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Modern Policing: Algorithm Helps NYPD Spot Crime Patterns

Modern Policing: Algorithm Helps NYPD Spot Crime Patterns

| By Michael R. Sisak | Mar 11
When a syringe-wielding drill thief tried sticking up a Home Depot near Yankee Stadium, police figured out quickly that it wasn't a one-off.

More LGBTQ Millennials are Considering Children and Reproductive Technology

More LGBTQ Millennials are Considering Children and Reproductive Technology

| Mar 11
A new report published by the Family Equality Council reveals a strong interest in parenting among U.S. LGBTQ Millennials compared to previous generations.

Explorers to Send 1st Live Video Broadcast from Ocean Depths

Explorers to Send 1st Live Video Broadcast from Ocean Depths

| By Jerry Harmer and David Keyton | Mar 10
Explorers are set to deliver the first live video broadcast from deep below an ocean's surface.

CDC: Unvaccinated Oregon Boy Almost Dies of Tetanus

CDC: Unvaccinated Oregon Boy Almost Dies of Tetanus

| By Gillian Flaccus | Mar 10
An unvaccinated 6-year-old Oregon boy was hospitalized for two months for tetanus and almost died of the bacterial illness after getting a deep cut while playing on a farm. His care took more than a month and cost nearly $1 million.

Flu May Have Peaked, but Experts Eye Jump in Nastier Strain

Flu May Have Peaked, but Experts Eye Jump in Nastier Strain

| By Mike Stobbe | Mar 10
There's a strong chance this flu season has peaked, but health officials are watching a recent wave of illnesses from a nastier flu strain.

Scientists Discover Different Kind of Killer Whale Off Chile

Scientists Discover Different Kind of Killer Whale Off Chile

| By Seth Borenstein | Mar 9
For decades, there were tales from fishermen and tourists, even lots of photos, of a mysterious killer whale that just didn't look like all the others, but scientists had never seen one. Now they have.

Chimps Varied 'Culture' Matters for Conservation, Study Says

Chimps Varied 'Culture' Matters for Conservation, Study Says

| By Christina Larson | Mar 9
As researchers learn more about Homo sapiens' closest living genetic relatives, they are also discovering more about the diversity of behaviors within chimpanzee groups — activities learned, at least in part socially.

California Man Learns He's Dying from Doctor on Robot Video

California Man Learns He's Dying from Doctor on Robot Video

| By Janie Har | Mar 9
Ernest Quintana's family knew he was dying of chronic lung disease when he was taken by ambulance to a hospital, unable to breathe.

Explorers to Send 1st Live Video Broadcast from Ocean Depths

Explorers to Send 1st Live Video Broadcast from Ocean Depths

| By Jerry Harmer and David Keyton | Mar 9
Explorers are set to deliver the first live video broadcast from deep below an ocean's surface.

Israeli Spacecraft Snaps Ultimate Selfie on Way to Moon

Israeli Spacecraft Snaps Ultimate Selfie on Way to Moon

| By Marcia Dunn | Mar 9
An Israeli spacecraft has taken the ultimate selfie on its roundabout journey to the moon.

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