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Crypto rules to make Europe a global leader as prices plunge

Crypto rules to make Europe a global leader as prices plunge

The European Union has agreed on new rules subjecting cryptocurrency transfers to the same money-laundering rules as traditional banking transfers.

19 hrs 11 mins ago
Crewless robotic Mayflower ship reaches Plymouth Rock

Crewless robotic Mayflower ship reaches Plymouth Rock

A crewless robotic boat retracing the 1620 sea voyage of the Mayflower has landed near Plymouth Rock.

9 hrs 56 mins ago
EXPLAINER: Data privacy concerns emerge after Roe decision

EXPLAINER: Data privacy concerns emerge after Roe decision

With abortion now or soon to be illegal in over a dozen states and severely restricted in many more, Big Tech companies that vacuum up personal details of their users are facing new calls to limit that tracking and surveillance.

June 28th, 5:19 PM CDT
Enviros train drone pilots to find and pursue pollution

Enviros train drone pilots to find and pursue pollution

People who work to protect rivers and waterways have begun using drones to catch polluters in places where wrongdoing is difficult to see or expensive to find.

June 29th, 11:44 AM CDT
China's Baidu races Waymo, GM to develop self-driving cars

China's Baidu races Waymo, GM to develop self-driving cars

Baidu Inc. is China's highest-profile competitor in a multibillion-dollar race with Alphabet Inc.'s Waymo and General Motors Co.'s Cruise to create self-driving cars.

June 28th, 8:59 PM CDT
Instagram hides some posts that mention abortion

Instagram hides some posts that mention abortion

Instagram is blocking posts that mention abortion from public view, in some cases requiring users to confirm their age before letting them view posts offering information about the procedure.

June 28th, 1:38 PM CDT

AP Science Stories 

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Court leaves dwindling paths for Biden's climate mission

Court leaves dwindling paths for Biden's climate mission

More than 500 days into his presidency, Joe Biden’s hope for saving the Earth from the devastating effects of climate change may not be dead.

50 mins ago
Mudslide leaves 16 dead, over 70 missing in northeast India

Mudslide leaves 16 dead, over 70 missing in northeast India

The death toll from a mudslide in northeastern India has risen to 16, with over 70 people missing.

1 hr 5 mins ago
California sets nation's toughest plastics reduction rules

California sets nation's toughest plastics reduction rules

Companies that want to sell shampoo bottles, food products and other items wrapped in plastic in California will have to cut down their use of the material.

4 hrs 5 mins ago
Enviros train drone pilots to find and pursue pollution

Enviros train drone pilots to find and pursue pollution

People who work to protect rivers and waterways have begun using drones to catch polluters in places where wrongdoing is difficult to see or expensive to find.

June 29th, 11:44 AM CDT
Italian surgeon gets his sentence appealed in Sweden case

Italian surgeon gets his sentence appealed in Sweden case

Swedish prosecutors have appealed a sentence given to an Italian surgeon who was prosecuted for causing bodily harm during experimental stem-cell windpipe transplants.

June 29th, 4:39 AM CDT
Australia prioritizes reducing emissions and cheaper EVs

Australia prioritizes reducing emissions and cheaper EVs

Australia’s new government is putting climate change at the top of its legislative agenda when Parliament sits next month for the first time since the May 21 election, with bills to enshrine a cut in greenhouse gas emissions and make electric cars cheaper.

June 29th, 12:54 AM CDT
G-7 aims to create club of nations to boost climate action

G-7 aims to create club of nations to boost climate action

Members of the Group of Seven major economies pledged Tuesday to create a new “climate club" that for nations that wants to take more ambitious action to tackle global warming.

June 28th, 6:03 AM CDT
NASA hopes New Zealand launch will pave way for moon landing

NASA hopes New Zealand launch will pave way for moon landing

NASA wants to experiment with a new orbit around the moon that it hopes to use in the coming years to once again land astronauts on the lunar surface.

June 28th, 2:50 AM CDT

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