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One student killed, another wounded in North Carolina shootingupdated: Fri Jun 24 2011 21:33:00

A gunman shot two Pennsylvania high school football players in Durham, North Carolina, killing one and wounding the other, officials said Friday.

Fewer hubs mean fewer options for fliersupdated: Mon May 16 2011 11:53:00

If you live in a small to mid-size city, you've probably seen your airline choices shrink over the last few years.

Duke lacrosse accuser charged with murder in boyfriend's stabbingupdated: Tue Apr 19 2011 12:47:00

A North Carolina woman who stirred national headlines when she accused three Duke University student-athletes of rape is now herself accused of murder, a county law enforcement official said Monday.

American charged with smuggling weapons into UKupdated: Tue Jan 25 2011 13:26:00

British authorities said Tuesday they are conducting a criminal investigation into an American man charged in federal court with smuggling weapons into England.

Raise your glasses! Five fall beer festsupdated: Thu Sep 30 2010 11:45:00

The chill of fall is in the air, pour some beer in your glass. Germany's Oktoberfest isn't the only outlet for beer lovers this season. Check out these five beer festivals across the United States.

Can a mother's affection prevent anxiety in adulthood?updated: Mon Jul 26 2010 19:07:00

Babies whose mothers are attentive and caring tend to grow into happy, well-adjusted children. But the psychological benefits of having a doting mother may extend well beyond childhood, a new study suggests.

Study: Dieters happier on low-fat, not low-carb, plansupdated: Tue Nov 10 2009 16:05:00

People who spend a full year on a strict low-carbohydrate diet can lose weight, but they might be happier -- and lose just as many pounds -- if they focus on reducing fat intake instead of carbohydrates, new research suggests.

CNNMoney: Doctors' orders: Avoid insuranceupdated: Mon Aug 17 2009 14:18:00

Like a lot of their patients, doctors are sick of long waits in the waiting room and dealing with insurance companies.

Study finds heart guidelines often based on thin evidenceupdated: Mon Aug 10 2009 14:43:00

Nearly half of the guidelines issued to cardiologists by the country's leading heart organizations are based on low levels of evidence, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Police: Duke University official offered adopted son for sexupdated: Tue Jun 30 2009 16:11:00

A Duke University official is accused of offering his 5-year-old adopted son for sex on the Internet, according to the FBI and court documents in the case.

iReporters' favorite Emerald Isle experiencesupdated: Tue Jun 23 2009 09:26:00

Ireland's friendly, helpful locals get high marks from visitors. Add dazzling scenery, rich history and a few hearty pints of stout, and you have a perfect trip to Ireland, according to a handful of iReporters.

Great college basketball towns to visitupdated: Thu Apr 02 2009 11:01:00

It's the season of brackets, beer and, of course, basketball.

Growth of clinical trial outsourcing raises issuesupdated: Wed Feb 18 2009 21:20:00

The practice of moving research involving human subjects from wealthy countries to less wealthy countries has grown in recent years, raising a number of ethical and scientific issues that need to be addressed, researchers said in a journal article Wednesday.

The executive goes globalupdated: Tue Jan 06 2009 12:31:00

Even more than the traditional MBA, the Executive MBA, or EMBA, generally a part-time program taken by older, experienced executives, is a good place to spot the CEOs of the future. Jon Wertheim: Thinking about headcases, and is the tennis season over yet?updated: Wed Oct 22 2008 13:48:00

So, somewhat inebriated conversation with a friend: "Top 5 All Time On-Court Headcases (Men), Sans McEnroe." In no particular order, and somewhat relegated to our generational recollection: Nastase, Youzhny, Slobodan Zivojinovic, Ivanisevic, Safin (others in consideration --Gasquet, Noah). Is it just us, or is there really an European slant to this? Who'd we miss? -- Anirban Mukherjee, Durham, N.C. Nicki Jhabvala: Stars come out in N.C. Pro-Am League, the 'Rucker of the South'updated: Mon Sep 08 2008 11:03:00

DURHAM, N.C. -- While Coach K was in Beijing with the Redeem team, he could rest assured that his college crew was on its own mission. Second Life Kidnapping Chargeupdated: Tue Aug 26 2008 10:40:00

A woman is charged with plotting to kidnap in real life a boyfriend she met through the virtual reality Web site "Second Life" Ted Kennedy Undergoing Surgery on Brain Tumorupdated: Mon Jun 02 2008 11:46:00

After a six-hour operation, the senator expects to be hospitalized for a week

Pay-what-you-like restaurantsupdated: Tue Apr 01 2008 10:45:00

Radiohead made news when it allowed its fans to pay whatever they thought was reasonable to download the band's latest album. Now, innovative restaurants around the world are doing the same thing -- letting their patrons decide how much their meal is worth.

Suspect in UNC killing charged in another student slayingupdated: Thu Mar 13 2008 18:24:00

The teen suspect in last week's slaying of University of North Carolina student Eve Carson has been charged in a second student killing, police said Thursday.

FSB: Boost sales by filling 'screaming needs'updated: Wed Mar 12 2008 09:59:00

I constantly run into business owners who are beating the odds in this tough economy. In fact, they're finding that the downturn itself creates greater opportunity.

Players allege Duke failed to protect their reputationupdated: Thu Feb 21 2008 21:32:00

Almost 40 members of Duke University's men's 2006 lacrosse team are suing the school and the city of Durham, North Carolina, their attorney announced Thursday.

Lawsuit filed against Dukeupdated: Thu Feb 21 2008 21:32:00

The families of former Duke Lacrosse players announce they will file a lawsuit against the university. Tim Layden: Garrard is ready to send the mighty Patriots a wake-up call updated: Tue Jan 08 2008 10:25:00

On the last day of August, David Garrard came to work and fell asleep. It was a steamy Friday in north Florida, and the Jacksonville Jaguars had finished their preseason schedule the previous night with a home game against Washington. There would be no practice this day, only meetings; Garrard, a six-year veteran and the backup to Byron Leftwich at quarterback, crashed across the length of a couch in the team lounge and drifted off.

Get rid of guilt for the New Yearupdated: Thu Dec 27 2007 09:01:00

Everyone feels guilty from time to time, but being consumed with compunction can suck the joy out of life. Here are 6 simple strategies for relieving the pressure Ankle injury ends Duke's Pocius' seasonupdated: Tue Dec 04 2007 16:33:00

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Duke's Martynas Pocius will have season-ending surgery on his left ankle.

Some digital neighborhoods better for dating updated: Mon Nov 19 2007 11:45:00

With social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace now in the digital dating mix, there are plenty of new chances to meet the right -- and wrong -- people online.

Politics, flames, doggie doppelgangers: I-Report highlightsupdated: Sun Jul 29 2007 21:47:00

It's the end of the week again, and we get the feeling the days just flew by. We heard your views on important political issues, saw your photos and video from explosions in Dallas, Texas, and received all kinds of reports of fires and waterspouts around the country. You also sent us a sweet tribute to Tammy Faye Messner, who passed away Friday.

I-Reporters respond to debateupdated: Sun Jul 29 2007 21:47:00

I-Reporters respond to debate

Break your kid's whining habitupdated: Thu Apr 26 2007 13:24:00

When it comes to torture, we could all learn a thing or two from kids. Who knows better than they how to extract most anything they want within minutes of applying the technique? I'm talking about whining, of course -- that grating mewling that causes us to do anything (anything!) just to make it go away. But you can break the habit. And the rewards of victory can be rich for both of you.

CNNMoney: Air fares post record jumpupdated: Thu Jul 27 2006 06:49:00

U.S. airfares took their biggest jump on record, according to the latest government figures, allowing rates to return pre-Sept. 11 levels for the first time since the terrorist attack drove down demand for air travel.

Money Magazine: They Want How Much?updated: Thu Dec 01 2005 00:01:00

Living History Antebellum Italianate-Greek Revival about an hour from Raleigh/Durham, N.C.

Fortune: Social Investing That Hits Homeupdated: Mon Nov 14 2005 00:01:00

Like millions of Americans, you probably donated to charity after Hurricane Katrina. To make a long-lasting difference--not just to the Gulf Coast but to distressed communities across the nation--c...

CNNMoney: The hunt for liquidityupdated: Tue Jan 11 2005 09:18:00

I want to put about $100 every two weeks into some sort of investment that would be fairly liquid -- something I could have access to within a couple of days to week. What kind of investment should I be considering?

Fortune: And You Can Keep the Wineupdated: Mon May 29 2000 00:01:00

FORTUNE gave $100 to Brandon Carr, maitre d' and wine buyer at Four Square, in Durham, N.C., to see what he'd buy.

FSB: Crackerjack Parksupdated: Mon May 01 2000 00:01:00

Enjoy a bag of peanuts and a slice of Americana: Head out this summer to one of our 13 favorite minor league parks. And check out for more choices, phone numbers, and online resources t...

Fortune: Eat S'mores? No. Draft a Business Plan. WHAT GIRLS DO AT SUMMER CAMPupdated: Mon Sep 27 1999 00:01:00

I spent two summers at Camp Mont Shenandoah. I slept on a bunk, rose at taps, and passed the days picking blackberries and competing against the Greens (I was a Buff). The highlight of the summer w...

Money Magazine: Will My Fiancee's Debts Become Mine Once We Are Married?updated: Thu Apr 01 1999 00:01:00

Q. My fiancee owes almost $40,000 to the IRS. Am I protected from liability after we marry as long as I file separate tax returns or is there a better way? GERARD MARTIN New York City

Fortune: DEAD AIRLINE NAMES TAKE OFF AGAINupdated: Mon Mar 04 1996 00:01:00

Airlines may fail, but their planes are continually snapped up by new startups, which get them for a song. Now even the names are being recycled.


A year ago, historically low interest rates and good economic news sent hordes of home shoppers knocking on the doors of sellers who were more than delighted to see them. Now, however, a slower eco...

Money Magazine: 800 Access The latest on environmental risksupdated: Sat Oct 01 1994 00:01:00

For helpful, practical information on a variety of environmental health risks, call the Enviro-Health Clearinghouse at 800-643-4794. Operated by the federal government's National Institute of Envir...

Fortune: BROADBAND TECHNOLOGIES THE POWER OF PATIENCEupdated: Mon Nov 15 1993 00:01:00

AMID BREATHLESS talk about the merging of telephones and cable TV, and ambitious visions of information superhighways that will carry movies and video phone calls and cross-country Nintendo tourney...

Fortune: STATE OF THE UNION: A DIAGNOSISupdated: Mon Oct 22 1990 00:01:00

As Americans tuned in to public television's nine-part epic The Civil War, the Institute for Southern Studies, a nonprofit research group in Durham, North Carolina, released a report that shows the...

Money Magazine: THE TRUTH ABOUT LONG-TERM-CARE INSURANCE updated: Sun Oct 01 1989 00:01:00

Come 100 insurance companies now offer coverage for long-term care in a nursing home (or, in some cases, the patient's own house). Although it may seem like essential protection against admittedly ...

Money Magazine: GETTING WHAT YOU DESERVE ON A HOMEOWNERS OR AUTO CLAIMupdated: Thu Jun 01 1989 00:01:00

Jane Sorrell Walden, 40, of Durham, N.C. slowly drove homeward during a torrential downpour on Aug. 11, 1986 only to find a swarm of reporters, cameramen and curiosity seekers gawking at her three-...

Fortune: DIGITAL DIAGNOSES An innovation called PACS could aid patients' treatment and save hospitals money.updated: Mon Jul 22 1985 00:01:00

TECHNOLOGY, often cited as a cause of runaway health costs, may yet help slow the rate at which hospital bills are rising. An innovation called PACS, for picture archival communications system, pro...

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