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  • 2012 Beetle: new design showcased at Volkswagen show

    2012 Beetle: new design showcased at Volkswagen show

    2012 Beetle makes its debut in New York. Traditionalists miss its huggable curves but others are excited about an updated interior and more powerful, fuel efficient engine.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 04/15

    People throw vermillion powder on one another to celebrate the Nepali New Year, also known as 'Sindoor Jatra' at Thimi, near Kathmandu.

  • Dancing with the Stars results: Not so sweet for Sugar Ray Leonard

    Dancing with the Stars results: Not so sweet for Sugar Ray Leonard

    Dancing with the Stars recap: In the third round of DWTS eliminations, Sugar Ray Leonard and his partner Anna Trebunskaya, were America's least favorite couple on DWTS..

  • Epsilon security breach: 5 signs it's only the tip of the iceberg

    Epsilon security breach: 5 signs it's only the tip of the iceberg

    Targeted attacks are the trend in cyberspace. Six months ago, the world's first cyber superweapon – Stuxnet – was discovered to be targeting Iran's nuclear facilities. This week millions of e-mail addresses were reported stolen from Epsilon, a firm that supplies e-mail marketing to BestBuy, Disney, and many others. The two highlight a trend toward precision among those that create malicious software. Epsilon's information will help hackers craft very specific "phishing" e-mails that are far more subtle, experts say. Here are five emerging targets for precision attacks:

  • Bad times at the box office: Is it competition, the economy, or bad films?

    Bad times at the box office: Is it competition, the economy, or bad films?

    Box office revenues are down 20 percent for the first quarter of 2011. While it is fair to blame the bad economy and abundance of alternatives, some good movies could turn things around.

  • Potiche: movie review

    Potiche: movie review

    Catherine Deneuve charms in the French comedy ‘Potiche,’ a tale of a trophy wife who becomes a gifted leader.

  • American Idol Top 12: Downloads to help Japan

    American Idol Top 12: Downloads to help Japan

    American Idol announced Wednesday that they will contribute to the relief efforts in Japan. Meanwhile, American Idol contestants Haley Reinhart, Naima Adedapo, and Thia Megia struggled. Will one of them go home tonight?

  • Aflac duck voice: Great quack. Bad tweets.

    Aflac duck voice: Great quack. Bad tweets.

    Aflac duck voice – a.k.a. comedian Gilbert Gottfried – gets fired after tasteless tweets about Japan disaster. Casting to begin for new Aflac duck voice.

  • Stocks drop: Dow below 12000 amid quake concerns

    Stocks drop: Dow below 12000 amid quake concerns

    Stocks fall in US with Dow and S&P 500 dropping about half a percentage point. But drop in stock prices bigger in Europe and much larger in Japan.

  • Stock market sinks, led by utilities

    Stock market sinks, led by utilities

    Stock market falls with Dow dropping more than 100 points in wake of concerns about Japan earthquake. Stock prices in Japan fall more than 6 percent.