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This week’s releases include an exceptional issue containing the preeminent compilation of everything new or old related to a cult TV classic; the most blatant display of artistic licence; and a dramatic look at a serious subject.
Keith Urban was having a concern at the Xfinity Center when fans caused a minor riot. Police went in and removed more than 50 people while placing an extra 46 in treatment for alcohol-related health problems.
A trailer of the previously announced Family Guy-Simpsons crossover episode was released at the Comic-Con event in San Diego at the weekend.
At this year's San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC 2014), a trailer has been streamed for the TV series adaptation of "Constantine" which airs on NBC this October.
A Coca-Cola commercial uploaded to YouTube back in May has suddenly generated a great deal of attention and not the kind Coke's marketing department was seeking.
Which traits do the most powerful and successful women in business share? It can safely be said that the women who own these characteristics are more than just the average business women in more ways than one. But what makes them tick?
Billionaire investor and Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is echoing words from the U.S. president about companies moving overseas for tax cuts and is advocating selling shares to those companies.
A great pet store anticipates what their clients want and always delivers (literally and figuratively). Here are 5 really simple lessons from great pet stores that all startups should adopt.
Amazon launched the 3D printing store today as a part of a growing industry of customized printing that will soon see home use.
A 13-year-old girl was woken up in the middle of the night by her phone — not because it was making noise, but because it caught fire.
A Toyota engineer, among many other people and organizations, are considering the bad effects that driverless cars may have on society.
Developers from Egypt have devised a smartphone app that is able to distinguish between genuine drug treatment and counterfeits.
Though its official mission is to thwart terrorist threats, the massive U.S. surveillance program is having a chilling effect on journalists and their sources, and lawyers and their clients, according to a report issued Monday.
No one has been surprised by Canadian Conservative Prime Minister's strong support for Israel during the Gaza conflict. However, the Liberal leader's statement on the issue was hardly less supportive.
With 35 percent of American adults in debt collection, hindering their credit scores, we need all 50 U.S. states to require personal finance, in addition to the usual economics, in the mandatory high school curricula.
The Obama administration, after presiding over 5 ½ years of deteriorating relations between the U.S. and Israel, has expressed frustration over its inability to get Israel to sign on to its cease-fire proposal.
Let's start here: Donald Sterling is no longer liked, if ever he was, in the playground called the NBA. He wants to play there anyhow but the latest setback, which came Monday in an L.A. courtroom, should have even him convinced it is time to move on.
Frank Thomas was inducted yesterday in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Thomas was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in his first year of eligibility, in itself the highest of this high honor. That news came to Thomas this year on Jan. 8.
It was a great day for Jeff Gordon at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday. And he it all after the Mayor of Indianapolis declared Sunday “Jeff Gordon Day” in the city.
The knockout of Daniel Geale was not a total surprise in light of the record of Kos by Gennady Golovkin. The exception being this was against a previous champion and closed the door on avoiding Gennady Gennadyevich Golovkin “Triple G” in the future.
Though its official mission is to thwart terrorist threats, the massive U.S. surveillance program is having a chilling effect on journalists and their sources, and lawyers and their clients, according to a report issued Monday.
Passengers on a Delta Airlines flight were not happy when they witnessed a couple encouraging their toddler to poop right on the seat.
No one has been surprised by Canadian Conservative Prime Minister's strong support for Israel during the Gaza conflict. However, the Liberal leader's statement on the issue was hardly less supportive.
Pembrokeshire Council in West Wales looks set to order the demolition of a young family’s eco-friendly home after retrospective planning permission was refused this morning.
There was a time when you could take the measure of a man’s character by the firmness of his handshake. But that ancient form of greeting may soon be a thing of the past, pushed aside by the new kid on the block, the fist-bump.
According to new findings, men are more responsive to women who are attentive and seem caring on dates. Some common sense conclusions are now being backed up by science.
2010 was the year that the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (Ilcor) released a "hands-only" CPR article that was fairly well accepted. Now Canadian officials are questioning whether a multi-step method would be better.
A recently released study shows the number of cases involving a deadly antibacterial "superbug" has risen five-fold in some parts of the United States over the past four years.
A recent report from industry analyst J.D. Power suggests that buyers are questioning the benefits of increasing technology in vehicles.
A 21-year-old Long Island, New York woman is dead and a 23-year-old man was arrested after it is alleged the woman got out of his car because he was drunk and was later struck and killed by the driver.
A 20-year-old man posted a YouTube of himself, driving from the passenger seat of his car on a highway near Barcelona in Spain. He has now received a six-month suspended sentence for his stupidity.
Spectators gathered at a car meet in a Plymouth car park have been injured after a car ploughed into a large crowd on Saturday night.
The government of the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu inaugurated the Vivekananda Cultural Center in Chennai, to nurture youth development and young leaders.
A huge blaze raged for a third day at a fuel depot near Tripoli's airport Tuesday, while a warplane crashed in Libya's second city Benghazi during fighting with Islamists.
U.S. President Barack Obama is planning to use executive authority to issue millions of work permits to those who entered the country illegally if no congressional action occurs by the end of summer.
Waning U.S. influence and John Kerry's failed peace bid are hampering efforts to reach a Gaza truce, but America remains the sole power capable of brokering a deal to stop the fighting, analysts said.
Home-owning is an inalienable part of the American dream, or at least that’s what we've thought for the last 60 years. Since World War II, home ownership has formed the cornerstone of upward mobile aspiration.
Retirement isn’t just about kicking back and relaxing in your sunset years anymore. Americans are living longer, and many are finding that retirement is really more about finding a second career rather than hanging up their time cards altogether.
From July 1 this year, UK savers had been given the opportunity to invest up to £15,000 in tax-free savings by putting the cash into an ISA (or NISA). First Direct had some of the most competitive rates about.
The last two years have seen car finance steadily become more and more popular. Although it hasn't always been an obvious choice many are considering it to help raise their credit rating.
Rocked by a recent food safety scandal, a prominent U.S food supplier is withdrawing all products produced by its Chinese subsidiary due to health and safety concerns.
More than 350 million tons of food is wasted every year, this seems criminal when half the world go short on fresh fruit and vegetables. Just because some foods don't meet exacting aesthetic standards that today's consumer expects, they're thrown.
This reporter stumbled across a book that debut in 2013 called, "My Beef with Meat - The healthiest argument for eating a plant-strong diet, by firefighter Rip Esselstyn.
Seaweed craft beer is big news on many culinary sites. Due to a flavor which stands out even in the unique craft beer sector and some interesting health benefits many are trying out this new brew.
Nikki Beach Resorts are planned in both Croatia and Greece. While one is about to open in 3 days, the other has some way to go.
After a 13-year battle with bureaucracy, Europe's first scheduled modern hydroplane service is set to start in Croatia next month.
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's recently presented union budget included a large number of proposals for the travel and tourism industry. The sector is expecting a push to come out of the slow year in 2013.
The Indian tourism ministry has just released travel data showing that Indians made 1,145 million individual tourist trips within India in 2013, about 10 percent more than in 2012.
Researchers are excited after a find of stone tools dating back 1 million years in the Cuenca province of Spain. They say this find dates back to the first humans living on the peninsula and will shed new light on the origins of humankind.
Cyanobacteria may have played a vital role in creating one of the most beautiful places on earth. Researchers are currently studying what rule the organisms played in creating one of the most beautiful areas of nature in the world.
Russian researchers are once again rushing to explore a giant hole. Only now there are two of them leading researchers to question whether their first conclusion was correct.
Psychological researchers from the University of California in Irvine and Michigan State University have published findings suggesting that lack of sleep makes you susceptible to false memories.
Cairns has just hosted a spectacular three day arts extravaganza: the fifth Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), featuring the work of numerous Queensland artists.
At the end of the month a very unique festival will be opening at Yerba Buena Arts Center, it is called “Mex I AM.” To call it an event is perhaps an understatement.
ARTSfair, an annual outdoor art festival presented by the Bellevue Art Museum, gives visitors the chance to behold and admire many unique sculptures, paintings and photo pieces created by accomplished local artists.
The Toronto Summer Festival kicked off its ninth season Tuesday night at Toronto's Koerner Hall with a bravura performance by the Grammy award-winning Emerson String Quartet.
The video of a disabled Chihuahua learning to walk with the help of a modified children toy is the latest feelgood video to go viral.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, which may explain why the image of a dog lovingly standing guard over his companion has touched so many heartstrings and made the picture the latest viral image on the Internet.
A determined little dachshund won't let something like paralysis stand in her way, racing her way into the finals of the 16th annual Wiener Dog Races, and winning the hearts of animal lovers all over the world.
As violence intensifies in Gaza, San Francisco protesters took to the streets. A report on the most miserable cities in the U.S. Researchers discover a nightmarish flying aquatic insect. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.
2010 was the year that the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (Ilcor) released a "hands-only" CPR article that was fairly well accepted. Now Canadian officials are questioning whether a multi-step method would be better.
A recently released study shows the number of cases involving a deadly antibacterial "superbug" has risen five-fold in some parts of the United States over the past four years.
Synthetic marijuana is readily available in bodegas and head shops in New York, even though it was banned two years ago, and New Yorkers are increasingly getting sick from smoking it.
There was a time when you could take the measure of a man’s character by the firmness of his handshake. But that ancient form of greeting may soon be a thing of the past, pushed aside by the new kid on the block, the fist-bump.
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