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  • Trayvon Martin case shows evolving influence of black community

    The black community – from actors to journalists – has played a crucial role in keeping the Trayvon Martin case in the public spotlight, media analysts say.

  • 10 top etiquette tips for the social-media age

    10 top etiquette tips for the social-media age

    How do you defriend your ex? Is it okay to ask someone out by text message? In his book 'Social Q's,' New York Times social etiquette columnist Philip Galanes offers solutions to some of the peculiar quandries of our age.

  • Obama eyes a booming Indonesia to create jobs in the US

    Obama eyes a booming Indonesia to create jobs in the US

    President Barack Obama was in Bali today, where Boeing and an Indonesian airline signed a $21 billion contract that the US hopes will boost American business via Indonesia's growing economy.

  • National Coffee Day: where to find free coffee

    National Coffee Day: where to find free coffee

    National Coffee Day features several chains offering the beverage for free. If you miss National Coffee Day, other stores are offering coupon deals.

  • 'Flash mob' crimes: How good are police at tracking down culprits?

    'Flash mob' crimes: How good are police at tracking down culprits?

    While the ability to track 'flash mob' lawbreakers on Twitter and other social media platforms offers a powerful, futuristic vision for policing, real-life police response has so far been more Sherlock Holmes and less Blade Runner.

  • Free Slurpee day at 7-Eleven

    Saving Money Free Slurpee day at 7-Eleven

    Free Slurpee day marks the convenience store chain's 84th birthday. On free Slurpee day, or "7-Eleven Day," customers get 7.11 ounces of the frozen, carbonated, sugary treat for free.

  • Data theft: Top 5 most expensive data breaches

    Data theft: Top 5 most expensive data breaches

    Data theft is off to a troubling start this year, with two massive breaches occurring in March and April. Hackers' success in grabbing millions of records at Epsilon and Sony are just the latest example of increasingly sophisticated attempts to steal sensitive personal information. Here's a list of the five most expensive data theft cases in the United States:

  • BP boycott hurting local gas station owners

    BP boycott hurting local gas station owners

    BP boycott by consumers is hurting local gas retailers. Retailers want BP to lower the price they pay for the company's gasoline.

  • BP live feed doesn't lie: Is BP oil spill plume worse than before?

    BP live feed doesn't lie: Is BP oil spill plume worse than before?

    BP says it's capturing the 'majority' of oil from the Macondo wellhead after placing a 'top cap' siphon on it last week. Yet judging by the size of the plume on the BP live feed, some fear the BP oil spill is even worse after the operation than before.

  • In Pictures Homer Simpson

    A security personnel walks past a wall painted with the cartoon character Homer Simpson and a bubble reading "where is the factory" in downtown Jakarta, Indonesia in February 2008. According to the readers of Entertainment Weekly, Homer Simpson is the single greatest character created for film or television during the past 20 years

 
 
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