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Go Inside the Monarch Butterfly Migration at the Houston Museum of Natural Science
ABC News' Gina Sunseri talks with Erin Mills about Monarch Butterfly migration.
Teen With Down Syndrome Crowned 'Coming Home King'
It was the big coming home game for independence high near Nashville Tennessee. It's like homecoming but for basketball and it was a special night for one seeing here. Daniel wood who has Down syndrome was nominated for coming home king. Although he is a popular student didn't really think he'd win
Centers for Disease for Control Gives Update on Ebola Epidemic
Family of Thomas Eric Duncan says Ebola patient is in critical but stable condition.
Hiring Pace Remains Strong in May Jobs Report
Morning Money Memo… The jobs market appears to be getting stronger and the US economy may be revving up. Employers hired at a healthy pace in May for a fourth straight month, fueling hopes of accelerating growth after a grim start for the year. The...
AT&T to Acquire DirecTV for $50 Billion?
The wireless carrier is reportedly in talks to purchase the nation's biggest satellite provider.
US Airways Tweet: 11 Worst Tweets From Company Twitter Handles
Oh, the power of social media. Its forces seem to elude the global powerhouses that try and fail repeatedly to contain it. Take Twitter, for instance. Companies use it to engage with customers and, in return, customers use it to complain publicly about poor products and services. The worst of both
Uh-Oh SpaghettiOs: 10 Worst Tweets From Company Twitter Handles
With the skyrocketing use of social media by companies, many are still learning the ropes of how to grab customers' attention with humorous or news-worthy messages that are still Twitter-tasteful. But it doesn't always work out that way. Here are 10 tweets from big brands that led to company
9 Worst Tweets From Company Twitter Handles
This week, Home Depot apologized for a racist tweet after the home improvement store's Twitter account received unfavorable attention. The company said it fired the outside agency that created the Tweet and it was reviewing its social media procedures. Despite company attempts to carefully share
Time Warner, CBS Settle Dispute, End Blackout
Morning Money Memo…. Cable TV subscribers may have to put up with more blackouts in the future during disputes over fees paid to broadcast programming. CBS and the second-largest US provider Time Warner Cable ended a month-long dispute yesterday, and resumed service in millions of...
Cash Deals Jump, Home Prices Rise
Morning Money Memo… Two new reports show the housing market continues to improve despite concerns over rising mortgage rates. But there are large variations in markets across the country. “Nationwide we did see home sales volume continue to increase,” says Darren Blomquist of RealtyTrac. The...