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Is ‘Not Safe For Work’ Safe For America?

Sticks and stones may break your bones but, as some University of Oregon campus cops learned recently, names can prompt a lawsuit.

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OITNB: Lorna & Nicky’s Heartbreaker

Natasha Lyonne and Yael Stone on the ‘Orange Is the New Black’ scene that made us cry: Nichols and Morello’s tender moment on the staircase.

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World Cup: Cameroon v Brazil

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Preview followed by live coverage of Monday’s World Cup game between Cameroon and Brazil.

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What Will Happen in Season 5 of Game of Thrones?

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WARNING: Major spoilers for events in George R.R. Martin’s book series and informed speculation about possible plot points in season five of Game of Thrones to follow, although we have kept them vague and teaser-y so as not to ruin any enormous surprises. But just to be safe, do not click through … More »

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Third video jihadist from Aberdeen

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A third British man in a recruitment video for the Islamic militant group, Isis, is from Aberdeen, the BBC learns.

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Google Glass eyewear on sale in UK

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Google is putting its Android-powered Glass eyewear on sale in the UK, making it only the second country to get the kit after the US.

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How the Shia world is warily watching Iraq’s ‘sickness’

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Closer to the heartland of the global community of Shiite Muslims, emotions are taking on more of an angry tone

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