Winners and losers from the E3 video-game show

(AP)—The 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo wasn't as dramatic as last year's, when Sony and Microsoft were battling for attention in advance of the fall debuts of their new game consoles, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Sea Shepherd battles to stop Faroes' dolphin 'grind'

Hundreds of Sea Shepherd activists are heading for the Faroe Islands for an unprecedented campaign against a traditional dolphin hunt that they call "an obsolete massacre," the conservation group said Friday.

Florida more vulnerable to twisters than Midwest

(AP)—Oklahoma and Kansas may have the reputation as tornado hot spots, but a new analysis shows that Florida and the rest of the Southeast are far more vulnerable to killer twisters.

EU agrees plan to cap use of food-based biofuels

The European Union agreed Friday to limit the bloc's use of biofuels made directly from agricultural products after criticism they push up food prices and add to pollution.

Jury verdict gives Facebook victory in patent case

(AP)—Facebook successfully defended itself against a lawsuit that claimed the social media company infringed on patents held by a Dutch programmer who launched a website called "Surfbook" more than a decade ago.

Muon detector could help UK reduce carbon emissions

A specialist detector which is set to play a fundamental part in helping the UK reduce its carbon emissions is being developed as part of a collaborative project involving physicists at the University of Sheffield.

Pacific nations hike tuna fishing fees by 33 percent

Pacific island nations ratcheted up the fees they charge tuna fishing boats to enter their waters by a hefty 33 percent Friday as they accused foreign fleets of not doing enough to conserve stocks.

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