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Brain Scans May Change Care for Some People with Memory Loss

Brain Scans May Change Care for Some People with Memory Loss

By Lauran Neergaard |
Not everybody needs one but new research suggests that for a surprising number of patients whose memory problems are hard to pin down, PET scans may lead to changes in treatment.

What Drug-Dealing 'Darknet' Sites Have in Common with eBay

What Drug-Dealing 'Darknet' Sites Have in Common with eBay

By Anick Jesdanun | Jul 23
AlphaBay, the now-shuttered online marketplace that authorities say traded in illegal drugs, firearms and counterfeit goods, wasn't all that different from any other e-commerce site, court documents show.

Minnesota Shooting Shows Police Body Cameras Not Used Enough

Minnesota Shooting Shows Police Body Cameras Not Used Enough

By Kyle Potter | Jul 23
As the killing of an Australian woman by a Minneapolis officer over the weekend showed, body camera technology depends on officers turning on their devices. And often they don't do so.

Chicago Festival to Mark Pokemon Go Anniversary Goes Awry

Chicago Festival to Mark Pokemon Go Anniversary Goes Awry

Jul 23
A major Pokemon Go festival in Chicago Saturday to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the virtual game went badly awry when technical glitches prevented many fans from logging on.

LGBTs Flagged on Facebook for 'Inappropriate' Content

LGBTs Flagged on Facebook for 'Inappropriate' Content

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Jul 22
Some LGBT community members who have been temporarily banned from Facebook for using what it calls "inappropriate" content say the social media giant could do more to address their concerns.

Amazon's New Social Network is Looking A Lot Like Pinterest

Amazon's New Social Network is Looking A Lot Like Pinterest

By Barbara Ortutay | Jul 22
Take Amazon Prime, mix it with Pinterest and add a dash of Instagram. The result is Amazon Spark, a new shopping-focused "social network" aimed at getting hardcore Amazon users to spend even more money.