Day: May 29, 2013

Proposal seeks to lock copyright infringing computers, force owners to contact policeInteresting News

Proposal seeks to lock copyright infringing computers, force owners to contact police

By Brittany Hillen The Internet-using public is no stranger to off-the-wall plans and ideas to stop the so-called blight of
House panel investigating Eric Holder for lying under oathInteresting News

House panel investigating Eric Holder for lying under oath

By Cheryl K. Chumley Aides for the House Judiciary Committee say members have launched an investigation into whether Attorney General
Drones With Facial Recognition Technology Will End Anonymity, EverywhereBig Brother

Drones With Facial Recognition Technology Will End Anonymity, Everywhere

By Andrew Conte The Tsarnaev brothers, like anyone in a crowd of strangers, might have expected to be anonymous. But
Chinese Hackers Access Advanced U.S. Weapons SystemsMore News

Chinese Hackers Access Advanced U.S. Weapons Systems

In their latest and perhaps most staggering espionage feat, Chinese hackers reportedly breached the designs of more than two dozen
Obama Wants His No-Fly Zone War Plan for SyriaWar News

Obama Wants His No-Fly Zone War Plan for Syria

By Connor Simpson It wasn’t his first choice, but he’ll have to take it. President Obama is looking at the
US prosecutors: Liberty Reserve ran $6bn money-laundering schemeEconomy & Money

US prosecutors: Liberty Reserve ran $6bn money-laundering scheme

The United States government has shut down a digital currency website and jailed its executives for allegedly operating the largest
Boston bombing suspects’ sister faces drug charge?Random News

Boston bombing suspects’ sister faces drug charge?

(A Set Up?) A sister of the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects is facing a drug charge in New Jersey.
EPA regulations for Ambulances cost more than moneyRandom News

EPA regulations for Ambulances cost more than money

By Paul Wagner The D.C. fire department is trying to determine why one of its newer diesel ambulances broke down
First Image EVER of the Hydrogen AtomScience & Space

First Image EVER of the Hydrogen Atom

What you’re looking at is the first direct observation of an atom’s electron orbital — an atom’s actual wave function!
College athlete violates NCAA rules by washing her car on campusRandom News

College athlete violates NCAA rules by washing her car on campus

Portland University basketball Coach Eric Reveno couldn’t believe it when he heard it at West Coast Conference meetings Wednesday: A
International Astronaut Crew Arrives at Space Station in Record TimeRandom News

International Astronaut Crew Arrives at Space Station in Record Time

By Miriam Kramer An international trio of astronauts has just become the newest residents of a space station in orbit
Larry King joins RT news with brand new politics showRandom News

Larry King joins RT news with brand new politics show

Award-winning interviewer Larry King will host a mold-breaking political talk show on RT from next month, speaking to both leading
The World’s Richest 8% Earn Half of All Planetary IncomeMore News

The World’s Richest 8% Earn Half of All Planetary Income

By Eric Zuessea The lead research economist at the World Bank, Branko Milanovic, will be reporting soon, in the journal
Trayvon Martin: Cellphone pics of guns and drugsRandom News

Trayvon Martin: Cellphone pics of guns and drugs

By KYLE HIGHTOWER A court employee who retrieved photos and deleted text messages from Trayvon Martin’s cellphone has been placed
Toontown evacuated after explosion at Disneyland, police sayRandom News

Toontown evacuated after explosion at Disneyland, police say

Police were evacuating people Tuesday evening at Disneyland’s Toontown after a report of an explosion that appeared to have involved
400-year-old plants show signs of life in labScience & Space

400-year-old plants show signs of life in lab

By Claudine Zap Plants dating to the Little Ice Age discovered in the Arctic have come back to life. These