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After 23M rides, U.S. bike share program rolls on

Experts say no fatalities have been logged in any U.S. public bike share program since the first one launched in 2007.

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Amazon stops some Disney pre-orders

Amazon.com has halted pre-orders of some Disney movies, in what appears to be another contract dispute.

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Fitness experts cut to the core, target the center of power

Whether it is running, swimming, weight lifting or aerobics, fitness experts say the center of all exercise routines is the core.

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Need to save a life? There’s an app for that

A new app could help cardiac arrest victims get CPR from a good Samaritan before medical responders arrive.

health

WHO: Ebola an international health emergency

West Africa's Ebola epidemic is an "extraordinary event" and now constitutes an international health risk.

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Staying safe online

With the news that a Russian hacker ring has amassed some 1.2 billion username and password combinations, it's a good time to review ways to protect yourself online.

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Working moms have new breastfeeding rights under the ACA

Under the Affordable Care Act, employers must provide time and space for new mothers to express milk for their babies.

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‘Selfie,’ ‘Hashtag’ can score points in Scrabble

It's been a decade since the Scrabble dictionary was last updated, but now you can score with 21st century words like "bromance."

veggies

Hybrid ‘kalette’ combines kale, Brussels sprouts

Eating kale or Brussels sprouts might make some people gag, but a British company is hoping a hybrid mix of the two veggies will appeal to U.S. taste buds.

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In San Fran, a million won’t buy you much

In the souped-up world of San Francisco real estate, $1 million will barely cover the cost of an 800-square-foot starter home.

Fly Fido to the moon in space send-off for deceased pets

A Texas company is offering a unique send off for beloved pets by placing their remains in a capsule and blasting them off into space.

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Adults embrace art, science sleepovers

Kids have been sleeping overnight in museums across the country for years and now adults are getting in on the fun.

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CHART TOPPERS: This week’s top rock tracks

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LISTEN: This week's top rock tracks, according to the latest Billboard charts.

in Music

Robert Plant urges Jimmy Page to give up Led Zeppelin reunion

2012 Kennedy Center Honorees and members of the band Led Zeppelin, from left, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Robert Plant chat on the red carpet after arriving at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors Performance and Gala Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012 at the State Department in Washington.

Robert Plant has urged his former Led Zeppelin bandmate Jimmy Page to end his war of words with the singer and concentrate on recording new music.

in Weird

Groom turns canceled wedding into charity benefit

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A Pittsburgh man whose wedding was called off is making the best of the situation. Instead of getting married he's raising thousands for charity.

in Weird

From Texas, where everything is bigger, the 99-pack of beer

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Invite the whole neighborhood to your cookout, because you're going to have plenty of beer.

in Weird

Australian farmers could have world’s woolliest sheep

Six-year-old Shaun the merino sheep may be the world's woolliest sheep. He had likely never been shorn in his life, but was due to have a date with the clippers in the next few days, farmers said.

Shaun the sheep was found wandering the Australian countryside with what is estimated to be a 55 lb coat.