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Carson Touts Candor As A Plus For His GOP Presidential Bid
Neurosurgeon Ben Carson is a darling of conservatives. It started when he criticized President Obama's health care law and other policies at a Prayer Breakfast with the president just a few feet away.
Speeder In Arizona Thankful He Wasn't Caught Going Faster
Police in Phoenix say Alejandro Barraza was driving 131 miles per hour — fast enough to go to jail. As he was led away, police say Barraza said he felt lucky that he wasn't caught at 160.
For TV News Employee, Resigning Was A Piece Of Cake
Mark Herman, an employee at Arizona TV Station KOLD got a new job. He let everyone know he was leaving by bringing in a cake decorated with the resignation letter.
As Emoji Spread Beyond Texts, Many Remain [Confounded Face] [Interrobang]
There's a growing tendency to bring the tiny hieroglyphs off of phones, but not everyone is fluent. New takes on emoji integration suggest misunderstanding may be remedied with universal translation.
FBI Searches Phoenix Home Connected To Garland, Texas, Gunman
Investigators are trying to learn more about the two men shot and killed Sunday night in Garland, Texas, outside an event featuring a contest for cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad.
Georgia Tech Studies Chickens' Emotions Based On Their Clucks
When a chicken speaks, it's hard to tell whether it's a happy or sad cluck. That's what a research team at Georgia Tech is trying to decipher by recording more than 1,000 hours of chickens clucking.
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