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Europe Hits Microsoft With $731 Million Fine Over Browser Options

Some sloppy coding on an update to Microsoft’s Windows 7 two years ago has cost the computer giant a $731 […]

Kerry Says He’s Confident Arms Reaching Syrian Rebels

Secretary of State John Kerry says he believes that arms are reaching the rebels in Syria and that the U.S. […]

Valerie Harper, TV’s ‘Rhoda,’ Reveals She Has Terminal Brain Cancer

Saying that she doesn’t think about dying, she thinks “of being here now,” actress Valerie Harper has revealed to People […]

Why The Library Of Congress Has A Lock On Your Phone

What it means to own something in the digital age is being re-negotiated. Few of us own the music we […]

South Korea Vows Retaliation If Pyongyang Makes Good On Military Threat

South Korea upped the ante on Wednesday after Pyongyang threatened to scrap the armistice that ended a brutal war between […]

No Ordinary ‘Acrobat’: An Unconventional History Of The Circus

Whenever I think of the circus (which, admittedly, is rarely), the first thing that comes to mind is Bruce Davidson’s […]

Book News: ‘Superman’ Artist Quits Amid Uproar Over Author’s Views On Homosexuality

The daily lowdown on books, publishing, and the occasional author behaving badly. Chris Sprouse, the illustrator slated to work with […]

198,000 Jobs Added In February, Report Shows; January Growth Revised Upward

There were 198,000 jobs added to private employers’ payrolls in February, according to the latest ADP National Employment Report — […]

In China, Baby’s Brutal Death Raises Questions For Many About Nation’s Values

A tale of two car thefts has transfixed China, sparking a new bout of soul-searching. It’s generated far more attention […]

After Chávez: His ‘Revolution’ Is Likely To Continue

Venezuelan Vice President Nicolás Maduro “controls the purse strings” and his opponents have been looking weak, NPR’s Juan Forero said […]

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