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Teen Who Got Heart Transplant Dies in Crash During Chase

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Teen who said heart transplant gave him a 2nd chance at life dies in crash during police chase

Watch Katie Couric Pull an Epic Prank on James Corden

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Watch Katie Couric Pull an Epic Prank on James Corden
The look on the new Late Late Show host's face is priceless
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Arkansas Woman Now World's Oldest Person, Wants Obama Visit

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Arkansas woman becomes world's oldest person, invites Obama to her 117th birthday party

Padres Rout Samardzija and White Sox 8-2 as Shields Tunes Up

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Padres score 5 in 1st off Samardzija; Shields tunes up in 8-2 victory over White Sox


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FBI says one of its "most wanted terrorists" is dead

January raid in the Philippines to capture Zulkifli bin Hir resulted in the death of 44 elite police commandos

Suspect in murder of Putin foe: I was beaten, pressured to confess

Zaur Dadaev, who is charged with the killing of Boris Nemtsov, tells court he was "told what to say and how to say it"

Irish punt jeopardises All Black's World Cup chance

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Irish punt jeopardises All Black's World Cup chance
Rising All Blacks star Charles Piutau may have sold his World Cup berth for NZ$1.0 million (US$745,000) with coach Steve Hansen indicating he could be ... more

New Jersey's Menendez: I'll be vindicated in corruption case

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NEWARK, New Jersey (AP) — New Jersey's Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez says he'll be 'vindicated' in a corruption case against him.

Murray rallies to reach Miami semi-finals

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Murray rallies to reach Miami semi-finals
World number four Andy Murray booked his semi-final berth at the Miami Masters on Wednesday, rallying for a 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 win over Austrian Dominic ... more

My Net Fone to buy Spark's international voice business

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My Net Fone to buy Spark's international voice business
New Zealand telco divests international business unit to focus on its local market.

California governor orders 25 percent reduction in water usage statewide

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PHILLIPS, Calif. (Reuters) - California Governor Jerry Brown, acting in the face of a devastating multiyear drought, ordered the first statewide mandatory water restrictions on ... more

CBS to turn '60 Minutes' Segment into 'Patriots Day' Movie

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Read full story for latest details.

EE giving all customers portable chargers they can refuel in stores

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Carriers are forever looking at new ways to incentivise customers -- whether it be with a subscription to this, or discounts on that, and so ... more

U.S. judge orders temporary block of Allegiant Air pilot strike

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U.S. judge orders temporary block of Allegiant Air pilot strike
(Reuters) - A U.S. judge issued an order Wednesday temporarily blocking Allegiant Air pilots from striking unlawfully after they announced a Thursday walkout.

Self-driving SUV completes cross-country trip

The vehicle guided by a collection of cameras, sensors and GPS arrived in New York following a 3,500-mile journey

Googling makes people feel smarter than they really are

Finding instant answers on the Internet doesn't make you a genius, but it might feel that way

EU Lays Groundwork for Antitrust Charges Against Google

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Europe’s competition regulator is laying the groundwork to move against Google in the next few weeks, setting the stage for charges against the U.S. search ... more

File Juicer for Mac review

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Extract images, video, audio and text from files and folders

NRL: what to look out for in round five | Nick Tedeschi

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NRL: what to look out for in round five | Nick Tedeschi
This week it’s all about last year’s grand final re-match between the Bulldogs and the Rabbitohs on Good FridayFew matches stoke the fires like a ... more

Andy Murray beats Dominic Thiem to move into Miami Open semi-finals

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Andy Murray beats Dominic Thiem to move into Miami Open semi-finals
• British No1 beats Austrian 3-6, 6-4, 6-1• Opponent shows fight before crumbling in final setAndy Murray overcame a spirited challenge from Dominic Thiem to ... more

‘Win some medals’: Paul Merson hits back at Andros Townsend jibe

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‘Win some medals’: Paul Merson hits back at Andros Townsend jibe
• Tottenham player tweeted pundit after scoring against Italy• ‘I am not going to sit here and say he is top drawer’• Townsend hits back ... more

Five former England managers back Greg Dyke’s homegrown plan

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Five former England managers back Greg Dyke’s homegrown plan
• Taylor, Hoddle, Keegan, Eriksson and McClaren write letter to FA • Dyke has proposed increasing number of homegrown players• Dyke’s homegrown plan faces opposition ... more

Dodgers call it a camp, but decisions still loom

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Dodgers call it a camp, but decisions still loom
They packed their bats and gloves and laptops and called it a camp. For the Dodgers a spring’s work was done. Or as close as ... more

Shopping Events and Sales Happening This Week in New York

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Shopping Events and Sales Happening This Week in New York
Designer names are popping up at Brookfield Place; a luxury watch auction is tied to the Tribeca Film Festival; Bergdorf Goodman has new faces; and ... more

Skin Deep: Looking for Cheaper Skin-Care Products? Borrow From the Men.

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Skin Deep: Looking for Cheaper Skin-Care Products? Borrow From the Men.
Skin care products for men may be similar in quality to those marketed to women but are often far less expensive.

Huge rise in online abuse of teachers by pupils and parents, says union

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Number of teachers facing racist, sexist and other abuse on social media has more than doubled in a year, says NASUWT before annual conference in ... more

New Music: Review: Death Cab for Cutie’s ‘Kintsugi’

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New Music: Review: Death Cab for Cutie’s ‘Kintsugi’
Desertion — inseparable from its aftermath of recovery — haunts the band’s eighth album.
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St. Louis prosecutor defends his handling of Ferguson grand jury

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St. Louis prosecutor defends his handling of Ferguson grand jury
St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch defended his handling of the Ferguson grand jury during a law school talk that drew controversy because it was ... more

Interactive 'Hello Barbie' could invade child privacy, critics say

published Thu, Mar 19 2015 09:03 GMT
Interactive 'Hello Barbie' could invade child privacy, critics say
John Hopton for redOrbit.com - @Johnfinitum Using technology to make kids’ toys super cool - seems like a happy enough situation, no? Sadly things are ... more
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Study finds Millenials aren't news-less

published Tue, Mar 17 2015 15:16 GMT
Study finds Millenials aren't news-less
Shayne Jacopian for redOrbit.com - @ShayneJacopian According to a study on the information habits of people aged 18-34, the Millennial generation is anything but “news-less". ... more
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VIDEO: Two guys watch Netflix through an 8-bit Nintendo

published Wed, Mar 11 2015 03:22 GMT
VIDEO: Two guys watch Netflix through an 8-bit Nintendo
Chuck Bednar for redOrbit.com - @BednarChuck In a world that’s becoming increasingly obsessed with the latest and greatest gizmos and gadgets (see: the Apple Watch), ... more
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9-year-old explains Net Neutrality better than we did

published Tue, Mar 10 2015 06:26 GMT
9-year-old explains Net Neutrality better than we did
Christopher Pilny for redOrbit.com - @NotRealChainsaw Over the past year or so, we've tried to explain Net Neutrality with any number of articles. You can ... more
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Selfie sticks banned from Smithsonian museums

published Mon, Mar 09 2015 07:35 GMT
Selfie sticks banned from Smithsonian museums
Chuck Bednar for redOrbit.com - @BednarChuck Bad news for museum goers who want to squeeze as many historic artifacts into their selfies as possible: The ... more
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Katy Perry shows off super short "Kris Jenner" hair

The singer hints that she made a dramatic cut, but the big reveal came on April Fools' Day

​Guiliana Rancic opens up about weight loss

The E! News host says cancer medication is why she appears "really thin"

January Jones: I still don't feel secure as an actress

January Jones worries she can’t keep making a living as an actress.

Mark Wahlberg to produce Boston Marathon bombing movie

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The Boston-born actor is among the producers of "Patriots' Day," chronicling the events surrounding the 2013 attack and subsequent manhunt

Did that woman really start shuffling on First Dates?

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Yes, yes she did. In a restaurant. To no music.

Googling makes people feel smarter than they really are

Finding instant answers on the Internet doesn't make you a genius, but it might feel that way

Health care industry receives first mobile apps from Apple, IBM

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Health care industry receives first mobile apps from Apple, IBM
An enterprise mobility partnership between Apple and IBM has yielded more iPhone and iPad apps, including the first ones for the health care industry and ... more
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Iran nuclear talks extended another day

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Iran nuclear talks extended another day
Danielle HaynesLAUSANNE, Switzerland, April 1 (UPI) -- Negotiations over Iran's nuclear program are entering double overtime as yet another deadline passed Wednesday without an agreement ... more

8 nutrients to help protect your eyes

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Doctors say what you eat makes a difference you can see

BigNeuron Project Aims to Untangle Brain Cell Structure

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BigNeuron Project Aims to Untangle Brain Cell Structure
Brain researchers are turning to big data to crack one of the big questions of neuroscience: Can the shape of a neuron reveal how well ... more