Stimulating Brain Waves May Boost Creativity And Ease DepressionThe secret to stimulating creativity may be to literally stimulate the brain. In a new study, scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill were able to measurably increase creativity by altering electrical activity in the brain -- a finding that may have significant implications
Apollo 13 astronauts return after deep space crisis in 1970The Apollo 13 astronauts, buoyed by the prayers of millions, and boosted by the technical efforts of thousands, flew to a safe splashdown in the Pacific in this story originally published by the Daily News on April 18, 1970.
Gas pipeline explosion injures at least 14A gas pipeline explosion near Fresno, California, injured at least 14 people and shut down a section of highway for several hours Friday afternoon, the Fresno Fire Department said.
Retired US Marine charged over girlfriend's Panama murderLOS ANGELES: A retired US Marine was charged Friday with murdering his girlfriend, dismembering her body and dumping her remains in a jungle in Panama, the Department of Justice said. Brian Karl Brimager, 37, was indicted by a federal grand jury in San Diego, California on first degree murder charge
Harman gets better of Harbour Town, plays onHILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. — In relatively mild conditions Friday, Harbour Town Golf Links was there for the taking, and Brian Harman took advantage. The Savannah native carded a career-best 6-under-par 65 at the RBC Heritage to tie for 40th at 2 under and advance to the weekend. He also snapped a
USS Iowa explosion anniversary to be marked Sunday in NorfolkNORFOLK, Va. (SBG) The U.S. Navy will mark Sunday in Norfolk as a dark day in its history. Forty-seven sailors were killed in an explosion on the USS Iowa on April 19, 1989. "The fireball reached over 2,000 degrees," recalls former USS Iowa sailor Eric Warthen, Sr. Warthen, from Baltimore, Md.,
Passenger on Southwest flight in Chicago stabbed for excessive snoringCHICAGO, Illinois (AP/ABC News) - Southwest Airlines says a female passenger aboard a flight from Chicago to New Hampshire was removed from the plane after allegedly stabbing a snoring passenger with a pen. "Imagine being asleep and then being stung by bees and waking up and going, 'Ouch!' the pen
Texas A&M Women's Golf Co-Leads SEC Championship After First RoundHOOVER, Ala.- No. 13 Texas AM sits in a tie atop the leaderboard in the 2015 SEC Women's Golf Championship, posting a 293 (+5) in the first of three rounds. No. 14 Tennessee and No. 17 Vanderbilt are tied with the Aggies for the tournament lead at the Greystone Golf and Country Club.The Aggies' 293
1 killed in crash involving 2 big rigs, several other cars in PacoimaOne person was killed Friday morning in a collision on a freeway off-ramp in Pacoima involving a big rig and three other vehicles, authorities said.The fatality occurred at 6:40 a.m. when the westbound truck exited the 210 Freeway at Foothill Boulevard and slammed into the vehicles on the off-ramp,
Previously sealed document released in Pasadena police shooting of Kendrec McDadePASADENA >> An appeals court Friday reversed its previous decision to seal a court document containing information on the independent report into the 2012 fatal police shooting of Kendrec McDade.
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Mark L is back to tackle the biggest tech rumors of this week! On this week's episode of Rumor Roundup, Mark talks about Sony continuing the recent trend by Android phone makers designing and building flagship Android devices and Apple adding a second port to the rumore
Aussie guide to the NBA playoffsAN Australian could once again lift the Larry O’Brien Trophy with a record five Boomers taking part in the NBA playoffs beginning this weekend.
Man, 72, stabs dog with a knifeA 72-YEAR-OLD man has been charged with animal cruelty after allegedly stabbing a dog with a knife in Seville Grove.
Counter-terrorism raids in MelbourneDEVELOPING: MULTIPLE counter-terrorism raids have occurred across Melbourne this morning amid allegations several attacks were planned.
'Just Got Paid' singer Johnny Kemp dead at 55Danielle HaynesMONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, April 17 (UPI) -- Johnny Kemp, the singer of 1987's "Just Got Paid," was found dead Thursday in Jamaica. He was 55.
Formula One Racing Publishes Human Rights CommitmentFormula One has published a statement committing the sport to respect for human rights as it prepares for one of the more controversial races on the calendar in Bahrain this weekend. An uprising led by the strategic Gulf kingdom's Shi'ite Muslim majority to demand reforms in early 2011 led to a
Fast Track Trade Bill Opens Economic, Political DivisionsU.S. lawmakers agreed on draft legislation this week to give the White House "fast track" authority to negotiate a free trade deal with Pacific nations. If approved, the bill gives lawmakers the authority to set trade objectives, but limits their ability to make changes once agreement is reached. Tr
Tribeca Review: 'Orion: The Man Who Would Be King' is Mysterious and DepressingREAD MORE: Tribeca: Watch Indiewire Talk to Ethan Hawke, Taylor Schilling, Olivia Wilde and More at the Apple Store When Elvis Presley died in 1977, Orion was born. Director Jeanie Finlay's documentary "Orion: The Man Who Would Be King," which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festi
Tribeca Film Festival Matches George Lucas with Stephen Colbert: "I'm gonna tear you a new one, Geor...When Stephen Colbert interviewed George Lucas on stage before a packed Tribeca Film Festival audience Friday afternoon--just as the new "Star Wars" trailer is going viral--it was an event that promised, at worst, an intellectual exchange between two fascinating minds, and at best a sh
Tribeca Review: Powerful 'Among the Believers' Reveals the Origins of Religious ExtremismREAD MORE: The 2015 Indiewire Tribeca Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During Run of Festival Rarely are the origins of extremism obvious to those it affects throughout the world. For Americans, religious extremism is hardly a part of daily life. In Pakistan, however, the
Mortgage deals mean 'now is the time to buy'House prices are set to rise by up to 4.5% over the next few years, figures suggest, but there is good news for first-time buyers as lenders battle it out to offer low mortgage rates. According to the latest survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics), property values are expect
Farage 'disappoints' Bishop of DoverUKIP leader Nigel Farage decides not attend a Thanet South election hustings, leaving the Bishop of Dover 'disappointed'.
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The Championships: Ray's Last SaySATURDAY racing comes to you today from Royal Randwick and Caulfield. Here’s all the last minute tips and info from Ray Thomas.
Two with serious injuries after crashA MAN is fighting for his life after he was thrown from his car when it rolled after a crash with another vehicle.
TERROR RAIDS: Cops say ANZAC Day plot foiledDEVELOPING: POLICE say teenagers planned to attack an ANZAC Day ceremony in Melbourne, targeting police officers. Five people have been arrested.
'It happened so fast': Victim of Driftwood shooting recalls horrorOne of the victims of Thursday's dinner-time shooting that sent five people to hospital says he was outside his home with his friends and family when a dozen shots were fired in their direction.
Obama Jokes About Sampling Italian WineThere was a lighthearted moment about wine between President Barack Obama and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi at their joint press conference Friday at the White House. (April 17)
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Fight Night Adelaide Free Fight: Mark Hunt vs. Stefan StruveDangerous heavyweights Mark "The Super Samoan" Hunt and Stefan Struve stand and bang inside the Octagon at UFC Fight Night in Saitama, Japan. Hunt headlines in Adelaide, Australia against Stipe Miocic at UFC Fight Night Adelaide.
A deadly day in Iraq: Three car bombs in two cities kill at least 30Three car bombs have exploded in separate areas of Iraq, killing at least 30 people.
Islamic militant group ISIL has claimed responsibility for a car bomb detonated outside the US consulate in Erbil, according to the jihadist monitoring group SITE.