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Pancreatic cancer has low survival rates, but Trebek stayed positive and joked about his three-year hosting obligation under his contract.
The 1987 INF treaty banned ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles with an intermediate range. For years, U.S. officials have accused Russia of violating the treaty.
Meyer’s sanction comes along with a more than two-week suspension for Athletics Director Gene Smith over their response to allegations of domestic abuse against a former assistant coach.
Billionaire Richard Branson wants to be on the “first official flight” to see space as a tourist by the end of 2018. His company’s latest test flight reached heights of more than 32 miles.
Nebraska law enforcement recently seized 118 pounds of drugs, which they now say was entirely fentanyl. It’s one of the biggest fentanyl seizures in the U.S. and enough to kill millions of people.
Researchers at MIT said 30 percent of Uber and Lyft drivers are actually losing money after taking car expenses into account, while most drivers earn less than minimum wage.
The search giant says in a new report that beginning in mid-2014, after a court ruling on the “right to be forgotten,” it received 650,000 requests to delist 2.4 million URLs from search results.
But in the long term, new technology could create more jobs than it eliminates, a new report says. It says governments and businesses have to prioritize retraining workers for the new economy.