These poor, hopeless, angry people exist by grubbing for scraps of cobalt and copper ore in the filth and dust of abandoned copper mines in Congo, sinking perilous 80ft shafts by hand, washing their finds in cholera-infected streams full of human filth, then pushing enormous two-hundredweight loads uphill on ancient bicycles to the nearby town of Likasi w...
Italian Valentino Rossi claimed his sixth world premier-class title by winning the Japanese MotoGP at Motegi.
Rossi only needed to finish third to secure his first MotoGP title since 2005, but made sure with a fifth straight win of the season.
The pirates initially demanded $35 million and no military action, said Andrew Mwangura of the Kenya Seafarers Association. They decreased their demands for several reasons, Mwangura said.
Amy Winehouse has been accused of returning borrowed clothes that were apparently covered in vomit.
Comedic actor Sacha Baron Cohen — best known for portraying a crude journalist from Kazakhstan in the 2006 film "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" — was detained by police in Milan, Italy, on Thursday after storming a runway during a fashion show by designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada as Brüno...
The airport serving Alaska's capital city doesn't have to worry about bears coming around anytime soon.
Juneau International Airport had to be evacuated Friday afternoon because of an accidental discharge of anti-bear spray.
Behind the lobby are AT&T, Cisco Systems, Microsoft, NBC Universal, Viacom and the Songwriters Guild of America. AT&T and NBC have already made it clear they support blocking streams of unauthorized works, for obvious reasons. NBC and the songwriters want to get paid for their works. and AT&T supports filtering because it could reduce high-vo...
“Early in the campaign season, pollsters refused to report the simple truth – that the election was wide open. It makes for better headlines to pretend that there are front-runners and under-dogs. They love to show a wildly fluctuating electorate rather than to reflect a far less interesting reality ” Moore says.
Jeremiah Grossman and Robert "Rsnake" Hansen initially planned to reveal details on a new browser-agnostic clickjacking exploit at the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) in New York City this week, but voluntarily pulled the presentation after discovering that the 0-day flaw affected an Adobe product.
Fascinating, but watch out if you have pets around. By mid-point, my cats were looking around frantically and a moment later, they took off like bottle rockets. Then the sound gets so high that it hurts my ears. But it's neat to watch the salt. And the cats. Quite possibly the most awesome thing involving salt ever.