The Double Asteroid Redirection Test spacecraft crashed into asteroid Didymos in an attempt to alter its moonlet Dimorpho’s trajectory.
The move comes nine years after U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden exposed vast domestic and international surveillance operations done by the National Security Agency.
The new electric vehicle charging stations will pop up roughly every 50 miles along interstate highways.
The Justice Department wants to end the year-and-a-half-old pact between American Airlines and JetBlue Airways. It believes the agreement is effectively a merger that will drive up fares.
The cancellation of some student-loan debt will cost about $400 billion, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said providing mandatory kindergarten would cost about $268 million annually, which was not accounted for in the state’s budget.
The prosecutor is seeking an eight-year prison term for Colombian superstar Shakira.
Cubans approved the measure by 66.9% to 33.1%.
Amazon’s extra “Prime Early Access Sale” will take place Oct. 11-12.
The U.S. beat Bosnia and Herzegovina in the final, breaking the team record for consecutive wins at the World Cup with 27 wins in a row.