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  1. N.J.I.T. Highlanders Men's Basketball Indep.

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  2. Most Of The U.S. Saw Little Recovery In 2013

    Energy and apps are driving strong economic recoveries in parts of the United States. But the rest of the country has been far less lucky. The typical household in the San Francisco metro area earned nearly $80,000 in 2013, up 5 percent from a yea...

    Blog | September 19, 2014
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  4. Joe Maddon of Tampa Bay Rays says technology key to attracting yo...

    Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon maintains technology and not shorter games is key to attracting young fans to baseball.

    Story | Conversation | September 16, 2014
  5. Women Are Majoring In The Lower-Paying STEM Fields

    In , I point out that it's a mistake to treat STEM majors -- science, technology, engineering and math -- as a single category. Majoring in technology, engineering or math does generally lead to a well-paying job. But the sciences, especial...

    Blog | September 12, 2014
  6. Iron Men: Quantifying the Pittsburgh Pirates’ Remarkable In...

    Ben Lindbergh

    At the age when most players, and particularly most catchers, have begun to decline, 31-year-old Pirates backstop Russell Martin is peaking. As usual, Martin has excelled on defense this season, posting strong pitch-framing stats, a stellar pop time,...

    Blog | September 11, 2014
  7. France could test Sepp Blatter's 'review' system in Coupe de la L...

    Ian Holyman

    French Football League president Frederic Thiriez has put forward the Coupe de la Ligue as a potential testing ground for Sepp Blatter's video technology plans. FIFA president Blatter, 78, has announced he hopes to introduce a system whereby slow-mot...

    Story | Conversation | September 11, 2014
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  9. The Case Against Apple's Animated Emoji

    Emily Yoshida

    There are a few days out of the year when I palpably feel at a distance from the rest of human society, and those moments always seem to mysteriously land on the same days as Apple Keynotes. Yesterday a bunch of dudes piled into a r...

    Blog | September 10, 2014
  10. Fantasy Football - Start Justin Hunter, plus more advice for Week...

    Tim Hasselbeck

    Tim Hasselbeck explains why Justin Hunter is a good fantasy football starter candidate against a vulnerable Chiefs defense, plus offers up more fantasy advice for Week 1.

    Story | Conversation | September 05, 2014
  11. American Kids Will Spend An Average Of 943 Hours In Elementary Sc...

    Growing up in England, I attended a school where administrators thought it was a good idea to teach two dozen rowdy 14-year-old girls "food technology." This turned out to be a euphemistic mantle given to a cooking class in which we whiled ...

    Blog | September 04, 2014
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  13. Why Women Can Serve A Tennis Ball Faster Than Ever Before

    Johnette Howard

    Think it's racket technology or faster playing surfaces? The actual answer, many experts believe, comes from within the players themselves.

    Story | Conversation | August 27, 2014
  14. If A Computer Can Diagnose Cancer, Will Doctors Become Obsolete?

    The "computational pathologist," a computer software program known as the , can examine thousands of tissue scans at lightning speed to diagnose patients with breast cancer and even predict their survival rates. Some believe the C...

    Blog | August 22, 2014
  15. Sport Science's Brenkus

    Welcome to SportsNation! On Friday, Sport Science host John Brenkus stops by to chat about his Emmy Award-winning TV show.Sport Science uncovers sports' biggest myths and mysteries by utilizing cutting-edge technology to measure momentum, friction an...

    Chat | August 21, 2014
  16. FiveThirtyEight Is Adding Part-Time Roles For Journalists

    It's been almost five months since the launch of the new FiveThirtyEight, and we're expanding our coverage and adding several part-time roles: -- A . We want someone to take a hard look at scientific studies, debunk hype and misuses of sta...

    Blog | August 13, 2014
  17. Computer model gives Broncos title win

    Jeff Legwold

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- If you believe in the power of technology, the Denver Broncos will hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February. PredictionMachine.com played the upcoming season 50,000 times and the Broncos were the NFL champion 25.1 percent of the t...

    Blog | August 11, 2014
  18. Morning Ram-blings: Ram tracking

    Nick Wagoner

    EARTH CITY, Mo. -- As technology continues to take us to places that allow a better understanding of how the world works, it's also finding ways to better study the work done by professional athletes. On Thursday, reports surfaced that the NFL is ...

    Blog | August 01, 2014
  19. More Twins, Fewer Triplets

    The registration fee might be only $65 per kid, but parents who don't pick favorites might find the , which opened Friday in California, a pricey get-together. It sounds worth it though: The schedule includes a triplets par...

    Blog | July 12, 2014
  20. Germany could follow Dutch tech lead

    Stephan Uersfeld

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    Story | Conversation | July 10, 2014