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The US has introduced a new tactic in its war against the Islamic State. The Department of Defense's Cyber Command unit is mounting cyberattacks against the terrorist organization, the New York Times Sunday.
Each week we search and gather up the coolest comic book art you won't see in actual comics. The reason you won't is because professional artists often draw sketches for fun or commissions and post them
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Right now, you’re busy decorating for spring and researching travel destinations in preparation for the warmer months ahead. This means you probably don’t have a lot of time for making yourself dinner
What's it like to celebrate Easter when everyone thinks you're a dickhead and God isn't real? As a child, I used to pride myself on understanding the "real meaning" of Easter. I was raised a Methodist
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Think of these coffee doughnut muffins as your favorite breakfast hits all rolled into one. First, there's the cake, rich with butter, a hint of freshly brewed coffee and the subtle tang of buttermilk.
Naruto, Death Note and more Viz Media, the biggest publisher of manga and anime in North America, has teamed up with United Talent Agency (UTA) to start production on a few live-action projects based its