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  • Hubble Space Telescope marking 25th anniversary in orbit

    One of NASA's crowning glories, the Hubble Space Telescope, marks its 25th anniversary this week. With 1 million-plus observations, including those of some of the farthest and oldest galaxies ever beheld by humanity, no man-made satellite has touched...
  • Yahoo misses Street 1Q forecasts

    SUNNYVALE, Calif. (AP) _ Yahoo Inc. (YHOO) on Tuesday reported first-quarter net income of $21.2 million. On a per-share basis, the Sunnyvale, California-based company said it had net income of 2 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs,...
  • Study links Texas earthquakes to drilling activity

    FORT WORTH, Texas Wastewater injection wells, along with brine production related to oil and gas drilling, are the most likely cause of a rash of earthquakes in the Azle and Reno area northwest of Fort Worth a couple of years ago, according to a newly...
  • Immigration reform could boost tax revenue, study concludes

    Immigration reform could boost tax revenue, study concludes
    Undocumented workers in Florida pay nearly $605 million a year in state and local taxes — but they could pay more if they became legal, according to a new study backing immigration reform. Undocumented immigrants in the Sunshine State paid...
  • 'Liquid biopsy' picks up cancer biomarkers in blood, study finds

    'Liquid biopsy' picks up cancer biomarkers in blood, study finds
    A blood test known as a "liquid biopsy" could help doctors track a shifty type of lung cancer without the need for invasive procedures, an international team of researchers says. The findings, presented at the American Assn. for Cancer Research...
  • Purdue unveils technology park focused on aerospace industry

    Purdue University has unveiled plans to establish an aerospace technology park that will allow it to partner with private companies to research and design new technology. Purdue officials who announced the new park Tuesday in Indianapolis say it will...
  • Antidepressants Germanwings suicide

    Antidepressants Germanwings suicide
    In the op-ed "Antidepressants: A deadly treatment?" (April 11), Patrick Hahn links antidepressants to violence, specifically, suicide and homicide. He referred to reports made by Drs. Arnold Beisser and James Blanchard in 1961 about antidepressants...
  • Rockville biotech MaxCyte to work with Hopkins on cancer immunotherapy research

    Rockville biotech MaxCyte to work with Hopkins on cancer immunotherapy research
    Rockville biotechnology company MaxCyte Inc. announced Tuesday it is collaborating with Johns Hopkins University researchers to explore a way to use the immune system to fight cancer. The scientists are developing a therapy tool known as Chimeric...
  • Wisconsin poverty measure rises in 2013 despite job gains

    A new study shows poverty rose slightly in Wisconsin from 2012 to 2013, despite some job gains. The report released Tuesday by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers says the Wisconsin Poverty Measure rose to 10.9 percent in 2013, up from 10.2...
  • Gannett Co. tops 1Q profit forecasts

    Gannett Co. (GCI) on Tuesday reported first-quarter earnings of $112.9 million. The McLean, Virginia-based company said it had net income of 49 cents per share. The results beat Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of seven analysts surveyed...
  • Arch Coal reports 1Q loss

    Arch Coal Inc. (ACI) on Tuesday reported a loss of $113.2 million in its first quarter. On a per-share basis, the St. Louis-based company said it had a loss of 53 cents. Losses, adjusted for amortization gains, were 54 cents per share. The results did...