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Europe’s one-time bond market pariahs now locked in race to 0%
Less than a decade ago, when Portugal stood at the brink of bankruptcy, its bond rate jumped above 18%. This week it yielded next to nothing.
China's first domestically made nuclear reactor goes online
China powered up its first domestically developed nuclear reactor – the Hualong One – a significant step in Beijing's attempts to become less dependent on Western allies for energy security and critical technology.
Disney to lay off 4,000 more at California, Florida parks
The Walt Disney Co. announced plans to lay off 4,000 more workers in its theme parks division in US states of California and Florida due to the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on the industry.
Earth 2,000 light years closer to supermassive black hole at center of our galaxy than we thought
A new map of the Milky Way by Japanese space experts has put Earth 2,000 light years closer to the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy.
AI 'doctor's assistant' among projects given £20m
A computerized system that advises doctors on the best treatment to give a patient is among the artificial intelligence (AI) projects that have been awarded £20m by the British government.
Japan spacecraft carrying asteroid soil samples nears home
A Japanese spacecraft is nearing Earth after a year-long journey home from a distant asteroid with soil samples and data that could provide clues to the origins of the Solar System, a space agency official said Friday.
Robots on rise as Americans experience record job losses amid pandemic
They can check you in and deliver orange juice to your hotel room, answer your questions about a missing package, whip up sushi and pack up thousands of subscription boxes. And, perhaps most importantly, they are completely immune to COVID-19. While people have had a hard time in the coronavirus pandemic, robots are having a moment.
Stocks rise as investors cheer Biden transition, vaccine progress
Stocks gained on Tuesday as the formal go-ahead for US President-elect Joe Biden to begin his transition added to an already brighter mood from progress made on COVID-19 vaccines and the prospects for a speedy global economic revival.
Oil-rich Kuwait faces reckoning as debt crisis looms
When Kuwait emerged from a months-long coronavirus lockdown, hundreds of Kuwaitis flocked to reopened stores, the lines clogging malls, snaking through hallways and spilling onto sidewalks.
Boeing, Boeing, gone! BA sells off jumbo memorabilia
British Airways announced the sale of items from its retired Boeing 747 fleet for frustrated fliers to recreate the airline experience in the comfort of their own home.
Tarantula toxin attacks with molecular stinger
Oversized, hairy tarantulas may be unsightly and venomous, but surprisingly their hunter toxin may hold answers to better control of chronic pain.
GM to recall seven million vehicles globally to replace Takata air bags
General Motors will recall about 7 million big pickup trucks and SUVs worldwide to replace potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators.
Jupiter and Saturn are about to do something not seen for nearly 800 years
Event last occurred in 1226
The two largest planets in the Solar System, Jupiter and Saturn, have fascinated astronomers for hundreds of years. But the two gas giants will do something next month not seen since the Middle Ages – they will look like a double planet.

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