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Steve Jobs has been dead three years, but his words live on -- and continue to be used against him. Emails sent by Jobs have surfaced once again in a class action lawsuit brought against Apple (AAPL) making
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Listening to music while working has long been linked to increased productivity and concentration. Dr. Teresa Lesiuk, an assistant professor in the music therapy program at the University of Miami, found
New York-based home stager, Cheryl Eisen, shares her best ideas for creating stylish interiors. After years of designing spaces for high-end real estate companies, she's spilling the beans on how you spruce
Colorado's legal recreational marijuana industry kicked off Wednesday with an Iraq war veteran who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder making the first pot purchase under the new law. Sean Azzariti
Official says find doesn't necessarily mean that suspects had female accomplice. Female DNA has been found on at least one of the Boston Marathon bombs, but investigators have not determined whose it or
NORTH KINGSTOWN, Rhode Island (AP) — FBI agents investigating the Boston Marathon bombings have visited the Rhode Island home of dead suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev's in-laws and carried away several bags.
Colorado responded to the mass shootings in Aurora, Colo., and Newtown, Conn., by passing new gun control measures last month. That's not sitting well with several gun-related businesses in the Centennial
Miriam Conrad may have become America's most reviled lawyer last week when she agreed to represent Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. DETROIT — What sort of person worries that a man accused
A Facebook post related to the Boston Marathon bombing surprised its American author by going viral in Pakistan this weekend. On Saturday, Micah Daigle, who grew up in Rhode Island and now lives in San
HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE, New Mexico (Reuters) - The tide of war may be receding, as President Barack Obama is fond of saying, but U.S. military demand for unmanned drones and their remote pilots is growing.
Most people you know probably talk about not getting enough sleep, but the percentage of U.S. adults who sleep for more than nine hours a night is actually on the rise, a new study suggests. Between 1970
Now that second Boston bombing suspect has been apprehended, there are still lots of unanswered questions swirling. One of them is whether or not he has been read his Miranda rights, which are designed
On March 16th, the Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, who’d been in office for about a month, announced a strategy to solve the country’s banking crisis. This plan, which would be funded in part by