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Jonathan Serrie
Atlanta-based correspondent for Fox News (national)
Atlanta-based correspondent for Fox News (national)
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Valet of the future may park your car remotely

Cell phones and video game technology could revolutionize the way cars are parked and repositioned.

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Tired of hunting for a parking space?

Researchers are working on an app for that.
 

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Growing numbers seek faith-based alternative to ObamaCare

Faced with increasing premiums, this Georgia family cancelled their insurance and joined a health care sharing ministry. Although still a small niche market, these organizations have seen rapid growth since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, better known as ObamaCare. And their members are exempt from having to pay penalties for lacking health insurance. Article & video: http://fxn.ws/1BPH09U

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Looking back on Bloody Sunday

One of the original marchers recalls the police beatings she received at the age of 14, while trying to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama.

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Made in USA... by robots

Can high-tech reverse the outsourcing of clothing manufacturing? Researchers at Georgia Tech are teaming up with Atlanta-based startup SoftWear to design robots capable of manipulating flexible fabrics through conventional sewing machines. Their goals: shorter turnaround, greater customization and a "Made in USA" label on the clothes you wear.

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"We cannot rewrite history, but we can right history."

That's what Judge Mark Hays told a South Carolina courtroom as he overturned the 1961 convictions of the "Friendship Nine." The group of African-American college students served a 30 day sentence of hard labor for sitting at a whites only lunch counter in downtown Rock Hill. In this video, the CEO of the Center for Civil and Human Rights explains why their "jail, no bail" strategy proved to be so effective.

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Mobile gamers may help protect air travelers

Duke University researchers have teamed up with the developer of the "Airport Scanner" mobile game. They're using the app to crowdsource data on what the human brain finds (and misses) during searches.

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Gaming for national security

Researchers at Duke University have teamed up with the developers of the mobile game "Airport Scanner" to crowdsource data on how the human brain finds (and misses) targets during searches. It's not your traditional psychology lab.

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New developments in the debate over e-cigarettes:

The CDC says 16 million American children can legally purchase electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS). Here's why: http://tinyurl.com/ka9o57r
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Beer evangelists spread the gospel at bars

We're covering a fun story at Smith's Olde Bar. (No, really! We're actually working.) Atlanta Beer and Hymns is a ministry that takes the church to where the people are. "And it just so happens that lots of people are at bars," says organizer Karen Slappey. Article: http://fxn.ws/125r0TW Video: http://tinyurl.com/k577erm
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