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Teenager survives flight over Pacific in jet wheel well: FBI

(Reuters) - A teenage boy who ran away from home survived a five-hour flight in the freezing wheel well of a jetliner that reached 38,000 feet as it traveled from California to Hawaii, the FBI said.

Boston Marathon to feature second-largest field in race history

BOSTON (Reuters) - Some 36,000 athletes, including Kenyan and Ethiopian runners who are consistently ranked among the world's fastest, will run in the 118th Boston Marathon on Monday, putting the world-renown race back in the spotlight after it was marred by last year's bombing attack.

Marijuana fans pack 4/20 events in Colorado, Washington state

(Reuters) - Thousands of marijuana enthusiasts gathered in Colorado and Washington state over the weekend for an annual celebration of cannabis culture with rallies, concerts and trade shows in the first two U.S. states to legalize recreational marijuana.

Marijuana fans pack 4/20 events in Colorado, Washington state

DENVER (Reuters) - Thousands of marijuana enthusiasts gathered in Colorado and Washington state over the weekend for an annual celebration of cannabis culture with rallies, concerts and trade shows in the first two states to legalize recreational marijuana.

Sleeping California teen killed when car plows into apartment

(Reuters) - A 16-year-old girl asleep in her bed was killed early Sunday when a suspected drunk driver careened into an apartment building in southern California, law enforcement officials said.

Brother, sister, both four, die in New York house fire on Easter morning

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A house fire that left two young children dead early Easter Sunday in New York City was sparked accidentally, possibly by a child playing with a lighter or matches, emergency officials said.

Boston Marathon looks to emerge from shadow of 2013 bombing

BOSTON (Reuters) - Runners from the world's elite racers to first-timers will step to the Boston Marathon starting line on Monday for the first time the race has been held since last year's deadly bombing attack.

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Salt Lake Tribune - Nation / World

Paul Rolly: Yet another way to get a parking ticket in Salt Lake City

Questionnaire asks Utah cops if they are liars

Birdie from bunker lifts Kuchar to win

Super Bowl blowout motivates Broncos

Nene leads Wizards to victory over Bulls

Spurs rally past Mavericks

NHL: Flyers rally to beat Rangers 4-2, even series

Wawrinka wins final vs. Federer

NBA playoffs: LaMarcus Aldridge leads Portland over Houston 122-120 in OT

Churches gather for Easter sunrise in Salt Lake City

Pope makes Easter plea for peace in Ukraine and Syria

Study: Corn biofuels release more greenhouse gases than gasoline

Transcript shows confusion over ferry evacuation

96,000 pounds of Oscar Mayer wieners recalled

Boxer won fight to clear his name

On Easter, Assad tours Christian village recaptured from rebels

Iran: Jet tied to Utah bank chartered by Ghana

Utah day laborers lining up for more ‘doing’

Nene dominates, Wizards rally past Bulls, 102-93

Study: Fuels from corn waste not better than gas

Utah Jazz: Coach Tyrone Corbin set for meeting with general manager

Washington Insight: The Sagebrush Rebellion lives on with Bundy dispute

Buddhists building new temple in Utah

Body discovered in Memory Grove

Provo police investigating two discovered skeletons

Utah Lit: Writer’s global rail journey reveals storied history of the train

In West Bank, teen offenders face different fates

Signs say you aren’t ready to be married

Lawmakers call for tighter sanctions on Russia

APNewsBreak: Africa land grabs endanger elephants

Woman reunited with dog, TV snatched on 1st date

Brand names in New York standardized tests vex parents

General Mills scraps plan to strip consumers of right to sue

Boxer Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter dies at 76

Bid, Dick, bid: ‘Dick and Jane’ artworks for sale

Sleeping girl killed after car drives into home

Country music singer Kevin Sharp dies at age 43

Kraft recalls 96,000 pounds of Oscar Mayer wieners

Travis Wilson, Kendal Thompson and what we know after Utah spring ball

Paraglider critically injured after apparent parachute collapse

Kirby: Hard for Utahns to choose between atheists and aliens

PCL baseball: Albuquerque’s 11-run first inning dooms Salt Lake Bees

Why all the hate for Salt Lake City’s new federal courthouse?

ACA demands may limit taxpayer response time, IRS chief says

Fracking foes cringe as unions back drilling boom

Utah gymnastics: Utes leave NCAAs empty-handed

Utah gymnastics: No easy way to decide qualifiers for NCAA individuals

Utah Jazz sure of destination, unsure how they’ll get there

Kragthorpe: Real Salt Lake gets even with another win over Timbers

Marijuana tourism booms in Colorado, though officials remain skeptical

On eve of marathon, festivities and tight security

Hallelujah! Mormon Tabernacle Choir celebrates Easter with a powerful ‘Messiah’

Everest avalanche a reminder of risks Sherpas face

As Real Salt Lake heals, it will need brawny depth

Ex-NFL punter Chris Kluwe tells atheists to strive for empathy in Utah

Op-ed: I am a Muslim who stands ‘Boston Strong’

‘Capt. America’ tops box office for third week

In Colorado, a pot holiday tries to go mainstream

Will: When is a lie not a lie?

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Photos: Air Jordans From 1985 to Today

A look back at the history of Air Jordans, from 1985-2014.

Strange Apps That Gamify Every Aspect of Your Life

intro: "Gamification," or applying game thinking to non-game activities, is a tech term that's been around long enough that many of the apps on our smartphones use the concept. And many times, we don't even realize we're part of a game with multiple purposes. Take for example, a new app called Wellapets, that teaches children how to care for their asthma with virtual pets. LifeGuard Games' CEO and founder Alex Ryu, 25, says some parents have told him children who don't have asthma have enjoyed playing the game without even realizing the health purpose behind it, and that's ok too. "We want it to be enjoyable," Ryu said. The app, developed by a Harvard Medical School student, features fire-breathing dragon pets on Apple iOS devices like iPhones or Android ones. The app teaches children to learn how to manage their asthma in a fun, interactive way. Here is more about Wellapets and more websites and apps that could gamify a wide range of activities in your life. quicklist: title: Children With Asthma media: 23352515 category: Wellapets text: Ryu, who is on leave from the Harvard Medical School, released Wellapets on March 28 with a team of three and while working with pediatricians from Boston Children's Hospital. The app is ideally for children ages 6 to 11 and free, though Ryu said he hopes to one day use a subscription model. "The greater vision is to use the virtual pet through a series of games to make children smarter and healthier," Ryu said. Other topics LifeGuard Games hopes to tackle are financial literacy and other health issues, possibly food allergies. quicklist: title: Running/Fitness media: 23352695 category: Runkeeper text: Runkeeper allows people to keep track of their running, cycling, hiking and several other physical activities. Share with your friends, sync with your goals and get healthy. The company recently introduced the Breeze app that tracks every step you take. quicklist: title: Health/Hitting the Gym media: 23352799 category: Pact text: Pact encourages positive behaviors, like going to the gym, by fining you money if you skip out on your commitment. The premise allows those who go to the gym according to their “pact” to never pay money. You provide your credit card information when you first sign up and then you pay an amount of your choosing, if you do not follow your pact. Initially called GymPact, the company changed its name to Pact when it widened its use beyond going to your local health club. Read More: GymPact App Makes Workout Skippers Pay Up quicklist: title: Budgeting media: 23352876 category: Mint text: Mint is a personal finance app and website that encourages you to keep to your budgeting and saving goals. You can sync your bank accounts and credit cards. Feel shame and embarrassment when your savings goals are in the red and elation when you keep within your monthly restaurants budget. Read More: Wedding Registry App Lets Couples Add Items from Anywhere quicklist: title: Sleep/Fitness media: 23352923 category: Fitbit text: Fitness device Fitbit tracks every step you take and even how much you sleep and the quality of it. Walking urbanites can proudly share their number of steps when they compare with car-driving friends. Read More: Fitbit Recalls ‘Force’ Wristband in Rash Move Competitor Jawbone is also pushing its sleep function. quicklist: title: Learning a Language media: 23353018 category: Duolingo text: Using a quiz-style format of learning, Duolingo allows you to learn basic Spanish, French, Italian, German and Portuguese. The app is free and you can choose to start anywhere in a range of levels. quicklist: title: Dating media: 23353102 category: Coffee Meets Bagel text: "Quality dating made easy" is the tag line for Coffee Meets Bagel. Started by three sisters, the free service utilizes the Facebook networks of your friends for potential dates, with the premise that you may have a higher chance of compatibility in your social networks. Members receive one match, or bagel, daily at noon, then choose to "like" or "pass" their bagels. If two members "like" each other's profiles, they are matched and given the opportunity to meet in person. If you want to find out who is the social connection between you and your match (a.k.a. your mutual friend), you can pay money to the site. Read More: Tinder, Locals and Other Apps Give Online Dating a Makeover quicklist: title: Hooking Up media: 23353305 category: Tinder text: As Time Magazine describes Tinder: "Tinder is a smartphone app that at first seems like a higher tech version 'hot or not.' Users are shown photos of nearby potential matches and can swipe right to 'like' and left for 'nope.' Mutual right swipes result in a match, followed by the prompt to either send a message or 'keep playing.'" Fast-growing app Tinder instantly introduces you to your friends’ friends, using the same premise of inclusive social networks that Coffee Meets Bagel uses. Except, Tinder has unofficially become the app for fast flings, instead of relationships, as reported in the most recent Olympic games in Russia. Yes, it apparently is popular with some athletes. Read More: Tinder Hook-Ups Off the Hook Among Sochi Athletes

Stunning Private Islands For Sale

From an island in the Bahamas with its own airplane landing strip to a woodsy getaway near Maine in Canadian waters, if you have the cash, you can live in paradise on your very own private island.

Find Out Who Topped Jay Z as the Wealthiest Hip Hop Artist

Diddy, Puff Daddy, Puffy, P. Diddy, or whatever else you want to call him, Sean Combs is numero uno, according to Forbes' list of wealthiest hip hop artists released today.

10 Most Awful Jobs for 2014 Revealed

CareerCast.com has their annual ranking of 200 different vocations across North America... and lumberjacks aren't cutting it!

Best of the Best? 4 Companies on Best Places to Work Lists

What are the best places to work in the U.S.? There's no lack of lists claiming to answer this question. Business Insider released its list of the 50 best places to work. It has little in common with Fortune's annual list of 100 best companies, released in January.

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More Crew Members Detained in Korean Ferry Investigation

Three of the ship’s mates and a chief engineer aboard the sunken ferry were detained on Monday, as divers continued to search for the missing.

Afghan Couple Find Idyllic Hide-Out in Mountains, but Not for Long

Mohammad Ali and Zakia, running from her family and the police, were welcomed into the home of distant relatives until their location was revealed.

Wizards 102, Bulls 93: Wizards Beat Bulls at Their Own Gritty Game

Led by Nene’s 24 points, the Wizards erased a 13-point deficit against a team known for its toughness and seized a 1-0 series lead.

U.S. Promotes Network to Foil Digital Spying

The State Department and other agencies are spending millions to finance local systems, known as mesh networks, as more secure alternatives to the Internet.

Jeb Bush’s Rush to Make Money May Be Hurdle

Mr. Bush’s efforts to capitalize on his résumé and reputation have thrust him into situations that may prove challenging to explain should he mount a campaign for the presidency.

50 Years Into the War on Poverty, Hardship Hits Back

McDowell County, W.Va., has been a public face of hardship for more than a half-century. But today, it is burdened with a different, less tractable kind of poverty.

Photos Link Masked Men in East Ukraine to Russia

Descriptions from eastern Ukraine endorsed by the Obama administration suggest many of the mysteriously well-armed gunmen there are Russian military and intelligence forces.

Aracataca Journal: Magic Ebbs From Colombian Town That Informed an Author’s Work

For Gabriel García Márquez, Aracataca served as the model for the fictitious town of Macondo in “One Hundred Years of Solitude.” For Cataqueros, it serves as home.

Ukrainian Gas Broker Faces Scrutiny

Dmytro Firtash has made billions brokering gas deals, but he now faces both a criminal indictment and a racketeering lawsuit in United States courts.

Health Law Fund-Raising Is Detailed

A Government Accountability Office report discussed how the Obama administration raised money from outside groups to promote enrollment in health insurance.

California’s Thirsting Farmland

California farmers have never relied only on rain. But given a prolonged drought and environmental regulations, the jockeying for water is becoming more intense.

Anti-Junta Myanmar Journalist Win Tin Dies at 85

Win Tin, a prominent journalist who became Myanmar's longest-serving political prisoner after challenging military rule by co-founding the National League for Democracy, died Monday, He was 85.

Errors Mounted as Chaos Ruled Capsizing Ferry

A portrait of chaos is emerging from crew members, survivors and a transcript of the vessel’s final 40 minutes of communications with emergency dispatchers.

Starting in June, ‘Today’ Will Simulcast on SiriusXM

NBC is announcing a deal with the satellite radio service that will bring all four hours of its franchise morning news show to radio.

In Silicon Valley Thriller, a Settlement May Preclude the Finale

Four leading tech companies are pushing to settle a class-action suit with several noteworthy angles, including questions over employee rights and the death of a programmer who helped set the case in motion.

After Everest Disaster, Sherpas Contemplate Strike

As the Sherpas, who put themselves at great risk to guide affluent clients up Mount Everest, mulled an unprecedented strike, some would-be climbers said their passion for the ascent was gone.

New Mayor and a New Agenda, but Little Change Within the Ranks

While Mayor Bill de Blasio continues to stock the top levels of his administration, city records show the next rung of crucial decision-makers are mostly holdovers from his predecessor.

San Bernardino Battles Calpers Pension Demands

After having declared bankruptcy, San Bernardino wants to make a deal with Calpers to reduce the amount of money it owes the pension system.

City Room: A Bright and Colorful Easter Sunday

New Yorkers across the city dressed to impress to celebrate Easter on a cheerful Sunday. Blooming trees, strollers on Fifth Avenue and Brooklyn churchgoers all looked grand under the gleaming sun.

Flyers 4, Rangers 2: Flyers Put End to One Skid and Keep Another One Going

The Rangers jumped to an early 2-0 lead, but the Flyers used the strong goaltending of Ray Emery and a second-period goal by Luke Schenn to even the series at 1-1.

A Lead Grows, but Runoff Is Likely in Afghan Race

The candidate Abdullah Abdullah widened his lead, but neither of the top contenders seemed to be on track to win more than 50 percent of the vote.

Pentagon Memo: Army’s Ban on Some Popular Hairstyles Raises Ire of Black Female Soldiers

Black women in the Army have criticized new regulations banning twists, dreadlocks and large cornrows as showing a lack of understanding about black hair.

Sports of The Times: Carter Was a Fighter Who Stood His Ground

Rubin Carter led a fascinating life, one that can be used as a lesson to young athletes so consumed with attaining wealth and glory that they lose sight of forging an enduring legacy.

Critic’s Notebook: Imagining a Streetcar Line Along the Waterfront

The vision of a streetcar route between Red Hook and Astoria would provide much-needed transit to areas where millennials and thousands of less affluent New Yorkers live.

Renoir Shows His True Colors

When conservators at the Art Institute of Chicago wanted to find the missing pigment in a portrait by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, they used laser light to reveal the original hues.

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