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Aug. 30 2013 4:07 PM

Syrian Electronic Army Issues Threats Ahead of Possible Strike

The pro-Assad hackers said they were prepared to go after government sites in the event of a strike.

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Aug. 30 2013 2:01 PM

Murray Gershenz, “Old Man” Character Actor, Dead at 91

Often credited simply as “Elderly Man” or “Grandpa,” Gershenz became known only in the last decade for roles in movies like The Hangover and numerous TV appearances.

Aug. 30 2013 11:36 AM

Did Life on Earth Come From Mars? Another Researcher Beats the Drum.  

The theory has intrigued scientists and armchair astronomers since it was first floated, even though most of the evidence has been largely debunked. 

Aug. 30 2013 9:30 AM

Amazing Views of the “Mega-Canyon” Discovered Under Greenland's Ice

A newly discovered canyon lying beneath a 4-million-year-old ice sheet in northern Greenland appears to be 750 kilometers long and up to 800 meters deep.

Video by Reuters. 

Aug. 30 2013 7:30 AM

A Surgery, as Viewed Through Google Glass

Dr. Christopher Kaeding, an Ohio-based surgeon, became one of the first to use the technology to stream video live while performing surgery on the ACL of a 47-year-old woman. 

Aug. 29 2013 5:46 PM

North Korea Publicly Executes Singer Ex-Girlfriend of Kim Jong-Un

Singer Hyon Song-wol and other performers from a well-known orchestra and light music ensemble were accused of filming themselves having sex and then selling copies of the tapes. 

Aug. 29 2013 4:41 PM

Worried About Cape Cod Sharks? Track Them With This Tool. 

Scientists tracking the phenomenon might give a touch of reassurance to weary beachgoers with a new project called the OCEARCH Global Tracker.

Aug. 29 2013 12:31 PM

Two Researchers Just Noninvasively Connected Their Minds

Still only capable of reading simple brain patterns, the researchers hope to develop more sophisticated mind-scanning techniques and increase their pool of test subjects.

Aug. 29 2013 7:30 AM

700 Club Tries to Hide Bizarre Pat Robertson AIDS Rant, Fails

Pat Robertson’s staff hasn’t had a very good week. 

Aug. 28 2013 1:28 PM

This Scan Can Tell What You Were Just Reading by Looking at Your Brain

A Netherlands research team employed functional MRI imaging to record activity in the brain's visual cortex while subjects viewed the handwritten letters B, R, A, I, N, and S.

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