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The Mars One project plans to send a crew of colonists to the Red Planet in about 10 years, but Muslims may have to defy a religious edict to make the trip.
The targets' appetite for sexually explicit material means their reputations can be undermined on charges of hypocrisy, according to a document released by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
A Hamburg, N.Y., Walmart assistant manager likens two Muslim women's full-cover clothing to a Halloween costume. He is fired, even though he says he didn't post the comments and picture from work.
It took heat for advertising on the TLC show, then withdrew--because, it said, the show is awful. Though it didn't quite phrase it that way.
Steve Deckert's latest vacuum-tube amp design lights up the Audiophiliac's speakers!
Jeep's newest offering debuts in Geneva, bringing "Trail Rated" off-road capability to the small SUV class.
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Perhaps spurred by Apple embracing "Designed in California," Google's tease of its new Moto X claims it's "designed, engineered and assembled in the USA." Just in time for July 4.
The film that sparked protests across the Middle East is now the subject of a lawsuit brought by one of the video's actresses, who says she was unaware of its anti-Muslim content.
According to a survey, Americans say their biggest concern with online infiltrators is that their financial info will be spied on. Some even admit they're worried about privacy while browsing porn.
A Swiss right-wing politician turns to Twitter to suggest a Kristallnacht against Muslims. He resigns from his party's executive committee and his employer fires him.