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Americans spent a record $36 billion on video games last year, and demographics show that number is expected to go up in 2018

This week, thousands of video and computer game enthusiasts are going to the Electronic Entertainment Expo to see what's new in gaming — an industry that supports 200,000 jobs, made $36 billion from Americans alone, and attracts a variety of consumers.
Margarita Lasalle (L-R), the budget keeper, and Joellen Berman, Guidance Data Specialist, and Holli Sutton visit the memorial in front of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as teachers and staff are allowed to return to the school for the first time since the mass shooting on campus on February 23, 2018 in Parkland, Florida.

In the wake of Parkland, Trump is meeting with leaders from the video game industry to discuss gun violence — but don’t expect anything to...

After yet another school shooting, President Donald Trump is meeting with video game industry execs and conservative groups to discuss violent video games.
U.S. President Donald Trump meets with members of Congress to discuss school and community safety in the wake of the Florida school shootings.

President Trump will meet with video game industry reps in wake of Florida school shooting

The Entertainment Software Association, which represents the video game industry, will meet with White House officials on Thursday.
2016's "Doom" is an outrageously violent game. It's also really good!

One glaring piece of evidence refutes the claim that playing violent video games causes gun violence

The same video games are sold all over the world, yet gun violence is far more prevalent in the United States than anywhere else.

A tiny particle just punched a hole into a huge satellite, and it signals a much larger problem in space

The particle was hurtling through space at 25,000 miles per hour, and the shock wave from the impact tore a 16-inch-hole into the satellite.

What happens when a 5,000-pound piece of space junk collides with Earth is nothing short of amazing

The last time a major piece of space junk collided with Earth it was more beautiful than fireworks.