[00:02]Personal electronic devices are now ubiquitous... But when
[00:06]the moment comes to recharge, you're reminded of their
[00:10]limitations as you scramble to locate your different charging
[00:14]doodads. Kensington's power inverter can liberate you.
[00:20]Shave at the end of a bath or shower. The warm water
[00:24]"softens up the hair so it comes out easier," says Dr. Marjory
[00:28]Nigro, a Houston dermatologist. And use shaving cream to
[00:34]lubricate and soften the hair.
[00:40]Tebow said, "He can inspire, motivate and drive people
[00:45]like not many people I've been around. I'm so excited and
[00:50]proud for Coach Addazio."
[00:55]... but low-risk pregnancies can become high-risk in
[00:59]minutes: A baby's shoulder might get stuck in the birth canal,
[01:03]or heavy bleeding could necessitate a blood transfusion for the mother.
[01:10]As such stores proliferate, customers have stopped
[01:13]shopping for quality meat, he says, and started searching for
[01:17]buzzwords like "organic," "grass fed" or "local," which vary
[01:23]in definition from store to store.
[01:28]James Hanson, a climate scientist at NASA's Goddard
[01:32]Space Laboratory in New York, found that soot particles
[01:36]embedded in snow absorb the sun's energy and radiate heat...
[01:43]The most exciting chamber music recitals in the U.S.
[01:47]originate in a wooden box in a small, white clapboard cottage
[01:53]in Vermont. Into the box go requests for performances of
[01:57]everything from Mozart to Schoenberg...
[02:04]A few weeks ago, Alan Greenspan warned against the
[02:07]megamergers in the banking industry. Who is going to
[02:11]supervise, regulate and operate as lender of last resort with
[02:17]the gigantic banks that are being created?
[02:22]Tahoe was found in a Virginia parking lot, its license plates
[02:27]stripped, but police haven't found a body or other evidence
[02:31]of foul play. Even so, officials have strongly suggested that
[02:37]Dennehy might have been murdered.