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Review: In David Lindsay-Abaire’s ‘Fuddy Meers,’ a wacky web of secrets and lies Los Angeles Times
Fuddy Meers,” now in revival at Ventura's Rubicon Theatre. is the darkly comic play that launched the career of David Lindsay-Abaire of “Rabbit Hole” fame.
FACT CHECK: Was This Photograph of an 'Explosion' of Buttons Taken at an Abandoned Button Factory? Snopes.com
"The discovery started with an unusual photo of an old stair full of colorful buttons."
There's help for radiation therapy side effects Jackson Sun
There are two types of effects of radiation therapy for cancer, acute effects and late side effects. Most people suffer some acute side effects. They are self-limiting ...
Voya Financial Advisors exposes more sensitive adviser information on its website InvestmentNews
Weeks after a computer glitch risked exposing the Social Security numbers of its 1,800 registered reps and financial advisers, Voya Financial Advisors Inc. again ...
People and Places: The Fugu story and the people of the North GhanaWeb
The beautiful story of the Northern people and their rich 'Fugu' culture is brought to light in this edition of Ghanaweb's 'People and Places'. The startingly artistic ...
Teenager Arrested in Charlottesville After Racist Online Threat Shuts Schools for 2 Days The New York Times
Public schools in Charlottesville, Va., were closed for two days after a threat against black and Hispanic students at Charlottesville High School was posted ...
‘Cancel Brexit’ petition has more than 3 million signatures. Will it make a difference? The Washington Post
LONDON — Can Brexit be stopped? A force of exasperated Britons and one petition are going to try. Thanks to an online petition calling for Prime Minister ...
Johann Sebastian Bach Google Doodle: Google creates first AI Doodle, allowing people to create music CBS News
Johann Sebastian Bach is getting a very modern celebration on what would be his 333rd birthday. The composer was honored with his very own Google Doodle ...
How Twitter's algorithm is amplifying extreme political rhetoric CNN
Through a new feature, Twitter may at times end up amplifying inflammatory political rhetoric, misinformation, conspiracy theories, and flat out lies to its users.
British food: 20 classic dishes CNN
British food isn't bad. It's just misunderstood. It's high time we reevaluate our assumptions with 20 classic dishes -- from Yorkshire pudding to jellied eels.
White People Often Don't See Damon Young. That's About to Change. Mother Jones
White people are trying not to see Damon Young. On a chilly December Sunday, he's sitting at the crowded bar of Pittsburgh's Ace Hotel, bent over a plate of ...
Gig workers need health & benefits — Catch is their safety net TechCrunch
One of the hottest Y Combinator startups just raised a big seed round to clean up the mess created by Uber, Postmates and the gig economy. Catch sells health ...
Dr. Robert W. Deutsch, physicist and philanthropist, dies Baltimore Sun
Dr. Robert W. Deutsch, a retired nuclear physicist and successful business owner whose charitable foundation now works to assist artists, makers and ...
The new face of terror, much like the old The Economist
A FANATIC WALKED into a house of worship and opened fire. Men, women, children; he made no distinction. Brenton Tarrant showed no mercy because he did ...
Apple's Growth Depends on Androids Washington Post
Its best prospects depend on customers who don't use its devices.
No, you can't pay to remove ID from the dark web. Here's what to do Detroit Free Press
A watchdog group says about 36 percent of consumers wrongly believe that a *service* can remove stolen IDs from the underground marketplace.
She seemed like a normal Web-savvy teen. She was actually waging ‘e-jihad’ with ISIS hackers. Washington Post
It was easy to file away Kim Anh Vo as a textbook teenager. A high school student in Hephzibah, Ga., located 20 minutes southwest of Augusta, she had long ...
How Fake Reviews Are Manipulating You Online How-To Geek
Fake reviews are everywhere online and they've probably influenced some of your purchases. Fake reviews can be positive or negative, and they're obviously ...
This 19-year-old is paying her way through college by naming over 677,000 Chinese babies CNBC
Beau Jessup has made a name for herself in China with her lucrative baby naming *service*.
Instagram Is the Internet’s New Home for Hate The Atlantic
As other social networks wage a very public war against misinformation, it's thriving on Instagram.