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Mon Dieu! No More Work Email At Home For Some French Workers

Mon Dieu! No More Work Email At Home For Some French Workers

French workers already enjoy a 35-hour workweek and at least five weeks of vacation. Now, many of them won’t have to check their work email after 6 p.m.

Obama: Passing Of Fort Hood Victims ‘Shakes Our Soul’

Obama: Passing Of Fort Hood Victims ‘Shakes Our Soul’

The killing of three soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, “shakes our soul,” President Obama said on Wednesday.

Google Trains Its Lenses On Cambodia’s Ancient Temples

Google Trains Its Lenses On Cambodia’s Ancient Temples

Google has created a virtual trek through Cambodia’s jungle temples that aims to transport cyber-travelers to a wonder of the ancient world.

Flight 370 Vanished A Month Ago. What Happens Now?

Flight 370 Vanished A Month Ago. What Happens Now?

One month ago, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared during a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. An international search team has spent weeks combing the Indian Ocean for signs of the missing Boeing 777. Here’s a summary of where we are with the hunt for the jetliner.

100-Year-Old Message In A Bottle Plucked From Baltic Sea

100-Year-Old Message In A Bottle Plucked From Baltic Sea

On a nature hike along Germany’s Baltic Coast in 1913, 20-year-old Richard Platz scrawled a note on a postcard, shoved it into a brown beer bottle, corked it and tossed it into the sea.

UConn Women Win, Making School Center Of College Hoops World

UConn Women Win, Making School Center Of College Hoops World

By routing Notre Dame 79-58 Tuesday night in Nashville, the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team won its ninth NCAA championship — which means that coach Geno Auriemma is no longer tied with legendary Tennessee coach Pat Summitt for the most titles among women’s coaches.

Many Students Stabbed, Cut At Pennsylvania High School

Many Students Stabbed, Cut At Pennsylvania High School

At least 19 teenagers and one adult were injured, some seriously, Wednesday morning at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, Pa., when a male suspect who may have been one of their fellow students attacked them with sharp weapons — reportedly, two knives.

Russia Issues Warning As Ukraine Forcibly Removes Protesters

Russia Issues Warning As Ukraine Forcibly Removes Protesters

Riot police and other Ukrainian forces are cracking down on pro-Russian demonstrators in eastern Ukraine, drawing a warning from neighboring Russia on Tuesday that also alleged an American military contractor is helping Ukraine.

Death Toll At 33 In Washington State Mudslide

Death Toll At 33 In Washington State Mudslide

The number of dead from last month’s mudslide near Oso, Wash., has been officially raised to 33 by the Snohomish County medical examiner’s office.

New Airline Survey Gives Virgin America Top Rating

New Airline Survey Gives Virgin America Top Rating

U.S. airlines got their highest ratings in more than 20 years in 2013, according to an annual survey in which Alaska Airlines came in 5th.