Late Linkin Park singer honored with a private service
The life of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington was honored in both private and public memorial services last Saturday, a statement from his label confirmed. According to a release from Warner Brothers Records, more than 500 people attended a private service at South Coast Botanical Garden in
Pamela Anderson Cured of Hepatitis C But Others Wait for Miracle Drug
For Pamela Anderson , a Hepatitis C diagnosis seemed liked a death sentence. “They said I would die in 10 years,” Anderson said. “When someone tells you something like that you kind of act differently subconsciously.” Hepatitis C is a chronic viral infection of the liver that affects an estimated
Burgers & Books: George Stephanopoulos with Atticus Lish
The author reveals how his wife shaped the final version of 'Preparation for the Next Life' and whether he considers himself a writer.
Lizard Squad: Kim Dotcom Plays Christmas Hero After Gaming Attacks
Call it a belated Christmas season miracle. This is a story of an eccentric Internet entrepreneur who singlehandedly may have managed to save gamers around the world -- and the Christmas season -- from a hacking collective known as Lizard Squad. Microsoft's Xbox Live and Sony's PlayStation Network
Guy Fawkes Night and the Famous Mask That Lives on Through Anonymous
Remember, remember the Fifth of November. Even 400 years after his death, British folk hero Guy Fawkes has helped stoke the spirit of protesters with a mask that was popularized in the graphic novel and movie "V for Vendetta" and has since been adopted by the hacktivist group Anonymous. The
Lizard Squad: Who Is the Group Claiming Responsibility for High Profile Hacks?
The Group Has Taken Credit for Hacking the Vatican's Website, and Sony's PlayStation
War Photographer Captures Fallout From Combat at Home, Abroad
“Disco Night Sept 11,” a new book by Red Hook Editions, presents Magnum photographer Peter van Agtmael’s powerful documentation of America’s involvement in the post-9/11 wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. “Disco Nights 9/11″ is one of the first books that simultaneously looks at the effects of...
Teen Disabled by Arthritis Gets Hip Replacement at 20
Abdul Moussadda was an active biker, working a summer job as a waiter and getting ready for his first semester of college, when he got hit with the flu. Two weeks later, at the age of 19, a sore throat and other horrible symptoms set in. "My joints in my fingers, and neck and wrists and knees
Top 10 prospects (NL West)
I've once again expanded my ranking of the top 10 prospects in each organization. The criteria for organizing these lists are the same as ever, but I've included a little more explanation of the state of the system, and discuss any prospects (top 10 and beyond) who might help the major league team