Consumer confidence in Germany at its highest since late 2001

Consumer confidence in Germany at its highest since late 2001

New survey data on Wednesday by GfK, Germany's largest market research institute showed that Germany's consumer confidence improved strongly to a 13-year high at the start of 2015.

Charles Townes, Inventor of Laser, Dies at 99

Charles Townes, Inventor of Laser, Dies at 99

Charles Townes, the Columbia University physicist who had won the 1964 Nobel Prize in Physics for his invention of the laser, died at the age of 99 in Berkeley.

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Trouble falling asleep may be linked to High BP: Study

Trouble falling asleep may be linked to High BP: Study

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Arizona Baby born with No Eyeballs

Arizona Baby born with No Eyeballs

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NASA releases new images from its Chandra X-ray telescope

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Photographer clicks pictures of whale defecating

Photographer clicks pictures of whale defecating

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Smoker spends $1.4 million in a lifetime

Smoker spends $1.4 million in a lifetime

According to a new report, a smoker is likely to spend a whopping $1.4 million on the nasty habit during his lifetime.

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