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Axios – A NASA spacecraft named Lucy blasted into the sky on Saturday morning on a 12-year mission to investigate eight asteroids. Lucy’s journey will...

Axios – All the old vices are quickly becoming legal, as both society and the criminal justice system rethink their values. This amounts to an...

Axios – Hong Kong’s elections to choose the city’s Election Committee members opened to a select group of voters on Sunday, under a new “patriots...

Axios – Thousands of Afghans are waiting at U.S. bases in Germany, Italy and Spain — and those countries want to know they will end...

Axios –  Cultivated chicken from the Oakland-based startup Upside Foods will be served in San Francisco chef Dominique Crenn’s Atelier Crenn restaurant, Upside announced on Thursday...

Axios – Several counties across the U.S. have temporarily suspended school because of a surge in coronavirus cases among students and faculty early in the...

Axios – If companies raised pay high enough, then maybe they wouldn’t complain about labor shortages that have forced them to forgo sales. But there seems...

Axios – Facebook announced Monday it was forming a new Metaverse product group to advance its efforts to build a 3D social space using virtual...

Axios – Jeff Bezos and three other passengers took flight with his space company Blue Origin on Tuesday morning, launching high above West Texas. Bezos...

Axios – Taliban political spokesman Suhail Shaheen told AP that there would be no cooperation with the U.S. in quelling the increasingly active Islamic State...

Axios – Two Canadians imprisoned by the Chinese government for over 1,000 days have been released and are expected to arrive in Canada on Saturday, Prime...

Axios – Welcome to a special edition of Axios AM that looks at the lasting impact of the Sept. 11 attacks and what we can...

Axios – Jury selection begins Tuesday in the criminal trial of Elizabeth Holmes, the disgraced founder and former CEO of Theranos. Theranos billed its tech...

Axios – Hundreds of desperate Afghans ran alongside a U.S. Air Force C-17 transport plane as it took off from Kabul yesterday. The amateur video played...

Axios – Florida has been leading the United States in COVID-related hospitalizations, and bars public officials from enforcing mask mandates. Its Board of Education on...

Axios — After 125 years of having no openly transgender competitors at the Olympics, there are several transgender and nonbinary athletes at this year’s Games....

Axios – There’s a sharp divide in American journalism between haves and have-nots. While national journalists covering tech and politics on the coasts reap the benefits...