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Take One Minute To Watch This Moving Robin Williams Tribute

If you do anything today, make sure you take the time to watch this touching Robin Williams tribute video.<p>Set to part of the ending monologue from Williams' 1996 movie "Jack" -- in which he plays a boy who ages four times faster than a normal human being -- the video shows clips from a handful of …

How Not to Look Like a Tourist in Paris

By Lily Heise, Condé Nast Traveler<p><b>How to greet someone:</b><p>Start off on the right foot by greeting people with "bonjour" (hello). It's not only polite to do when you're introduced directly to someone, but also when you go into a shop, when you're first approached by a waiter at a restaurant, even when …

Conan O'Brien Joins Tinder And The Results Are Hilarious

Conan O'Brien just wants to be tech-savvy, so he decided to venture into the world of Tinder, the location-based dating app that lets you swipe right if you think a prospective match is cute.<p>Accompanied by Dave Franco, O'Brien decides he wants to make a profile for himself. He knows he can't use …

50 Years Of The Ford Mustang: Video

The Ford Mustang has been on the market for a half-century. That's a long time from anyone's perspective, but it's truly remarkable for a car. The …

Rolex: How a 109-Year-Old Brand Thrives in the Digital Age

Last year, the decision makers at Rolex decided the time was right for a shakeup.<p>Unlike with most "shakeups," however, there wouldn't be widespread …

How the Ford Mustang became a legend

Born amid exceptional hype, after 50 years the Mustang is still 'American as hell.'<p>On the morning of Wednesday, April 15, 1964, a 22-year-old schoolteacher named Gail Wise walked into a Ford dealership on Cicero Avenue in Chicago,unaware that she was about to make history. She wanted a convertible. …

In bed with Bollywood: sex and censorship in Indian cinema

With India being the world's biggest producer of films (around 1000 last year, twice that of America) its censor board, aka the Central Board of Film Certification, has its work cut out. It watches and certifies every film, both Indian and non-Indian, before they can be shown to the country's …

Death in 'Game of Thrones' Never Looked So Beautiful

You could say that the deaths in <i>Game of Thrones</i> are pretty important — many would call them central to the plot. They're shocking and gruesome, but …

Here's Jimmy: The Best of Fallon's First Month on 'The Tonight Show'

One month ago, Jimmy Fallon walked out onto the stage of the new <i>Tonight Show</i> set at 30 Rockefeller and officially took over the venerable TV …

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The Flight of the Birdman: Flappy Bird Creator Dong Nguyen Speaks Out

Last April, Dong Nguyen, a quiet 28-year-old who lived with his parents in Hanoi, Vietnam, and had a day job programming location devices for taxis, …

Angry Birds

Is Afghanistan really impossible to conquer?

<b>It's 25 years since the Soviet Union pulled its troops out of Afghanistan. The US is due to remove most of its forces at the end of the year. So what have these and other Afghan campaigns taught us?</b><p>Last Ramadan I drove through the badlands outside Kandahar to see the house where President Karzai …

The true lives of low-level drug dealers: “What’s the point of surviving if you can’t live?”

<b>Bryan Cranston as Walter White in "Breaking Bad" (AMC/Ursula Coyote)</b><p>“Breaking Bad” this ain’t: The real world of drug dealing is less flashy than TV — and much more complicated<p>Erin Rose<p>March 9, 2014 10:58am (UTC)<p>Editor’s note: A number of drug dealers were interviewed over the course of reporting …