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Normally, we wouldn't call something a living fossil. But the name seems tailor-made for the frilled shark, whose roots are traced to 80 million years ago. Its prehistoric origins are obvious in its primitive
(CNN) — If this rifle could talk. In a gravelly voice, it may recite a yarn of weary settlers swaying on horses' backs in the parched, rocky Nevada wilderness. It may talk about riding in a saddle holster
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Every week, we're asking designer Scot Meacham Wood, formerly of Ralph Lauren and now owner of his eponymous design firm, a question from our readers. This week's topic is all about design in the new Have
A supply teacher has gone on trial accused of causing harm by screening a graphic horror movie featuring scenes of explicit sex and violence to teenage students in Columbus, Ohio. Sheila Kearns, 58, showed
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Horror movies traditionally use subversion and transgression to get at their scares, and plenty do so via technology. Universal's new supernatural horror flick, Unfriended (previously known as Cybernatural)
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