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U.S. jobless claims tumble to three-month low

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected and hit a three-month low last week, a sign of strength in a labor market that has been hobbled by severe weather.

Goodwill fires cashier for giving discounts to poor people

Naples - A cashier at Goodwill was fired for giving half off discounts to the poorest customers of the store. The store at first considered filing grand theft charges against the teenager it had fired but then decided not to.

6 sleep mistakes mom's make

You are how you sleep. It's the one-third of your life that most affects the two others. Of course, when your kids are young and you need lots of energy to get through the day, getting a good night's rest can be challenging.

The Godfather The Don’s Edition: A Mob Moment in History - Brought to you From the Family

"St. Valentine's Day wasn't all candy and roses. Seven known members of George 'Bugs' Moran's gang were shot and killed on the North Side of Chicago in what police have dubbed the "St. Valentine's Day Massacre." According to reports, the Moran mobster...

To Jim Carrey, 23 is much more than a number

"It started out for me with a friend of mine in Canada, who handed it down to me," Carrey says in explaining his fascination with 23. "He was seeing it everywhere, adding up licence plates and other things. He had a book of 23 (phenomena) ... I said he...

Convicted priest yet to go to prison

A Catholic priest admit forcing a 5-year-old boy to perform sex acts on him and has not done a day in jail.

Smith willed estate to son, now dead

A 2001 will was read, leaving everything to her son to be held in trust by Stern.

Anna Nicole's Belongings Turned in to Sheriff's Station

Items stolen from Anna Nicole Smiths home was turned into a South Carolina Sheriff's Office.

Pet rat passes disease to Tumwater veterinarian

A pet rat gave a vet a disease that usually attacks dogs and cats.

Woman fights to sue pathologist

An Ontario woman is sueing a pathologist for mistakes made during the death of her daughter stating witness immunity from lawsuits should not protect those who do flawed investigations.

Dead Silence, from the producers of Saw

I was wondering when they were going to start making rip offs of the goosebump books.

The Bourne Supremacy trilogy to become games

Based on the film series that began with 2002's The Bourne Identity, the third film in the series, The Bourne Ultimatum, is due out this August. Publisher Vivendi Universal Games is in the driver's seat to make the games (the films come from Universal Stu

Italians to play soccer with no fans

Only six soccer stadiums in Italy meet security requirements, meaning that league games in other arenas will be played without fans.

14 year term given to man who beat wife

A man was sentenced 14 years in prison and ordered to stay away from his estranged wife and their two daughters for the next 22 years because of what a judge described as Collins' "secret reign of terror" on them.

NASA wants to know if there are 'lessons to be learned'

NASA officials said Wednesday it will review psychological screening assessments of astronauts after the recent arrest of Lisa Nowak, who is charged with attempted first degree murder.

Astronaut Lisa Nowak to undergo NASA medical and psychological testing

Astronaut Lisa Nowak was taken to the Johnson Space Center in Houston Wednesday for a medical evaluation, which would also include a psychological evaluation, NASA said.

Heck No! (I'll Never Listen To Techno), a stop motion animation useing litebright.

This is amazing, it even has a clay version of george bush

Publishers cater to growing use of MP3s for schoolwork

Lindleigh Whetstone wears headphones as she shoves clothes into the washing machine. Her classmate, Stepheno Zollos, wears them as he shops for groceries. An onlooker might assume the teens are listening to the latest top 40 hit, but they're really learni

Ontario man rescued trying to raft across Niagara River to U.S.; faces charges

A Canadian man was rescued from the Niagara River after trying to cross into the United States in the middle of the night in a rubber raft.

Family takes search for daughter to Sin City

A family is searching for their daughter who disappeared almost a year ago. The search is taking them to Las Vegas.

Face Blindness

Imagine an entire day of seeing faces -- friends, co-workers, even family -- but not being able to retain those images in your mind. For 48-year-old Kiki Latimer, each time she sees someone is often like the first time. She has face blindness.

How to Clean an LCD monitor

Apple offers a simple three-step guide for cleaning your LCD monitor.

Newfoundland man is Twice connected to murder

newfoundland Man acquitted in B.C. was once a suspect in Newfoundland slayings

How to make those first impressions count

Basically, it boils down to five basic things to remember: watch your entrance, give a firm handshake, note your posture, tone down nervous arm gestures, and watch what other people are doing ("mirroring").

Quebec welfare recipents and seniors will be able to have free drugs

The Quebec government has announced a new drug plan that will provide welfare recipients and seniors with free prescription drugs starting in July.

Canadian Government inks $3.4 Billion deal to buy Boeing jets

The government of Canada has finally inked a $3.4-billion deal with Boeing Co. to buy four C-17 Globemasters

How to ask a man on a date

[b]How to ask a man on a date[/b]

How to kiss someone passionately

[b]How to kiss someone passionately[/b]

How not to get your @ss kicked by the police

Chris takes us through this wonderful guide

MS Employee Claims HD-DVD took Eight months to develop

To give you an idea of the blood, sweat, and tears that went into the Xbox 360 HD-DVD player
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