Daily Archive: Tuesday, February 7, 2017

A Console With Quirks, for Tinkerers

The cube runs a version of Android, Google’s phone software. That’s no coincidence; its guts are about what you’d find in a phone or tablet. Photo The Ouya gives humorous status messages and offers 200 video games to owners, like Final Fantasy III and Beast Boxing Turbo. It connects to your television with a single

WATCH: Feds release video from trains of fiery 2013 crash near Casselton

The NTSB met Tuesday, Feb. 7, in Washington, D.C., to release the final results of a crash investigation that lasted more than three years. The crash on Dec. 30, 2013, involved two BNSF trains about a half-mile west of Casselton. An eastbound oil train collided with a derailed westbound grain train. The derailment triggered a

Sparks fly as Vatican conference challenges China on organs

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Participants at a Vatican conference on organ trafficking challenged China on Tuesday to allow independent scrutiny to ensure it is no longer using organs from executed prisoners, saying Chinese assurances aren’t enough to prove the transplant program has been reformed. Sparks flew in the afternoon session of the meeting as China’s