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ChatGPT-maker Open AI said Friday it has pushed out its co-founder and CEO Sam Altman after a review found he was “not consistently candid in his communications” with the board of directors.

SpaceX launched its mega rocket Starship on Saturday, but lost the booster and then the spacecraft minutes into the test flight.

SpaceX launched its mega rocket Starship on Saturday, but lost the booster and then the spacecraft minutes into the test flight.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The B-21 Raider took its first test flight on Friday, moving the futuristic warplane closer to becoming the nation's next nuclear weapons stealth bomber.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The B-21 Raider took its first test flight on Friday, moving the futuristic warplane closer to becoming the nation's next nuclear weapons stealth bomber.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Surgeons have performed the world’s first transplant of an entire human eye, an extraordinary addition to a face transplant — although it’s far too soon to know if the man will ever see through his new left eye.

NEW YORK (AP) — Surgeons have performed the world’s first transplant of an entire human eye, an extraordinary addition to a face transplant — although it’s far too soon to know if the man will ever see through his new left eye.

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Ken Mattingly, Astronaut Who Helped Apollo 13 Crew Return Safely Home, Dies at Age 87

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ken Mattingly, an astronaut who is best remembered for his efforts on the ground that helped bring the damaged Apollo 13 spacecraft safely back to Earth, has died, NASA announced.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ken Mattingly, an astronaut who is best remembered for his efforts on the ground that helped bring the damaged Apollo 13 spacecraft safely back to Earth, has died, NASA announced.

Elon Musk Wants to Turn Tweets into ‘X’s’. But Changing Language is Not Quite so Simple

SAN FRANCISCO — Elon Musk may want to send "tweet" back to the birds, but the ubiquitous term for posting on the site he now calls X is here to stay — at least for now.

SAN FRANCISCO — Elon Musk may want to send "tweet" back to the birds, but the ubiquitous term for posting on the site he now calls X is here to stay — at least for now.

Water at Tip of Florida Hits Hot Tub Level, May Have Set World Record for Warmest Seawater

The water temperature on the tip of Florida hit hot tub levels, exceeding 100 degrees (37.

The water temperature on the tip of Florida hit hot tub levels, exceeding 100 degrees (37.

Vanishing Whale’s Decline Worse Than Previously Thought, Feds Say

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A review of the status of a vanishing species of whale found that the animal's population is in worse shape than previously thought, federal ocean regulators said Monday.

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A review of the status of a vanishing species of whale found that the animal's population is in worse shape than previously thought, federal ocean regulators said Monday.
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Wolves That Nearly Died out from Inbreeding Recovered, Now Helping a Remote Island’s Ecosystem

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Gray wolves are thriving at Isle Royale National Park five years after authorities began a last-ditch attempt to prevent the species from dying out on the Lake Superior island chain, scientists said Wednesday.

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Gray wolves are thriving at Isle Royale National Park five years after authorities began a last-ditch attempt to prevent the species from dying out on the Lake Superior island chain, scientists said Wednesday.

Roger Payne, Scientist Who Discovered Whales Can Sing, Dies at 88

Roger Payne, the scientist who spurred a worldwide environmental conservation movement with his discovery that whales could sing, has died.

Roger Payne, the scientist who spurred a worldwide environmental conservation movement with his discovery that whales could sing, has died.

Extreme Weather is Nearly Universal Experience: AP-NORC Poll

WASHINGTON (AP) — An overwhelming majority of people in the U.

WASHINGTON (AP) — An overwhelming majority of people in the U.

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