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What Happens to Your Facebook After You Die?

What Happens to Your Facebook After You Die?

What happens when one of Facebook’s 1.39 billion monthly active users dies? If you live in the United Kingdom, you can appoint an heir to it. The social network is…

Fatherhood Leads to Weight Gain, New Study Finds

Fatherhood Leads to Weight Gain, New Study Finds

If you’re a new dad, you might want to get a new fitness plan. A recent study has found that the “dad bod” is real, and it’s coming for you.…

Tennessee Gets Heat for Sexist Anti-DUI Campaign

Tennessee Gets Heat for Sexist Anti-DUI Campaign

According to a recent story from USA Today, Tennessee is gaining negative attention after a highly controversial anti-DUI campaign was pulled for sexist overtones. The campaign involved a serious of…

The U.S. SEC Is Investigating FIFA For Bribery

The U.S. SEC Is Investigating FIFA For Bribery

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s enforcement division has been on fire as of late, having brought 755 cases and collected an agency record $4.1 billion in 2014. Now, it’s looking…

Study Reveals Most Visible Google Advertisers

Study Reveals Most Visible Google Advertisers

Amazon dominates Google AdWords’ pay per click advertising, while eBay is the most visible on Google Shopping’s Product Listing Ads, new analysis has found. Search engine optimization company Searchmetrics looked…

28 Million Baby Boomers Are Expected To Develop Alzheimer’s by 2050

28 Million Baby Boomers Are Expected To Develop Alzheimer’s by 2050

Millennials can brag about dominating the workforce now, but Baby Boomers are starting to dominate the retirement homes — and if the most recent statistics about Alzheimer’s are of any…

A Computer Can Now Attempt to Emotionally Sing 90s Power Ballads

A Computer Can Now Attempt to Emotionally Sing 90s Power Ballads

Sci-Fi novelist Philip K. Dick asked Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? back in 1968, and now, a performance artist has asked “What do machines sing of?” After all, computers…

Zimbabwe Police Hunting Down Man Who Beheaded Famous Lion Cecil

Zimbabwe Police Hunting Down Man Who Beheaded Famous Lion Cecil

Not for the first time, international outrage has followed the exploits of an American tourist hunting big game on African safaris. This July, authorities in Zimbabwe announced they were hunting…

110 Mile Long Migrant Fence Nearly Complete in Hungary

110 Mile Long Migrant Fence Nearly Complete in Hungary

While 80 to 90% of U.S. fence applications are for privacy fences, Hungary is taking its privacy very seriously. According to a recent report from Mashable, Hungary has almost completed…

NY Prison Escapee Planned to Mimic Shawshank Prison Break

NY Prison Escapee Planned to Mimic Shawshank Prison Break

New details continue to emerge from last month’s prison break during which two convicted killers escaped from an Upstate New York prison — and the details sound more like the…

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