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In this Nov. 28, 2016 photo, a researcher inserts stem cells into a syringe before doctors inject them into Josue Salinas Salgado's heart during open heart surgery at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.

Testing Stem Cells in Tiniest Hearts to Fight Birth Defect

Rochester's Transit Options May Include Driverless Vehicles

Vine Will Live on as Simpler Video App for Twitter

Uber Says it Will Keep Self-Driving Cars in San Francisco

Only on 5: MN Starts New Program, Hoping to Solve IT Hiring Problem

Facebook Gets Serious About Fighting Fake News

U of M Researchers Use Robotic Arm to Turn Thoughts into Action

Yahoo Says Hackers Stole Information from More than 1 Billion Accounts

Pokemon, Olympics, Election Among 2016's Top Google Searches

"Pokemon Go," the iPhone7 and Donald Trump are among Google's top trending searches globally of 2016. But, in the U.S., no subject ranked higher than Powerball...

Uber Self-Driving Cars Hit the Streets of San Francisco

911 Service Restored to Sprint Customers in Twin Cities

Government to Require Cars be Able to Talk to Each Other

Vikings' Stefon Diggs, CenturyLink Bring New Technology to Underserved Youth

Tech Leaders Couldn't Beat Trump; They'll Meet Him Instead

Technology leaders are about to come face-to-face with President-elect Donald Trump after fiercely opposing his candidacy, fearful that he would stifle innovation, curb the hiring of computer-savvy immigrants and infringe on consumers' digital privacy...

Twitter Restores White Nationalist Group Leader's Account

Twitter has restored a white nationalist group leader's personal account less than a month after the social media company suspended it along with other accounts belonging to prominent members of the so-called "alt-right" movement...

Christmas Delivery at Space Station, Courtesy of Japan

Google, Cuba Sign Allowing Faster Access to Company's Data

Google and the Cuban government signed a deal Monday allowing the internet giant to provide faster access to its data by installing servers on the island that will store much of the company's most popular content...

Japan Launches Much-Needed Supplies to Space Station

Innovation or a Monopoly? Panel Looks at AT&T-Time Warner Deal

High Court Sides with Samsung in Patent Dispute with Apple

Google Hits Renewable Energy Goal in Quest to Pare Pollution

Burnsville High School Technology and Space Advances to Aid Students

Buzz Aldrin, 2nd to Walk on Moon, Evacuated from South Pole

PHOTOS: Women's March Protests from Around the Country

Kathleen Flesher of Edina, Minn., stands with fellow women's activists and supporters as they gathered at the State Capitol for a rally. Supporters gathered at St. Paul College then marched to the State Capitol Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, in St. Paul, Minn.

PHOTOS: Protests, Reactions from Around the World on Trump Presidency

A man walks by a picture of Donald Trump vandilized with paint in Belgrade, Serbia, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017.

RAW: Gov. Mark Dayton Collapses During State of the State Address

RAW: Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau Announces Person in Custody in Beeks Shooting Death

WATCH: Trump Greets FBI Director James Comey During First Responders Ceremony

Pres. Trump greets FBI Director James Comey during the First Responders ceremony at The White House.

WATCH: Trump Swears in his White House Senior Staff

Trump, along with Vice President Pence, kick off a swearing-in ceremony for his White House senior staff.