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Uninstall This Popular Antivirus Software If You…

It’s among the oldest adages in tech, the one about that product you think is free not really being free at all.

After Cop's Murder, Chilling Message Found On…

Before shooting one trooper and wounding others, woman scrawled a note on the wall of her home.

US Special Forces Being Pushed To The Breaking…

Repeated deployments by US special forces have affected discipline within the ranks, says a Pentagon report.

Man Charged With Killing 5 Of His Children

A man about to be released from a California prison has been arrested after new DNA evidence surfaced.

Trump Launches Attack Against The 'Dumbest Man On…

The president retaliated against a popular CNN reporter for mocking his supporters during an on-air segment.

Berlin film fest to zoom in on inner turmoil…

The co-director of the Berlin International Film Festival says it will have a decidedly “dark” focus this year

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Satellite Photo Shows Giant Mekong River's…

Southeast Asia’s giant Mekong River has turned from its usual muddy brown to aquamarine.

FDA Comes Down hard On Purell For False Claim

Hand sanitizer can kill a lot of bugs, but the FDA is calling foul on Purell's latest bold claim.

More Americans Went to the Library Than the Movie…

More Americans Went to the Library Than the Movie Theater in 2019 Among adults in Gallup's December 2019 poll, there was a reported average of 10.5 trips to a library last year. Heading to the movie theater was second on the list at 5.3 average trips. Rounding out the top 5 was sporting events at 4.7 and live music trips with 3.8. Taking in a national/historical park was fifth on the list at 3.7 trips. For library visits among genders, the poll adds women went to them nearly twice as much. Men are more likely to choose a sports event, a national park or casino. Gallup also shows that library visits were recorded more for those in low-income households. This is most likely because going to the library is free and provides access to a computer and the internet.

One Slippery Creature Manages To Survive…

A pink slug known to live on only one mountaintop in New South Wales, Australia, reportedly survived the devastating bushfires.

After Employee Backlash, WaPo Reverses Suspension

After an outcry from more than 400 of its own employees, the Washington Post has reversed its decision to suspend a reporter who tweeted about the 2003 rape allegation against Kobe Bryant soon after the NBA star's death Sunday. Managing editor Tracy Grant said Tuesday that while Felicia Sonmez's tweet...

Robert Pattinson Created 'Extreme And Grotesque…

Robert Pattinson gave “The Lighthouse director Robert Eggers the most intense masturbation scene. According to Business Insider, the actor threw up on himself but it was deemed “a bit too much.” Pattinson said the scene served as an “icebreaker” on set since they shot it on the first day. He said he wanted to “prove” himself and went for something “extreme and grotesque.” The film is Eggers’ second critically acclaimed movie following his 2015 horror, “The Witch."

Massive Earthquake Rips Through Popular Tourist…

Powerful magnitude 7.7 earthquake has struck south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica.

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How Kobe Bryant's Death Is Impacting This Year's…

The outpouring of grief around Kobe Bryant’s death this weekend has caused some companies to rethink their advertising strategy.

Not the best time for a swim

In Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, an earthquake rocked the island on Jan. 28, and created large waves in this pool.

The Call Of The Wild: Legend (TV Spot)

Trailer for 'The Call of the Wild' starring Karen Gillan, Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens, Bradley Whitford, Jean Louisa Kelly

Starbucks Closes More Than 2K Stores in China

Starbucks says it has closed more than half of its 4,292 stores in China and delayed releasing a financial forecast "due to the dynamic situation unfolding with the coronavirus ." China is the second-largest market for Starbucks, which is the first major American company to warn that it will take...

Sudan to tackle fuel subsidies as economy hangs…

Sudan’s new finance minister says his country is moving forward with an ambitious economic plan that will slash government subsidies starting in March and replace them with a cash payment to the poorest segment of the population

Here's What Your Voice Would Sound Like On Mars

At this time, scientists are still in the process of figuring out what it will take for humans to survive on Mars, but they do know what people would sound like there.

Nike Suspends Sale of Kobe Bryant Products

Nike Suspends Sale of Kobe Bryant Products All Kobe-related items have been removed from the Nike.com online store. A search for Bryant products results in a statement from the company. Nike, via statement Nike, via statement Nike, via statement Nike is still deciding what its strategy will be for releasing Bryant's signature shoe series, as the company wants to limit the sale of the shoe line on the secondary market. The Nike Kobe signature series have already been worn by more than 100 NBA players this season. Several players wore Bryant's sneakers on Sunday and wrote messages on them in tribute.

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Teen Raised $10K to Install Baby Box. It Paid Off…

Less than a year after an Indiana teen raised $10,000 to install a Safe Haven Baby Box in his town, a newborn was left inside the box. It took Hunter Wart, 19, more than a year to raise the funds; he mowed lawns and collected scrap metal, which he...

Boris Johnson Gives Huawei Limited Access To 5G…

Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave Huawei a limited role in Britain’s 5G mobile network. The U.S. was trying to exclude the Chinese telecoms company from the West’s next-generation communications. According to Reuters, Johnson will exclude Huawei from the sensitive core, where data is processed. They will also be banned from all critical networks and locations, such as nuclear sites and military bases.