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Shaving will never be the same with this laser razor

It's 2015, so it only makes sense to shave our hair off with lasers, right?<p>Right. That's why Skarp Razor is replacing blade with a laser and plans to …

How to light up a tumour

For decades, brain surgeons have struggled to identify cancerous tissue precisely. Could one of the world’s most deadly scorpions come to their aid?<p>In 2004, Dr Richard Ellenbogen prepared to operate on a 17-year-old girl. The operation, to remove a brain tumour, was particularly challenging because …

Cancer

Researchers say they've discovered new 'superhenge' near Stonehenge site

British researchers said Monday that they had discovered evidence of a larger version of Stonehenge located approximately 2 miles from the famous prehistoric site.<p>The site at Durrington Walls, located about 90 miles southwest of London, has been dubbed a "superhenge" containing as many as 90 large …

Archaeology

Thai Authorities Have Held This British Academic at Bangkok Airport for Five Days Straight

Over the past five days, Wyn Ellis has been woken several times each night by guards bursting into his cell at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International …

Asia

Japan braces for outbreak of gang warfare

Police fear splits in nation's largest yakuza group could trigger new turf wars and settling of old scores<p>Japanese police have stepped up preparations for an outbreak of gang warfare after the nation's largest underworld group splintered.<p>A meeting on Tuesday of the Yamaguchi-gumi, which previously …

Japan's Kamikaze Museum Holds Poignant Lessons on the Value of Peace

In recent weeks, all across Asia there have been countless ceremonies, somber and solemn, to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the World War II …

Japan

The 17 Most Memorable VMA Moments of All Time

From Madonna's scandalous "Like a Virgin" performance to "I'mma let you finish...," these are the highlights that stuck with us through 31 years of awards. We can only imagine what this year's ceremony and host Miley Cyrus have in store...<p><b>1) Madonna performs "Like a Virgin" as a less-than-virginal</b> …

Miley Cyrus

Kyoto etiquette guides: Mind your manners, tourists | CNN Travel

Travel

ISIS destroys Temple of Bel in Palmyra, Syria, U.N. reports

<b>(CNN) —</b> One of the most culturally significant pieces of architecture in the world has been destroyed, the United Nations said on Monday.<p>The U.N. training and research agency released satellite images and analysis that confirmed the Temple of Bel -- which for nearly 2,000 years has been the center …

Palmyra

Wes Craven reinvented horror three times: cinema looks scary without him

Through The Last House on the Left, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream, Craven – who has died aged 76 – dictated the genre so confidently no Hollywood horror director isn’t deeply indebted, no audience member left untouched<p>If you can judge a film-maker’s influence by how many copycats they …

Horror

World's rarest marine creature spotted after 30-year absence

The Allonautilus scrobiculatus has inhabited the earth for 500 million years and has only been seen twice, until now<p>A rare species of nautilus, a marine mollusc, has been found by researchers for the first time in 31 years. It has been suggested that the Allonautilus scrobiculatus could be the …

Boulder

Denmark reveals €800m tax fraud – the country's biggest

Tax authority alerts police amid suspicion that foreign companies have defrauded its system over past three years<p>Denmark’s tax authority said on Wednesday that it had alerted police after foreign companies appeared to have drained more than 800m euros from the system in what would be the country’s …

Taxes

Nazi Treasure Train Hunt: Significant Find Confirmed in Poland

WALBRZYCH, Poland — A military train of historical significance has been found but it isn't clear whether it includes Nazi carriages laden with gold as a treasure-hunting duo claims, local officials in Poland said Wednesday.<p>"The city [of Walbrzych] is full of mysterious stories because of its …

History

Tim Cook was just awarded $58 million in Apple stock

Tim Cook is kicking butt at Apple — at least according to the tenure- and performance-based restricted stock units he recently received, with a market value of close to $58 million.<p>The reward, noted in an SEC filing, came with stipulations that Apple’s TSR performance had to be in the top third of …

Laura Ingraham
Global Warming

South Korea halts propaganda broadcasts as Koreas reach deal

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea says it got an apology. North Korea says its archrival learned a "serious lesson." That's how compromises are engineered on a peninsula that has technically been at war for more than 60 years.<p>Seoul halted anti-Pyongyang propaganda broadcasts over loudspeakers …

North Korea

India just turned off mobile internet for 63 million citizens

Mobile internet services have been blocked in the Indian state of Gujarat (home to nearly 63 million people), following violent protests led by the Patel community after one of its leaders was detained by local police in Ahmedabad.<p>22-year-old politician Hardik Patel, the convener of the Patidar …

What Is A Red Sprite?

Ghost? Alien? Carbonated beverage?<p>Two mysterious red hazes hovered over Earth on August 10. Astronauts onboard the International Space Station snapped a picture of the first one as it passed over the Midwest--either Illinois or Missouri. And yesterday NASA's Earth Observatory announced that a …

Space

California sinking faster than thought, aquifers could permanently shrink

California is sinking even faster than scientists had thought, new NASA satellite imagery shows.<p>Some areas of the Golden State are sinking more than 2 inches per month, the imagery reveals. Though the sinking, called subsidence, has long been a problem in California, the rate is accelerating …

Snorkeling

Why Phone Fraud Starts With A Silent Call

Here's an experience some of us have had. The phone rings. You pick it up and say "Hello. Hello. Helloooo." But nobody answers.<p>It turns out there could be someone on the other end of the line: an automated computer system that's calling your number — and tens of thousands of others — to build a …

Identity Theft

See how much NASA has learned about hurricanes in the 10 years since Katrina

Science is, naturally, the never-ending pursuit of knowledge that has spanned the entirety of human existence and will continue, in some form, ad infinitum—but it’s incredible to see how much progress can be made in just a decade. With the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina this week in mind, …

Space Travel

Massive Florida sinkhole that swallowed a man reopens

<b>(CNN) —</b> A massive sinkhole in Florida, which had been filled in, has opened up again -- bringing back nightmarish memories of when it swallowed a man two years ago.<p>In February 2013, the sinkhole first formed under Jeff Bush's bedroom in the town of Seffner as he turned in for the night. He screamed …

Rainfall

Narcolepsy medication modafinil is world's first safe 'smart drug'

Increasingly taken by healthy people to improve focus before exams, after a comprehensive review researchers say modafinil is safe in the short-term<p>Modafinil is the world’s first safe “smart drug”, researchers at Harvard and Oxford universities have said, after performing a comprehensive review of …

Medicine

Deneb is distant and very luminous

Deneb is one of the most distant stars you will see with your eye alone. That’s because it’s one of the most luminous stars in the Milky Way …

The CIA’s grotesque secret: How it’s partnering with human rights abusers — and sparking blowback

Shadowy intelligence operations show need for real accountability. Luckily, there’s a model to achieve just that<p>In a letter to three U.S. senators that recently came to light, CIA director John Brennan outlined how his intelligence agency deals with abusive partners, referring – it would appear – …

Human Rights

Group: ISIS beheads expert who refused to reveal location of valuable antiquities

<b>(CNN) —</b> Khaled al-As'ad spent his life on the painstaking task of preserving antiquities, saving the relics of our ancestors for generations yet to come.<p>He was working in Palmyra, a Syrian city full of ancient monuments and temples -- a city that was, in the second millennium B.C., a caravan stop …

Palmyra

Figures show record influx of refugees into Europe

A record 107,500 migrants crossed the European Union's borders last month, according to new figures, showing they are arriving in dramatically increasing numbers and creating a humanitarian crisis for the 28-nation bloc.<p>Frontex, the EU border agency, reported on Tuesday that its latest figures far …

North Africa