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Bull market in stocks reaches six years, and it may keep running

The bull market in stocks celebrated its sixth anniversary with another hike Monday, helping to offset a rough start to March — and analysts believe the bull has further to run.<p>The Dow Jones industrial average rose 138.94 points, or 0.8%, to 17,995.72, and the Standard & Poor's 500 gained 8.17, or …

Underwater Photographer Gets Caught in a Sperm Whale 'Poopnado,' Brings Back Photos

There's a story behind every photograph -- some are inspirational, some are harrowing, some others are just downright crazy. Drone and underwater photographer Keri Wilk's recent encounter with a defecating sperm whale falls squarely into the last of those three.<p>You might know Keri from the …

What the people of the Amazon know that you don't

"The greatest and most endangered species in the Amazon rainforest is not the jaguar or the harpy eagle," says Mark Plotkin, "It's the isolated and …

CPR for ASL users

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During Katrina, 'Memorial' Doctors Chose Who Lived, Who Died

On Aug. 30, 2005, a doctor climbed the stairs through a New Orleans hospital to the helipad, which was rarely used, and so old and rusted it wasn't even painted with the hospital's current name.<p>From that helipad over Memorial Medical Center, the doctor looked out over New Orleans, now flooding …

Vinod Khosla: In The Next 10 Years, Data Science Will Do More For Medicine Than All Biological Sciences Combined

At TechCrunch Disrupt SF, TechCrunch and CrunchFund founder Michael Arrington and Khosla Ventures founder Vinod Khosla took the stage to discuss the areas Khosla is currently most interested in. Besides food tech, the one area that seems to get him the most excited is clearly medicine. In his …

Greater Manchester Commissioning Support Unit's managing director strives to be 'human' in leading his team of 500 staff<p>My day starts at 5.30am. Like any right-thinking person, the first priority is a cup of tea before I tend to the dog, Dylan, a Welsh springer spaniel and reluctant morning …

What Wall Street Wants to See From Twitter’s Executives (and Why It’s Wrong)

All eyes are on Twitter, with last night’s announcement that it has filed an S-1 in order to go public. Between now and the IPO, every bit of information about the company’s finances and other metrics will be closely scrutinized. You can expect to see endless discussions in the press about revenue, …

Obama's Predicament On Obamacare: 'Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don't'

The recent delay of an Obamacare rule capping a person’s health care costs illustrates the lose-lose political predicament facing President Obama as …

USB Condom protects your devices from nasty ports

Charging your phone through an unfamiliar USB port can lead to some nasty surprises on your device, but a new attachment called the USB Condom should be able to keep it safe. Made by int3.cc, the protective layer fits on top of a USB plug and cuts off access to the pins that allow it to transmit …

15 best root apps for Android

It’s true that rooting your device is far less popular than the good old days. Stock Android grew up quite a bit and root is simply less appealing than it once was. Also, apps like Netflix, Pokemon Go, and Google Pay don’t work on rooted devices without some fun hacks for some dumb reason. However, …

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SNAP Challenge Day #1: Prepping for the Challenge

On Wednesday night, after a long work day, I got into my car and headed in the opposite direction of my home. I needed to pick up groceries for my …

How tablets are changing the classroom

As part of their education issue, <i>The New York Times Magazine</i> takes a long look at the rise of tablet tech in education, including News Corp's Amplify project. The programs look to improve education by producing more lessons that adapt to an individual student's pace and style of learning, also …

Alarming Satellite GIFs Show Russia's Extreme Flooding

The Russia-China border is practically a lake now.<p><i>LANCE/EOSDIS MODIS Rapid Response Team at NASA GSFC</i><p>Since mid-August, floods have plagued the Amur River region, the dividing line between eastern Russia and China. Chinese state media have called it the worst flooding in a century. Here's what the …

Google Keep Code Hints at Upcoming Google Drive Integration

Ever since Google launched Keep, its rival to note-taking apps like Evernote, there’s been an assumption that the service will integrate with Google Drive, which covers Google’s cloud storage and Google Docs services, but it seems that the connection will be broader than initially expected.<p>The …

20 Creative Headboards That Make a Major Statement

These are not your basic backdrops.<p>The most important design decision in your bedroom is the headboard. After all, it's the focal point and can change the vibe of a room instantly. Whether you want to elevate your space, make it cozier, or add some serious color, these ideas will get your creative …

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Watergate 40 Years Later: Newsweek Covers From the Summer of ’73

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Causes Get a Home on Flipboard in New "Big Ideas" Category

Causes Get a Home on Flipboard in New “Big Ideas” Category<p>Inside Flipboard / July 23, 2013<p>Some of the biggest ideas of our time are also the …

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