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In the video game Portal 2, players use portals to teleport themselves and objects to help solve puzzles. Valve software hide caption

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'Portal 2': A Student Video Game, All Grown Up

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An air traffic controller drinks a cup of coffee while working in a terminal radar approach control room Monday at the Atlanta TRACON in Peachtree City, Ga. Several recent reports of controllers nodding off on the job prompted new scheduling rules. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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FAA Jarred Awake By Sleeping Air Traffic Controllers

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Gold Panda: Breaking Down Found Sound

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Honda's new fuel cell vehicle, FCX Clarity, can go about 240 miles on a tank of hydrogen fuel. Koji Sasahara/AP hide caption

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Automakers Try To Sell Government On Fuel Cell Cars

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