Fresh protests and clashes in Venezuela as death toll rises to at least 21 in the country’s worst unrest in a decade. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Reports that debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 had been found proved unfounded, putting the search back to square one.
Colorado made $2 million from recreational marijuana sales for the month of January. An additional $1.5 million came from from medical marijuana.
At SXSW 2014 Coinbase co-founder Fred Ehrsam tells WSJ’s Rolfe Winkler his thoughts on the future of the crypto-currency and why his firm is better positioned than it’s failing rivals. Photo: Associated Press
Today on POPSUGAR Live!, we’re reporting from SXSW on location in Austin, TX! We caught up with some of the biggest names from Game of Thrones, who filled us in on what to expect from their characters in season four and shared tales of some of their craziest fan experiences. Plus, back in LA, we [...]
Various reports have indicated that Google may be discontinuing the Nexus 7 tablet line this year , in favor of a new 8-inch Nexus 8 tablet that could be launched alongside Android 4.5 at some point this summer . While this device and its launch are far from being confirmed by Google, AndroidPit speculates that [...]
We’ve watched little Arya Stark grow up into a fierce young warrior over the last few years on Game of Thrones. As a new season approaches, you can expect big changes for the character. We caught up with Maisie Williams at SXSW, where the actress told us what it’s like growing up in front of [...]
Masayoshi Son, the Japanese telecom magnate whose Softbank company acquired Sprint last year, is trying to justify acquiring T-Mobile by painting a specter of a second-rate American wireless market with the claims that consumers have terrible service and are paying too much. His claims are simply fanciful, but even if they were true there is [...]
Three Arab nations have banned Russell Crowe’s film, “Noah,” citing religious grounds. John Russell reports.
If you’re unfamiliar with Apple’s Loyalty Program, we’ll forgive you. It’s not all that well publicized and for pretty good reason. It only kicks in if you’re the kind of person that spends more than $5,000 in a 12 month period with Apple. That kind of ‘person’ is typically easier to define as an organization [...]
Setting movies in ancient Rome is pretty commonplace in film history, but Gladiator re-defined the practice as a science (for multiple reasons). First, Ridley Scott’s Oscar-winning epic recreated the famed Coliseum in grand fashion. Filmmakers took a small-scale version and, through the magic of the movies, made it into something that would easily rival what [...]
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow was not a huge hit by any stretch of the imagination, but it was the first movie to be shot entirely with a blue screen. In fact, had it not been, the film probably wouldn’t have been made — as the plot focused on giant robots roaming the [...]
With the much-hyped game set to be released on Tuesday, it looks like Microsoft may need “Halo”-levels of success to help sell more consoles.
Monday night on the series premiere of “Heirs to the Dare,” legendary Harley-riding daredevil Bubba Blackwell attempted an extraordinary jump. Normally, Bubba might jump over trucks or buses, but his time he chose helicopters – with the blades spinning! A large crowd gathered to watch the potential carnage, knowing full well that if Bubba didn’t [...]
An abandoned “ghost” ship in the Ohio River has quite the backstory. Originally named The Celt back in 1902, the ship has been part of two World Wars, chauffeured tourists in NYC, was used by Thomas Edison and appeared briefly in a famous Madonna video. Now, it’s a creepy destination for adventurous kayakers near Cincinnati. [...]
The distraught relatives of Chinese passengers aboard a missing Malaysian airliner leave Beijing for Kuala Lumpur, as the search for any sign of the aircraft continues. Vanessa Johnston reports.
After seven years away from the game, Bonds caught attention for his weight, views on the HoF and claims he’s a changed man.
General Motors said it has hired Anton Valukas, who led an investigation of the Lehman Bros. bankruptcy, to review the auto maker’s handling of safety defects tied to 13 deaths and the recall of 1.6 million vehicles. Jeff Bennett reports.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden tells South by Southwest Interactive Festival that the public must fight against unconstitutional global surveillance. Nathan Frandino reports.