The FBI's webcam prowess
The FBI can secretly activate any computer’s webcam and view a room without turning on the indicator light, according to a former top official of the agency. That tactic has been used mostly in terrorism cases and “serious” criminal cases, said former FBI official Marcus Thomas.
The Washington Post

The third leading cause of death
About 440,000 people die as a result of preventable error in U.S. hospitals every year, a new study in the Journal of Patient Safety found. That means one in six deaths can be attributed to mistakes in hospitals, making them the third-leading cause of death.

Less exercise for today's Moms
Mothers today are less physically active than their 1965 counterparts. On average, today’s moms spend 7 more hours per week sitting down—largely driving, watching television, or using digital technology—than 1965 moms, who spent more time on their feet doing physical housework or child care.

Wealthy, for a time
Fully 20 percent of U.S. adults earn a household income of $250,000 or more at some point in their lives, a new study found, putting them at least temporarily among the “rich”—the top 2 percent of earners.
Associated Press

Where same-sex relationships are criminalized
Same-sex relationships are still criminalized in 76 countries, according to the United Nations. Almost all are in Africa and the Middle East.