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Sherri Shepherd Ruled Legal Mother of Baby Born via Surrogate

After months of battling her ex-husband in court over financial responsibility for their baby born via surrogate last August, Sherri Shepherd is now …

A Look At The Apple Watch Companion App

In order to support Apple’s new wearable device, the Apple Watch, the company announced this morning it’s rolling out an updated version of the iOS mobile operating system, version 8.2, starting today. Included in the new OS is a brand-new “Apple Watch” app, which is how Apple Watch users will be …

Anne Frank: 10 beautiful quotes from The Diary of a Young Girl

The theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2015 is “keep the memory alive”, and today we want to remember Annelies Marie Frank, better known as Anne Frank, who started her diary Diary of a Young Girl at the age of just 13, while hiding from the German occupation of Amsterdam during the second world war. …

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How a biracial woman grew up thinking she was white

When Lacey Schwartz was accepted to Georgetown University, the school saw her photo and passed her name along to the black student association. The organization contacted her.<p>The only issue: Schwartz had grown up in a Jewish household in Woodstock New York, and had always — despite occasional …

The Problem with Stoned Diners in Denver

Restaurateurs in Denver face a new problem: the random customer who is way too stoned.<p><i>The city’s restaurateurs face a new problem: the random</i> …

40 Things to Leave Behind in 2015

Photo: Getty Images<p>As yet another year comes to a close, and the initial giddy appeal of social media continues to cool, let's take a minute to descale the kettle of clichés and boil off the lingering herd words, expressions, and gestures that have been building up since we did this last year. Here …

Most cancers are caused by bad luck not genes or lifestyle, say scientists

Scientists at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the US found that the majority of cancers are not linked to environment or lifestyle<p>The majority of cancers are the result of bad luck rather than unhealthy lifestyles or inherited genetic faults, scientists have discovered.<p>For years …

Watch Taylor Swift Give Her Fans Christmas Gifts for 'Swiftmas'

Taylor Swift has made absolutely certain that she won’t be visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present or future anytime soon – she has spread …

These Blimps Are Meant To Protect Washington DC From Missiles Somehow

Lumpy sentinels of freedom<p>To protect the nation’s capital from a 21st century threat, the Pentagon is turning to a technology first seen in World War I: blimps. Made by Raytheon, the “Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System,” or JLENS for short, is a tethered …

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Animal photos of the year 2014: Part 2 - Telegraph

Western Kentucky holds off Central Michigan, 49-48, in Bahamas Bowl

Western Kentucky knows its defensive blunders on what became the final touchdown of the Bahamas Bowl will stay on highlight reels for a long, long time.<p>That's fine with the Hilltoppers — because they found a way to hang on for an unforgettable win.<p>Wasting nearly every bit of a 35-point lead and …

Sony hack: Obama considers 'proportional response' against North Korea

The White House calls the hacking of the Sony studio a "serious national security matter," while Hollywood stars compare cancellation of The Interview to Neville Chamberlain's'appeasement of Adolf Hitler and a second film called Pyongyang is also pulled<p>The United States said a hacking attack on a …

Amazon tells FAA to change drone laws or it'll move research abroad

Amazon has warned the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) that if it doesn’t relax its attitude towards drone regulation then the internet giant will be forced to move its research teams out of the country.<p>"Without the ability to test outdoors in the United States soon, we will have no choice but to …

European Union tells search sites how to handle your 'right to be forgotten'

When the European Union first put the "right to be forgotten" into effect, it didn't really give search sites much help. Should search listings disappear simply because they're embarrassing? What if you're a notable figure? At last, though, there are some clearer answers. The European Commission …

Historical images of women using scientific instruments

There is something about one of my Pinterest boards that seems to have caught the imagination. It is, as the platform allows, simply a way of collecting and displaying images that I have culled from elsewhere across the internet, hitting a particular theme. This one is called Women using scientific …

This New Girl-Powered Engineering Toy Asks Kids To Design And Wire Their Own Dollhouse

Research increasingly shows that early childhood play shapes our skills, values, and modes of thinking as we grow older. But while products like …

Women coders break new ground, and stereotypes

Closed Captioning<p>ON<p>OFF<p>apply | reset x<p>font<p>size<p>color<p>Play Video - 4:56<p>December 27th, 2013<p>More and more women are entering the tech world, looking to make their marks in the computer programming field and find long-lasting careers. NBC special anchor Maria Shriver reports.<p>More video<p>TRENDING<p>LIFESTYLE

Tackling tech’s gender problem the right way: Teaching women to code

Andrée Brazeau was a project manager with a degree in mechanical engineering. Eighteen months ago, she moved to San Francisco and started looking for work. A year into her job search, she had heard the same response time and time again: “We’re looking for someone with programming experience.”<p>So …

Weev Is Free

Andrew “weev” Auernheimer is set to be released from federal prison, following a federal appeals court decision to reverse and vacate his conviction and sentence.<p>“I’m going to prison for arithmetic,” Weev declared last March. Shortly after, he was incarcerated in the federal prison system, charged …

“Internet of Things” is the new Windows XP—malware’s favorite target

Bitcoin miners and DDoS apps are targeting a new crop of low-hanging fruit.<p>The past few days have revealed new data that suggests the recent upsurge …

Government requests for Google data soar

Google said this week that government requests for data on users had more than doubled over the last four years.<p>The company released its ninth transparency report, which noted 27,477 worldwide government requests for information from 42,648 users in the second half of 2013. Law enforcement agencies …

Macworld/iWorld 2014: Check Out Ring, A Wearable Input Device For iOS

Over at Macworld we got to take a look at Ring: a wearable input device that’s compatible with Apple’s iOS. The interesting product, which allows …