Real world lessons from 'Walking Dead'
In the TV series "The Walking Dead," the characters inhabit a world overrun by zombies - specifically, zombies caused by a mysterious virus that has apparently infected everyone in the population.
Study finds surgery beats obesity better than diet, exercise
LONDON - Weight-loss surgery is more effective than diet and exercise as a treatment for obesity, according to a review of health studies involving almost 800 people.
Apple introduces feather-light iPad
Apple this week introduced its first new iPads in a year, and they're mostly about what people expected, with two exceptions.
8 tips for 'winterizing' your ride
Some regions of the U.S. have already experiencing their first snowfall of the year, which means it's time to start thinking about prepping cars for cold weather and treacherous road conditions.
Balloon released in Indiana boy's memory makes unlikely flight
A balloon released by classmates of an Indiana child who died of brain cancer makes an improbable, 800-mile journey to another schoolyard in New England.
A brief history of fake blood
Movie gore has come a long way since the first "Carrie." What
pumpsthrough our veins hasn't changed a drop, but what goes in those buckets has been reformulated again and again.
Fiat 500L adds space, practicality to fun Italian design
If you haven't seen it in person, you might assume the Fiat 500L is an ever-so-slightly larger version of the Fiat 500, the cute, lovable Italian car that's one of the smallest vehicles on the road. But that one letter makes a huge difference.
Apple to debut new iPads as tablet rivals crowd maturing market
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple is upgrading its iPad lineup to fend off a growing list of competitors, which are introducing their own tablets at lower prices with snazzier features.
Google cameras capture a walk through Arlington National Cemetery
ARLINGTON, Va. - The walk through Arlington National Cemetery on a beautiful October day was being captured by Google for anyone to experience with a few keystrokes or the swipe of a smartphone screen.
WASHINGTON: Love without an algorithm? One matchmaker proven wrong
WASHINGTON - When Aaron Schildkrout co-founded HowAboutWe.com, he envisioned it to be something very different than the other online dating sites. But since its founding in 2009, HowAboutWe has evolved to depend more on formulas, not less.
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