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Are you a vampire? Or an outsider, at least? Do you like laughing? What about love? Watch the work of filmmaker Taika Waititi.
The legendary Latino actor best known for his role on 'CHiPs' talks about his animated "Ponch" alter-ego in the animated 'Planes: Fire & Rescue.' Estrada also recalls his groundbreaking move to introduce a positive Hispanic role model to primetime TV.
At a not-so-secret event that rivalled its Comic-Con presentation, Marvel announced its roster into 2019 that includes its first solo films to feature a female and black superhero.
It seems Canadian cultural hero Jian Ghomeshi, once of the CBC, was caught with his pants down and maybe also with his fists poised. Do note the word "seems" though, but also note a hoary old cliche: where there's smoke, there is often a blazing inferno.
The United States government is suing one of the country's largest wireless service providers, accusing it of misleading customers with claims of "unlimited" data for their smart phones.
Technology has already been rapidly integrated into most industries and, in recent years, mobile has been making huge strides. The latest trend appears to be ordering fast food through a mobile app.
Not taking time off from work isn't just making you more stressed — it's costing you money. That's because employees who don't use all of their paid time off are essentially working for free during the extra days, a new study says.
Sweden's central bank, the Riksbank, just slashed its main interest rate to zero. That's zero as in nothing, nada, 0 percent.
Nestlé, the Swiss-based company, has said that its unit in Japan will soon be hiring 1,000 emotion-reading robots as sales clerks at stores across the country. The first batch of robots, answering to the name Pepper, will start work by the end of 2014.
An unmanned Anares rocket carrying a Cygnus spacecraft to resupply the International Space Station (ISS) exploded on Tuesday evening a few seconds after it launched from Wallops Island, sparking a drop in share price.
Technology has finally caught up with the humble chore of washing clothes. New technology is allowing you to wash your clothes, without separating colors from whites, with just a small amount of water.
Google keeps referring to Android 5.0 Lollipop as the biggest Android update yet, and for good reason. Android 5.0 will come with a new lock screen known as Smart Lock.
The teacher tenure debate has returned to the forefront of the news cycle, this time due to the controversial cover of the latest TIME magazine. After an op-ed in CNN about protecting teacher tenure, this teacher needs to speak out: I don't love your kid.
As Californians prepare to go to the polls, the Democrats will once again rule the state, but with anger towards big government and the GOP concentrating on demographics, the Democratic dominance could soon be ending.
The last four elections, 15 years, Manitoba has elected the New Democrats to rule the province. Even though during the last election Greg Selinger, the leader of the party and premier, won a resounding majority, he is facing internal criticism.
The Democratic Party has achieved the seemingly impossible and President Barack Obama, Senate leader Harry Reid and former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi deserve a lot of credit.
A near-perfect five innings of relief pitching by Madison Bumgarner gave the Giants a narrow Game 7 World Series win over the Kansas City Royals. Tonight the Giants won their third World Series in five years, completing a rare sports trilogy.
When the final 6.2 seconds of the Toronto Raptors 2013-2014 NBA season wound down fans were left with an all too familiar feeling – heartbreak.
After his win over Marcos Maidana in September the world is waiting for the announcement of Mayweather's next opponent. And with a potential fight against Pacquiao looking like a pipe dream, a rematch with Cotto may be Mayweather's next choice.
To stay in top shape, WBO light welterweight titlist Chris Algieri prepares and cooks his own food to be sure that he gets the kind of nutrition that he needs.
When the devastating environmental disaster of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill occurred in 2010, nearly 200 million barrels of oil went missing, and scientists long wondered where the oil went. Now, part of that question has been answered.
Every year we receive dozens of holiday cards from family and friends. What can we do with them after the holidays are over?
The Cairns Institute recently hosted a TEDx event, titled 'Torrid Talks — Why Aristotle Was Wrong,' consisting of a succession of short talks by 15 Queenslanders.
The 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill lasted 83 days before the well-head was sealed off, and in that time, 172 million gallons of oil spewed into the Gulf of Mexico. But one question has plagued officials for years. Where did all the oil go?
Clinging to the hillside just above the historic center of the city, the San Blas neighborhood is the oldest residential area of Cusco and a paradise on earth for those that love to walk.
It comes as no surprise that the CEO of Apple is gay, but few have put it such a way that will offend homophobes. For many Christian fundamentalists, and members of other religions, being a homosexual is a one-way ticket to hell.
A bacterial toxin has been found in a range of breaded chicken products. As a precaution, the processed meat breaded products have been withdrawn from sale in the U.S.
A brand of baby wipes has been recalled due to a potential contamination risk, which could occur due to the presence of pathogenic bacteria. The bacteria were found following laboratory testing.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon launched Thursday a global campaign to end the often deadly practice of female genital mutilation within a generation, as survivors said it had "shattered" their lives.
It was no simple act of kindness. Instead, it was an act of quiet determination and selfless bravery by Sir Nicholas Winton that saved the lives of 669 children in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia in 1939.
The current economic crisis in Spain, together with rife unemployment, is having its effect on Spaniards in many unusual ways. In this case, a man has been told he has to continue paying child support, despite the fact that his daughter is 29 years old.
Clashes raged in east Jerusalem Thursday after police shot dead a Palestinian accused of trying to kill a Jewish hardliner, prompting officials to close the flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound.
Listening to financial advice can be a bit like listening to motivational speakers or perhaps even preachers. It all sounds good and gets one's motivation going, but is it what's needed? Will it work?
Data breaches are an obvious problem these days, however, these massive exploits aren't all people need to worry about. While all eyes are on the big exploits, often the small-time criminals are also quietly raking in the cash.
The city of Detroit, Michigan, and its nearby and even far-flung suburbs share a unique real estate relationship. For many years, there has been a tremendous give-and-take relationship between the city and suburbs.
As fall rolls in, thousands of high school students from all over the US are getting ready for college application season.
It looks like a bag of blood inside a stone. Some people compare its flavour to that of sea-urchin; others define it as “bitter and soapy,” and its smell as “sweaty underarms.” Loaded with iodine and iron, the taste of piure defies description.
Robert Scott, from Denver, has invented a handy device that turns a glass growler into a mini keg. This allows beer lovers to drink their craft beer at their own pace, which means that the beer does not need to be consumed in one sitting.
Lawmakers in Poland decided to ban junk food in schools in an effort to reduce the obesity rates among children. The ban will go into effect next school year.
For the ultimate in fast food, McDonald's in Melbourne, Australia is now making deliveries. In fact, pretty flashy deliveries, as customers' burgers and fries arrive by either a red Ferrari F430 Spider or a white luxury Lamborghini.
Clinging to the hillside just above the historic center of the city, the San Blas neighborhood is the oldest residential area of Cusco and a paradise on earth for those that love to walk.
As the Croatian National Tourist Board embarks on its Croatia 365 initiative, a new promotional video featuring 2Cellos and Plitvice Lakes is released.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that Air Canada does not have to pay an Ottawa couple that filed suit against the airline because they couldn't be served in their preferred tongue.
An American Airways flight has been grounded after one passenger searched for a free Wi-Fi network, only to discover one called “Al-Quida Free Terror Nettwork [sic]."
NASA is warning coastal Virginia residents not to touch any debris they find from Tuesday night's explosion and crash of a rocket and supply capsule headed for the International Space Station.
A new study has concluded that meditation can enhance creativity in individuals even when they have no prior experience of meditation techniques.
The nature-nurture debate has resurfaced in relation to a new scientific study which argues that certain genes are connected to violent crimes.
Looking for viruses in odd places can turn up some surprising results. One scientist looking at caribou poop frozen in ice for hundreds of years discovered two previously unknown viruses.
Ford has developed a car seat that can detect if a driver is having a heart attack. If such a condition is detected, automated braking and steering systems can be activated to stop the vehicle.
Move over, Elon Musk of Tesla Motors. The world's very first Porsche has been found, languishing away in a warehouse in Austria for 100 years, and has now been fully renovated. Why should Musk move over? Because the first Porsche was an electric car.
While dozens of parties are being planned and the usual traversing of 'trick-or-treaters' are gearing up, there is one group in San Francisco that likes to honor the autumn festivity's original purpose, "a day to honor the dead."
A recently discovered "Lost" novel by British author Malcolm Lowry has been published. The manuscript was written over seventy years ago.
The work of the Victorian artist William Morris, nowadays more commonly associated with expensive wallpaper, has become the theme of a new computer game in produced association with London's Victoria and Albert Museum.
The lives of World War II continue to inspire books, films, and theatre. “Flak House” is a new musical, now playing in New York, which portrays the live of young men fighting the war against the Nazis in the ‘40s.
On Tuesday, Oct. 28, a spotlight was turned on an organization called Hollaback! thanks to a two-and-a-half-minute video. The film was edited from 10 hours of footage of a woman walking around New York City.
There can be nothing more annoying and frustrating than watching a YouTube video, while constantly being made to click off the advertisements.
The photo below shows a 13-year-old Venezuelan girl whose leg became severely withered and blackened after she was bitten by a venomous snake. The extreme shriveling and blackening of her leg was due to severe necrosis from the effect of the snake venom.
A dog and a cat making out, pugs in Halloween costumes, a little girl that wakes up and starts dancing to an Ed Sheeran song, and a man that trained his dog to bring him beer from the refrigerator--those are some of the latest viral videos online.
A bacterial toxin has been found in a range of breaded chicken products. As a precaution, the processed meat breaded products have been withdrawn from sale in the U.S.
A brand of baby wipes has been recalled due to a potential contamination risk, which could occur due to the presence of pathogenic bacteria. The bacteria were found following laboratory testing.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has published a new update of changes made to medicinal products. This includes the latest safety warnings.
A new study conducted by Shih-Han Hung at Taipei Medical University Hospital, Taiwan, and colleagues Herng-Ching Lin, and Shiu-Dong Chung, shows that regular statin use is linked to a significantly greater risk of thyroid cancer.

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