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Far from the usual fare of sepia-washed croissant photos and arty street shots, writer James Bridle is using the photo-sharing social network to highlight US drone strikes in the Middle East.
In Sydney, a student complains that many people in front of her were letting friends cut in line. She feared she wouldn't get a phone. But then she allegedly caused an obstruction.
Monday, an Airbus 330 is taking happy people off to the Dominican Republic from Manchester, England, when its right-hand engine starts spouting flames.
In a peculiar interview, Will Smith and his son Jaden discuss pattern theory, mathematics, and man's lack of sophistication in the latter to promote their new movie "After Earth."
Kalorik Aztec Toaster packs familiar controls into a distinctive design.
French toaster utilizes a rotating basket to evenly toast odd-sized breads.
A judge in the UK tells Apple to run ads saying that Samsung didn't copy the iPad. The text of the ads might be up to Apple. Here are some versions.
A family in Florida is already in line to enjoy Black Friday deals at Best Buy. Their motivation, however, is not the deals. It's to be first, for once in their lives.
A report suggests that some Starbucks in New York are covering up outlets so that people can't sit there all day on their laptops.
It would be great if I could just write fiction all day long and not bother with having a real job or writing a blog.