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Sharon Stone Bares All in a Striking Nude Photoshoot

See how the 57-year-old Basic Instinct star recast herself in a new light.<p>"If I believed that sexy was trying to be who I was when I did <i>Basic Instinct</i>," Sharon Stone tells <i>Harpers Bazaar</i> in a revealing new interview, "then we'd all be having a hard day today." Judging from new photos shot for the …

Enraged residents on the French Riviera are bracing for a visit from the Saudi royals

While the king's three-week visit with an entourage of nearly 1,000 is a boon for the local economy, the closure of a public beach for the privacy and security of the royal party -- along with illegal construction work -- has sparked anger.<p>Authorities brought forward the closure of the kilometre …

Samsung fan explains why the Galaxy S6 Active is ‘an insult’ to Galaxy S6 owners

Samsung’s rugged Galaxy S6 Active got officially unveiled on Monday, but not every Samsung fan is happy. <i>SamMobile’s</i> Abhijeet M., for instance, thinks …

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China is building the most extensive global commercial-military empire in history

In the 18th and 19th centuries, the sun famously never set on the British empire. A commanding navy enforced its will, yet all would have been lost if it were not for ports, roads, and railroads. The infrastructure that the British built everywhere they went embedded and enabled their power like …

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Why the Body You Want Won’t Happen Overnight

The sensible man’s approach to fitness that lasts a lifetime<p>I’ve heard stories about athletes who enhance their performance by sleeping in high-altitude chambers, drinking kale smoothies every four hours, getting deep tissue massages every day, or training with equipment that looks like NASA's …

Toplessness - the one Victorian taboo that won't go away

<b>Current taboos against female toplessness date from the 19th Century. Is it ever likely to change, asks the novelist Sara Sheridan.</b><p>When I talk at book festivals and libraries about the restrictions faced by our many times great grandmothers, audiences invariably find the stories amusing.<p>Most …

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Fall of the Berlin Wall opened a world of opportunity

The demolition of the Berlin Wall and collapse of Communism in Europe led to a turbulent transition but was worth the pain<p>Sunday marks 25 years exactly since the Berlin Wall fell. Probably the most important political event of the second half of the 20th century, the collapse of that ghastly …

'I've had enough,' says Mexican attorney general in missing students gaffe

An off-the-cuff comment by the attorney general to cut off a news conference about the apparent killing of 43 missing college students has been taken up by protesters as a rallying cry against Mexico’s corruption and drug trade-fueled violence.<p>During the televised appearance on Friday, attorney …

Muddled souls – Britain is a non-religious, Christian-ish country

Listen<p>A new survey of British religious attitudes is out. It reveals a surprising degree of hostility to religion, and an unsurprising degree of muddle.<p>David Cameron’s claim that Britain is a Christian country looks refuted, for more than 60 per cent of respondents said they are ‘not religious at …

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Cranberries, a Thanksgiving Staple, Were a Native American Superfood

The berry helped Indians and colonists survive.<p><b>Every schoolchild learns that the Pilgrims couldn't have survived life in the New World without the help of the Indians. The tribes taught them which crops to plant. They introduced them to corn and other nutritional mainstays. One of these, the</b> …

Jennifer Lawrence's stubborn streak sparks Catching Fire into life

If the critics are to be believed, the latest Hunger Games movie, Catching Fire, is this year's Dark Knight, a smart and full-blooded blockbuster with a deliciously icy core. Francis Lawrence's film has a hugely impressive 95% "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which would make it one of the year's …

Expand NY workshops roundup: 3D Systems, littleBits, Leap Motion and more!

The stage at Expand acted as a platform for conversations between many people involved in the future of technology -- but there was a lot more that attendees were able to enjoy. Some of our nifty workshop sessions had 3D Systems show off its new Sense scanner; littleBits gave a demo of the Synth …

John Kerry admits US spying has 'reached too far'

US secretary of state promises some US spying practices will end as global outrage at surveillance builds<p>John Kerry, the US secretary of state, has admitted that some of America's spying activities have "reached too far".<p>He said many of the surveillance practices were carried out "on automatic …

Frank Langella: legend of the fall

It's all about the crown, Frank Langella says: are you prepared to lose it, and if so can you cope? The great American actor is preparing to play King Lear. At 75, he says he's still too young – Lear is in his mid-80s - but Langella knows plenty about losing his crown.<p>As a young man, he was …