes?

KARUIZAWA, JAPAN - Group of 20 environment ministers agreed on Sunday to adopt a new implementation framework for actions to tackle the issue of marine plastic waste on a global scale, the Japanese government said after hosting the two-day ministerial meeting.

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India Plans to Set Up Space Station

NEW DELHI - India has announced plans to launch its own space station. The chairman of the Indian space agency, K. Sivan, told reporters Thursday that India is targeting 2030 as the date to launch a 20 ton space station. 

The World Health Organization said this week that one in five people living in conflict areas suffers from a mental health disorder, compared with one in 14 people in the general population globally. Findings from a new study indicate that the extent of the problem has been grossly underestimated.

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON - Fourteen Russia-backed YouTube channels spreading disinformation have been generating billions of views and millions of dollars in advertising revenue, according to researchers, and had not been labeled as state-sponsored, contrary to the world's most popular streaming service's policy.

DES MOINES, IOWA - A seed developer from the Netherlands credited with introducing high-quality disease-resistant vegetable seeds to more than 60 countries including the Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia is the 2019 recipient of the World Food Prize.

It was a bad day 70 million years ago for a triceratops dinosaur, whose remains are displayed beneath a fossilized Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton — posed as if it were still alive and ready for dinner.

Space travel for private citizens is no longer science fiction.

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