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Winning $590.5 million Powerball lottery ticket sold in Florida
A single winning ticket for a record Powerball lottery jackpot was sold in Florida.
National Weather Service gets big computing boost
The National Weather Service is getting a boost that will significantly improve its forecasting abilities.
Google+ struggles to attract brands
Businesses don't seem to be catching on to Google+.
Lower DUI limit to 0.05% blood-alcohol level, NTSB says
The top transportation safety agency voted to recommend a lower blood alcohol limit for drivers.
ABC to start first streaming of live broadcast shows
Disney's ABC network will become the first broadcast network to stream its shows live online.
Modern Etiquette: When a colleague is abusing alcohol
The lovely dinner meeting with my colleague turned out to be a bad dream.
Colorado legislature votes to tax recreational marijuana
The Colorado legislature passed a bill to establish the first tax ever collected on marijuana.
Video game maker drops gun makers, not their guns
Gun manufacturers and videogame makers are delicately navigating their relationships.
Senate passes internet tax bill; fight expected in House
The Senate voted overwhelmingly to give states the power to enforce their sales tax laws online.
They're back: 17-year cicadas to swarm
Colossal numbers of cicadas, unhurriedly growing underground since 1996, are about to emerge.
Starving Jamestown settlers turned to cannibalism in 1609: study
New evidence has revealed Jamestown settlers resorted to cannibalism to survive the harsh winter of 1609.
FDA approves Plan B for girls as young as 15
The USDA said it would allow a morning after pill to be sold to girls as young as 15 years old.