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Archive for December 22nd, 2013
A New Jersey startup is trying to shake up the pinball machine monopoly, but with decreased demand for the games, it's unclear whether the industry is big enough for two.
Acquiring a work means preserving it for years to come — and digital media like video games present a host of challenges for preservationists.
More than 240 people have left Germany to join the civil war in Syria — the largest reported number from a European country.
On busy pre-Christmas weekend at the box office, "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" held off a very different sequel, "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues."
Mikhail Khodorkovsky's imprisonment was widely seen as the Kremlin's attempt to silence his opposition. During a press conference, Khodorkovsky added that he did not have political ambitions.
Chase Bank is keeping more than a third of its branches open Sunday after a security breach at Target raised concerns among their customers. Several other large banks say they, too, are remaining vigilant this weekend.
The 260-acre track that hosted Seabiscuit and the first Breeders' Cup in 1984 will be turned into a housing and retail development starting next year.
Los Angeles police say a gunman suspected of killing a man and critically wounding a woman in the San Fernando Valley is an Iraq war veteran who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder.
It's not just lack of quality or freshness that can put a damper on your in-flight meal: Our senses are scrambled at high altitudes. Those sweet and salty sensors might be off as much as 30 percent while in flight.
Bronfman, the first representative of a Jewish organization to speak before the U.N., was also responsible for expanding Seagrams, which he inherited from his father.
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