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TIMELINE: Cruise outbreak the latest in a line of problems
The recent outbreak of norovirus on a cruise ship is just the latest in a line of on-board issues experiences by the cruise industry in recent years.
'Pick Boy,' a Waldo sighting and more: Super Bowl Media Day on social media
Thousands of media members from around the world -- some less legitimate than others -- thronged the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., to ask Broncos and Seahawks players and coaches questions on just about every imaginable topic. The results, predictably, created no small stir on social media. Here's a sampling.
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LIVE: 2014 State of the Union address
President Barack Obama delivers his fifth State of the Union address this evening to a joint session of Congress. He is expected to address issues of income inequality, immigration and pre-school education.
VIDEO: 10 memorable Super Bowl commercials
Super Bowl Sunday is America's unofficial holiday, and the buildup to the game is matched only by the anticipation of the commercials during the game. Here is our list of 10 of the most memorable spots in Super Bowl history.
VIDEO: Lessons from a master cat photographer
Walter Chandoha has been mastering the art of cat and dog photography for more than 60 years and he shares some of his secrets.
VIDEO: Team USA unveils Sochi uniforms
Members of the U.S. Olympic team appeared on the Today show Thursday to unveil the uniforms athletes will wear at the opening and closing ceremonies at the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
How threats to danish pastries spawned a debate over 'real cinnamon'
Like sugar being converted into carbon dioxide in a batch of cinnamon roll dough, trouble has been fermenting in Denmark over the past few months. The metaphorical yeast behind the turmoil is an EU regulation limiting the use of cassia cinnamon - the most commonly used type of cinnamon - due to concerns about a naturally occurring compound called coumarin, which can cause liver damage when consumed in large quantities.
Water, condition for life on Mars, confirmed by second NASA rover
Samples from the rim of a 3.7 billion year old crater on Mars are the earliest evidence of water activity yet discovered, confirming previous findings that conditions existed on the now-rocky planet for life formation.
The Internet's 25 worst passwords, and what they say about you
So in the spirit of educational password-shaming, here's SplashData's list of this year's 25 worst passwords, along with our own expert analysis of what each one says about the sort of person who uses it.
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