The GPS tracker inside rechargeable Smart Soles transmits their location both on demand, but also when the wearer goes outside a set radius, determined by their caregiver.
5 Things to know about deadly weekend landslide in Washington state
1989 Exxon Valdez disaster, then world's worst oil spill, as reported by The Associated Press
California doctors have found new way to diagnose Valley fever through DNA testing
WTOP space contributor Greg Redfern explores the future of manned spaceflight at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va.
'A difficult place to be a child' _ challenges abound, yet hopes run high for Detroit's youth
Report to OB/GYNs: Warm tub helps labor pain but questions about risks, benefit of water birth
Spring brings stubborn cold to northern US, continued drought in Southwest
Professional dancer takes the stage for 1st time since losing part of leg in marathon bombing
Government finds inequities in education remain for minority children, those with disabilities
Data: Minority students face higher suspension rates, less access to advanced classes
Two men from Westover, Md. have been convicted in the first case involving the Maryland Law Enforcement Information Network high-tech monitoring system.
One of the first casualties of natural and man-made disasters is often the ability to communicate. Local first responders, governments, businesses and utilities are preparing for "the next time."
Big asteroid will eclipse bright star early Thurs., New York City treated to prime viewing
Space station moves away from space junk, climbs half-mile to avoid chunk of old satellite
Israel building new headquarters to house 2 million artifacts, including Dead Sea Scrolls
In afterglow of the Big Bang, scientists see 'smoking gun' for universe's early growth spurt
Back from frozen limbo: 1,600 year-old Antarctic moss that seemed dead thawed and grows again
Mayor calls death of mentally ill veteran in overheated New York City cell 'very troubling'
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