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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.
Five wild moments of fan interference in the MLB postseason
What makes a baseball fan throw caution to the wind and risk life and limb when a ball is hit within 50 feet of him? We're not sure, but we do know that there have been many instances over the years where the action on the field has spilled into the stands. With baseball's postseason upon us, here are some especially noteworthy instances of fan interference.
VIDEO: 'Bionic man' controls artificial leg with thoughts
With the help of a bionic leg connected to his own nerves, one amputee is on his way back to walking.
Apples really can help keep the doctor away
Apples don't get the same buzz as popular "superfruits" such as goji berries, acai berries or pomegranates. But don't overlook them.
Dog who helped search for tornado victims honored
His name is Bond. He is courageous and confident, renowned for his search and rescue work. But unlike the fictional secret agent known as 007, this Bond has four legs and a silky fur.
Is Google wrecking our memory?
Is the Internet ruining our ability to remember facts? If you've ever lunged for your smartphone during a bar argument, then you've no doubt felt the nagging fear that your in-brain memory is slowly draining away.
Beware of emerging market currencies
You know the old one-liner jokes that start with “You know you’re in trouble when … .” Now we can add one from the world of finance: You know you’re in trouble when the Greek stock market beats your stock market.
VIDEO: 'BatDad' teaches children lessons in Vine videos
'BatDad' is the latest must-see Vine account. This father of four dons his Batman mask to teach his kids about everything from punctuality to etiquette.
Coaching legends rank their top 25
Alabama held on to the top spot in the Legends Poll, after a slate of lackluster games over the weekend. The first eight teams did not change order from last week's poll.
If your desk is a mess, you must be a genius
According to a new study, the mental disruption inflicted by a messy space "can produce fresh insights," but it can also relax crucial internal codes.
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