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Tracking your child's school bus
A startup Massachusetts company is testing GPS technology to tell parents where their child's school bus is and when it will arrive at the bus stop.
VIDEO: Another Carnival cruise ship loses power
Carnival has announced that it will fly all the passengers aboard another crippled cruise ship home.
- 2013's best cars for families U.S. News & World Report has announced its awards for the 2013 Best Cars for Families. Check out the winners in 19 categories, from compact cars to SUVs.
What does that say? Hagel's handwriting mocked
Newly minted Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel signed off on a letter to a former Senate colleague this week with a scrawly, nearly illegible version of his signature.
What your Facebook likes say about you
Researchers found that the pages people like can be surprisingly revealing about basic details.
- 5 facts about Daylight Saving Time Don't forget to set your clocks ahead an hour before going to bed Saturday night, and check out these other Daylight Saving Time facts.
Think you're too old to start a new business? Think again.
The Mark Zuckerbergs of the world made a lot of people believe that most of today’s successful startups are created by tech-savvy students in their 20s. In actuality, most successful businesses are started by entrepreneurs between the ages of 30 to 49, according to new research.
Slate: Boys forward more sexts than girls
Last month, law enforcement officers and school administrators launched an effort to crack down on sexting in one Cincinnati-area high school. Hundreds of students are suspected of distributing nude photos of their classmates via cellphones and the Internet. Just 10 girls will face discipline — the ones whose images have circulated most widely.
How to prevent food-borne illnesses
According to the CDC, each year one in six Americans become sick from food-borne illnesses, 128,000 need to be hospitalized and 3,000 people lose their lives.
Finally graduating at 106 years old
Fred Butler, the city’s oldest resident, was presented with an honorary high school diploma in a ceremony in the Beverly High School library.
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