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September 20th, 2014
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1911 shipwreck identified off Florida coast

12/05/2012 8:15am
The remains of a shipwreck in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary have been identified to be those of an early-20th-century British steamship.

Netflix outbids Starz for rights to Disney movies

12/05/2012 10:29am
Netflix's Internet video service has landed the U.S. rights to show Disney movies shortly after they leave theaters, a coup that could turn into a costly mistake if the deal doesn't bring in more customers.

Netflix outbids Starz for rights to Disney movies

12/05/2012 10:29am
Netflix's Internet video service has landed the U.S. rights to show Disney movies shortly after they leave theaters, a coup that could turn into a costly mistake if the deal doesn't bring in more customers.

25 top-rated Facebook games from 2012

12/05/2012 10:48am
Games can be both a welcome and an annoying diversion on Facebook, the world's most popular online social network. This year, Facebook crossed a big milestone _ reaching 1 billion active users. Game companies such as "FarmVille" creator Zynga Inc. and Rovio Entertainment Ltd. of "Angry Birds" fame seek to tap into that vast base of users to gain more players for their games.

Survey: Americans still largely religious

12/05/2012 11:00am
Despite the perception of rising secularism, seven in 10 Americans consider themselves moderately or very religious, according to a study released Tuesday.

Review: 3 weather phone apps help you on the go

12/05/2012 11:39am
For me, climate change is a serious issue. No, I'm not referring to the debate over global warming. My concerns are much simpler. I'm constantly checking the weather for the hours and days ahead because deciding to hike on a rainy day or neglecting to dress warmly can put a damper on a vacation.

Below surface, moon reveals a 'shattered' history

12/05/2012 11:59am
The moon took quite a beating in its early days, more than previously believed, scientists reported Wednesday.

Jim Harbaugh on 'Saved by the Bell' and the worst half-court shot ever

12/05/2012 12:43pm
Jim Harbaugh is the talk of the NFL world with his decision to bench Alex Smith in favor of Colin Kaepernick. Well, if that blows up in his face he can go back to acting. Watch the clip of Harbaugh as Screech's cousin in "Saved by the Bell." We've also got the worst half-court shot ever and an old video that is worth another look.

Jim Harbaugh on 'Saved by the Bell' and the worst half-court shot ever

12/05/2012 12:43pm
Jim Harbaugh is the talk of the NFL world with his decision to bench Alex Smith in favor of Colin Kaepernick. Well, if that blows up in his face he can go back to acting. Watch the clip of Harbaugh as Screech's cousin in "Saved by the Bell." We've also got the worst half-court shot ever and an old video that is worth another look.

Have You Seen This? Braving the elements

12/05/2012 1:08pm
Some avid outdoorsmen scale an icy Mt. Timpanogos after a snow storm. Nuts? Maybe.

Russel Crowe sings in new 'Les Mis' clip and first image from 'Ender's Game'

12/05/2012 2:33pm
A new clip for the highly anticipated "Les Miserables" features Hugh Jackman and Russel Crowe's singing chops. We also have the first official image from the upcoming "Ender's Game" film.

Aussies sorry for crank call to Kate's hospital

12/05/2012 6:34pm
Two Australian radio disc jockeys apologized Wednesday after impersonating Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles in a prank call and getting a London hospital to tell them all about Kate Middleton's condition.

Aussies sorry for crank call to Kate's hospital

12/05/2012 6:34pm
Two Australian radio disc jockeys apologized Wednesday after impersonating Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles in a prank call and getting a London hospital to tell them all about Kate Middleton's condition.

Aussies sorry for crank call to Kate's hospital

12/05/2012 6:34pm
Two Australian radio disc jockeys apologized Wednesday after impersonating Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles in a prank call and getting a London hospital to tell them all about Kate Middleton's condition.

Astronomers looking for volunteer star-hunters

12/05/2012 7:00pm
A group of astronomers is looking for thousands of volunteers to help them with a new project that may answer how galaxies form and how stars form within these galaxies.

The importance of learning to 'mom network'

12/05/2012 7:31pm
One West Jordan mother knows firsthand the power that networking can have for mothers: they built a park. In this MOMentity article learn how you can do the same, effectively enhancing your life and broadening your opportunities.

Natural remedies for your family's winter maladies

12/05/2012 8:33pm
We all get them: coughs, colds, flu and other winter health problems. When these ailments strike, natural remedies abound to help parents cure their kids — and themselves — without having to spend money to go to the doctor.

Natural remedies for your family's winter maladies

12/05/2012 8:33pm
We all get them: coughs, colds, flu and other winter health problems. When these ailments strike, natural remedies abound to help parents cure their kids — and themselves — without having to spend money to go to the doctor.
 
   
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