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Taliban Commanders Say They Found Bergdahl Cursing His Countrymen

The Taliban found Pfc. Bowe Bergdahl walking alone, acting abnormally and cursing his countrymen before they captured him in Afghanistan in 2009, two men who were Taliban commanders at the time told NBC News on Thursday.<p>They said that Afghan locals first informed fighters about the soldier, and …

North Korea arrests third US citizen

North Korea has said it has arrested an American tourist for an alleged unspecified crime, bringing the number of US citizens it holds to three.<p>The official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said on Friday that authorities were investigating the man for allegedly doing acts inconsistent with the …

The High-Tech Headband That Can Make Your Stressed Brain Happy Again

Muse is wearable technology, but it doesn’t create mind-blowing experiences. Just the opposite. Muse is a brain sensing headband that measures how overwhelmed your brain is from everything life throws at it — and it helps calm your mind and rid yourself of unproductive and unhealthy stress. This is …

This Grocery Store In Berlin Will Have Zero Packaging

Original Unpacked won’t have any plastic containers or paper wrapping–but tell that to the line of other package-free grocery stores that have tried that, and failed.<p>Walk down the aisles of a typical grocery store, and basically everything is in a package–in some stores, even the produce is …

Was Bergdahl seeking out the Taliban? - CNN Video

Bergdahl still has a hard road home

U.S. Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl -- a former captive, a survivor and a hometown hero to many in Hailey, Idaho -- is being accused by some of his fellow soldiers of deserting his post. This charge of treason will be proven or dismissed in the coming weeks and months. But whether it is true or not, and …

Five tough ethics issues in Bergdahl swap

Did President Barack Obama do the right thing when he agreed to trade Taliban leaders in exchange for Bowe Bergdahl?<p>The issue has become a weapon in the partisan political arsenal and it will surely join the Benghazi incident in election season. And yet, the Bergdahl deal is something quite …

Parents, take heed: 'Slenderman' and more lurk online

Until this week, how many parents paid much attention to "Slenderman"? He was a fictional villain in a wildly popular online game of hide and seek -- a tall, thin, and faceless monster with tentacle-like arms featured in Web-based ghost stories created by and for horror story enthusiasts.<p>But that's …

Bergdahl, Boko Haram and Benghazi

The third "B" in the collapse of our national security system and the State Department hit this week.<p>The release of five very high-value terrorist leaders as a swap for one U.S. serviceman was the third strike against the Obama administration's policy of defeat, dishonesty and self-delusion.<p>When …

Nail Polish Is the Next Wearable Tech

The best manicure of your life may be just around the corner. From a sensor that helps you quit smoking to an LED light that reminds you to take …

Girl, 12, describes attack against classmate: 'Stabby, stab, stab'

Almost immediately after stabbing her classmate in the woods in suburban Milwaukee over the weekend, Anissa Weier, 12, had some regrets.<p>For months, she and Morgan Geyser, also 12, had been scouring the Internet for stories about a tall, creepy, blank-faced figure called Slender Man, a fictional …

Crime

Gun control campaign piles pressure on Target and other companies

Campaigners for stronger gun laws in America are planning to build on a recent series of victories prohibiting the open display of firearms in public places and are looking to take their gun safety message nationwide in November’s midterm elections.<p>In the latest push, the grassroots group Moms …

Scientists discover that popular calorie-free sweetener also kills fruit flies

Stevia brand Truvia doesn't just sweeten your coffee<p>Fans of the natural, calorie-free sweetener stevia might be surprised to find out that Truvia, one of its most popular representatives, doesn't just sweeten your coffee — it's also great at killing fruit flies.<p>A study published today in PLOS ONE …

Harvard confirms century-old book is covered in human skin

Harvard owns a book that's bound in human skin. It's sure of it, too. One of its curators announced today that tests on a book titled <i>Des destinées de l’ame</i> (<i>Destinies of The Soul</i>), which was published sometime in the 1880s, have confirmed with 99.9 percent confidence that it's been bound in human …

Learning a second language at any age may slow the brain's decline

Bilingual education in schools has long been a political hot potato -- it was banned in California by a 1998 ballot measure, which the state Senate is now asking voters to repeal. But politics aside, there's an increasing amount of scientific support for the benefits of knowing (at least) two …

What If there were No Mosquitoes?

Little. Annoying. Killing machines. Mosquitoes. The tiny pests kill more than 725,000 people every year according to the World Health Organization. …

Two 12-year-old girls charged with trying to murder friend to please Internet demon

The Wisconsin girls allegedly stabbed their victim, also 12, with a knife 19 times because they wanted to join cult of Slender Man, a fictional online character<p>Two 12-year-old American girls have appeared in court in chains and prison uniforms accused of repeatedly stabbing a school friend in an …

Crime

Spain protests call for vote on monarchy

Riot police were on standby as tens of thousands took to the streets in Madrid, Barcelona and other cities across Spain on Monday to demand a vote on whether to rid Spain of its royal family.<p>The protests came after Spain's King Juan Carlos, who led the country's transition from dictatorship to …

Seattle minimum wage: $15 figure represents 'historic victory' for workers

Seattle city council has unanimously voted to impose the highest minimum wage in the US at $15 an hour in a “historic victory” for the widening movement to lift low paid workers out of poverty.<p>The incremental increase over several years will benefit about one quarter of Seattle’s workforce, …

Scientists Have Discovered A Planet They Thought Was Impossible

Scientists say the new planet may have "profound implications for the possibility of life" on extra-solar planets, according to a press release from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. They announced the finding in a talk at the American Astronomical Society meeting in …

'Give up dairy products to beat cancer’

A leading scientist, who has been fighting breast cancer since 1987, says the disease is overwhelmingly linked to animal products<p>In 1993, the breast cancer that had plagued Jane Plant since 1987 returned for the fifth time. It came in the shape of a secondary tumour – a lump in her neck the size of …

Russia and Ukraine to mull gas dispute plan | Reuters

DONETSK Ukraine/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia and Ukraine agreed on Monday to consider a proposal for Kiev to pay off a multi-billion-dollar gas bill that has soured relations between Moscow and Kiev, while fighting raged all day in eastern Ukraine.<p>Russia accused NATO of whipping up dangerous tensions …

The US government announces its strongest action against climate change to date

The Obama administration wants to cut carbon pollution by 30 percent within the next 16 years<p>The Obama administration today announced its plan to cut carbon pollution levels by 30 percent by 2030. The plan is widely being called the strongest action ever taken by the US to curb the effects of …

DVD vs. video streaming: Which wastes more energy? - Futurity

Americans can save enough power to run 200,000 households a year by streaming videos with efficient devices instead of buying or renting DVDs.

Your car is a giant computer - and it can be hacked

Imagine driving down the highway at 70 miles per hour, when suddenly the wheel turns hard right. You crash. And it was because someone hacked your car.<p>It's not far-fetched science fiction. It's the near-term future today's hackers are warning about.<p>Most people aren't aware their cars are already …

SpaceX's New Spacecraft Can Take People to the ISS and Back

The reusable craft is another step forward in space travel.<p>SpaceX founder Elon Musk has revealed his company's new spacecraft the Dragon V2 in a …

Meriam Ibrahim: Husband 'not informed of release'

<b>The husband of a woman sentenced to death in Sudan for abandoning Islam has told the BBC he has not been informed that his wife will be released.</b><p>Reports on Saturday said a Sudanese official had confirmed that Meriam Ibrahim, who gave birth in custody, would be freed in a few days.<p>But the foreign …