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A UPS driver delivers packages from Amazon in Palo Alto, Calif. A new report says that the fiscal distress that gripped states in the years following the recession has largely eased. Comment?
The women's golfers at North Dakota State say they're often pegged as members of a winter sports team, given the fact that most of them are measured in the 5-foot-10 range and look like they haven't seen the sun. Comment?
DataHero's tool can spin up a data visualization in a matter of minutes. Anyone who's been tasked with creating a pesky pivot table for work will breathe a sign of relief. Comment?
Which is odder: That Amazon, the Kindle company, hired a guy named Kindel to head up a new stealth mobile development project? Or that Amazon hired a Windows phone guy to head a mobile project? That's what's happened. Comment?
Every year since 1995, upon the suggestion of Loser and racing enthusiast Mike Hammer, we've presented a list of horses eligible for that year's Triple Crown and asked you to "breed" any two and name their "foal" based on a clever combination of their names. Comment?
In this Feb. 15, 2012 file photo, a Stanford University student walks in front of Hoover Tower on the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto, Calif. Comment?
The American Council on Education planned to announce Thursday that it is recommending degree credit for five undergraduate courses offered by Coursera, a Palo Alto-based company that provides "massive open online courses" from leading universities. Comment?
Hylton junior quarterback Travon McMillian has been sitting on several ACC offers for months but got a recent uptick in his recruitment when two Southeastern Conference schools, Tennessee and Auburn , extended offers. Comment?
The trouble started when Tom King's cellphone died on his way to a job interview last year. Comment?
Bo Preising, Suitable Technologies' vice president of engineering, at left, talks with fellow engineers, Josh Faust, center on screen, and Josh Tyler, on screen at right, both using a Beam remote presence system in Palo Alto, Calif., Wednesday, Dec. Comment?