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An English widow dispatched many a vessel to search for her lost husband, who never returned from the Arctic.
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Bose developed an electromagnetic suspension system, and watching it in action, it looks like magic. But for some reason, it didn't achieve commercial success.
As it readies for battle with President Trump over drug prices, the pharmaceutical industry is deploying economists and health care experts from the nation’s top universities, without always disclosing their corporate ties.
A massive memory leak from web services and security company Cloudflare may have exposed user data for thousands of sites using the service. In other words: it’s time to change your passwords.
After a long period of silence, Hillary Clinton reappears in a message to Democrats.
This phrase is witty, a twist on the expected, so people say it, laughingly, or maybe even seriously — in that self-effacing way privileged Americans who live in big cities and tend to brunch are so good at.
This is art in its purest form.
The truth is, you had to glitch the game to get a Mew. Still, that didn't stop some players from thinking there were actual legitimate ways to find one.
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None have yet been passed; many are on shaky Constitutional ground.
An Eastern Kentucky police chief has removed large decals with the Punisher skull and “Blue Lives Matter” from eight police cars after a backlash.
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Although there's no policy prohibiting women from spending an afternoon at the theater, Afghanistan's cinemas have long been considered off-limits for them.
In a recording obtained by BuzzFeed, the CEO of Uber responds to an internal group of women asking him to address what they say is a systemic problem within the company of sexual harassment.
Circumstantial evidence points to a North Korean hand in the assassination. And that could complicate Pyongyang’s relationship with China, its main ally.
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Another day, another data hack. This password manager protects your info by creating encrypted passwords for all your accounts that's managed by a single master password.
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The new slogan turns out to be an old saying.
Light travels at around 300,000 km per second. Why not faster? Why not slower? A new theory inches us closer to an answer.
After Samsung's explosion woes with the Galaxy Note 7, the last thing Apple wants is a fiery problem of their own, but at least one user has filmed what she says is her iPhone 7 Plus after it spontaneously caught on fire.
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It's dumb, meaningless, and might just be perfect.
Whether he's thundering through Shakespeare, leading the X-Men via telepathy or escorting us on a tour of his favorite Brooklyn haunts, the knighted British thespian radiates the charisma of a much younger man.
Research shows that people place too much importance on salary and promotion when making career choices.
Despite a French petition imploring him to, Barack Obama can't run for president of France. But weirdly enough, up until 2006, Bill Clinton could have, thanks to a strange legal quirk.
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