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Nick Denton Steps Down As Gawker's President

But he will remain CEO of the media company that he built, and be part of a seven-member managing partnership. He said he wanted to spend more time blogging.

A Crowd Of Scientists Finds A Better Way To Predict Seizures

The winners of an online competition identified electrical patterns in the brain that often precede a seizure. The victors included a mathematician and an engineer, but no doctor.

Doctors Lag In Adopting Cheaper, Faster Radiation For Breast Cancer

Three weeks of radiation works just as well as six weeks for most women with early stage breast cancer. But doctors have been slow to make that switch. Money may be one big reason why, a study says.

Why The President Wants To Give Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars To Toddlers

Today's White House summit on early education highlights public and philanthropic partnerships to support high-quality learning opportunities for young children.

Alan Rusbridger, Editor Of 'Guardian,' To Step Down

He is best known in the U.S. for shepherding the newspaper through its coverage of Edward Snowden's leaks of classified material. He will become the chair of the trust that runs the Guardian.

Detroit's Bankruptcy Is Over, Michigan's Governor Says

The city's bankruptcy, the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, will end at 12:01 a.m. ET Thursday, Gov. Rick Snyder said. The city filed for bankruptcy on July 18, 2013.

'Pineapple Express' Forecast To Drench The Parched West Coast

Some parts of California are expected to receive up to 9 inches of rain. Parts of Washington state may see more than 10 inches. That would be the most rain the region has gotten since 2009.

Cheap Crops Mean Tight Times For Midwest's Fledgling Farmers

Recent years were a good time to invest for beginning farmers, who run a quarter of U.S. farms. But with some crop prices crashing, paying back debts may require hard conversations and delayed dreams.

Palestinian Minister Dies In West Bank Protest Against Israel

The circumstances surrounding Ziad Abu Ein's death are unclear. Medics say he died from exposure to tear gas. Israel said it will examine his body jointly with Jordanian and Palestinian pathologists.

Begun The Christmas Tree War Has

When it comes to Christmas trees like just about everything else America is split.