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'I don't think anyone will be sleeping indoors'

CNN World - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 12:12pm
On Tuesday, the ground shook. Again.
Categories: International News

Extreme selfie fans get their own drone

Business News - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 12:01pm
With his hand outstretched, a small drone resting in his palm, Antoine Balaresque looks like a falconer.

Zimmerman's encounters with the law

CNN - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 11:37am
Two years ago, George Zimmerman was acquitted on a murder charge in the killing of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin. At the time, some thought Zimmerman would keep a low profile.
Categories: National News

Text therapy startup raises $9.5 million

Business News - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 11:34am
Investors believe in the value of textual healing.

3 things every investor should do right now

Business News - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 11:10am
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Brokaw: Brian Williams trying to decide how to respond

Business News - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 11:09am
Brian Williams is figuring out how "he's going to respond" to the controversy that has sidelined his career, according to his predecessor at NBC News.

43-story jump will take your breath away

CNN World - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 11:08am
Parkour stuntman Oleg Sherstyachenko leaps across pillars 43 stories above Dubai with nothing to protect him from a fatal fall. He posts more videos here: Inastagram@olegcricket and www.bankai-show.com/en/en
Categories: International News

Why won't Vatican recognize French ambassador?

CNN World - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 11:06am
A dispute is brewing between France and the Vatican over the sexual orientation of their appointment of an ambassador to the church. CNN's Jim Bittermann reports.
Categories: International News

National Police Week 2015

CNN - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 10:56am
National Police Week pays tribute to officers who have died in the line of duty. See pictures from this year's memorials and related events.
Categories: National News

Where do Millennials want to work? Not at corporations

Business News - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 10:42am
Hey, Corporate America. It appears that many Millennials -- that tsunami of future workers -- don't really want to work for you. At least not the newest college graduates.

Tips for Finding Summer Activities for Kids

Lifestyles - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 10:41am
Five words or less(NewsUSA) - We all know they're coming . . . the dog days of summer. As parents, we love having the kiddos home and the absence of the daily grind of the bus, lunch-making and homework, but with every upside, there is a downside. And for kids in the summer, it's boredom! For this reason, parents spend a good amount of time searching and registering their kids for activities to keep them engaged and out of trouble. With so many options available, where do you start? Where do you find activities that are of interest to your kids, while also being kind to your wallet? A good place to start is online. There are some great parent resources available that provide parents the opportunity to search different activities -- all relevant to your child. For instance, ACTIVEkids.com is an easy-to-use website for parents to discover and register kids for activities, classes and camps. ACTIVEkids enables parents to find a broad spectrum of activities from art seminars to dance classes to local summer camps -- search by gender, age and interests to find activities that are the most relevant to parent and child. It has a database of more than 120,000 activities nationwide and serves kids ages four to 18. Another option is the local YMCA. If you're not familiar with the YMCA in your area, we suggest you check it out. It's a great family organization for kids and adults of all ages. Their programs focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Many local locations offer health and fitness programs that help children (and adults) to increase energy, decrease stress, prevent illness, maintain a healthy lifestyle and just enjoy quality time with family and friends. The Y offers a number of different summer programs that promote positive self-esteem, good decision making and self-help and care. There are likely to be one or two great options for your child. The recreation department in your town is another great place to look for activities -- and they are usually very affordable. Most towns offer programs from tennis and swim lessons to painting and music classes. The programs are usually run by local experts and are located right in town. Plus, if you coordinate with some friends, you might be able to catch a morning break that can be enjoyed and filled with some "you" time. Wherever you go to find fun, engaging activities for your kids, just make sure you remember to carve out some simple, relaxing family time, too. The summers fly by much faster than the school year.

Tips for Finding Summer Activities for Kids

NEWSUSA - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 10:41am
Five words or less

(NewsUSA) - We all know they're coming . . . the dog days of summer. As parents, we love having the kiddos home and the absence of the daily grind of the bus, lunch-making and homework, but with every upside, there is a downside. And for kids in the summer, it's boredom!

For this reason, parents spend a good amount of time searching and registering their kids for activities to keep them engaged and out of trouble. With so many options available, where do you start? Where do you find activities that are of interest to your kids, while also being kind to your wallet?

A good place to start is online. There are some great parent resources available that provide parents the opportunity to search different activities -- all relevant to your child.

For instance, ACTIVEkids.com is an easy-to-use website for parents to discover and register kids for activities, classes and camps. ACTIVEkids enables parents to find a broad spectrum of activities from art seminars to dance classes to local summer camps -- search by gender, age and interests to find activities that are the most relevant to parent and child. It has a database of more than 120,000 activities nationwide and serves kids ages four to 18.

Another option is the local YMCA. If you're not familiar with the YMCA in your area, we suggest you check it out. It's a great family organization for kids and adults of all ages. Their programs focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Many local locations offer health and fitness programs that help children (and adults) to increase energy, decrease stress, prevent illness, maintain a healthy lifestyle and just enjoy quality time with family and friends.

The Y offers a number of different summer programs that promote positive self-esteem, good decision making and self-help and care. There are likely to be one or two great options for your child.

The recreation department in your town is another great place to look for activities -- and they are usually very affordable. Most towns offer programs from tennis and swim lessons to painting and music classes. The programs are usually run by local experts and are located right in town. Plus, if you coordinate with some friends, you might be able to catch a morning break that can be enjoyed and filled with some "you" time.

Wherever you go to find fun, engaging activities for your kids, just make sure you remember to carve out some simple, relaxing family time, too. The summers fly by much faster than the school year.

Chrysler SUVs fare poorly in crash test

Business News - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 10:37am
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Kim Jong Un ordered aunt killed?

CNN World - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 10:33am
Mr. Park shifts uncomfortably in his seat. As one of the most senior North Korean officials to ever defect, he was preparing to tell the ugly truth about the regime he served faithfully for decades.
Categories: International News

Nepal's second quake piles on the pain

Business News - Tue, 05/12/2015 - 10:11am
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