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It appears LulzSec is out of retirement. When Gizmodo wrote about Rupert Murdoch's New Times getting hacked (featuring a dummy page pretending to be The Sun as well as a fake story about Murdoch's death), LulzSec, a supposedly disbanded hacking group, responded on Twitter with the following: Front ...
So-called "faux" fur may actually contain dog hair, according to Humane Society of the United States investigations. Inspectors for the Humane Society say fur from a canine species known as the raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides) was found on garments labeled as being "faux-fur." (Raccoon dogs i...
Almost 80 years after first going to print, the final Newsweek magazine hit newsstands Monday featuring an ironic hashtag as a symbol of its Twitter-era transition to an all-digital format.
More than 100 dead birds were recently found in a cluster near Highway 101 in the Wine Country region of California.
In 2009, senators and congressmen joined adoption groups in protesting a horror film called 'Orphan', fearing it would lead to hatred of orphans and a drop in adoptions. A year later, was the concern fact or fiction?
Dwarfs are angry at the makers of "Snow White and the Huntsman" for casting average-sized people as the film's seven dwarfs.
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