The CEO of Apple said he identifies as gay in an article Thursday for Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
“Because without education, there will never be peace,” the 17-year-old said.
Emma Bond, from Shropshire, was initially told her daughter was unlikely to survive for more than three days.
Two of the women told a newspaper Ghomeshi introduced them to a teddy bear, then turned the bear around and slapped and choked them.
The state’s new Ebola policy came as a Stanford doctor was quarantined, and President Obama took a veiled shot at governors for “hiding under the covers.”
A volcano eruption on Hawaii is slowly oozing 2,100-degree lava toward dozens homes and it cannot be stopped. Here’s a look at all the times people have tried.
Updated: Police arrested forty people during the celebrations that followed the Giants’ World Series win in San Francisco. Two people were shot and two stabbed.
The nurse at the center of the controversy over an Ebola quarantine, told reporters she intends to fight the state of Maine over efforts to keep her isolated.
On the heels of a state Supreme Court decision banning the distribution of abortion-inducing drugs, women are now told to “prepare for other options.”
It’s been two years since Hurricane Sandy ravaged the shores of New Jersey and New York. Here is how Breezy Point, Queens, has rebuilt in the past two years.
A commentary on what scares Americans and what should scare Americans.
Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School told the students they should have known better.
Sir Nicholas Winton has been dubbed “Britain’s Schindler”.
Your coffee table just got a whole heap more awesome.
I know you’re excited about your #FirstPaycheckEver, but it’s making it really easy for people to steal your identity.
This is kind of amazing. H/T Petapixel.
“Totally explains why it makes me puke and make bad decisions.” Don’t panic, it’s not banned in America.
Bonus: A REALLY cute video of a little girl waking up to “Don’t”.
The relief agency used trucks as news conference backdrops and wasted food, according to a ProPublica–NPR investigation. “They weren’t interested in doing mass care; they were interested in the illusion of mass care,” said one worker.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel signs memorandum for 21-day “supervised isolation” for troops returning from West Africa. Maine police monitor Hickox’s residence in Fort Kent. The governor is seeking “legal authority” to enforce her quarantine.
The pair were reportedly married for 55 years.
*face-palms until it gets painful*
It’s a blow for naked ramblers everywhere.
The hackers gained access to computers with unclassified information, the Washington Post reported.
At least 10 people are dead and more than 300 are missing, according to the BBC. The disaster in Badulla district came after monsoon rains.
Shut it down, everyone stop, etc. Thanks to Ladyland.
“He was direct messaging me during the case. It’s weird, isn’t it?”
Sage Sohier’s portraits of the gay community were taken at a time of great fear over the AIDS virus.
Court documents allege the Federal Bureau of Investigation had Caesar’s Palace employees shut off an internet connection so that its agents could dress up as technicians and gain access to several rooms. A professional poker player and an alleged World Cup betting ring.