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Dad abandons son after mistaken paternity test

A hospital in Italy has been ordered by local courts to pay €50,000 ($69,000 USD) after a 14-year-old boy's father abandoned him over a mistaken paternity test.

Study: Mobile security market to top $4.5B in 2014

As consumers continue to shift away from PCs to mobile, the market for mobile security is expected to break records in 2014, according to a new report by Visiongain, a London-based research firm.

Veolia expands water treatment services to mining industry

Veolia Environnement SA (VIE), Europe’s largest water utility, plans to double sales to the mining industry to $2.1 billion by 2020.

Op-Ed: Legacy of Hate: Can Westboro Baptist survive Fred Phelps' death?

Since 84-year-old Fred Phelps, founder and former leader of the twisted organization that calls itself the Westboro Baptist Church, passed away late Wednesday evening, many people are breathing a sigh of relief.

Op-Ed: How Albertsons' purchase of Safeway benefits shoppers

Last week, Albertsons parent company Cerberus Capital Management announced that it will buy Safeway in a definitive merger agreement valued at over $9.1 billion.

Op-Ed: American Airlines shows companies can avoid laying off workers

American Airlines' recent decision to avoid laying off 400 employees at two maintenance facilities shows companies can adopt flexible plans that keep its workers employed.

White House hosts student film festival

This past Friday, the White House hosted its first-ever student film festival, recognizing nearly 2,500 films made by elementary and high school students across the country.

Study: Congested cities to see less car sales

Traffic congestion in urban cities in China, Brazil and Russia will cause a 30 million-vehicle annual decline in auto sales by 2035, according to a new joint study by IHS Automotive and Groupe Futuribles.

New gaming app seeks to cure cancer

A new game for smartphones introduced by Cancer Research UK has players analyzing real cancer data with the goal of helping scientists find potential treatments.

Autopsy reveals more questions than answers in Hoffman case

After the body of Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found in his Manhattan apartment Sunday, officials said an autopsy was performed Monday.

FAA grounds flying beer drone; cites lack of legal precedent

If you’re like many of today’s consumers, you might be counting down the days until an Amazon Drone, which was first unveiled in December, delivers your latest online purchase to your door.

Google's purchase of Nest raises privacy concerns

Google's recent acquisition of Nest Labs for $3.2 billion is raising privacy concerns among security experts and the tech industry. The automation company makes smoke detectors, thermostats, and smart devices that connect to the Internet.

Op-Ed: CES 2014 — Tech firms bet on miniaturized audio systems

At CES 2014 held this month, tech firms unveiled a recent trend in home entertainment: the miniaturization of audio systems.

Family discovers woman's death on Facebook after tragic fire Special

When 45-year-old Leah Tarkington passed away on Jan. 16, there was confusion about her death. Tarkington's body had been found inside a shed in the yard of her father’s home after firefighters extinguished a large fire late that afternoon.

PayPal launches mobile payment service in Asia

This week PayPal's Asia Pacific division took a leap forward in online payment system technology – one that could change the way you pay for nearly everything.

Man takes ex to court for return of $40K family heirloom ring

When Owen Muir asked Stephanie Foley to marry him in August of 2012, neither could have known that less than two years later, they’d be going to court over the expensive family heirloom diamond ring he presented to her.

Polar vortex: Midwest deep freeze disrupts business, travel, life

As an arctic blast bore down on the U.S. Midwest this week, residents experienced the coldest temperatures the area has seen in 20 years.

Man calls baby 'n-word' and assaults him on plane, gets 8 months

Idaho City - Remember that guy who got arrested for slapping a toddler on a plane last February? He will spend the next eight months incarcerated, a judge decided Monday.

Soft porn on CBS? FCC flooded with complaints on '2 Broke Girls'

Jokes about anal sex, girl-on-girl porn and forced fellatio are common on the CBS hit-comedy 2 Broke Girls, and while the show boasts ratings that helped salvage the network’s Monday-night lineup, some viewers have had enough.

Mary Jane's first dance in Colorado rakes in more than $1 million

Denver - Recreational marijuana sales became legal in Colorado on Jan. 1, and pot shops reported record sales compared to the days of medical marijuana.
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