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Report: Pierre-Paul could face criminal charges for fireworks

Jason Pierre-Paul could be facing legal problems in Florida.<p>Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul could be facing criminal charges stemming from the …

These were E3 2015's best games

E3 is (thankfully) over, and that means the press that cover the event have recently cast their votes for what they thought were the best games from the show. You know those blurbs on box art saying "winner of over 90 awards" and the like? This is partly where they come from. Collectively known as …

Fashion Week

Slipknot to Kanye West: 'You Are Not the Greatest Living Rock Star of All Time'

John Rodgers—Redferns/Getty Images<p>Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images<p>Ray Burmiston—Photoshot/Getty Images<p>Kevin Mazur—WireImage/Getty Images<p>Mark …

Music

Day 8 at Wimbledon

Evidence of liquid water found on Mars

<b>Nasa's Curiosity rover has found that water can exist as a liquid near the Martian surface.</b><p>Mars should be too cold to support liquid water at the surface, but salts in the soil lower its freezing point - allowing briny films to form.<p>The results lend credence to a theory that dark streaks seen on …

Geoscience

How the U.S. thinks Russians hacked the White House

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Russian hackers behind the damaging cyber intrusion of the State Department in recent months used that perch to penetrate sensitive parts of the White House computer system, according to U.S. officials briefed on the investigation.<p>While the White House has said the breach only …

U.S. State Department

Ericsson wants to block Apple from selling iPhones in the U.S.

In one to file under “N” for “Never happening,” mobile phone company Ericsson has filed seven new lawsuits asking the U.S. International Trade Commission to block Apple products, such as the iPhone, from selling in the United States.<p>The lawsuits allege that Apple is infringing on up to 41 patents, …

Pain Really Is All In Your Head. Emotion Controls Intensity

When you whack yourself with a hammer, it feels like the pain is in your thumb. But really it's in your brain.<p>That's because our perception of pain is shaped by brain circuits that are constantly filtering the information coming from our sensory nerves, says David Linden, a professor of …

Felicity Jones joins Tom Hanks for latest Dan Brown thriller, Inferno

Tom Hanks, once again donning the flowing locks of Robert Langdon in new Dan Brown adaptation Inferno, will be joined by Felicity Jones for his next romp through ancient symbols and contemporary evil.<p>Directed once again by Ron Howard, following The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons, Jones is …

Movies

Patriots locker room attendant tried to put unapproved ball into AFC final

<i>This story has been corrected. Read below</i><p>A locker room attendant for the New England Patriots tried to introduce an unapproved special teams football …

Rolls-Royce is making an SUV

The list of automakers that would never, ever make an SUV has shrunk even further.<p>Rolls-Royce, the pinnacle of British luxury motoring, announced on Tuesday that it, too, would add an SUV to its line-up.<p>The automaker hand-delivered a statement to CNNMoney on embossed Rolls-Royce letterhead. It says …

Rolls-Royce

Kiev unmoved on weapons withdrawal as troops pull out of Debaltseve

The Ukrainian army will only consider withdrawing its heavy weaponry from a designated buffer zone in the east of the country "when the shelling stops," the country's deputy defence minister said in an interview Wednesday, as the strategic town of Debaltseve fell into separatist hands.<p>There were …

Dazzling Displays of Aurora Borealis Dance Across the Night Sky

When the night sky began to fill with eerie green streaks of dancing light, astrophotographer Kwon O Chul turned his camera upwards to capture the dazzling display. Located near Yellowknife in northern Canada, the auroras were so incredibly bright that the Korean photographer needed only mere …