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Trump still wants to build a physical wall on the US-Mexico border but several Silicon Valley companies are vying to build a "virtual wall" that could be cheaper, The New York Times reports.

An on-again, off-again effort to restrict harmful methane emissions on federal lands is off _ again

Trump administration rolls back Obama-era methane pollution rule that aimed to help combat climate change

A space official says that Russian cosmonauts will venture outside the International Space Station to inspect a section where a mysterious leak has been discovered

Ferrari's new CEO has unveiled a new business plan that revives iconic models and embeds them with Formula One technology

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FOX: Will a justice delayed be a justice denied?

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FOX: Michigan resident infected with deadly mosquito-borne illness, health officials say

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