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The company's stock closed above $700 billion for the first time.
It's the latest chapter of a long-running debate about whether fat is the true culprit in the global obesity epidemic.
A report says automakers are cramming cars with wireless technology, but they have failed to protect against hackers.
The jackpot is one of the biggest in the lottery's history.
The 92-year-old had been quietly amassing an $8 million fortune.
Tweets will be visible in Google search results as soon as they are posted.
Thousands of strangers have donated money to a factory worker who walks more than 20 miles during his daily commute.
A measles outbreak has rekindled discussion on the right of parents to forgo vaccines.
Guys, if you want to get the girl, try bringing flowers — to her mother.
The average diabetes patient now spends $2,790 more per year than they did in 1987.
Researchers say it could give kids an early preference for foods that to obesity and high blood pressure.
While the gladiators of the NFL are clashing in Phoenix, the titans of food will be fighting for supremacy at spreads across the country.
The change in the definition of broadband means nearly a fifth of Americans lack access to high-speed Internet.
Critics say e-cigarettes are addictive, lead to nicotine poisoning among children, and threaten to unravel the reduction of tobacco use.
Snapchat has partnered with CNN, ESPN and others to compete with Facebook and Twitter.
National outreach programs hope to turn kids on to an old art form and injecting an aging, shrinking fan base with new life.