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It is a sex ed rite of passage for teens across the country. But do egg babies really teach kids about the hardships of parenting?
The attack by what are being called cyber jihadists began Wednesday night, when screens showing TV5Monde went blank, with normal programming replaced by a message: "Je suIS IS."
A major life insurer is offering lower premiums in exchange for policyholders sharing activity data. But privacy advocates worry such programs eventually will be used to deny coverage.
Airing on Thursday, April 9th, 2015: The people who control interest rates in America look at prices, they look at jobs. But we now know the Federal Reserve is also looking warily at the high U.S. dollar. We consult economist Diane Swonk to understand this key wrinkle in the economy here in the spring of 2015. Plus, a company called Oyster - with agreements from all five major publishers - has opened an eBook store. We look at whether it can compete with the Amazon's standing in the industry. Finally, digital audio downloads can enlighten and entertain. They can also sell things to you. Now, there's a growing sector of podcasting for companies. We learn more about how experts can build a podcast around a product.
A senior manager is on leave from the Secret Service, after an employee he supervised reportedly told investigators that he assaulted her by making forceful and unwelcome sexual advances.