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The Interview Movie

Activist To Send 10,000 Copies of ‘The Interview’ Into North Korea

A Korean activist said Tuesday he will resume his plans to send 10,000 DVDs of "The Interview" starring Seth Rogen and James Franco into North Korea. Seoul's unification ministry, however, advised caution.
Lawsuit Accuses Officer of Tickling Feet

Lawsuit Accuses Officer of Tickling Feet of Unarmed Man Killed by Police

The family of an unarmed man shot to death by Bakersfield, Calif., police filed a civil rights lawsuit alleging one officer tickled the dead man's feet.

Utah Militia Leader William Keebler Pleads Not Guilty To Attempted Bombing Of BLM Facility

Utah militia leader, William Keebler, 57 was arraigned in Salt Lake City’s U.S. District Court Wednesday, where he faces charges in the attempted bombing of a BLM facility in northern Arizona.
Nanospheres Delivery Higher Dose Of Chemotherapy Safely

Nanospheres Delivery Higher Dose Of Chemotherapy Safely

The treatment method allowed researchers to safely deliver doses of cancer drugs 16 times more powerful than those currently used with patients.
Ontario's 1000 Island Parkway Endangering Wildlife

Canadian Parkway Proves Deadly For At-Risk Species

"There has to be a higher level of interest in this problem," researcher Lyn Garrah said.
Graphene-Based Camoflage

Research Underway On Graphene-Based Camoflage

Saab AB reports it is researching the possible use of graphene in camouflage.

Breaking: Dakota Access Pipeline project stopped by Army Corps of Engineers

The Army Corps of Engineers has denied a permit for the construction of a key section of the Dakota Access Pipeline, multiple outlets reported Sunday afternoon.
Wood Mackenzie

Wood Mackenzie: Gasoline To Move To Surplus

Though refineries are struggling to keep up with demand growth, analysis from consultant group Wood Mackenzie finds a surplus of gasoline emerging by 2017.
Udot Traffic

The Point of I-15 Construction

The Point Of I-15 Construction Major construction for the Point Project on I-15 on March 1, 2015.  Preliminary work outside of I-15 mainline is ongoing...
Ohio Handicapped Letter

‘Hey Handicap!’ Note Left on Ohio Amputee’s Car

Ashley Brady of Miamisburg said a neighbor who has been parking in her handicapped parking spot replied to her request to not park there with a letter that has caused a major stir.