A helium-filled balloon lifted Alan Eustace, a Google executive, to more than 25 miles above the earth. Fifteen minutes after he cut himself loose, he was on the ground.
A lawsuit challenging the sale said that the commission’s initial rules would cause some stations to lose some of their coverage area and viewers.
And a fingerprint sensor
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Coverage of the decision to quarantine people returning from Ebola-stricken countries, and the doctor who became sick in New York.
The activities of Zale H. Thompson, who was shot and killed by the police in Queens after he struck two officers on Thursday, are under investigation.
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