For $3,500 a year, Texas Tech has hired a company that can automatically run every athlete's Facebook posts and tweets through a filter that searches for profanity or words related to drugs, sex or anything inappropriate or controversial.
North Dakota, known for blizzards and floods, is getting sensors to check for earthquakes as part of a national project listening to what happens underground.
The possibility of a big quake damaging the state is remote: Only a handful of quakes have been recorded in North Dakota, and the biggest one 40 years ago shook barely enough to rattle dishes. Still, scientists say they are finding low-level tremors.
By James MacPherson, The Associated Press
, July 27, 2009
Federal regulators are asking financial institutions to monitor their use of government money received under the $700 billion rescue plan and other support.
January 13, 2009
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