Thursday, August 23, 2012

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Delayed Development: Blame the 20-Something Brain :: Recent research into how the brain develops suggests that people are better equipped to make major life decisions in their late 20s than earlier in the decade.'s_Most_Popular

T-Mobile to Launch Unlimited Data Plan - Wall Street Journal ::

Treetop Hotel Market Puts Tourists Out on a Limb :: For the privileged, tree-high holidays in the wild have long been status symbols. Now, a French nature lover is bringing arboreal abodes down to earth.

Buffett's Move Raises Red Flag :: The Berkshire Hathaway chairman recently terminated credit-default swaps insuring $8.25 billion of municipal debt, a sign some investors say may indicate he has doubts about the state of municipal finances.'s_Most_Popular

In IKEA Catalogs: Less Pine, More Pixels :: For IKEA's new catalogs, computer-generated images aim to save money on marketing costs as photographers are retrained to apply skills to 3-D scenes.'s_Most_Popular

GOP Convention Threatened by Storm :: Tropical storm Isaac could potentially strike Florida, hurricane forecasters say, triggering concern that it could force a postponement or cancellation of the Republican National Convention.'s_Most_Popular

Mo. Rep. Akin touts over $100K raised for Senate - Huffington Post ::

Autism Risk Rises With Fathers' Age :: Older fathers pass on more new genetic mutations to their children than younger dads, increasing the risk of autism, schizophrenia and other diseases.'s_Most_Popular

Former Oil Bandits Collect Cash :: Nigeria is shelling out hundreds of millions of dollars a year to maintain an uneasy calm in the oil-rich delta. But critics say the program has sent young men a different message: that militancy promises more rewards than risks.

Buzz Kill: Europeans Cut Back on Coffee :: Across Southern Europe, consumers are forsaking daily visits to the local café as unemployment, wage cuts and higher taxes slash household budgets.

Greece, Germany at Odds Ahead of Talks :: Germany and Greece spar ahead of a meeting that could decide whether Athens wins a reprieve in its efforts to implement painful economic reforms.

Fed Moving Closer to Action :: The Fed, in minutes of its latest meeting, sent the strongest signal yet that it is preparing new steps to bolster the recovery.'s_Most_Popular

Killer Bug Is Traced at NIH Hospital :: NIH researchers used gene sequencing to track the path of drug-resistant bacteria that left at least six patients dead.'s_Most_Popular

The Secrets of Your iPhone and iPad :: How well do you really know your iPhone? Katherine Boehret on 10 things you might not know your iPhone and iPad can do.'s_Most_Popular

More Firms Bow to Generation Y's Demands :: As millennials enter the workforce, more companies are jumping through hoops to accommodate their demands for promotions and flexible work schedules—much to the annoyance of their older co-workers.'s_Most_Popular

Greece Faces New Pressure on Cuts :: Eurogroup chief Jean-Claude Juncker warned that Greece faced a "last chance" in proving its credibility to creditors, and said a decision on Athens's proposal to extend deadlines on overhauls wouldn't come until next month.

Akin Puts Fate in Evangelical Hands :: After enduring a 48-hour shellacking by local and national Republican politicians, Rep. Todd Akin turned to his evangelical base Wednesday in hopes that he could change the narrative of his troubled campaign.'s_Most_Popular

Video Chatting in High Def :: Zoom Video Communications launches a new, independent service called that offers free, high-definition, group video calls for up to 15 people over a variety of devices.'s_Most_Popular

Kyron's Stepmom Called 'Prime Suspect' ::*9aa8f1054ca72326ba5cdb02c57b37

T-Mobile to Launch Unlimited Data Plan :: T-Mobile USA will launch an unlimited data plan, as it looks to differentiate itself and keep up with larger U.S. rivals.'s_Most_Popular

Parties Assess Missouri Race Fallout :: Republicans began trying to shift the political conversation back to the economy and away from comments on rape made by one of their candidates, while Democrats sought to link GOP candidates to the remarks.'s_Most_Popular

EPA Smack-Down Number Six :: A federal court cashiers another illegal Obama regulation.'s_Most_Popular

Coburn: The Truth About Ryan and His Critics :: First Obama rejected the 'grand bargain' of his own Bowles-Simpson commission. Then he turned around and ridiculed the Wisconsin congressman's comprehensive alternative.'s_Most_Popular

The 10 Greatest Books of All Time :: What are they? A new book tries to settle it once and for all.,8599,1578073,00.html?xid=rss-mostpopular

The Upside Of Being An Introvert (And Why Extroverts Are Overrated) :: The Upside Of Being An Introvert (And Why Extroverts Are Overrated),9171,2105432,00.html?xid=rss-mostpopular


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