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MnDOT researches technology that combines bridge repairs with protecting the state's bat population


NASA launches spacecraft to test asteroid defense concept
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches with the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or DART, spacecraft onboard, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, Pacific time (Nov. 24 Eastern time) from Space Launch Complex 4E, at Vandenberg Space Force Base in Calif. NASA launched the spacecraft on a mission to smash into an asteroid and test whether it would be possible to knock a speeding space rock off course if one were to threaten Earth.

Samsung expected to build $17B chip factory in Texas

GM exploring electric boats buys 25% stake in engine maker
A GM logo is shown at the General Motors Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant in Hamtramck, Mich., Jan. 27, 2020.

DoorDash's technological know-how offers help to food banks
FILE - The DoorDash app is shown on a smartphone on Feb. 27, 2020, in New York. DoorDash is buying automated food prep company Chowbotics to expand its fresh meal offerings. San Francisco-based DoorDash announced the acquisition Monday, Feb. 8, 2021.

Under pressure, Apple allows self-repairs to iPhones, Macs
FILE - A person uses an iPhone on Oct. 8, 2019 in New York. Apple is letting some iPhone users fix their own phones, a sharp turnaround for a company that has long guarded its software in a walled garden that only Apple-approved technicians can unlock. The company said Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2021, it will enable users of two of the newest iPhone models and later some Mac computers to get access to genuine Apple parts and tools to be able to repair them.

In this Oct. 27, 2021 photo, is the interactive artwork

Amazon-sponsored artwork that 'learns' debuts at Smithsonian


Twitter rolls out redesigned misinformation warning labels
Russia rejects accusations of endangering ISS astronauts
Space junk sends station astronauts into docked capsules
Amazon workers in New York withdraw petition to unionize
FILE - This July 8, 2018, file photo shows Tesla 2018 Model 3 sedans sitting on display outside a Tesla showroom in Littleton, Colo. The U.S. government has opened a formal investigation into Tesla's Autopilot partially automated driving system, saying it has trouble spotting parked emergency vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced the action Monday, Aug. 16, 2021, in a posting on its website.

Tesla driver's complaint being looked into by US regulators


Twitter permanently bans Newsmax White House correspondent
Stocks eke out small gains, still headed for weekly loss
Google loses appeal of huge EU fine over shopping searches
Facebook parent Meta to remove sensitive ad categories

The AP Interview: Facebook whistleblower fears the metaverse

SpaceX returns 4 astronauts to Earth, ending 200-day flight

US charges 2 suspected major ransomware operators

Astronaut conducts first spacewalk by Chinese woman


What experts say $100 million in broadband funding will do for Minnesota


Elon Musk tweets to ask if he should sell some Tesla stock


Chris Christie aims to shape future for GOP and for himself
Fashion designer Virgil Abloh dies at 41
Injuries, mistakes hinder Vikings in 34-26 loss at San Francisco

Neighborhood concerns in Brooklyn Center as Potter trial approaches


St. Paul infectious disease physician calls omicron a 'concern'

St. Cloud woman held on murder charges for death of infant Sunday

Biden to visit Rosemount on Tuesday

1 airlifted after standoff, officer-involved shooting in Forest Lake

Apple Valley teen killed in ATV accident on Thanksgiving