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- Putin declares Sochi Paralympics open amid Ukrainian protest
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- Navy’s first laser weapon ready for prime time; drone killer to deploy this summer
- Billionaire backer: Rick Santorum ‘needs to be heard’ in 2016
- Obamacare fallout: 49 percent pessimistic; 45 percent ‘scared’
- DHS accused of holding U.S. citizen at airport, using emails to pry into her sex life
- Seattle socialist: Minimum-wage discussion skewed by ‘right-wing’ GAO analysis
Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Nintendo
Some kids - well, a lot of kids - play video games. For some, interest fades as they get older. For others, like David Hanson, the passion only grows stronger.
A legendary ape and his pals attempt to liberate their homelands in a chilly, side-scrolling adventure available for Nintendo’s Wii U.
Police in Leominster are investigating after a local Girl Scout leader reported that someone stole three cases of cookies and $4,000 in cookie sales proceeds from her home.
Retro Studios' challenging new platformer could be one of the best in the genre's history. The level of difficulty, though, might be too much for some gamers.
Donkey Kong: He jumps. He punches. He swings on vines and swims with sharks. He wears a monogrammed necktie.
A look at the games headed to Nintendo's console in 2014 that could make it a must-have item for families.
The conference room inside Big Red Button Entertainment's offices would look unremarkable if it weren't for the vibrant panoramas of a cartoony, tree-filled world plastered next to portraits of colorful creatures and robots on the walls. At first glance, one of the critters looks like Sonic the Hedgehog - if he donned a brown scarf and sport tape around his appendages.
While video game consoles can't help users save money or stop smoking - yet, anyway - there are a few recently released games that can help with the most popular of New Year's resolutions: exercise. Here's a look at four titles that offer an alternative to working out at the gym or with a personal trainer:
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The usual suspects are back in new video game installments in 2014 — Mario, Solid Snake and Master Chief, to name a few— but this year they'll also be joined be some shadowy newcomers with monikers like Aiden Pearce and Delsin Rowe.
Nintendo's famed plumbers and their pals return to thwart the evil plans of the King of the Koopas in the dazzling gaming event for the Wii U.
Preparing for Black Friday is something a number of households are doing this year. Families across the United States are using Black Friday as a day of family gathering and celebration.
Are your kids riding the 'en-tidal-ment' wave? What you can do to help your kids have good priorities and to avoid materialism.
The man who introduced the world to Super Mario died Thursday morning of pneumonia at a hospital in Japan.
Leonard Hankerson is experiencing what his father could not. Being a dad fortifies his identity as he becomes a man himself at age 24. He navigates typical challenges of fatherhood in an atypical dynamic: He is operating without a blueprint; he's the product of a culture in which raising children is optional for fathers in many cases, and his job as a receiver for the Washington Redskins significantly impacts his role as a provider and caretaker for his children.
The two football fields at Lauderhill Middle School come alive each weeknight during the summer and fall. Youth football teams of all ages practice on their allotted sections of turf. Whistles chirp between the crunches of shoulder pads and helmets. Cheerleader squads rehearse their routines on the periphery.