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Christie says he would have stopped lane closings in New Jersey if told of the plan in advance
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he would have stopped aides from blocking George Washington Brid... [continue]

Neon Trees singer Tyler Glenn makes waves as 1 of few gay celeb Mormons; talks about new music
When Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees announced last month that he's gay, the bigger headline behind his re... [continue]

Produce giant Chiquita asks appeals court to dismiss Colombian terror payments case
Chiquita Brands International asked a federal appeals court Thursday to dismiss lawsuits filed again... [continue]

Florida elementary school stops serving Mountain Dew to students before standardized tests
A central Florida elementary school has stopped a long-standing practice of serving students Mountai... [continue]

Netanyahu blasts Palestinian leaders over Hamas coalition gov't; won't deal with terrorists
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (neh-ten-YAH'-hoo) says a decision by Palestinian authorit... [continue]

World News
Sainthood in a nutshell: Martyrs, miracles and the stuff of making saints
The Catholic Church makes saints to give the faithful role models.
 
Business News
Machine Learning: Windows Phone 8.1 Finally Catches Up to Its Rivals
With the addition of Cortana, Microsoft?s answer to Siri and Google Now, the mobile operating system... [continue]

DealBook: Zimmer Holdings to Buy Biomet for $13.35 Billion
The transaction, the latest in a wave of health care and pharmaceutical deals, will bring together t... [continue]

DealBook: I.S.S. Backs 2 Loeb Nominees for Sotheby?s Board
The report by Institutional Shareholder Services is the biggest show of support yet for Daniel S. Lo... [continue]

Risqu Names Reap Rewards for Some Companies
Nowadays, the bar for grabbing attention has moved higher ? or, more precisely, lower.[continue]

High & Low Finance: Loosening the Rules on Insider Trading
An appellate court seems inclined to change the rules on insider trading in a way that will make it ... [continue]

Technology News
Bits Blog: U.S. Plan for Internet Fast Lanes Contrasts With European Rules
A proposal in the United States that would allow Internet providers to charge companies for premium ... [continue]

Bits Blog: An iPhone Engineer-Turned-Game Maker Shares His Apple Story
Francisco Tolmasky?s experience building software for the original iPhone offers a rare window into ... [continue]

Bits | State of the Art: The Cloud Industry Needs Aereo to Win. But Consumers Need Something Better.
The Supreme Court battle over Aereo could cast a pall over the cloud computing industry. For consume... [continue]

Corner Office: Angus Davis of Swipely, on Working Around Flaws
Mr. Davis, the chief executive of Swipely, which sells software, says his flaws are ?part of who I a... [continue]

Bits Blog: Companies Back Initiative to Support OpenSSL and Other Open-Source Projects
The Heartlbleed bug that weakened the security of millions of web servers also exposed a flaw in ope... [continue]

 
Sports News
Up Close on Baseball?s Borders
Data released by Facebook offers a look at the geography of baseball fandom, ZIP code by ZIP code.[continue]

Photos: The Relays That Never Stopped Running
About 22,000 runners and 110,000 fans are expected this week at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. The... [continue]

Red Sox 5, Yankees 1: Yanks? Pineda Ejected After Pine Tar Is Spotted
Michael Pineda, who denied using pine tar on his pitching hand during a game against the Red Sox on ... [continue]

Sports Briefing : Tel Aviv in Euroleague Final Four
Maccabi Tel Aviv reached the Euroleague Final Four after an 86-66 home win over Emporio Armani Milan... [continue]

Sports Briefing: Wright-Phillips?s Hat Trick Leads Red Bulls
Bradley Wright-Phillips scored his first goal of the Major League Soccer season, added a second befo... [continue]

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