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Archives for December 2015
"Is someone like Donald Trump really worthy of following in their footsteps," the text of the ad asks. "Is he?"
ESPN anchor Robert Flores isn't shy when it chartph.comes to his opinions about the treatment of NFL stars.
Ted Cruz told supporters that Hillary Clinton is running her presidential campaign as the "condom police."
Plenty of basketball writers are making a joke of Kobe Bryant's dilapidated form as he struggles toward his announced retirement after this season. But one Kobe fan is having none of that. His name is Kevin Durant. Durant -- the 2013 NBA MVP and one ...
Last week, we challenged our Instagram chartph.community to capture beautiful skies in their photos. We saw breathtaking rainy day window shots, silhouette portraits against warm sunsets, starry nights hiding behind thick fog and more. Our guest host was Bri...
Toymaker VTech's poor security practices put customer information -- and the information of children at risk. That's not OK.
Earlier this year, when Microsoft revealed its augmented reality (AR) device called the HoloLens, the demonstrations blew everyone away. Since then (now that more people have had a chance to try it in-person), the hype has died down a bit, but the de...
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"No corner of the planet and no sector of the global economy will remain unaffected by climate change in the years ahead."
Authorities are testing the DNA of human remains found with a burned-out van to see if the bodies are two missing Australian surfers.
Inspired by a recent hugging campaign in Paris, a Kashmiri doctor named Sandeep Mawa stood blindfolded in the heart of the Jammu and Kashmir capital, inviting people to hug him irrespective of their religion.
Samsung appointed a new mobile president at Samsung Electronics for the first time in six years after growth stalled at the world's largest smartphone maker.
A human rights group fears that Turkey will engage in abuses to prevent people from traveling onward to Europe.