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Hurricane Arthur Is No Match For Man In Ocean With Facebook

Richard Neal, of Mint Hill., N.C., chronicled the storm from his point of view, which was a pretty darn good one.

Calif. Town Thrusts Heated Immigration Debate Into National Spotlight

As protesters block buses full of detainees from entering a border patrol station, many Murrieta residents say the federal government is the real root of the problem.

Dance Of Human Evolution Was Herky-Jerky, Fossils Suggest

Maybe it was messier than we thought, some scientists now say. Big brains, long legs and long childhoods may have evolved piecemeal in different spots, in response to frequent swings in climate.

Red State Democrats Tread Lightly On Hobby Lobby Ruling

Some Democratic Senate hopefuls have to be more measured than others in their responses to the recent Supreme Court decision.

In A Battle For Web Traffic, Bad Bots Are Going After Grandma

"Bad" Web bots are going after everyone they can, but why? Because by hijacking Grandma's computer, they make it look as if she visits a site often, thus making the site more valuable to advertisers.

Authors Take Opposite Sides On Hachette, Amazon Spat

Bestsellers published by traditional means accused Amazon of "unfair pricing." Self-published authors penned a stinging critique of traditional publishing.

Richard Mellon Scaife, Philanthropist, Conservative Donor, Dies

The heir to the Mellon banking and oil fortune revealed in May that he had been diagnosed with cancer. Scaife was 82.

High Court Temporarily Suspends Contraception Mandate For Christian College

The order, which doesn't affect the court's ultimate opinion, drew a scathing dissent from the court's three women.

Surrounded By Digital Distractions, We Can't Even Stop To Think

A study on the wandering mind had a simple request: Just think. But many participants couldn't sit still for very long, and they even were willing to shock themselves to avoid doing nothing.

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