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How Samuel Ross' fashion label A-Cold-Wall* defies definition

But with only three days until A-Cold-Wall*'s show at the men's edition of London Fashion Week, the label's headquarters were... calm. Model castings were underway and the team was quietly working. Sa... read more

Giant sunspots are giant

Active Region 1339 — a huge cluster of sunspots which appeared on the Sun a few days ago — is still going strong. "Amateur" astronomer Alan Friedman took a devastating picture of the 100,000 km-wide-g... read more

College students likely to disagree with religious teachings that homosexuality is a sin

( -- College students' beliefs about same-sex relationships can be shaped by their church's teachings, but some are willing to oppose their religion's position on the issue, a new University ... read more

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Intellectual Property Fosters Corporate Concentration

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L. Kent Wolgamott: Fantasic Negrito reschedules show, becomes Lincoln Calling headliner

In the 1980s, he had a major-label record contract, saw his first album under the name Xavier distributed by Interscope in 1996 and, three years later, was in a near-fatal car accident that left him i... read more

Why people dislike government (and why it matters for 2010)

Kohut, in typically understated fashion, concludes after a look at the numbers that "the public's hostility toward government seems likely to be an important election issue favoring the Republicans th... read more

Aussies steamrolled by Abbott and mining giants

Just how the Government reconciles its confusing and contradictory position on resources taxes is a mystery, and Australians are losing out while foreign investors cash in, writes Ian Verrender. The r... read more

Stories for March 2015

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Top 14 viral videos of 2011: Royal weddings, zombies and muppets top list

2011 was a great year for viral marketing case studies. The entertainment bar is getting ever-higher, making viral marketing briefs among the toughest that any creative agency can receive. For a viral ... read more

Battlestar Galactica: Watched The Finale? Still Got Questions? We've Got Answers!

David Eick: It’s like Boxey in that way! Moore: Kara is what you want her to be. It’s easy to put the label on her of “angel” or “messenger of God” or something like that. Kara Thrace died and was res... read more

Tea party leader expelled over slavery letter

"I think it's slanderous to suggest the vast movement of citizens who have gotten off the couch and showed up at town hall meetings and tea party events, somehow to smear them with this label, there's ... read more

Ron Paul’s “money bomb”?

FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty: "Ron Paul becomes the $6 million man." That's the headline on The Politico about the Republican presidential candidate's astounding fund-raising accomplishment yesterday. Pau... read more

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