Ditch Day showcases Caltech's playfulness The Pasadena Star-News PASADENA >> Caltech's Ditch Day games started early in May gray and ended with a cannon explosion to announce the “death” of 234 seniors who on Friday became “ghosts” of the 124-year-old institution. Each year when the puzzle games end, ...
In death, as in life, B.B. King drew fans to his side in Las Vegas. A funeral home manager says more than 1,000 people streamed past the guitar-flanked casket of the King of the Blues during a four-hour public viewing Friday. King died May 14 at home in Las Vegas.
It's known as the choking game and involves youth asphyxiating each other for a temporary drug-free high. Kerri Workman understands the perils all too well. Workman, along with her husband Malcolm Eyjolfson, didn't even know what the choking game was.
A 10-square-mile oil (25.9-square kilometre) slick off the coast of California is thinner than a coat of paint and it's becoming harder to skim from choppy waters, officials said Friday as more dead animals were discovered on the Santa Barbara coast. Federal regulators ordered Plains All American Pipeline to drain the pipe that leaked, test the metal in the damaged section of pipe, and complete a series of steps before it can ask to resume pumping oil through the pipe to inland refineries. "Before restarting operations, we're going to make sure they do things right," said Linda Daugherty of the federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.
PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) — The operator of a popular adult dating website said Friday it's investigating a data security breach following reports that hackers stole names, email addresses and information about the sexual orientation or habits of up to 4 million members.
The operator of a popular adult dating website said Friday it's investigating a potential security breach, following reports that hackers stole names, email addresses and information about the sexual preferences ...
9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman has been all over iOS 9 leaks this week and he’s back with a new report today that outlines more features the new software will deliver. In the preface to his article, Gurman makes clear that this is not going to be the most exciting iOS release. In fact, he says that Apple is putting most of its work into adding stability improvements for the platform, which went through several less-than-stellar releases with iOS 7 and iOS 8. That said, he did highlight three features we can expect to see at WWDC this year. DON’T MISS: Former Android diehard ‘never looking back’ after switch to iPhone 6 – find out why The first feature is something called Rootless