Here are the Starting 5, the five essential pieces of news that you should know about.
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SpaceX's mission, "Starlink," will have its third launch tonight, sending 60 more satellites up into orbit.
The 'wine cave' episode from the recent Democratic presidential debate conjures up memories of previous campaigns that reveal a candidate seemingly being out of touch with the average American.
This company is developing materials for streets that can not only turn sunlight into electricity for the grid but also generate their own light and produce heat to melt ice and snow.
Google and Facebook missed making the Top-10 in Glassdoor's "Best Places to Work" list, a position which they've historically occupied.
A U.K-based news literacy group found that the majority of conservative advertisements posted in the weeks before an important U.K. polling day could be labeled as misleading.
This medical researcher's epinephrine tablet could be revolutionary for the estimated 240 million people suffering from food allergies worldwide.
Senator Warren has sided with Swift against private equity firms, but another of the Democratic presidential candidate's proposals would cost her
After working at IBM for almost a decade and cofounding the Launch School, an online software enterprise, Kevin Wang may have undertaken his most ambitious project to date with Nervos, a blockchain network poised to transform the financial services industry.
Meisner, a NASA Hubble Fellow, is scouring through exabytes of data collected daily to search for undiscovered planets and celestial bodies in our solar system.
Abraham Heifets is using artifical intelligence to ensure the safety of cancer patients while they undergo treatment.
Last year, Sara Reynolds found herself among the brightest minds of her generation at a blockchain conference for students at the University of California, Berkeley. But when she looked around the auditorium, she noticed something: Nearly all the attendees were white men.