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Big Ukulele Gathering in Los Angeles Fails to Break Record

45 minutes agoNews : NewsFeed

A county in southern England holds the current record

How Will Early Loss in Monte Carlo Impact Roger Federer?

Another year, another title-less trip to Monte Carlo for Roger Federer. The Swiss was out of sorts during his third-round loss to Gael Monfils, failing to find consistency with his groundstrokes or resolve during big points. Double-faults,...Show More Summary

NYS officials fail to close loophole allowing big donations

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

State election officials failed to close legal loophole that’s allowed donors to pour millions of dollars into New York political campaigns.

3 Inventors Who Grew to Regret Their Famous Inventions

Innovation and progress are wonderful things for society, but those inventors who fail to see the big picture can sometimes find themselves remembered in a less-than-favorable light by the history books. The post 3 Inventors Who Grew to Regret Their Famous Inventions appeared first on

GE points way for ‘too big to fail’ peers

By James Saft (Reuters) – If shedding its financing arm did wonders for General Electric’s stock price, maybe too-big-to-fail bank peers like Citibank and JP Morgan should consider similar moves. Not that banks will become industrials, but rather the biggest banks might get a better valuation on their earnings by becoming smaller, simpler, easier to […]

First 100 Days of Congress Reveal McConnell's Big Polluter Agenda

Wednesday marks the 100th day of Congress. This milestone is traditionally used to assess the new leadership, and by all measures of public health and the environment, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is failing miserably. He has...Show More Summary

Transplanting Sibling Love

For his entire life, radio host James Rabe has known that one day he’d need a new kidney. A disease called Alport Syndrome slowly caused his kidneys to fail. As his condition advanced, the search for a new organ began. His big sister stepped up and gave part of herself so her little brother could […]

An Example of How Dodd-Frank Is Working

A few weeks ago I wrote about an article in Bloomberg Business that suggested the "too big to fail" banks were shrinking as a result of the regulations contained in...

Meerkat is ready to begin its second act — but first, it has to escape startup purgatory

Meerkat currently finds itself stuck in startup purgatory — a place where a company will either grow after its initial public exposure, or be relegated to the dustbin of failed contenders for the crown of next big thing. This week, the...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) GroupM's Norman: Facebook Lags Twitter For Video Advertisers

AUSTIN - Facebook wants to make a big splash in the world of video advertising. But failings in its offering mean it still has a way to go, according to a leading ad agency boss. "The advertiser is competing with the regular newsfeed...Show More Summary

Kansas Invents New Name For Abortion Procedure, Then Bans It Because It Sounds Icky

Sure, Kansas is going right down the toilet because Gov. Sam Brownback’s magic tax cuts have failed to fix the state’s big ol’ budget hole. But that doesn’t mean Gov. Blows A Lot couldn’t find time this week to sign a shiny new anti-abortion bill into law. Show More Summary

The Three Ways to Look for Exotic Physics

The big physics story over the weekend was the re-start of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the world's largest and highest-energy particle accelerator. It was initially started in 2008, but some key circuits failed shortly after it was switched on. A relatively quick patch job allowed it to operate [...]

Yankees fan tries to throw back home run ball, pegs someone instead

The Yankees got off to a rough start on Opening Day, quickly falling down 5-0 to the Blue Jays on an Edwin Encarnacion home run. Those struggles extend to the crowd: Yankees fan tried to throw HR ball back and FAILS big time. —...Show More Summary

John Calipari Shows Love for His Team on Twitter After Final Four Loss

While some in Big Blue Nation may consider this season a disappointment because Kentucky failed to win a championship, Wildcats coach John Calipari wants fans to appreciate what they witnessed out of the team during its near-historic run. Kentucky entered its Final Four showdown against Wisconsin with a perfect 38-0 record. Show More Summary

Marco Reus celebrated a free-kick v Bayern, but then Manuel Neuer shut him down [Fan Cam Vine]

Big Borussia Dortmund fan Sandra Goldschmidt was at the Signal Iduna Park on Saturday, as she watched her side lose 1-0 to Bayern Munich. The match was a big let-down for Dortmund, who failed to threaten the Munich goal for the majority of the game. Dortmund’s best chance to find the target came when Marco […]

Are US Aircraft Carriers About to Become Obsolete?

James Hasik Security, Aircraft carriers may be too big too fail... Ever since I was a midshipman—way back under a Navy Secretary named Lehman—pundits, analysts, and strategists have been wondering whether the US Navy’s supercarriers are too big. Show More Summary

Gawker Sailor Rescued After 66 Days Lost at Sea | Jalopnik Boeing's Big Attack Chopper In A Tiny Pac

Gawker Sailor Rescued After 66 Days Lost at Sea | Jalopnik Boeing's Big Attack Chopper In A Tiny Package Is Heading To Saudi Arabia | Kotaku 'Jackie Chan' Translation Fails Are the Best Translation Fails | Lifehacker When Low Calorie Foods Actually Screw Your Diet | Read more...

Nebula, OpenStack, Appliances, And Market Sizing

Despite significant investment and association with some big names, Nebula failed in its attempt to sell a hardware-based OpenStack solution. The company shut down on 1 April 2015.

Bernie Sanders: 'Banks are too big to fail, their CEOs are too big to jail'

Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) is fed up with the state of the country. In his words, "banks are too big to fail [and] their CEO's are too big to jail." He says he's fed up with the fact that the wealthiest 14 people in America saw their wealth increase by $157 billion in two years, while 45 million Americans continue to languish in poverty. Show More Summary

After blast, San Bruno wants big PG&E fine, tougher safety measures

City of San Bruno officials are supporting a proposed, record-high fine against Pacific Gas & Electric Co. but are complaining that the punishment for a fatal pipeline blast in 2010 fails to ensure the utility would act safely in the future.

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