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Google Fiber forwards piracy fine notices straight to subscribers

Google Fiber is reportedly forwarding copyright infringement notices to subscribers offering settlements ranging from $20 to $300.

Police: Woman kept in box for months found dead along with son

Sedalia - After four months of being held captive in a wooden box, Sandra Kay Sutton, 46, managed to escape in April, only to be shot to death, along with her teenage son, a few weeks later.

Watch Conan's hilarious 'tribute' to David Letterman

Late night host Conan O'Brien paid tribute to David Letterman Wednesday night by telling his viewers to change the channel and watch Letterman's final show instead of his.

NHL Free Agent Rumors: Matt Beleskey to Calgary Flames?

Calgary - Calgary was perhaps the biggest surprise in the 2014-15 NHL season as the Flames finished eighth in the Western Conference and made a trip into the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Now they might have set their sights on a rising star.

2015 NBA Mock Draft: Updated post lottery projections

Los Angeles - Minnesota and the LA Lakers where the biggest winners in last weeks NBA Draft lottery, picking up the first and second overall selections, but selecting the right player to match their systems will be even more important if they want to improve.

Artist sells other peoples' Instagram photos for $100k in NYC

An artist is exhibiting and selling other peoples' Instagram photos without permission in New York City right now. With prices reaching as much as $100k, the story is drawing controversy and criticism as a copyright loophole means it could all be legal.

Thousands evacuated in Nepal after river blocked by landslide

A mountain river in Nepal was blocked by a huge landslide on Sunday, forcing the evacuation to higher ground of thousands of families along the river say government officials.

Ethiopia votes with ruling party set to return

Addis Ababa - Ethiopia was Sunday holding its first general elections since the death of strongman Meles Zenawi in 2012, with his successor Hailemariam Desalegn all but certain to stay in power.Over 36.

2015 NHL Mock Draft: Updated first round projections

Most hockey fans know the name Connor McDavid and the fact he's one of the best offensive prospects to enter the NHL Draft in the past decade. Edmonton will likely make the youngster the top pick next month in hopes he becomes the star player they need.

Real life hoverboard sets world record

Quebec - A Canadian inventor has given us a glimpse of the future with his hoverboard, setting a Guinness World Record in the process.

Universe's most luminous galaxy made by immense black hole found

It shines with the force of 300 trillion suns. Discovered by NASA's WISE spacecraft, it is the most luminous galaxy in the universe.

Sweden wins the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 (VIDEO)

Sweden has won the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest — held in Vienna, Austria — the 60th contest of the world’s most popular musical competition, which was first staged in 1956.

James DeGale beats Andre Dirrell to win IBF middleweight title

British Olympic gold medalist James DeGale on Saturday at the Agganis Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, bagged the vacant IBF super middleweight title after outpointing Andre Dirrell in a thrilling fight that sent the American down twice in the second round.

Op-Ed: Canadian Museum to dismantle Winnipeg General Strike Exhibit

Winnipeg - A room in the Canadian Museum of History was modelled on the meeting room of the James Street Labour Temple in Winnipeg where workers met for discussions that led to the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike.

Manny Pacquiao-Amir Khan fight looms

British boxing idol Amir Khan could be on a collision course with eight division world champion Manny Pacquiao next year if he can dispatch former Pacquiao foe Chris Algieri next Saturday at the Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York.

U.S. 'deeply troubled' by Russia's NGO law

Washington - The United States said it was "deeply troubled" after Russian President Vladimir Putin officially enacted a controversial law banning what Moscow deems to be "undesirable" non-governmental organizations.

Spain's 'Indignados' out to conquer city halls

Madrid - The Spanish "Indignado" protesters who inspired the worldwide Occupy movement are out to conquer city halls and regional governments across Spain in elections on Sunday.

Sweden pips Russia in Eurovision pop fest nail-biter

Vienna - Sweden narrowly beat Russia on Sunday in a nail-biting 60th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, winning its sixth crown in Europe's annual anything-goes music extravaganza.

Cannes readies Palme d'Or closing ceremony

Cannes - After nearly two weeks of showing stirring, sleek and thought-provoking movies -- and a couple of duds -- the Cannes Film Festival ends Sunday with an awards night to declare the winner of its coveted Palme d'Or.

Armchair Traveler — The smoked mummies of Papua New Guinea

Across the ages and around the world, death and mourning practices have almost always reflected the social position held by the deceased. From preserving the body, to cremation, there are many practices humankind has used to show our respect for the dead.
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