Astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) have patched a small leak in one part of the station. They were able to plug the hole using cloth and special glue.
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On Tuesday, Cubans got a big surprise - free Internet service on cell phones anywhere in the country. It was a one day test run by the Cuban government's Internet company.
NASA has launched a ship which will go closer to the sun than any human ship has ever gone before. It will collect important information about the sun.
Taxi drivers have been blocking streets in major cities in Spain. They want the government to do a better job of controlling non-taxi drivers from companies like Uber.
Computer programs are getting better at telling who someone is from a picture of a face, but they're far from perfect. Some people are very worried about that.
In December, 2014, Japan launched a rocket to send its spacecraft, Hayabusa2, into space. The Hayabusa2 has finally arrived near the asteroid it was sent to study.
Algeria is turning off the Internet as students begin to take their final high school tests. The country wants to keep the students from sharing test questions over the Internet.
Most people know that using a phone while driving is dangerous. What about walking? Every year, tens of thousands of walkers are hurt or killed while they are on their phones.
US cars have had stamped metal license plates for around 125 years. Now that may be changing. California is testing a new, digital license plate.
For hundreds of years, people have told stories about a "Loch Ness Monster". Now, a group of scientists have come up with a way to prove whether the monster exists or not.