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The former chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission says none of the country's 104 reactors is safe.
A new study gives women insights into how the number of hours they spend on house work might be affecting their waistlines.
It's slimy, fatty and at least one person thinks it should be coming to a Thanksgiving table near you.
Zillow.com is making it easier for potential homebuyers to find unlisted properties that are bank-owned and those that are in the foreclosure process.
New York Times technology columnist Nicole Perlroth shares tips on how to avoid being hacked.
Speeding, drinking and driving late at night are more likely to occur among 16- and 17-year-old teen drivers as the number of their teenage passengers increases, a study by AAA says.
The good news: employers are starting to hire again. The bad news: the new jobs are low-paying.
Call it technology or good old fashioned police work, but the technology columnist for The New York Times has his phone back after some help from a Maryland police department.
Tags: David Pogue
A special project is happening within the walls of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Men are accessorizing again -- buying hats, umbrellas and bags in what forecasters predict could be a 20-year high.
Tags: Neal Augenstein