Today in the News: Facebook to buy Internet drones, reports say
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According to TechCrunch, a deal is in the works for Facebook to acquire Titan Aerospace, a satellite drone maker. The report says Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to help make Internet accessible across the world, and the drones would allow people to connect to the Internet (and presumably Facebook).
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"She's in as strong a position as any potential nominee for an open-seat race in modern history." - Political strategist David Axelrod, on a new USA Today/Pew Research Center poll that shows strong support for a presidential bid by Hillary Clinton.
Hot video: Will the NFL move the extra point to 42 yards?
The NFL's Competition Committee is in preliminary talks about moving the ball to the 25-yard line for point-after-touchdown attempts, forcing teams to make 42-yard kicks, according to NFL.com. Mason Levinson has more on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line."
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