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The last year has brought a lot of fresh new TV shows. Will the Emmys reward them? We'll find out tonight.

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The former secretary of state gave the president a really good read.

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A glittering barred spiral galaxy, Jupiter's storms, and Cassini's long-awaited Grande Finale dive this week in space.

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VC Chamath Palihapitiya is investing in public companies, but his two co-founders are leaving their firm, Social Capital.

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The system, created by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency could give aircraft a 60-second warning before turbulence strikes.

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