Tyrene Mcmillan

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Deus Ex: The Fall may see a PC release via Steam (update)

<i>Deus Ex: The Fall</i>, the mobile adaptation of the action role-playing series, may see a PC release via Steam, according to images pulled from Steam's domain by Reddit user Devin Watson.<p>Two of three images are the game's header screens, while a third features character Anna Kelso. The images belong to …

Daniel Radcliffe on Long Locks: 'I Have a Whole New Sympathy for Women'

Harry Potter is under there somewhere.<p>Daniel Radcliffe showed off his longer locks at Sunday’s WhatsOnStage Awards, where he won best actor in a play …

Harry Potter

Sega's battle with Nintendo to become Seth Rogen film

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are in line to write and direct a high-profile thriller about the battle between Sega and Nintendo for control of the lucrative 80s and 90s games console market.<p>Titled Console Wars, the film will be based on Blake Harris's forthcoming book Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo …

The Week in Review: Sayonara, Sochi!

Inside Flipboard / February 21, 2014<p>Like many other people, I’ve been watching the Olympics, but I’ve been paying closer attention to the athletes …

Western Union faces probe for fraud-induced money transfers

(Reuters) - Money-transfer company Western Union Co (WU.N) is being probed by the Federal Trade Commission and a U.S. district court over fraud-induced money transfers, the company said in a regulatory filing on Monday.<p>A Western Union branch is seen in New York July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Shannon …

Asian shares higher, led by Wall Street

Japanese stocks led Asia higher on Tuesday, with the Nikkei rising above the 15,000 mark, while Australian stocks hit their highest level since June …

Stock Markets

Internet trolls are also real-life trolls

My brother and I have a childhood history of internet trolling under our belts. Innocent enough, yes – but disruptive nonetheless. From the same room at our parents’ house, we’d play Yahoo! Graffiti(the internet’s version of Pictionary). The word was “dinosaur” and it was his turn to draw. He’d …

Samsung Unveils Galaxy S5 Smartphone

Today at the Mobile World Congress wireless show in Barcelona, Samsung unveiled its latest flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S5. Samsung mobile …

After El Chapo's Capture, Meet the World's Most Wanted Drug Lords

The capture of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, who authorities said was the world's most powerful drug lord, was the latest in the long running war …

Obama, Boehner to have rare, private Oval Office meeting Tuesday

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After an acrimonious year where they failed to agree on almost anything, President Barack Obama will host Republican Speaker John Boehner for a rare one-on-one meeting on Tuesday, the White House said.<p>But with fiscal crises out of the way for the time being, and prospects for …

The White House

Labor unions upset with Obama's plan for 1 percent federal worker pay hike

Federal labor unions are crying foul over President Obama's proposal to raise federal employee pay by 1 percent next year, arguing the increase is inadequate.<p>David Cox, president of the American Federation of Government Employees, the nation's largest federal employee union, said Monday that the 1 …

Arizona bill letting businesses deny service for religious reasons sparks heated debate

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is facing pressure from both sides of a heated debate over religious rights, as she weighs whether to sign a bill that would legally protect businesses that deny services to customers for religious reasons.<p>The bill cleared the Arizona Legislature last week. Opponents are …

Democratic Sen. Landrieu Walks A Fine Line In Red Louisiana

If Democrats are going to keep their majority in the Senate, they'll need to hang on to a few critical seats they hold in conservative states.<p>Mary Landrieu of Louisiana has one of those, and like some of her colleagues up for re-election, her support of the Affordable Care Act could be the mountain …

State lawyers don't have to defend gay marriage bans: Holder

(Reuters) - The United States’ top law enforcement official has launched into the divisive gay marriage debate by telling a newspaper his state counterparts do not have to defend laws and bans in court that they think are discriminatory.<p>United States Attorney General Eric Holder speaks during the …

Kentucky Senate Hopeful Flashes Bill Clinton Trump Card

In Kentucky, Democrats are brushing off the partisan criticism of former President Bill Clinton, and apparently, are opening their checkbooks.<p>Clinton …