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Tech Today: Google Streams ‘The Interview,’ Cheers for Intel, CAMP Plunges

Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: The Nasdaq Composite Index is up 0.4% at 4,785.03 in today’s amended trading session, with U.S. markets closing at 1 pm. Happy holidays everyone. In the ongoing fallout of Sony’s (SNE) decision to withdraw the satyrical film “The Interview” from theaters, after threats [...]

Tech Today: Sony Reaches the Small Screen, Cheers for Intel, CAMP Plunges

Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: The Nasdaq Composite Index is up 0.4% at 4,785.03 in today’s amended trading session, with U.S. markets closing at 1 pm. Happy holidays everyone. In the ongoing fallout of Sony’s (SNE) decision to withdraw the satyrical film “The Interview” from theaters, after threats [...]

Marcus Lemonis: Entrepreneurship and Marriage Is a Tough Balance

17 hours agoTechnology : The Goods

Marcus Lemonis, CEO of Camping World, says "a good chunk of relationships fall apart" when one person becomes an entrepreneur.

Angelina Jolie Dieted to Support Unbroken Actors

Angelina Jolie's film Unbroken is about Louis Zamperini, the former Olympic athlete who first spent 47 days drifting in the ocean during World War II, then two years in a Japanese POW camp—so, needless to say, lead actor Jack O'Connell and others portraying inmates at the camp had to...

After Three Years, Turner Shuts Down Its Media Camp Accelerator Program

Nearly three years ago at SXSW, Turner’s Media Camp accelerator launched with an ambitious plan to help startups focused on changing the media world. After investing in and leading 27 companies through its 12-week accelerator program, however, the company is shutting down Media Camp and its associated Emerging Technology team. Read More

The 10 Most Defining Moments from NASCAR in 2014

The 2014 NASCAR season—including all three major series, Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Trucks—was one that covered a range of emotions, from drama to excitement, hugs to punches and cheering to crying. There was the highest...Show More Summary

Ronaldo and Pepe Make Playful Fun of James After He Makes Mistake in Training

Real Madrid have won 21 games in a row, so it is no surprise that things seem happy and jokey in the camp. Cristiano Ronaldo and Pepe certainly looked to be enjoying themselves during training for Saturday's FIFA Club World Cup final...Show More Summary

Liveblogging World War II: December 19, 1944: Siege of Bastogne

Wikipedia: [Siege of Bastogne](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Bastogne#Battle): >The 101st [Airborne Division] left Camp Mourmelon on the afternoon of 18 December, with the order of march the division artillery, division trains, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR), 506th PIR, 502nd PIR, and 327th Glider Infantry. Show More Summary

Darrell Wallace to drive for Roush in Xfinity Series in 2015

Roush Fenway Racing has found a fourth Xfinity Series driver for 2015. The team announced Thursday that Darrell Wallace would drive the No. 6 car in the former Nationwide Series in 2015. Wallace, 21, won four Camping World Truck Series races in 2014 while driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports. Show More Summary

Pope Francis Now Set on Closing Gitmo Prison Camp

On Wednesday Barack Obama thanked Pope Francis for assisting the administration to broker an agreement to normalize relations between the US and Cuba. Pope Francis is now set on closing Gitmo. World Net Daily reported: Having helped broker the agreement … Continue reading ?

A Brazilian lawyer sues Neymar for joining Barcelona for £6600. Claims he was cheated

Neymar is being sued in Brazil by a local lawyer and Santos fan for the manner in with the star joined FC Barcelona in 2011. Neymar’s transfer to the Camp Nou was agreed just before Santos played FC Barcelona in the Club World Cup final in Japan, and now lifelong Santos supporter Luciano Pereira Caparroz […]

Physicians: “Anal feeding” of prisoners is sexual assault, has no medical use

last weekOdd : Boing Boing

U.S. Army Military Police escort a detainee to his cell during in-processing to the temporary detention facility at Camp X-Ray in Naval Base Guantanamo Bay (Reuters) What a sad world we live in, when a coalition of medical professionals...Show More Summary

The Tattooed Heart!

I guess it's been a while since we delved into the horrors of wartime atrocities, and of course any tale concerning nazi concentration camps is bound to be extra horrific. But fret not, this journey down a very dark chapter of world history actually has a light at the end of it, as you will soon see. Show More Summary

Marcus Lemonis: Why I Constantly Reinvent Myself

Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis explains why he's always trying new things.

WWII interrogators say there was no need for torture

P.O. Box 1142 wasn't a place to pick up mail, but rather a secret camp outside of Washington D.C. where the U.S. military interrogated high-ranking Nazis during World War II. Interrogators there did not use torture, researchers say, but rather attempted to gain trust by making the prisoners feel comfortable. Show More Summary

Silicon Valley's Biggest Homeless Camp Has Been Broken Up, And The Photos Are Devastating

Though Silicon Valley is home to some of the wealthiest people in the world, the area also has one of the worst levels of income disparity in the country. According to the latest data from the US Department of Housing, Santa Clara County has the highest percentage of homelessness in all of America. Show More Summary

France to pay $60 million to US for Nazi rail deportations

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

France has agreed to pay the United States $60 million to compensate Americans and some others deported to Nazi death camps on French trains during World War II, diplomats said Friday. The agreement, which has been at least two years in the making, should now open the way to allow French rail firm...

France to Pay Holocaust Survivors Sent to Camps in French Trains

During World War II, France's state rail company transported about 76,000 Jewish prisoners to Nazi camps. Today, those who survived and made it to the US and other countries are getting some payback from the French government, reports the Wall Street Journal. France has agreed to set up a...

Anthony Davis Got Scary Good, And The NBA World Wasn't Ready For It

Over the summer NBA MVP Kevin Durant raved about Anthony Davis at a Team USA camp in Las Vegas. "I know how good he is now, but I know how good he’s going to be. He’s an MVP-caliber player. So he’s next. He’s next in line," said Durant. Show More Summary

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