Perry aides told different stories in lawsuit

(Reuters) – Contradictions in sworn statements about Rick Perry’s fundraising for his 2006 reelection bid raise questions about whether aides to the Texas governor, who is now running for president, gave false or misleading testimony under oath.

Doomed satellite landed in Pacific, NASA says

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – Debris from a defunct six-ton NASA science satellite that crashed to Earth on Saturday fell harmlessly in a remote area of the South Pacific Ocean, NASA said on Tuesday.

Amazon unveils Kindle Fire tablet, priced at $199

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Inc introduced its eagerly awaited tablet computer on Wednesday with a price tag that could make it the first strong competitor in a tablet market that has been dominated by Apple Inc’s iPad.

Apple Confirms IPhone 5 Event on October 4

Apple will unveil the iPhone 5 on October 4 at 10 a.m. Pacific time at its own Town Hall Auditorium, as the company sends out invitations making it official. The invitation to the Cupertino, Calif.-based company’s highly anticipated event features the iOS icons for the calendar, clock, Google maps and phone


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Cosmic anti-matter enigma eyed in new CERN project

GENEVA (Reuters) – Unraveling one of the great enigmas of the visible universe, why it is made up largely of matter, will be the target of a ground-breaking research project kicked off on Wednesday at a meeting of leading physicists from eight countries.

Florida to set presidential primary for January 31

MIAMI (Reuters) – Florida is expected to set its U.S. presidential primary election for January 31, setting off a game of leapfrog as various states try to increase their influence by moving ahead in the nominating process, state officials said on Wednesday.

Plants take in more CO2 than thought, study finds

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Scientists might be able to predict climate change with more accuracy after discovering that plants consume carbon dioxide 25 percent faster than previously thought.