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  • Huggies delivers 'Baby Making' radio station for Valentine's Day

    Huggies delivers 'Baby Making' radio station for Valentine's Day
    Why would Huggies brand diapers conceive a Pandora radio station for Valentine's Day? To help couples make babies, of course. The Huggies Baby Making Station will feature classic R&B, timeless love songs and modern romantic hits, with plenty of Barry...
  • There is no other side to the vaccine debate

    There is no other side to the vaccine debate
    Are you at risk to get the measles? Are your kids? Duh, yes — if you are not vaccinated! Commuters on San Francisco's Bay Area Rapid Transit system were exposed to measles last week when an East Bay resident with the disease rode a BART train to...
  • Yahoo layoffs hit Canada hardest

    SUNNYVALE, Calif. Yahoo laid off a round of workers this week, mostly cutting back its news and entertainment division in Canada. Yahoo did not disclose if it laid off employees in California, but it was fewer than the 50 that would have triggered a...
  • Dog lovers all over world log in to watch Westminster show

    Macarena Robledo loves hounds. All of 'em, especially petit basset griffon Vendeens. So she fully intends to plop down for a front-row look Monday when the beagles, whippets and Plotts enter the judging ring at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show....
  • Cruise lines expect 1 million more passengers

    Cruise lines expect 1 million more passengers
    Almost a million more people will take cruises this year compared with 2014, a trade group forecasts. Some 23 million consumers around the world will cruise in 2015 — with the majority sailing from North American ports, the Cruise Lines...
  • Wisconsin's Walker the latest 2016 prospect with a UK hiccup

    It ought to be the friendliest of soil for White House hopefuls looking to pad the resume with a little foreign policy experience: a trip to the United Kingdom. So far, however, the trips to England have been anything but merry for several prospective...
  • Stewart's exit is no joke at Comedy Central

    Stewart's exit is no joke at Comedy Central
    With Jon Stewart leaving his post on "The Daily Show," the joke may be on Comedy Central. The┬ádeparture of Stewart — who announced on Tuesday that he will exit his signature mock-news program sometime later this year — presents the 24-year-...
  • CTA attracts more haters on Twitter than other transit agencies: study

    CTA attracts more haters on Twitter than other transit agencies: study
    The CTA tends to draw more trolls on Twitter than other major public transit systems possibly because the agency doesn't regularly respond to rider comments, which is key in tamping down critics on social media, according to a new university study that...
  • Kuwait restores power, hours after widespread blackout; members of parliament want answers

    A country known for its vast energy wealth just couldn't keep the lights on — at least for a short while. A sweeping blackout that struck the tiny but oil-rich Kuwait on Wednesday evening knocked out lights even at the international airport,...
  • New York Fashion week 2015 has an ever-evolving style

    Once upon a time, New York Fashion Week was synonymous with Bryant Park: Only the upper echelon of the industry got invited, and the rest found out about the trends inside the tents from the pages of magazines. But that was then. In the past five years,...
  • Comcast's customer service incidents jeopardizing $45 billion deal

    Comcast's customer service incidents jeopardizing $45 billion deal
    Last week's "Super Bitch" billing incident, the latest in a string of customer service horror stories for Comcast, could cost the cable giant a lot more than one unhappy subscriber. The company's proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable, which...