Jimmy Carter will pass George H.W. Bush to become the longest living president today, at 94 years and 172 days old. He's become the most accomplished ex-president in American history, having worked on more than 4,000 homes for Habitat for Humanity, traveled the world promoting human rights, and becoming the only U.S. president to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for work done after his time in office in 2002. (CBS)
Facebook officials admitted on Thursday that the tech giant stored hundreds of millions of user passwords in plain text -- able to be read by employees. Facebook said the passwords weren't visible to anyone outside of the company, adding that "we have found no evidence to date that anyone internally abused or improperly accessed them." They plan to notify hundreds of millions of users about this, including Instagram users. (ABC)
Bakersfield is ranked top 20 in national ranking of largest 100 cities according to dog parks. The Trust for Public Land released new data saying Bakersfield is currently ranked 18. According to the survey there are 810 off-leash dog parks in the nation's 100 largest cities. (KBAK TV)
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