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WeDC Fest is in the books: What worked and what didn’t in the first year

The inaugural WeDC Fest didn’t draw the crowds that organizers expected, but it may be a good down payment for a festival that could eventually evolve into an event reminiscent of Austin’s megapopular ... read more

‘Chronicles of Prydain’ Movie in the Works at Disney (EXCLUSIVE)

The final book won the John Newbery Medal, given by the Association for Library Service to Children. Sam Dickerman is the Disney executive on the project, which has not yet been set with a producer, d... read more

Is Japan really racist?

For the first time in my life, racial differences stopped being something I thought about abstractly and started being something I confronted daily. It got me thinking about the different forms racism ... read more

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The Death of Marius: A Step By Step Analysis

First ... year. “Some zoos professionals object to the use of contraception based on the belief that preventing animals from mating and raising young deprives those animals of a fundamental and enrich... read more

Marc Webb Originally Didn’t Want To Make ‘Amazing Spider-Man,’ Addresses Villain Overkill Concerns For The Sequel

And while his comic-book movies have a lot of visual fireworks ... and he had to wrestle with the decision initially. “In the first movie I was a little too reserved with the CGI, quite frankly, becau... read more

Why didn't MR oppose ETCA and Mattala PPP deal in India: UNP

Mr. Weerasana asked the people to hoist black flags when Prime Minister Modi was visiting Sri Lanka for the International Vesak festival. He should ask the ... contest for the presidential elections n... read more

Hackable Holidays: 6 steps to protect your smart home from spies

WASHINGTON — Smart home devices, such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home, are some of the hottest holiday gifts this year. But if you aren’t savvy about security, it may be the hackers who are celebra... read more

The Bible is a Good Book, But God Didn’t Write It

Mohler will find verification of his view in Spong’s new book Reclaiming the Bible for a Non-Religious ... You have to make a claim that locks security up tightly. It doesn’t work, but it’s popular. T... read more

Trump Campaign Makes Legal Claim Against Omarosa Manigault Newman

WASHINGTON — The campaign of President Donald Trump is taking legal action against Omarosa Manigault Newman, claiming that she violated a 2016 non-disclosure agreement with the release of her new book ... read more

Zika virus and microcephaly: The conspiracy theories flow fast and furious

First, however, let’s look at a more mainstream reaction, which reminds me of the reaction to Ebola over a year ago. This reaction, one of mostly fear, has been the primary manifestation of greatly in... read more

Interview: Justin Lin Talks Why Eva Mendes Didn’t Come Back, And How Robert Altman Inspired ‘Fast & Furious 6’

The first obstacle and the first test was to convince him to ... Was there ever talk of trying to get Eva Mendes back for this one? She was in the little teaser at the end of ‘Fast Five.’ Part of what ... read more

Chinese ask: Why doesn’t Japan hate America for dropping the A-bombs?

Back around the year 1972, diplomatic relations between the two countries normalized and for many years China acted favorably towards Japan, encouraging the importation of Japanese goods, TV, and musi... read more

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