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Slate: Your laser pointer is probably illegal
A new study shows a majority of the dinky laser pointers on the market exceed the power level limits set by the Code of Federal Regulations, which means a whole lot of twerps out there wield far more retina-burning power than they should.
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.
Firefighters rescue dog that fell through ice on small pond
A morning stroll almost proved fatal for Lola the Lab. She ventured out onto a small pond when ice gave way.
Want to try 3D design? Now you can
Shapeways.com is one of the first Internet companies to jump into the 3D printing industry and offer a way for everyday consumers to take advantage of it.
VIDEO: Newly elected Pope Francis waves to crowd
Newly-elected Pope Francis--Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina--waves to an adoring crowd at the Vatican.
West Virginia community considers pit bull ban
Serious injury to the town's animal control officer a week ago has moved a West Virginia community to consider outlawing ownership of pit bulls.
VIDEO: Parking lot 'puddle' deceives teen
What can only be described as a cruel joke, a few guys challenge their friend to jump in what they all thought was a puddle in a "Family Dollar" parking lot.
VIDEO: Hooters ball girl gives fair ball to fan
A Hooters ball girl picks up a fair ball and tosses it to a fan at a Philadelphia Phillies spring training game.
In trying times, defense companies turn to women
General Dynamics, BAE Systems and Lockheed Martin have defied a long history of male-dominated culture and appointed female chief executives.
- 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.
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