After Brazil's president took office, a law student urged the killing of people in the region of the country who voted for her. Now, a federal judge ruled a prison sentence is in order.
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You've seen the film, probably with Helena Bonham Carter and Emma Thompson; now read the original book, on your Kindle, for nowt.
The British Library is to offer the works of Jane Austen, Charles Dickens and other literary giants, for free to Amazon Kindle owners
Germaphobes, arm yourselves with this UV weapon, go forth, and terminate with extreme prejudice.
Judge Paul S. Grewal says that adding the Galaxy S4 to the lawsuit would put Samsung under "undue prejudice."
Althea Gibson was the first black athlete -- man or woman -- to break the color barrier in international tennis.
Fans don't have to try turning their computers on and off again, now that Hulu and Hulu Plus are debuting the long-awaited last episode of the British geek comedy series "The IT Crowd."
NBN Co's confidential advice to the incoming government was that fibre to the node would restrict users to only one ISP, where fibre to the premises was more versatile.
The Seattle Seahawks' Derrick Coleman is deaf. In a stunning ad for Duracell, he describes his fight.