Witches across the country gathered together at midnight on Friday to cast a spell on President Donald Trump seeking to remove him from office.
Political correctness gone wrong can yield surprisingly worrying results. A Swedish library has landed in hot water for freely offering Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf to its readership, while stopping books that question Sweden's established view of immigration. This has evoked troubling hints at censorship in a country that takes pride in its openness.
A major reason for the overall rise in Putin's favorable rating this year is Republicans' more positive views of the Russian leader, from 12% in 2015 to 32% today. This comes at a time when President Donald Trump wants to improve relations with Russia, after somewhat frosty relations between the two countries during Barack Obama's presidency. Independents' opinions of Putin also have grown more positive in the last two years, but to a lesser extent than Republicans'. Democrats' views have become slightly less positive, with just 10% viewing Putin favorably today.
Mr. Marinelli, who said he supported only nonviolent means of opposition, described his presence in Russia as coincidental, and he denied any links to Russian officials. Before the American presidential election, Mr. Marinelli said he saw no harm in taking a year off to teach English in Russia; his movement had been only creeping along anyway, financed with his credit card and run from his home in San Diego.
President Ilham Aliyev announced the promotion of his wife, Mehriban, at a meeting of the Azerbaijan security council on Tuesday, describing her as a “professional, experienced and principled person” as well as a “humanitarian”.
Jamal al-Harith, a Muslim convert born Ronald Fiddler who detonated a car bomb at an Iraqi army base near Mosul, was released from the US detention camp in 2004 and successfully claimed compensation after saying British agents knew or were complicit in his mistreatment.
This spawns more questions than answers.
Japanese photographer Hot.kenobi plays with his action toys and uses photography to tell their entertaining stories. Osaka-based Hot.
Soon there will be no unfiltered internet. Everything will be carefully monitored and filtered by the digital gatekeepers.
Original Apollo 11 guidance computer (AGC) source code for Command Module (Comanche055) and Lunar Module (Luminary099) on GitHub.
Project Veritas released 119 hours of raw audio in a WikiLeaks style dump, with over 100 more hours still yet to be released. The audio was secretly recorded in 2009 by an anonymous source inside CNN's Atlanta headquarters who we are identifying as Miss X. The tapes contain soundbites from current and previous CNN employees Joe Sterling, Arthur Brice, and Nicky Robertson, as well as numerous others. Project Veritas is also offering a $10,000 award for content that exposes media malfeasance.
In comments submitted to a U.S. Copyright Office consultation, Google has given the DMCA a vote of support, despite widespread abuse. Noting that the law allows for innovation and agreements with content creators, Google says that 99.95% of URLs it was asked to take down last month didn't even exist in its search indexes.
A family on Öland began homeschooling their children when their son's health deteriorated from being in school. Now they have to pay 30,000 SEK (3,380 USD) in fines because "it is part of a democratic upbringing" to take part of the "cultural supply" offered in school.
Former Walt Disney sculptor Chuck Williams turned to Kickstarter in order to crowdfund mass production of this truly delightful (and anatomically correct) naked
If you've recently had a kernel update, this is why.
Today, in reading some data, I processed 36,916 potential dates. Two of those 36,916 failed to validate. I wasn't terribly concerned as these dates come from client-supplied data and this data is often, um, surprising. However, when I inspected the raw data, it turns out that those dates were January 1st, 2011 and January 1st, 2007. I had a bug in software I wrote about a month ago, but it turns out that this bug is actually 30 years old.
The bug, which was discovered by IBM researchers back in May, allows attackers to remotely run code and take over a user’s machine after sending them to a malicious website. The exploit is linked to Internet Explorer 3.0 and onward, so all versions of Windows are at risk.
The Denver Sheriff's Department on Tuesday defended its release of an illegal immigrant after he posted bond on theft charges only to be arrested for murder weeks later, saying it had no authority to hold him.
Ever Valles, 19, a Mexican national, was released from the Denver jail in late December. Last week he was charged by state prosecutors, along with another defendant, in the murder and robbery of a man at a light rail station this month.
Internet users will find it harder to search for pirated films and music and illegally streamed live football matches under a new plan to crackdown on piracy websites. Search engine companies Google and Bing have signed up to a voluntary code of practice aimed at preventing users from visiting disreputable content providers.
Riots broke out in a predominantly immigrant neighborhood of Stockholm Monday night, as residents clashed with police officers and set vehicles on fire, Swedish police say. Officers were forced to call in reinforcements when a crowd began to gather in the suburb of Rinkeby during the arrest of a suspect, according to a statement from Stockholm police. Hahahaha! What a fucking embarrassment!
A telephone that belonged to Adolf Hitler sold at auction for $243,000 to an anonymous bidder on Sunday, according to the auction house responsible for its sale.
Simon & Schuster has abruptly canceled publication of Milo Yiannopoulos’ controversial book Dangerous following the surfacing of an old video in which the provocateur defended pederasty, or sex between tween boys and older men.
It's likely you've never heard of mp3toys.xyz since the site has very little traffic. However, thanks to a bungling anti-piracy outfit, the site is now the second most complained about 'pirate' site on the Internet, with Google receiving more than 49 million notices in just over six months.
Kim Dotcom, the founder of content-sharing site Megaupload, can legally be extradited to the US, New Zealand's High Court has ruled.
The USB Killer is a CE & FCC Approved testing device designed to test the surge protection circuitry of electronics to their limits - and beyond.