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The North Lawn of the White House, on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 in Washington.

White House unveils plan to fight antibiotic-resistant germs

The White House announce a five-year plan to fight drug-resistant germs.

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Eyes on the road: AAA says distracted driving worse than we thought

You know how some people insist they can drive safely — even while they fiddle with their smartphones or other electronic devices? They can't.

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Bill would create organic-style labels for modified foods

House Republicans are proposing a new government certification for foods free of genetically modified ingredients.

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Parents increasingly seeking urban lifestyles for kids

Along the way, they're pushing cities to be more welcoming of families.

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Are passwords past their prime?

Could having a password become passé?

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When it comes to e-cigs, Big Tobacco is concerned for your health

Big tobacco companies have pushed for a range of controls on e-cigarettes, including health warnings, restricted sales, and scientific testing requirements.

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Amazon to start experimenting with drones

The Seattle company had asked the FAA for permission to fly drones for package deliveries last July.

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Internet Explorer on its way out

The browser is about get bumped — not by a rival, but by Microsoft itself.

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Starbucks delivery coming this year

If you live in Seattle or NYC, you won't have to leave your home or office to get your Frappuccino fix.

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Pay me with Facebook

The social media giant will soon let users send money to friends via Messenger.

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Championship reveals the real big cheese

The largest cheese, butter, and yogurt competition in the nation is underway in Milwaukee.

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It’s cool to be kind at this high school

Acts of kindness have become the cool thing to do at Independence High School in Tennessee.

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As Keurig coffee share grows, so does environmental controversy

Single-serve coffee maker Keurig Green Mountain says it now controls about a third of retail sales in the U.S. coffee market.

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Survey: Young adults do consume news – in their own way

Young adults have had a reputation for being connected to one another and disconnected from the news.

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At odds with Google, U.S. seeks new rule on computer access

The government wants to make it easier to locate and hack into computers in criminal investigations.

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Google’s safe browsing system targets ‘unwanted software’

Get ready to see more red warning signs online.

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Should soda carry a warning label?

There are warning labels on ads for smokes and booze -- and soon there could such labels for soda.

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‘Dancing Man’ gets revenge on bullies with epic dance party

A charity bash will honor a man who was bullied online when footage of his dance moves went viral.

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Will the Apple Watch transform wearable tech?

The watch will launch in April with prices ranging from $349 to a whopping $10,000.

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Ice bikes: The new way to travel in snow-covered NY

Ice bikes are gaining traction in the bitter cold.

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No. 2 seed Tennessee beats No. 11 Gonzaga in overtime

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Tennessee beat Gonzaga 73-69 in overtime on Saturday to advance to the Spokane Regional final of the NCAA Tournament.

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Mariners prospect Victor Sanchez passes away

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Seattle Mariners pitching prospect Victor Sanchez passed away in Venezuela, the club announced Saturday.

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Kentucky remains undefeated after beating Notre Dame & moves on to Final Four

Kentucky's Trey Lyles, left, and Karl-Anthony Towns, right, listen to Willie Cauley-Stein during the team's news conference at the NCAA men's basketball tournament regional, Friday, March 27, 2015, in Cleveland. Kentucky plays Notre Dame in the final Saturday, hoping to extend their unbeaten streak and reach the Final Four.

Andrew Harrison hit two free throws with six seconds left as the Wildcats survived a 68-66 win over third seed Notre Dame.

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10-man FC Dallas holds off the Sounders

FC Dallas's Michel celebrates as he jogs to midfield after scoring on a penalty kick against the Vancouver Whitecaps in the second half of an MLS playoff soccer match, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, in Frisco, Texas. FC Dallas won 2-1.

FC Dallas played with 10 men for the majority of the night, the Seattle Sounders failed to capitalize and the match ended in a scoreless draw Saturday night.

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Wisconsin heads to Final Four after win over Arizona

Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach Bo Ryan works with the team during the first round of the NCAA Midwest Regional basketball game in Omaha, Neb., Thursday, March 20, 2008

The Badgers (35-3) denied the Wildcats (34-4) a Final Four berth for the second straight year, having beaten them by one point in overtime in Anaheim a year ago when their seeds were reversed.