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Dustin Diamond acquitted of reckless endangerment in...

A jury in Wisconsin found actor Dustin Diamond not guilty of reckless endangerment for his role in a Christmas Day barroom altercation but convicted him on concealed weapon and disorderly conduct charges.

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Google, Levi's to make smart clothing that interacts...

Google and Levi's are teaming up to make digitally connected clothing, literally, smarty pants. The company's Advanced Technology and Projects group is working on fabric that can sense touch gestures.

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President declares flood disaster in Texas

[Breaking news update at 12:15 a.m. Eastern Saturday] President declares major disaster exists in Texas.

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The great umbilical cord-cutting debate

For the layperson, a few minutes might tick by without a second thought, but those precious minutes after a baby is born could be beneficial for newborns later in life, some doctors say.

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Why do South Asian children win spelling bees?

Many South Asian-American children practice spelling at home and hone their skills by competing regularly in spelling contests, helping them win the national spelling bee eight years in a row.

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UCF to modify kiddie cars for toddlers with disabilities

University of Central Florida will modify motorized toy vehicles for children with specail needs.

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Time Inc. erecting pay walls beginning with...

Making its web sites more like its print magazines, Time Inc. is introducing a partial pay wall, beginning with Entertainment Weekly's site.

The company says it's hoping to "accelerate revenue growth" and find out more about what its web readers want.

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Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch can be yours for $100M

Neverland, the California ranch that Michael Jackson turned into his own private zoo, can now be yours for a cool $100 million - chimps not included.

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Crime drops at English resort town after mankini ban

A surfer and partygoer destination in England has banned the infamous "Borat" mankini, and officials say the measure has helped curb crime.

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New Yorkers primed for 'Manhattanhenge'

New Yorkers are famously jaded -- they'll walk past a man in a bunny suit, juggling chainsaws -- but don't be surprised if you see throngs of them on street corners this weekend, aiming smartphone cameras toward New Jersey.

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