This final note on the way out, one at which I daresay everyone listening to this radio program will shake their heads.
Yahoo spent $30 million today to buy a news-aggregating app -- Summly, it's called. Pulls the need-to-know stuff from news articles and makes it look nice on your iPhone.
Which is great and all. Here's the kicker: Summly was created by a 15-year-old kid to help him get through his homework.
Nick D'Aloisio's 17 now. Rich. And in case you're wondering? Yeah, he totally gets to work at home.
As this year's tax deadline approaches, hundreds of thousands of low-income Americans are relying on free services to help with returns. The services are an alternative to schemes that often prey on people who need quick cash.
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Monday in a case worth billions of dollars to pharmaceutical companies and American consumers. The issue is whether brand-name drug manufacturers may pay generic drug manufacturers to keep their cheaper products off the market.
The latest polls indicate 58 percent of Americans support same-sex marriage. In 1977, that number was 13 percent. One researcher says that jump in support isn't the result of a generational gap — it's that many who once opposed gay marriage have changed their minds or softened their opposition.
When abiding fear takes over some kids' lives, they respond with anger and aggression that's not premeditated. One psychiatrist says he's finding profound relief for a particular subgroup of these children in experimental research with the anesthesia drug ketamine.
Little-known FGCU beat San Diego State 81-71 on Sunday night, its second NCAA tournament upset of the weekend. Just like in their opening win over second-seeded Georgetown — the Eagles' calling card to the nation — there were plenty of laughs, dunks and dances.