March 3, 2008 Is living in a city healthy for its inhabitants? Lots of studies list the benefits of city life -- chief among them, the 8 to 10 pounds urbanites keep off by walking all over the place. There are other perks, too, like centralized healthcare and a...
March 3, 2008 Paging Mr. C. Kret: Your van is causing a Web-jam.
February 14, 2008 Urban pursuits: Love that City Bike.
February 1, 2008 Must Super Sunday lead to Sick Day Monday?
January 23, 2008 Meet my needs: the MacBook Air vs. the XO kids laptop.
January 15, 2008 It's not an iPhone, but Apple's new ultra-portable computer may spark a flurry of purchases by people ready to update their laptops. The company also announced a new plan to allow movie rentals through its iTunes program.
January 8, 2008 City living: A fashion blast from the past.
December 24, 2007 Dashing to the bottle store? A liquor for the last minute.
December 17, 2007 NPR's pet bat: AWOL -- or worse?
December 13, 2007 Video: World's cutest bat.
December 11, 2007 Friendly scientist identifies NPR's pet bat.
December 10, 2007 World's cutest bat nestles in Washington, D.C., wall.
July 5, 2007 Firebrand cleric Abdul Aziz was nabbed after a female police officer tried to search his body, which was concealed by a full-length black burqa. Aziz's escape attempt was doomed — and he's not the first to be failed by the burqa disguise. There is even a new Pakistani horror movie featuring "Burqa Man."
March 28, 2007 The U.S. economy is growing at a slower rate than in previous quarters, according to Federal Reserve Chairman Benjamin Bernanke. In Congress, Bernanke said that the Fed is monitoring inflation, along with two key variables: the housing and energy markets.
December 15, 2006 Fed Chairman Benjamin Bernanke calls for China to reduce its massive trade surplus. Among his suggestions: enact policies to increase China's consumer spending; embrace more flexibility in the exchange rate; and develop more of a 'social safety net', so that households will be less preoccupied with saving and more willing to invest.
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