Saving babies worldwide with a revolutionary incubator
The low-cost Embrace blanket-style incubator, which was invented by four Stanford students, has helped 90,000 babies -- and counting -- around the world.
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10 Million in iPhone sales just the beginning for Apple
Consumers have already snapped up more than 10 million of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and the phones' big screens will likely lead to big sales for Apple for the rest of the year.
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Oakland's $1 billion garbage contract goes back to Waste Management
The Oakland City Council voted Monday night to give its $1 billion, 10-year garbage and organics collection contract back to Waste Management. The company had sued the city after officials awarded the deal to rival California Waste Solutions in August.
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Roadshow: With California's riches, why are roads so poor?
Potholes, congestion cost state drivers $44 billion a year.
French Laundry's Thomas Keller dishes on fame, golf and guilty pleasures
Who knew Thomas Keller had a thing for In-n-Out burgers? The famous Yountville chef talks about his love of golf, scotch, the restaurant business -- and his penchant for fries.
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Emma Watson delivers powerful speech on feminism
The 'Harry Potter' actress questions why women's rights has become so polarizing in a United Nations Speech in New York over the weekend.