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  • Google misses Street 1Q forecasts

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) _ Google Inc. (GOOGL) on Thursday reported first-quarter net income of $3.59 billion. On a per-share basis, the Mountain View, California-based company said it had net income of $5.20. Earnings, adjusted for stock option...
  • Microsoft beats Street 3Q forecasts

    REDMOND, Wash. (AP) _ Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) on Thursday reported fiscal third-quarter profit of $4.99 billion. The Redmond, Washington-based company said it had net income of 61 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for restructuring costs, came to 62...
  • Amazon reports 1Q loss

    SEATTLE (AP) _ Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) on Thursday reported a first-quarter loss of $57 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. The Seattle-based company said it had a loss of 12 cents per share. The results surpassed Wall...
  • Baltimore city charter school leaders say funding falls short

    Baltimore city charter school leaders say funding falls short
    Baltimore city charter school leaders said the district's funding for their schools next year falls short, one concern raised during a public forum where advocates, parents and educators sounded off on city schools CEO Gregory Thornton's first budget....
  • Quake experts think fracking maps may predict future temblors

    WASHINGTON As earthquakes triggered by oil and gas operations shake the heartland, the federal government is scrambling to predict how strong the quakes will get and where they'll strike. The U.S. Geological Survey released maps Thursday that show 17...
  • Moise H. Goldstein, Hopkins biomedical engineer

    Moise H. Goldstein, Hopkins biomedical engineer
    Moise H. Goldstein Jr., a retired Johns Hopkins biomedical engineer who assisted the hearing impaired, died of dementia complications April 9 at a Providence, R.I., nursing home. The former Mount Washington resident was 88. Hopkins colleagues said...
  • Northwestern scientists invent new security ink

    Northwestern scientists invent new security ink
    Fluorescent inks are all around us, even if we don't see them. From currency to government documents and consumer goods, items are implanted with images and other authentications that are invisible to the naked eye but glow when placed under an...
  • Why Washington is broken: Partisan legislation to authorize American research is the wrong approach

    We've heard it for several years now: Washington is broken. Progress has ground to a halt due to partisan politics. Partisanship dominates the headlines for many of the issues that come before Congress, be it immigration, tax reform, gun control or...
  • More than a third of infants are using smartphones, tablets, study says

    More than a third of infants are using smartphones, tablets, study says
    Have you ever been befuddled by a feature of your iPhone, only to have your 6-year-old show you how it works? A new study helps explain how this happens. Most children have been using smartphones and digital tablets practically since birth -- literally....
  • NASA gathers scientists to help find life beyond Earth

    NASA gathers scientists to help find life beyond Earth
    The search for life beyond our solar system is about to get a boost of brain power.  This week NASA convened the first meeting of a team of scientists who will work collectively to determine the best way to look for signs of life around other stars....
  • Paralyzed Boca Raton surfer is 'ambassador' for Red Bull run

    Paralyzed Boca Raton surfer is 'ambassador' for Red Bull run
    Three years ago, spinal cord research in Kentucky was the farthest thing from Brooke Thabit's mind. But on Labor Day 2012, she dove from a Jupiter dock into shallow water and crushed the C-4 and C-5 vertebrae, leaving her paralyzed. That's "paralyzed,"...