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They drew his blood, put tubes down his throat and wiped up his diarrhea. They analyzed his urine and wiped saliva from his lips, even after he had lost consciousness.
Korean chat app vows to protect user privacy
Popular South Korean messaging app Kakao Talk said Monday it will stop fully cooperating with authorities seeking to access private messages as part of a government crackdown...
McDonald's invites icky questions about its food
McDonald's wants to explain why its burgers may not rot and that there are no worms in its beef. The world's biggest hamburger chain is confronting unappetizing questions as...
Romney legacy expands to brain diseases
Their legacy already established in politics, Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann, are working to leave a lasting mark on neuroscience. Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital on...
Back to reality for Dems as House chances fade
[In the pretend gang war in Washington DC, Blues against Reds, the Democrats pretend to lose, Republicans pretend to win, and sometimes they actually do win, all to maintain our farcical two-party system, which does all it can to prevent a third party. A third party would actually provide a real choice, an option, and the end of the fake system we live under.] Democrats' high hopes of mitigating House losses in a rough election year have been dashed by reality. The question now is not whether Republicans hold the House -- that's a...
Police: More than 50 arrested in Ferguson protests
Pounding rain and tornado watches didn't deter hundreds of protesters Monday outside Ferguson police headquarters, where they stayed for almost four hours to mark how long...
Sleepy Guyana wrestles with high rate of suicides
The young man responds all too easily when asked whether he knows anyone who has committed suicide in his village, a sleepy cluster of homes and rum shops surrounded by vast...
Virtual meets Reality, blurring work and play: Augmentations bring virtual monsters and heroines to life on city streets, even our own backyard. But A-R is moving beyond.