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  • Deciphering the Signs of Anorexia in the Very Young
    Deciphering the Signs of Anorexia in the Very Young

    Until the age of 10, twins Reagan and Grace Freeman were like two peas in a pod living in a suburb of Houston, Texas. After they moved to another state, their mother, Cindy Freeman, noticed that Reagan started rejecting foods she used to love, exercised...

  • Why Apple Can't Quit Steve Jobs
    Why Apple Can't Quit Steve Jobs

    Industry Watchers Still Waiting for Next Breakthrough Product

  • Cow-milking robots make farmers, animals happier
    Cow-milking robots make farmers, animals happier

    The cows, it turns out, are perfectly capable of deciding when they need to be milked. A new trend in farm-based robotics has dramatically changed the way cows are cared for and milked at farms in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and New York, according to a report from the New York Times.

  • Ferry Diver Describes Searching Inside Dark, Capsized Ship
    Ferry Diver Describes Searching Inside Dark, Capsized Ship

    Water is Murky and Current is Strong, Scuba Diver Says

  • John Turturro replaces Robert De Niro in HBO's 'Criminal Justice'
    John Turturro replaces Robert De Niro in HBO's 'Criminal Justice'

    Following Robert De Niro's exit, the cable network has brought in John Turturro for the lead role, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Attached to headline "Criminal Justice" since September 2013, Robert De Niro was forced to step down due to a scheduling conflict, according to the Hollywood news website. The star will be replaced by John Turturro, the New York actor frequently seen in the films of Spike Lee and the Coen brothers. The role was initially developed for "The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini, who died in June 2013.

  • James Buchanan: Why is he considered America’s worst president?
    James Buchanan: Why is he considered America’s worst president?

    April 23 marks the birthday of James Buchanan, the man regarded by many historians as one of the worst—if not the worst—presidents of all time. So what did Buchanan do to earn the disrespect of so many people?

  • 10-Year-Old Escapes Kidnapper by Repeatedly Singing Gospel Song
    10-Year-Old Escapes Kidnapper by Repeatedly Singing Gospel Song

    A 10-year-old in Atlanta escaped a kidnapper in the most improbable way. Now, a number of organizations in the area are teaming up to offer a $10,000 reward in the investigation. On the night of March 31, Willie Myrick was outside taking care of his pet Chihuahua. The boy spotted a few dollars near a tree. When he walked over to the money, a man grabbed Willie and forced him into a four-door Honda Civic.

  • Spy plane outlasts Cold War, but not defense cuts
    Spy plane outlasts Cold War, but not defense cuts

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The U-2 spy plane outlasted the Cold War, outlived its successor and proved crucial a half-century ago when two superpowers were on the brink of nuclear war.

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