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With Internet still spotty, how might North Korea respond?

With Internet still spotty, how might North Korea respond?

 North Koreans' ability to surf the Internet -- for the few in the isolated nation who could ever really go online anyway -- is rockier than ever.
Can Serbia become the new go-to place for Hollywood productions?

Can Serbia become the new go-to place for Hollywood productions?

What do you do if you want to film the iconic story of Phileas Fogg, the intrepid Jules Verne character who takes a bet to prove that a man can circumvent the globe in 80 days?
NASA's plan for an off-world colony: a floating city above Venus

NASA's plan for an off-world colony: a floating city above Venus

Imagine a blimp city floating 30 miles above the scorching surface of Venus -- a home for a team of astronauts studying one of the solar system's most inhospitable planets.
North Korea's Internet back up after disruption

North Korea's Internet back up after disruption

North Korea's Internet was back up Tuesday after a more than nine-hour outage, according to Dyn Research, a company that monitors Internet performance.
Cristiano Ronaldo immortalized in bronze statue outside his personal museum

Cristiano Ronaldo immortalized in bronze statue outside his personal museum

Already boasting a treasure trove of trophies and mementos, the latest addition to Cristiano Ronaldo's own personal museum is a 10-foot bronze statue of the man himself.
North Korea denies Sony hack but warns U.S.: Worse is coming

North Korea denies Sony hack but warns U.S.: Worse is coming

 North Korea is accusing the U.S. government of being behind the making of the movie "The Interview."
Saudi Arabia: We'll never cut oil production

Saudi Arabia: We'll never cut oil production

Saudi Arabia has a tough message for oil producers hurting from the price crash: We'll never cut our output.
Author's journey inside ISIS: They're 'more dangerous than people realize'

Author's journey inside ISIS: They're 'more dangerous than people realize'

Juergen Todenhoefer's journey was a tough one: dangerous, but also eye-opening.
Bono Fast Facts

Bono Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Bono, Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter of the band U2. Personal: Birth date: May 10, 1960 Birth place: Dublin, Ireland Birth name: Paul David Hewson
North Korea and the Sony hack: The war of words escalates

North Korea and the Sony hack: The war of words escalates

The blame game over "The Interview" is intensifying.
North Korea denies Sony hack but warns U.S. : Worse is coming

North Korea denies Sony hack but warns U.S. : Worse is coming

North Korea is accusing the U.S. government of being behind the making of the movie "The Interview."
Winter solstice begins December 21

Winter solstice begins December 21

Sunday marks the “astronomical” official beginning of winter across the globe. For East Texas, winter will begin at 5:03 Central Standard Time. For meteorologists, winter began on December 1st.
N. Korea pitches collaboration with U.S. on Sony cyberattack

N. Korea pitches collaboration with U.S. on Sony cyberattack

North Korea slammed U.S. claims that the regime is responsible for a cyberattack on Sony Pictures -- and then proposed the two countries work together.
Mad about free speech and North Korea? Hack back, says group

Mad about free speech and North Korea? Hack back, says group

 Jo Jin-hye, who escaped North Korea, wanted to watch "The Interview."
'An unspeakable crime' -- 8 children found dead at home in Australia

'An unspeakable crime' -- 8 children found dead at home in Australia

Eight children, the youngest of them only 18 months old, have been found dead at a suburban home in the northeastern Australian city of Cairns in a case that the country's Prime Minister has called "an unspeakable crime."