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  • ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ trailer: Caesar stares down the world

     
    The new trailer for “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” has arrived, and the apes and the humans appear […]...
  • 'Miracles' of 2013: Some of our favories

    'Miracles' of 2013: Some of our favories
    Today is the day Christians around the world celebrate one of the central miracles of the New Testament: the birth of God's son on Earth. Since then, the "miracle" bar has been lowered and the label has been secularized, attached by the media to all...
  • In 'Starting Over,' Elizabeth Spencer's insight endures

    In 'Starting Over,' Elizabeth Spencer's insight endures
    The title of Elizabeth Spencer's eighth book of short fiction, "Starting Over," carries a double meaning: It refers both to the characters in the collection and to the author herself. Ninety-two years old, winner of a PEN/Malamud Award and five O. Henry...
  • In Memoriam: Farewell to 10 top characters on TV dramas

    In Memoriam: Farewell to 10 top characters on TV dramas
    Shock. Grief. Satisfaction. Those were some of the sentiments experienced by devoted fans as they reacted to the killing off of key characters on top dramas in what seemed to be a banner year that could have been subtitled: "There Will Be Blood --...
  • McAfee, Symantec adapt to changing cybersecurity landscape

    McAfee, Symantec adapt to changing cybersecurity landscape
    Silicon Valley has rediscovered cybersecurity. The last time it was this focused on the field was in the 1990s. Two giants emerged from that generation: McAfee and Symantec. These may well be the two security companies that remain the most...
  • Katie Couric backs off from her anti-vaccine show--but not enough

    Katie Couric backs off from her anti-vaccine show--but not enough
    Having taken a fair amount of heat from the science-based community for her recent show promoting scare stories about an important immunological vaccine, Katie Couric has backed off.  In a piece appearing Tuesday in the Huffington Post, the TV host...
  • No more waiting: Gmail will now show images automatically

    No more waiting: Gmail will now show images automatically
    Gmail users, you will never have to press "display images below" again. Google on Thursday announced that Gmail will now shows images in emails automatically, freeing up users from having to give permission to display pictures every time they get an...
  • ‘Walking Dead’: Robert Kirkman says Governor ‘could attack at any moment’

     
    It's not an exaggeration to describe “The Walking Dead” as the biggest thing on television right now. AMC's hit zombie […]...
  • Lakers struggle to reset their clocks after trip to China

    Lakers struggle to reset their clocks after trip to China
    The Lakers were dragging for a team that landed before it took off. Their charter flight touched down at Los Angeles International Airport late Friday night, about three hours prior to an early Saturday morning departure from China. The 12-hour flight...
  • Review: 'Dallas Buyers Club' led well by McConaughey, Leto

    Review: 'Dallas Buyers Club' led well by McConaughey, Leto
    Few actors can play a grifter and a good ol' boy with the laid-back precision of Matthew McConaughey. Between the sidewinder glances, the sardonic grin and that slippery Texas drawl, he uses irony, edge and considerable charm to move us into taking his...
  • Dozens sickened in possible Stanford University norovirus outbreak

    Dozens sickened in possible Stanford University norovirus outbreak
    Health officials are investigating a possible norovirus outbreak at Stanford University, where more than 50 students fell ill after eating at an undergraduate housing facility. Stanford officials said this week that the students reported having flu-like...