Samsung working on a Dual Screen smartphone dubbed Project ValleySamsung has been at the forefront of mobile tech, and they really stepped things up this year with the dual-edged Galaxy S6. We know more edge handsets are on the horizon, but Project Valley is said to be something entirely different. It's Samsung's new secret project, and it is going to sp
Former US House Speaker Dennis Hastert IndictedFederal prosecutors have announced bank-related charges against former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert. (May 28)
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Australia has 10 new billionairesAUSTRALIA now has more billionaires than ever before, with 10 joining the club in the past year alone. But which high roller has dropped out of the top five?
Monis lawyers to testify at siege inquestHIGH-PROFILE lawyer Chris Murphy heads a list of legal practitioners who will testify about Man Haron Monis at the Sydney siege inquest.
Accepting immigrants in Croatia just a proposal for now, says FMThe distribution of Syrian and Eritrean refugees from Greece and Italy in every European Union member state is just a proposal for now and far from a final decision, given that many issues are yet to be solved, Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic said...
N.W.T. gov't tells morel pickers to move 500 metres into bushThe Chief of Fort Providence is calling for territorial government monitors after an Alberta picker found himself lost in the bush for over nine hours. Pickers and buyers have been told to relocate 500 metres into the bush by Department of Transportation officials.
Why Are So Many Republicans Running for President?The GOP field may be the largest-ever in either party, with 16 people either formally declared or widely expected to run, here are seven reasons why.
Australia's Richest Woman Loses $3.8B BattleGina Rinehart, dubbed Australia's richest person by Forbes, lost control of a roughly $3.8 billion trust in court on Thursday.
Why do Western women join Islamic State?Western women in the Islamic State are playing a crucial role in disseminating propaganda and are not simply flocking to the region to become a "jihadi bride."
Jailed urban guerrilla urges comrades to take up armsPolice are on standby after the jailed leader of Revolutionary Struggle Nikos Maziotis posted a document on an anti-establishment website late on Wednesday, calling for an armed uprising and the takeover of Greece's Parliament, government ministries and the premises of the Bank of Greece in protest
From the archives: Reviews of John Campbell's first showIn March 2005 Campbell Live debuted on TV3. A fresh faced John Campbell opened with a matey "G'day youse fellas' and made a splash with an investigation into bribery and corruption in Auckland where driver licences could be bought for $400.
FIFA 16 Brings Women's Football TeamsEA has said yesterday that it will be reveal the first bit of news regarding FIFA 16 today and it most certainly has. EA Sports announced today that the upcoming FIFA 16 title is going to include women’s football teams. This announcement comes before the start of the women’s football Wor
Brillo Is Google's Internet Of Things OSWe recently reported that Google is going to unveil a new operating system for the Internet of Things at I/O 2015 and that’s precisely what it has done today, among other things. Brillo is the company’s new operating system for connected devices aimed at making them work together for sma
Federal government taking the tax off tampons, effective July 1After months of pressure to act, the federal government is removing the GST and HST from tampons and other feminine hygiene products, effective July 1, 2015. The Department of Finance announced Thursday in a tax notice that it is removing the goods and services tax (GST) and harmonized sales tax (HS
Beware oil bulls: an indicator you probably overlooked is clearly signalling the pain is not overFour months into oil's rebound from a six-year low, the daily rate for supertankers has spiked to a seven year high — and that should have oil watchers worried
FIFA elections: US Soccer confirm intention to vote AGAINST president Sepp BlatterThe association will instead follow the lead of UEFA's member nations and throw their support behind opposition candidate Prince Ali
Scientists call on Government to fund vaccine for campylobacter after almost three-quarters of super...Scientists are calling on the Government to fund a vaccine for campylobacter after nearly three-quarters of the fresh chickens in supermarkets and butchers were found to be contaminated with the potentially lethal food-poisoning bug.
Newspaper Apologizes For Printing Letter That Suggested Obama Be ExecutedThe Daily Item of Sunbury, Pennsylvania has apologized for printing a letter that suggested President Obama be executed.
All presidents have had their critics, and some detractors have certainly proven to be more verbally aggressive than others.
A letter to the editor published i
Badass Dutch Goose Attacks Drone That Got Too Close To Its NestDon't fly a drone over a goose's nesting area. Just don't. This video from Dutch public broadcaster RTV Noord-Holland shows an irate goose attacking a drone -- and coming back for round two as the camera cuts out. "It's not surprising that the goose would attack the drone," said Geoff LeBaro
Pet-Care Company Owner Kicks Dog On VideoA Chicago man has shut down his pet-care company after a video of him kicking an animal surfaced this week. Jon Steinholt was the owner of Alone At Home Pet Care, a dog-walking and pet-sitting service. On Tuesday, camera footage captured him stepping on the paws of a beagle before kicking the sma
Chris Christie Reverses Position On Common Core, Says He No Longer Supports It In New JerseyNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said Thursday he wants his state to dump the Common Core State Standards, nearly five years after its board of education adopted them. Speaking at Burlington County College in Pemberton, New Jersey, the likely presidential contender said the controversial academ
Cameron Says EU Status Quo 'Not Good Enough'David Cameron has called for "flexible and imaginative" reforms in the European Union during a whistlestop tour of Europe to lobby for changes to the 28-nation bloc.
Man And Woman Arrested Over Terror ClaimsA man and a woman from Berkshire have been arrested on suspicion of preparing for acts of terrorism in the UK.
Deaths After Car Bombs At Top Baghdad HotelsAt least ten people have been killed after car bombs exploded at two luxury hotels popular with Westerners in Baghdad, say police.
The trailer for FIFA's film about FIFA is a feast of dodgy dealsIn case you missed it, FIFA funded a film about FIFA last year. It was a £19 million extravaganza featuring Gérard Depardieu, Sam Neill and Tim Roth as FIFA presidents, the latter playing none other than Don Blatterone himself. See also: FIFA-dominated front pages sum up 'Sepptic' day o
Tracy Morgan to appear on 'Today Show' for first interview since car crashTracy Morgan is heading to the Today show on June 1. The actor, joined by his lawyer, Benedict Morelli, will give his first TV interview to Today's Matt Lauer since sustaining critical injuries in a car crash last year Morgan and some friends were in a limo van on a New Jersey highway last June wh
Google launches Internet of Things platform Project BrilloGoogle announced a new smart home platform called Brillo on stage at its annual Google I/O developers conference on Thursday. The platform is Google's first big move into the Internet of Things space. Google executive Suchar Pichai revealed that the platform is derived from Android and will provide
FIFA scandal day 2: Sepp Blatter clings on but storm shows no sign of abatingLONDON — The storm surrounding FIFA showed no sign of abating Thursday as the world continued watching the organisation's house of cards wobbling in the wind. David Cameron weighed in, Sepp Blatter faced intense questioning over his future at the helm, and the group's presidential election on
Obama holds Twitter Q&A on climate changePresident Obama held a Twitter Q&A on his newly created, and incredibly popular, @POTUS account on Thursday, fielding questions on everything from climate change skeptics to extreme weather becoming a national security issue. See also: Obama visits National Hurricane Center, helps write technic
Watch demonstrators clash with police in London anti-austerity protestLONDON — New footage captured Wednesday shows the tense scenes between protesters and police in London on the opening day of parliament in Westminster. See also: Queen's Speech: More government surveillance, no more income tax "David Cameron has got to go," protesters chanted as they walke
Obama announces new EPA protection of waterwaysThe Obama administration announced a controversial new rule Wednesday that places the Environmental Protection Agency in charge of protecting streams and wetlands.
Bill Clinton: 'I'm officially Ebola-free'Former President Bill Clinton said at a United Nations event Thursday that he underwent Ebola screening from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after a recent visit to Liberia, but that he was never exposed to the deadly virus.
Former US House Speaker Hastert indictedFederal officials have indicted former House Speaker Dennis Hastert for lying to the FBI about $3.5 million he agreed to pay to an undisclosed subject to "cover up past misconduct." The indictment was unsealed in the District Court of Northern Illinoi...
Energy Quote of the Day: Gazprom Brushes Aside FIFA ScandalMajor FIFA sponsors came out with statements of concern after the arrest of officials from the global soccer governing body, national-body officials, and various marketing executives. Visa was particularly strong in calling for "immediate steps" to clean up FIFA. "Should FIFA fail to do so, we have
Watch: Sepp Blatter says he cannot be held responsible at FIFA's 65th CongressFIFA president Sepp Blatter spoke for the first time following Wednesday's arrests and indictments of 14 soccer officials during the opening ceremony of the organization's 65th congress, where they are expected to reelect Blatter as leader of the organization.
Putin classifies Russian troop deaths during peacetime a state secretRussian President Vladimir Putin has classified deaths of Russian troops in peacetime a state secret.
The move comes as Moscow stands accused of sending soldiers to fight in eastern Ukraine.
Putin has repeatedly denied any involvement of Russian troops in the region.