As NJ red light-camera program fades, lawmaker seeks green light for smart cars

As NJ red light-camera program fades, lawmaker seeks green light for smart cars  Legislators in New Jersey appear poised to sweep the state's red light-camera program into history's dustbin, but the man who led the effort already has his eyes on the next generation of safety tech.
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Dwight Evans considers another run for Philly mayor

Dwight Evans considers another run for Philly mayor Perhaps the third time's the charm? A politician who unsuccessfully ran for mayor of Philadelphia twice is thinking about giving it another try next year.
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Review: 'QED' and the nature of probability

Review: 'QED' and the nature of probabilityRichard Feynman lived large, and what he got in return was large indeed. Feynman, who died in 1988 at the age of 69, was that most visionary of scientists: a theoretical physicist, a man who specializes in determining

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25 years after Berlin Wall's end, remembering a rough re-unification
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25 years after Berlin Wall's end, remembering a rough re-unification

As we mark the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall's demise, I often think back to the first time I visited the newly re-unified Germany. Coming to terms with post-1989 Germany has not been simple for its residents.
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Sears, I'm going to miss you when you're gone

“I’m serious!” “Well, I’m Roebuck. Who’s minding the store.” That old joke may cease to exist in the too-near future, as Sears begins to bite the dust.

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Sixers' strategy of losing could be damaging its young players

Sixers' strategy of losing could be damaging its young players

NewsWorks Tonight Producer Shai Ben-Yaacov spoke with Ian Robertson, Chair of Psychology at Trinity College in Dublin. He's author of the book "The Winner Effect: the Neuroscience of Success."
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The need for space tourism, explained by an astronaut in 90 seconds

The need for space tourism, explained by an astronaut in 90 seconds

In the wake of two recent commercial space mishaps, it's fair to ask: Does space tourism help or hinder space exploration? "To me," says former NASA astronaut Leroy Chiao, "the answer is clear — commercial space ventures
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