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Chris Stewart

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Inside the world of a password hacker

Nate Anderson, tech author, was curious about just how simple it was to hack someone's password. Could it be done using only freely available information and equipment? What he found out was more than a little surprising.

Fake film crew jailed in Nicaragua on smuggling charges

Eighteen individuals detained at the Honduran/Nicaraguan border and charged with money laundering and drug-related crimes have been found guilty and sentenced by a Nicaraguan judge.

Review: Season two of 'Girls' offers more of the same, adds Donald Glover

Fresh off of her surprise Golden Globes wins, Lena Dunham's HBO comedy "Girls" opens its second season, attempting to address its "diversity issue" in a rather direct manner.

Review: 5 top movies of 2012

As awards season continues and accolades are divvied out to the finest in art, literature, music, and film; here are some movies that are topping critics' lists and winning audiences.

News Corps ends scandalized year at loss of more than $2 billion

News Corp, one of the world's most powerful publishing conglomerates, is rounding off a scandal-rocked financial year with reports of astonishing capital losses.

Canadian church official in child porn charges

Sixty-five year old William Kokesch, deacon of a church in Beaconsfield, Canada, has been charged with possession and distribution of child pornography.

'Ministry' guitarist Mike Scaccia dies after onstage incident

Mike Scaccia, most prominently known for his work with bands like Ministry and Rigor Mortis, collapsed and died on stage Saturday in Fort Worth, Texas on December 22, 2012.

Driver not required: How robot cars will revolutionize our roads

Every day, millions of people of every age and background put themselves in an incredibly dangerous object and operate it at high speeds around masses of other people.

El Salvador celebrates first murder-free day in three years.

San Salvador - The small, gang-plagued nation of El Salvador passed its first day without a recorder murder since 2009. In the capital; a pronouncement and some somber celebration marked the occasion

Eli Manning nabs May Saturday Night Live hosting spot

Joining the ranks of Nancy Kerrigan and Michael Phelps, New York Giants star quarterback Eli Manning will host NBC's Saturday Night Live on May 5.

Witness Claims 'Nun Strippers' Ordered by Italian PM Berlusconi

Former long-time Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has had new details added to his collection of alleged misbehaviour.

Charlie Sheen accused of anti-Semitic remarks in rants

"Two and a half Men" star Charlie Sheen has continued his public verbal sparring with the network and creator of his hit show, using language that has been called "borderline anti-Semitic" by the Anti-Defamation League

Saudi student in Texas held in terror charges

Khalid Aldwsari, a 20-year old Saudi national legally living in the United States as a university student, has been detained and charged with plotting to bomb Dallas, Texas.

11,500 year-old child's remains found in Alaska

The preserved remains of a three-year-old child who lived in the era during which the first humans traveled to and populated the Americas have been found

Ford F-150 trucks recalled over airbag fears

Nearly 150,000 of the best-selling trucks in the United States are being recalled by Ford after concerns were raised regarding the wiring of the airbags

$25,000 fine for U.S. football star Chad Ochocinco for tweeting

Cincinnati Bengals star receiver Chad Ochocinco has just received another fine, this time its for tweeting during a preseason game.

Plane carrying 91 crashes in northeast China

A passenger plane crashed today in China's Heilongjiang region. The plane was carrying at least 91 passengers and reportedly overshot its landing runway and burst into flames.

Wal-Mart recalls 380 tons of popular Tyson deli meats

U.S. grocery megastore giant Wal-Mart has hit a snag with a popular maker of some of its deli meats and ready-made sandwich offerings, Tyson, as listeria has been discovered in samples of roast-beef.

China develops 100% effective Hepatitis E vaccine

Hepatitis E is, for many poor and developing countries, a real concern that still takes thousands of lives each year. But the end of the deadly disease may be in sight.

True love for 'True Blood' stars Paquin and Moyer

On screen lovers Sookie Stackhouse and Bill Compton couldn't have a steamier relationship. And now the actors that play them, Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer, have tied the knot in Malibu.
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