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- PHOTOS: Community mourns teacher killed by 14-year-old student Students at Danvers High School in Massachusetts return to campus Thursday to mourn the loss of math teacher Colleen Ritzer, who police said was killed by 14-year-old student Philip Chism.
Recipe: Spaghetti squash with ground turkey and tomato sauce
Low-carb and low-calorie Italian comfort food can be hard to find. Here, cooked and shredded squash stands in for wheat pasta as the base of a nutritious and filling main dish.
Anonymity is fleeting when people are tweeting
In the ego-driven game of Twitter, Jofi Joseph was, for a while, one of the winners. But what did it get him? While Twitter has launched many once-obscure wits to social prominence, Joseph — the National Security Council staffer fired this week when he was revealed as the secret author of @natsecwonk — could never benefit from a growing fan base.
Why are there so many yellow taxis in the world?
Bumblebee-bright, a yellow taxicab blurs across Times Square: an instantly recognizable and infinitely reproduced symbol of New York City. But New York cab companies weren't the first to paint their vehicles the now iconic yellow, a popular taxi color in many parts of the country and the world.
VIDEO: "Daily Show" sparks local controversy
A Republican North Carolina precinct official resigned on Thursday, after The Daily Show aired a segment on the state's voter ID law.
VIDEO: Time-lapse videos capture stunning S.D. skies
Randy Halverson has created several time-lapse videos showcasing stunning images of South Dakota's night sky. Using still photographs pieced together, Halverson creates videos featuring the stars and moon set against breathtaking views.
E-cigarette marketing seen threatened under FDA scrutiny
The $1.5 billion U.S. electronic- cigarette industry has tripled sales this year with the help of TV ads, Nascar sponsorships and product giveaways. Government regulation may now threaten those marketing tactics.
VIDEO: Boy Scout leaders destroy millions-year-old rock formation
Three Boy Scout leaders from Utah could face felony charges after destroying a 200 million-year-old rock formation in Goblin Valley State Park. The men posted the video to Facebook and can be heard saying, 'we have now modified Goblin Valley and a new Goblin Valley exists.'
Ancient skulls suggests one lineage for early human ancestors
A "time capsule" from 1.8 million years ago, located in Dmanisi, Georgia, shows variations among five human skulls from that period that suggest long-debated distinctions about early human development may be overblown.
VIDEO: Hemp harvest first in U.S. since 1958
Dozens of volunteer harvesters and hemp advocates descended on a field in remote southwestern Colorado to help harvest the first acknowledged commercial crop of hemp since 1958.
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