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2 weeks of odd news: 'Dead' men; brides and Fiona's flame
Two weeks of odd news: Police say impaired bride crashes on her way to her wedding; two long-ago high school sweethearts in New Jersey marry in hallway where they met
5 Things to Know on the First Day of 2015
1. Happy New Year! Fireworks, light shows, music and other revelry blazed around the globe from Australia and Asia, through Europe and to the Americas. Amid the revelry, however, there was also tragedy. In Shanghai, China , 35 people died and 43 were injured in a stampede during New Year's Eve
Debris, Bodies Found in Search for Missing AirAsia Flight 8501
Wreckage is connected to the missing Airbus jetliner that is believed to have crashed into the Java Sea.
Desperate Search for Missing Air Asia Flight 8501
Indonesia says it will have a dozen ships, 3 helicopters, and 5 aircraft searching.
5 Tricks to Help Form Healthier Eating Habits
We’ve all started something enthusiastically (a workout, new eating routine, or even a hobby), only to lose steam and have the behavior fizzle out. When this happens you may be tempted to blame yourself, but don’t go there. Beating yourself up isn’t a motivator and, let’s be honest, change doesn’t
Craft Brewer Opens Beachy Delaware Hotel
Dogfish Head Has Expanded with an Inn a Stone's Throw From its Popular Brewery
8 Facts You Should Know About Microsoft's New CEO Satya Nadella
Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) named Satya Nadella as its new chief executive officer effective immediately, handing the keys over to an insider who must now chart a course for one of the world's biggest tech companies. What was the first thing Nadella, 46, wrote in an internal email as the leader
The World's 10 Richest Billionaire Bachelors
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is the world's wealthiest bachelor with a net worth of $15.3 billion, according to Wealth-X, a firm that researches ultra-high net worth individuals. Allen, who has never married, is founder of Vulcan Capital and owner of football team the Seattle Seahawks, and
DHS Warns That Java Flaw Leaves Computers Vulnerable to Hackers
The Department of Homeland Security has advised computer users to temporarily disable Java software after concerns of hacking attacks were raised by computer security experts. The issue was raised after it became known that hackers were exploiting a flaw in Java’s coding, leaving an opening...