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The future of 3D food printing is closer than you might imagine. We've already seen printers that churn out chocolate delights, and we've read many more stories on 3D printed cakes, pasta, and cookies. But a burrito made by a 3D printer?
By MARK KENNEDYAP Drama Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - It's hard enough for the parents of a toddler to balance work and home. So imagine how hard it is if the work itself is all about balancing.
Meet Jeremie Robert and Julie Dionne, two acrobats in Cirque du
TORONTO (AP) - Police were looking for a suspect after a fatal daylight shooting outside a gelato shop in Toronto's Little Italy neighborhood on Monday, where dozens of soccer fans had gathered to watch a European Championship game.
Police said one person was
By Kate Stanhope,
Wuff! Wuff! Wuff!
Arsenio Hall is returning to late-night eight years after The Arsenio Hall Show left the air.
Hall, 56, is developing a new show with CBS Television Distribution that would debut in Fall 2013.
By Brian Bloch
In the late 1970s, business academic Archie Carroll published some now classic work on corporate ethics and social responsibility. His work includes the well-known CSR Pyramid (Corporate Social Responsibility), which deals with stakeholders, economic responsibilities, philanthropy
By ANGELA K. BROWNAssociated Press
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - The Army psychiatrist charged in the fatal Fort Hood shooting rampage will be barred from the courtroom during his pretrial hearing Tuesday if he hasn't shaved his beard and will be forced to watch the proceedings
By Lindsay Silberman,
Would the Kardashian family be a tabloid sensation if they all weren't ridiculously good-looking?That's one of the many hard-hitting questions Oprah Winfrey asked the reality TV clan on Sunday's Next Chapter, where she sat down with Bruce,
By MIKE SCHNEIDERAssociated Press
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The former neighborhood watch volunteer who killed Trayvon Martin told his wife to buy bulletproof vests for them and for his attorney, according to jailhouse calls released Monday.
"As uncomfortable as it
By ANTONIO GONZALEZAP Sports Writer
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The U.S. Open yields few birdies or big celebrations.
At Olympic Club, they always come in strange places.
Webb Simpson walked off the 18th green on a fog-filled Sunday evening with his
By LINDA DEUTSCHAP Special Correspondent
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Rodney King, who died Sunday after a troubled life, never meant to change the Los Angeles Police Department - but that's what he ended up doing.
The mention of King's name will always recall