Scientists Hope Coral Reef Breeding Will Save Great Barrier Reef Little known fact: coral reefs procreate. And since the number of reefs has been cut in half in the last 30 years thanks to climate change, pollution, and predatory species, coral reefs are procreating like there's no tomorrow. 12/5/2013 - 2:57 am | View Link
UK spies track foreign diplomats 'by monitoring hotel bookings' Britain's electronic eavesdropping service keeps tabs on foreign diplomats by monitoring their hotel bookings, a German magazine reported Sunday citing leaks provided by former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden. News weekly Der Spiegel said that for more than three years, the British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has had a system to watch reservations at at least 350 ... 11/17/2013 - 9:23 am | View Link
Brit spies track diplomats says report According to a German magazine, Britain's electronic eavesdropping service keeps tabs on foreign diplomats. 11/17/2013 - 8:08 am | View Link
British spies tracking foreign diplomats: report BERLIN, Germany- Britain's electronic eavesdropping service keeps tabs on foreign diplomats by monitoring their hotel bookings, a German magazine reported Sunday citing leaks provided by former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden. News weekly Der Spiegel said that for more than three years, the British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has had a system to watch reservations at ... 11/17/2013 - 7:03 am | View Link
The Penguin Announces Playlist for Second Half of October 2013 The new music playlist for the second half of October was recently released. "The Penguin is basically a new music station," explains Gary Wien, Program Director for The Penguin. "And when we say new music, we mean it. Half of the songs we play were ... 10/24/2013 - 9:53 pm | View Link
Love/Hate star Mary Murray: I have no problem stripping off Love/Hate star Mary Murray revealed she has no problem stripping off for her sexy role as brothel madam Janet – as long as her parents don’t watch. Janet has already been making moves on Nidge in the show and Mary thinks Janet will stop at nothing to ... 10/11/2013 - 4:31 pm | View Link
RidicuList: Hello 911 my cable is out and I can't watch Breaking Bad The AC360 Later panel discusses and debates the biggest stories making headlines. Could the show "Breaking Bad" be as addictive as the drug it portrays? When cable service went out in Connecticut, some fans proved they could not do without their ... 08/19/2013 - 1:39 pm | View Link
A lolworthy Youtube lesson: How Animals Eat Their Food Possibly the best dinner guest ever. Or worst. Either one. Nature documentaries are often pretty epic (particularly if David Attenborough is whispering intense things over the top whilst there’s some lions getting jiggy or a zebra legging it for dear ... 04/13/2013 - 4:35 am | View Link
McFly recreate the baby panda sneeze for Earth Hour and it's adorable The cutest bit of phlegm expulsion you may ever see If McFly waving their arses about to the Harlem Shake while dressed in giant panda ... then you NEED to see them recreating the infamous baby panda sneeze video. It's so good we can see Tom Fletcher ... 03/9/2013 - 12:39 am | View Link
The N. C. Department of Transportation says it's adding another boat to the emergency ferry service set up after the Bonner Bridge was closed.
The fuel runs help ensure a constant supply of fuel for Hatteras and Ocracoke Islands, as also allows more room for passenger vehicles on other runs.
U. S. Rep. Mike Quigley says the Silent Skies Act would require aviation companies to phase in quieter planes faster than they're doing.
The Silent Skies Act would require companies to phase in quieter engines at a rate of 25 percent of an airline's fleet every five years.
The Illinois state disciplinary agency for lawyers has filed a complaint against a southern Illinois prosecutor over comments he made during a murder trial for a man whose conviction ultimately was overturned.
The (Carbondale) Southern Illinoisan (http://bit.ly/1d1oBt0) reports the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission seeks a hearing over Williamson County State's Attorney Charles Garnati's use of racially charged language to an all-white jury.
An event being hosted by an upstate historic site will demonstrate how American soldiers hauled dozens of cannon from northern New York to eastern Massachusetts during an epic military expedition in the Revolutionary War.
Fort Ticonderoga is hosting a living history event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday to recreate the start of what was known as Henry Knox's "noble train" of artillery.