Creating an old-girls network in Silicon Valley
Thanks to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and her mega-bestselling book, Lean In, the gender-disparity debate has been front and center for years now in Silicon Valley.
Actor Val Kilmer hospitalized in Los Angeles after 'complication'
Actor Val Kilmer, best-known for his roles in "Batman Forever" and "The Doors," said on Saturday he was at a Los Angeles hospital for observation following what he called a "complication."
Nuclear safety push to be softened after U.S. objections
The United States looks set to succeed in watering down a proposal for tougher legal standards aimed at boosting global nuclear safety, according to senior diplomats.
More than 100 cases of measles now confirmed in U.S
More than 100 people in the United States have been confirmed as infected with measles including 91 in California, most of them linked to an outbreak that began at Disneyland in December, public health officials said on Friday.
Ode to the range: Cowboys take to prose to celebrate U.S. West
When long-time bronc rider Paul Zarzyski needed to rest his aching bones after an adrenaline-charged stint on torquing horseflesh, he often turned to the last thing most people would associate with cowboy life: writing poetry.
The Police State Is Upon Us
Anyone paying attention knows that 9/11 has been used to create a police/warfare state
Rand Paul Calls Hillary Clinton ‘Yesterday’s News’
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton—a former U.S. Senator from New York, the former First Lady of the United States, and the Democrats’ likely frontrunner and nominee in 2016—is “yesterday’s news.”
House of Cards: A DC Real Estate Column
House of Cards, an ongoing real estate column, examines the lifestyle and houses of DC’s most notorious elite. Today we profile, former Democratic Senator Majority Leader Tom Daschle who recently sold a seven-bedroom house for $3.25 million.
Laird leads Phoenix by three, Molinari ace triggers frenzy
Scotsman Martin Laird shot a three-under-par 68 to hold off some charging youngsters on Saturday and carry a three-stroke lead into the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Office Implants Microchips Under Employees’ Skin
A high-tech office in Sweden is implanting its workers with computer chips under the skin in order for them to access the building, a move which ‘biohackers’ says is preparation for a dystopian future when governments and corporations adopt the same technology.
Winter storm threatens heavy snow, sleet from Midwest to East Coast
A winter snowstorm was expected to blanket a wide swath of the U.S. Midwest on Saturday before heading to the East Coast, bringing up to a foot (30 cm) of fresh accumulation to parts of New England, days after a blizzard slammed the region, forecasters said.
Fighting rages in eastern Ukraine, 15 soldiers killed
Fighting raged in eastern Ukraine on Saturday as pro-Russian separatists sought to tighten the circle around government forces clinging on to a rail center, with 15 Ukrainian soldiers killed in the past 24 hours.
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