After months of awkward courtship, Microsoft and Yahoo have finally agreed on an Internet-search partnership.
Investors buy almost a third of the space tourism company.
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Tens of billions of dollars in new funding for basic research, science infrastructure and clean-energy initiatives.
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An independent report addresses tough policy questions faced by the new administration.
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