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  • Turkish high court rules Twitter ban illegal, orders access restored

    Turkish high court rules Twitter ban illegal, orders access restored
    The Turkish government's ban on access to the Twitter social media site violates citizens' right to free expression and access should be immediately restored, the country's Constitutional Court ruled Wednesday. Citing the Turkish Constitution's...
  • Miley Cyrus' dog dies; singer mourns on Twitter as #RIPFLoyd trends

    Miley Cyrus' dog dies; singer mourns on Twitter as #RIPFLoyd trends
    Miley Cyrus' dog Floyd has died, and the singer mourned her loss publicly Tuesday night on Twitter. Her plaintive tweets were peppered with broken-heart and sad-kitty emojis, and by Wednesday the hashtag #RIPFloyd was trending on the site in the U.S....
  • Paul Ryan the anti-Robin Hood: Robbing the poor to help the rich

    Paul Ryan the anti-Robin Hood: Robbing the poor to help the rich
    No, Paul Ryan isn’t Ebenezer Scrooge. But give him time; he’s young. And he shows such promise. On Tuesday, Ryan, the Republican tax-hatchet-man from Wisconsin, unveiled a new spending blueprint. Got a catchy title too: “The Path to...
  • Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Henry Cavill broke up, but the paparazzi stayed

    Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Henry Cavill broke up, but the paparazzi stayed
    Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting learned it the hard way: Once you've dated Superman, you can never go back. At least as far as the paparazzi are concerned.  We're referring to the effects of "The Big Bang Theory" star's 10-day "relationship" last summer with Henry...
  • Do the rescued sailors with a sick baby deserve our condemnation?

    Do the rescued sailors with a sick baby deserve our condemnation?
    Welcome home, Kaufman family! Today, as my colleague Tony Perry reports, the Navy warship that rescued Eric and Charlotte Kaufman and their two tiny daughters, made port in San Diego. In order to dodge a media scrum, Perry relates, the Kaufmans were...
  • Technical limitations led Facebook to scrap its bold News Feed redesign

    Technical limitations led Facebook to scrap its bold News Feed redesign
    More than a year ago, Facebook unveiled plans for a drastic redesign of its website's News Feed that would place a greater emphasis on pictures and look a lot more like the social network's mobile app. Ultimately, Facebook discarded that look and went...
  • Naya Rivera of 'Glee,' rapper Big Sean call off engagement

    Naya Rivera of 'Glee,' rapper Big Sean call off engagement
    Naya Rivera of "Glee" and Big Sean have split up, the Detroit rapper said Wednesday.  The couple, who met on Twitter -- she followed him first -- got engaged in October, only six months after making their public debut as a couple at the premiere of...
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus nude: flawless fanny, faulty history

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus nude: flawless fanny, faulty history
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus looks fantastic in the nude, photographed from behind for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine -- even if the faux-tattoo on her back is historically inaccurate.  Happily, the photographic faux-up seems right in line with the actress'...
  • Navy ship with rescued sailboat family arrives in San Diego

    Navy ship with rescued sailboat family arrives in San Diego
    SAN DIEGO — The guided-missile frigate Vandegrift returned here Wednesday with 15 officers, 190 enlisted sailors and a sick baby named Lyra. The 1-year-old’s rescue from her family’s crippled sailboat hundreds of miles out at sea was...
  • Carl's Jr. thinks women can't handle its meaty burgers in new ad

    Carl's Jr. thinks women can't handle its meaty burgers in new ad
    Carl's Jr. is letting women know that they aren't man enough to eat its new Western X-tra Bacon Thickburger in a new ad. In the video ad shown above, Mystique, the stealthy female changeling from "The X-Men" movies, is shown holding the new burger....
  • Technology's feminist problem

    Technology's feminist problem
    The New York Times ran a sob story last weekend about a woman who quit tech because she was shocked, shocked by the gross behavior of men in tech: “Elissa Shevinsky can pinpoint the moment when she felt that she no longer belonged. “She...