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The internet giant wants a large city with good transit and well-educated workers -- a handful fit the bill
Tech giant set to unveil its newest smartphones, with experts predicting some major upgrades
Comcast has opened 137,000 Wi-Fi hotspots in Florida and more in Georgia and South Carolina as Hurricane Irma approaches
Workers at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida are rushing to complete preparations for Hurricane Irma
No other storm in recorded history has maintained top winds of 185 mph for 37 hours
A guide to how to get the latest updates as the strongest Atlantic storm in recorded history takes aim at Florida
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket boosted a classified Air Force X-37B spaceplane into orbit Thursday just ahead of Hurricane Irma
People in Miami Beach and other low-lying areas of Florida are being told to leave and find higher ground. Across the bay in Miami, there are big concerns over 25 construction cranes that cannot be taken down before Irma arrives. Mark Strassmann reports.
Hurricane Irma continues to move toward Florida, where it is expected to turn north by Sunday. Where it turns will make a huge difference especially to areas like the Florida Keys, which are under a mandatory evacuation order. Traffic is heavy on U.S. Route 1, the only highway out. Elaine Quijano reports from Key Largo.
Hurricane Irma is destroying lives and homes in the northern Caribbean. At least 10 people have died including eight on the resort island of Saint Martin. The storm is still Cateogry 5, with top sustained winds of 180 mph. It's heading toward Florida. Tony Dokoupil reports from Puerto Rico.
Lots of people are increasingly doing just that, but it pays to know the conditions in which it's a smart move
Government space weather center says pair of flares caused "wide area of blackouts, loss of contact for up to an hour"
Hurricanes Irma and Jose are in the Atlantic, while Hurricane Katia formed in the Gulf of Mexico
Social networking giant says that ads mentioned controversial topics in an effort to sow discord
Symantec reports says hackers, which some have linked to Russia, have been able to infiltrate energy sector networks
The music artist sampled sounds from Jupiter, recorded by the Juno spacecraft that's been orbiting the planet since last year
Meteorologists can get an increasingly strong idea of where a storm like Irma is heading using a variety of computer simulations
With trucking companies struggling to attract drivers, money is pouring into delivery vehicles that drive themselves
Global SuperTanker Service's Boeing 747-400 marks first use in U.S. after being activated to fight wildfire
Silicon Valley leaders are taking a stand as President Trump sets his sights on ending the "Dreamer" program