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Children stung by terror: Stop the hate

They are teenagers and young adults. Yet in their short lives they each have been touched by terror.

How our anxiety impacts our kids

When the Nice, France, attack was unfolding, I was on a train returning from a work assignment, trying to stay off my iPhone and BlackBerry so I could focus on writing a piece.

When bad news gets to be too much

Maybe it happened after Orlando or San Bernardino or Dallas, or when attacks in France, Brussels, Iraq and other corners of the world came in such quick succession there was no time for one trauma to disperse among the Facebook mourners before the next took over. Maybe it was way earlier, after Sandy Hook or Charleston.

How to talk to kids about tragic events

After horrific events like mass shootings or attacks by terrorists, parents are faced with this dilemma: What do I tell my kids? How can I talk to them about something so senseless and indiscriminate? About something that we can't make sense of ourselves?

Ice Bucket Challenge celebrates its gene discovery

Ice Bucket Challenge's 2nd anniversary celebrates its gene discovery

One hour of physical activity can improve your health

It's well-known that sitting down all day, be it at your desk, on the couch or in a car, is bad for your health. People know they should be getting up regularly, stretching their legs and simply moving their bodies more, but how many actually do it?

Dolly the sheep's cloned sisters enjoy good health despite their old age

Though growing old, Dolly's sheep siblings are no worse for wear. Debbie, Denise, Dianna and Daisy, clones all derived from the same cell line as the first cloned mammal, show no signs of long-term health issues, according to research published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications. The clones are, in fact, in vigorous good condition despite the fact that they range in age from 7 to 9, or about 60 to 70 in human years.

Americans wary of gene-editing, brain chips, synthetic blood

Designer babies, brain-boosting chips and "superhuman" synthetic blood may sound like science fiction, but due to advances in biomedical technologies, they soon could be a reality.

What your sleep says about your health

Do you sleep between seven to nine hours per night? According to the experts this is the amount needed, on average, to keep our minds alert and our bodies healthy -- but many people aren't getting enough.

Does it pass the 'smell test?' Seeking ways to diagnose Alzheimer's early

Alzheimer's researchers are looking to our noses and our eyes for early signs of disease.

Home prices have finally recovered from the housing crash

It's taken 11 years, but home prices have finally climbed back to pre-crash levels.

Qualcomm to pay $19.5 million to settle gender discrimination suit

Qualcomm will pay $19.5 million and institute a number of internal changes to settle a federal discrimination suit brought by its female employees.

Fox News investigation is "winding down"

Roger Ailes is finished at Fox News -- and the network's internal review of allegations he sexually harassed employees is almost finished as well.

News anchor quits to become a Lyft driver

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Netflix exec talks ratings, competition and expansion

The TV industry likes to mutter and fume about Netflix's unwillingness to release ratings for its programs, but the streaming service made clear Wednesday those numbers are going to stay secret.

Convention ratings: Democrats beat Republicans, and cable tops broadcast

Night two of the Democratic convention drew a 25% bigger audience than night two of the Republican convention last week.

That time a Russian billionaire paid Trump $95 million for a mansion

Donald Trump insisted Wednesday that his only dealing with Russia was when he sold a mansion to a Russian billionaire for nearly $100 million.

Powerball jackpot hits $422 million, 8th largest ever

There's another record-breaking jackpot up for grabs.

Apple sells its billionth iPhone

Welcome to the billion device club, Apple.

What Trump's tax returns could reveal about Russia

Could Donald Trump's tax returns reveal the Republican presidential nominee has ties to Russia?