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Though the last Harry Potter book came out in 2007 and the last film in 2011, the wizarding universe is still very much alive. J.K. Rowling will release a new Harry Potter short story on Oct. 31.

New video pokes fun at online privacy issues Promoted

With the advent of Edward Snowden's revelations on the inner workings of the NSA, many people are concerned — and rightfully so — about how much privacy we can expect online.

Review: There's a deep regard for ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman’ Special

In ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman,’ a super intelligent canine and his adopted human son must race to repair a dimensional tear they created while time travelling.

US aviation agency to appeal drone ruling

The US aviation agency said Friday it will appeal the dismissal of a $10,000 fine it imposed on a Swiss entrepreneur who flew a drone over a college campus to make a commercial.Enthusiasts of the unmanned aircraft are closely following Raphael Pirker's...

Is a low protein diet healthier?

Two new studies suggests that low-protein diets are linked to longer life spans in mice and humans. These findings cast doubt on the widespread dietary trend of reducing carbohydrate intake and loading up on protein.

Op-Ed: What the world must do about Ukraine

The world must make a decision. Events in Ukraine, as Dr. Paul Craig Roberts says, are spinning “out of control.” A worrisome rise in Neo-Nazism has taken place in Ukraine.

Savannah merchants are prepared for St. Patrick's Day Special

With any luck, an estimated 1million visitors will be in Savannah to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Businesses in the historic district are ready with all things green, which may turn into gold when the crowds arrive.

Beloved local coffee shop re-opens after a 10-month exile Special

For small business owners across America this is some good news. A local family owned business that got evicted after more than 30 years, seemed as if all was lost. But through perseverance and the help of the community they bounced back.

Review: Lorde gives New York City's Roseland Ballroom a 'royal' treatment Special

On March 12, global music superstar and multi-Grammy winner Lorde played for a sold-out crowd at New York City's Roseland Ballroom.

Interview with Michael W. Smith: 'You Won't Let Go' Special

Michael W. Smith is one of Christian music's best-loved singer-songwriters. He opened up about his forthcoming studio album "Sovereign," which comes out on May 13.

Op-Ed: Is Target responsible for the major cyberattack?

Target has been named as a defendant in over 90 lawsuits with plaintiffs ranging from banks to customers. The plaintiffs are citing negligence on the part of the big box retail giant and are seeking various amounts in compensatory damages.

Russian news sources claim U.S. drone captured over Crimea

A U.S. scout-attack MQ-5B drone was intercepted over Crimea according to Russian news sources. Voice of Russia reports that drones had been seen in the Kherson region and the roadblock at Chongar.

U.S. Government to Release Control of ICANN

United States officials announced Friday plans that would lead to the relinquishment of control over Internet administration by the federal government.

Pop! Fiction is the newest entry into the teen-pop music world Special

In the world of pop music, bands come and go like the changing of the seasons. Pop! Fiction would like to be around for longer than that. They've been working hard to develop their own sound and become more than just another one hit wonder.

Google says Gmail encrypted 'starting today'

Google said Thursday its popular Gmail service would use encryption to thwart snooping, in the latest move by the tech sector reassuring customers following revelations about US surveillance programs."Your email is important to you, and making sure it ...

Review: Peter Goodman’s 'Buzzkill' — Bipolar disorder in the raw Special

Bipolar disorder affects millions of people. It’s a little understood condition, and books from the frontline perspective of those having a bipolar condition are few. Peter Goodman’s Buzzkill is a look at the facts.

Video: Gundam 35th anniversary celebration trailers

2014 marks the 35th anniversary for the Gundam franchise. Namco Bandai has launched a bunch of trailers for upcoming anime and game projects for the Gundam universe.

The Maze Runner: Fox releases first official trailer (VIDEO)

Fox has released the first official trailer for "The Maze Runner", the film based on James Dashner's novel of the same name, which is due for release September 19, 2014.

Op-Ed: Has the animated demo video jumped the shark?

For many start-ups, animated explainer video have become par for the course. But have they become boring, less effective and blasé?

Op-Ed: Staying current with your small business social media

Staying current is important in all facets of business. As a small business owner you want your customers to know that you are keeping up to date through all you do, including social media.

Op-Ed: Preventing tomorrow's CEOs from being spoiled little brats

Every day within the entrepreneurial community of the United States, countless up and coming leaders — many of whom, arguably, are more brilliant than the business giants of the modern age — fall prey to a common foible of young aspiring entrepreneurs

'Noah' wins but tide may be turning

"Noah" swept to the top on controversial waters to the tune of $44 million. Last weekend's winner, "Divergent," came in second with a solid $27.7 million.

Wealthy Australian suburbs have low vaccination rates

New research shows that wealthier Sydney, Australia suburbs are where parents are more often found to object to vaccinations for their children.

UN: Detroit’s water disconnections ‘discriminate’ against poor

You may find it hard to believe that in 2014, failure to pay off a water bill would result in the household being disconnected.

US seeking to confirm if IS militants used chlorine gas

Washington is seeking more information on reports that Islamic State militants used chlorine gas against Iraqi police officers last month, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday.

Op-Ed: Will Canadians sacrifice liberty in the name of security?

Soon after the deadly terrorist attacks earlier this week, most people were terrified (once again) of the possible threat of more terrorist attempts in Canada.

Review: New Book about the Crusades & Queen Melisende will amaze & dismay Special

Obscure figures like Hatshepsut come to this reporter's mind when hearing about the forgotten Queen Melisende who ruled over Jerusalem from 1131 to 1153. Little known and often purposely ignored by some of the chroniclers of the time,

World Series tickets saved from fire, woman meets George Brett

A Kansas City woman willing to risk life, limb and the possibility of arrest to rescue her World Series tickets from her burning home, ended up crossing paths with baseball legend George Brett upon conclusion of the ordeal.

Republican Charlie Baker leads Martha Coakley by 9 points

Massachusetts Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker is nine points ahead in Massachusetts. After a visits last week by former Pres. Bill Clinton and Michelle Obama, Democrat Martha Coakley is in trouble.

NYC Ebola case raises more questions on U.S. preparedness

The American people have once again had their "fear levels" put on high alert after Dr. Craig Spencer, a resident of NYC and a member of Doctors Without Borders, was admitted to Bellevue Hospital. He has been diagnosed with Ebola.

Used to rebuild Warsaw, Jewish tombstones return to cemeteries

Two-year-old Krzys zooms down a slide in Warsaw and shrieks with delight, paying no mind to the workmen who are busy demolishing the playground walls. At first glance, there is nothing special about the old walls.

Humans genetically engineered to become super intelligent could have an IQ of 1000

Genetically engineered human beings could have IQs of 1000 or higher. At least that's the theory from scientist Stephen Hsu.

Google Glass could save KFC, other fast food companies millions of dollars

Much has been written about how technology could be used to replace humans in the service sector, but a recent USA Today story suggests it can also save companies money by making workers more efficient.

Mayor de Blasio and wife open Gracie Mansion for Halloween party

Mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife, Chirlane McCray, decided to join in the Halloween fun this year by inviting all, via twitter, to Gracie Mansion for Halloween delights on Oct 28.

Exasperation in Calais as Britain-bound migrants pour in

"Fed up", an expression that comes up again and again in the French port city of Calais where residents are faced with a growing tide of hungry, penniless migrants sleeping rough.

Two US nurses are declared cured of Ebola

Two American nurses were declared cured of Ebola on Friday, and one was healthy enough to leave hospital and make plans to meet President Barack Obama.

Sanctions taint Norway love affair with Russian liberators

In the far north of Norway, sanctions imposed on Russia have left a bitter after-taste as the region celebrates the anniversary of its liberation from Nazi rule by the Soviet army.

Bomb in Egypt's Sinai kills 25 soldiers

A car bomb in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula killed 25 soldiers Friday, in one of the deadliest attacks against security forces since the military deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi last year.

Angry Cameron vows not to pay new British EU bill

David Cameron furiously rejected a demand from Brussels for more than two billion euros in backdated charges at a summit Friday, setting up a new showdown over Britain's place in the EU.

WHO eyes mass Ebola vaccines by mid-2015

Hundreds of thousands of Ebola vaccine doses could be rolled out to west Africa by the middle of 2015, the World Health Organization said Friday, after new cases of the virus were reported in New York and Mali.

Review: ‘Whiplash’ is pitch perfect Special

‘Whiplash’ is about a young man’s unyielding dedication to become one of the world’s greatest jazz drummers — in spite of his teacher’s ruthless direction.

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