Facebook reportedly considering incorporating hashtags into its service. The hope is to better index conversations around particular topics, leading to more user time and exposure to advertising.
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- SLIDESHOW: Texas storms damage homes, uproot trees After a series of tornadoes touched down outside Dallas, residents of many Texas communities are cleaning up.
How to eat for $1.50 a day
Could you eat on $1.50 a day?
Death row inmate says he 'deserves to die'
An Indiana man convicted eight years ago of murdering a young mother and her 4-year-old daughter says in a prison interview he's considering dropping his death penalty appeal so he doesn't have to wait several more years to step into the death chamber.
QUIZ: Are you ready? Test your emergency prep knowledge
Are you disaster-ready? See how much you know about disaster preparedness with this quiz.
Police: Boston bombing suspect in custody
Police took 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, into custody on Friday.
Weather warnings now issue from your pocket
Keith Stammer, director of emergency management in Joplin, Mo., suggests people have back-up systems for their back-up systems when it comes to weather warnings. The layers of alerts should include mobile apps and text alerts that indicate when storms are approaching, he says.
VIDEO: FBI releases photos, video of Boston bomb suspects
The FBI on Thursday released photos and video of two men it called suspects in the deadly bombings at the Boston Marathon and pleaded for public help in identifying them.
Massive hunt underway for marathon bombers
A massive police investigation was underway Tuesday for clues to who planted two powerful bombs near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three spectators, including an 8-year-old boy, and injuring more than 130 people.
Eyewitness to blood, smoke and panic at Boston Marathon
Near simultaneous explosions at the Boston Marathon finish line yesterday killed three people and wounded scores more. Reporter Jill Harmacinski was there to help cover the race for The Eagle-Tribune in North Andover, Mass. The following is her first-person account of what happened.
VIDEO: President Obama addresses Boston Marathon explosions
President Obama addressed the nation this evening about the explosions that have rocked Boston this afternoon during the city’s marathon.
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