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Won for The Land: How LeBron bore the weight of a city
IT WAS LATE , but apparently not too late. The Cleveland Cavaliers had lost the first two games of the NBA Finals by a combined 48 points. The Golden State Warriors were dominating every phase of the game. And LeBron James was looking for something, for anything, he could say to his teammates to
Alvin Toffler, Author of 'Future Shock,' Dead at 87
Alvin Toffler, author of "Future Shock," died at age 87. Toffler, who collaborated on much of his work with his wife Heidi, was one of the world's most famous "futurists."
The Newscasters Who Have Made the Most Cameos in Movies
Here's a look at the newscasters who have made the most cameos in movies and television dramas
Kanye West on 'Ellen': What We Learned From His Rant
Kanye West has done it again. During an interview on Ellen DeGeneres' talk show, the rapper delivered an eight-minute monologue about his upbringing, his dreams and why he acts the way he does. And while much has been said about the rapper's at times outlandish outbursts, this particular speech was
The Note: Last Night in New York
NOTABLES --HOW TRUMP AND CLINTON WON: Hillary Clinton ’s resume, her position on gun policy, her support from women and New York Democrats’ racial and ethnic diversity all boosted her to victory in the state’s presidential primary, while Donald Trump’s home-state advantage gave him record margins
Apple at 40: What Steve Jobs Said About Computers in 1981
Here's a #FallbackFriday that brings a rush of nostalgia on Apple 's 40th anniversary. Steve Jobs and writer David Burnham debated computers on "Nightline" in 1981 where both men discussed potential privacy concerns raised by the personal computing revolution. "I think one of the things you really
Apple at 40: People, Products and Moments That Shaped the Company
Happy Birthday, Apple! On April 1, 1976 -- 40 years ago today -- Steve Jobs , Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne formed Apple Computer , a company that would one day transcend computers -- changing the way we communicate, create and connect, and even reshaping the foundation of the recording industry.
What's New for Netflix and iTunes in April
Spring is here, and so is a new slew of releases from Netflix and iTunes. Titles spanning the cinematic spectrum, from "The Princess Bride" to "The Shawshank Redemption," will be released on Netflix, while iTunes will stream the likes of " Star Wars : The Force Awakens" and "Ride Along 2." For a
Why Apple Is Right to Protect Your Privacy
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs understood what people wanted. His insistence on making hard things easier — for instance, using a personal computer — was an essential part of the Apple success story. Apple CEO Tim Cook has been doing the same thing — but now the “hard thing” is privacy and encryption.