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Only if it serves the state: North Korea's online experience
For Kim Jong Un, North Korea's first leader to come of age with the Internet, the idea of a more wired nation is both dangerous and irresistible
Nick Lachey will now root for his wife on 'Dancing With the Stars'
Monday night's episode of " Dancing With the Stars " brought us the "best dance of the season," Shania Twain as a guest judge and the elimination of Nick Lachey and his partner, Peta Murgatroyd . The theme was "A Night at the Movies," and each couple had to create a dance that "conveyed the spirit
Apple reportedly developing non-invasive sugar monitoring for diabetics
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
'Prime Target': Prosecutors Say NSA Contractor Could Flee to Foreign Power
The NSA contractor accused of stealing a gargantuan amount of sensitive and classified data from the U.S. government was studying Russian before he was arrested and would be a "prime target" for foreign spies should he be released on bail, prosecutors argued ahead of a court hearing for Harold
Tesla's Future May Include Launching Uber-Like Service , Market Guru Says
One of the cooler scenes from the 2004 movie "I, Robot" is when Will Smith ’s character is barreling down the highway alone in a self-driving car. In the driver’s seat -- if it can be called that -- he is reviewing documents, paying little attention to what is going on around him. It’s a vision of
ATMs That Scan Your Eyeballs for Cash Being Tested in U.S.
Forget the ATM card. A company is currently testing ATMs that allow customers to withdraw cash by simply scanning their irises. Diebold, based in North Canton, Ohio, is behind the iris-scanning biometric technology. The company has teamed up with Citigroup , though the bank doesn't have immediate
Vin Diesel Takes to Instagram to Address Body-Shaming His Own Way
The Hollywood superstar fires back at body-shamers after he received heat himself for photos that were recently posted online.
US Officials Want Dentist Who Admitted to Killing Cecil the Lion to Contact Them 'Immediately'
Walter Palmer, the American dentist who recently admitted to killing Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe , is now being sought by U.S. officials who want him to contact them "immediately." "The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is investigating the circumstances surrounding the killing of 'Cecil the lion the
Summer TV Preview: What to Watch on TV This Summer
There's no need to head to your local multiplex or wait till fall, there's plenty to watch at home with this summer's TV premieres. There are the highly anticipated returning favorites, such as Netflix 's " Orange Is the New Black " and HBO's "True Detective," as well as a slew of new entries,
Self-Driving Car Makes Progress on Cross-Country Expedition
Delphi's driverless car progresses on its historic trip from San Francisco to New York.