Photography by Olivier Boëls (Brasilia, Brazil); Easter Island, Chile
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Edward Snowden accused the NSA and its global counterparts of “setting fire to the future of the Internet” during a videoconference discussion at South by Southwest in Texas on Monday, and he called on the tech community members in the audience to be “the firefighters.”
This sculpture looks very familiar! The larger than life size version of “Going Around by Passing Through" is located outside the Museum of Arts and Design.You never know what you are going to run into when you are at the Armory show!
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Malaysia’s military believes the missing Boeing 777 turned and flew hundreds of miles to the west after it last made contact with civilian air traffic control, a senior military officer told Reuters on Tuesday.
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Photography by Sean Gold (Woburn, MA); Boston, MA
Come into Kylie Minogue’s world as she prepares for her secret gig in London with a M·A·C look to perfectly match her new album Kiss Me Once – sultry, sexy and classic Kylie.
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President Barack Obama said Thursday that there is a “path to de-escalation” for the crisis in Ukraine but that the United States and the international community believes that borders cannot “be redrawn over the heads of democratic leaders.”
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Crimea’s parliament voted to split from Ukraine and join Russia Thursday and its Moscow-backed government set a national referendum on the issue within 10 days.
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Alzheimer’s disease may be killing more than 500,000 people in the U.S. each year, making it possibly the third leading killer behind heart disease and cancer, according to a study that takes a new look at the way the deaths are estimated.