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More than 247,000 attempts were made to view pornographic material on the British parliament's network last year.
The man is seated and has his hands handcuffed behind his back and opens his mouth like a circus animal, apparently at the Sarasota officer's command.
GOP House lawmakers grilled Secretary John Kerry and other members of the Obama administration over the Iran nuclear deal on Tuesday.
Nike will give partial refunds or gift cards to people who bought FuelBand fitness trackers, ending a lawsuit challenging the accuracy of the device.
President Barack Obama joking that he thought he was "pretty good" at his job and could win a third White House term.
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Google has halted its pursuit of making Google+ a rival to Facebook, even admitting that the social service was a little 'confusing.'
The mothers of two 14-year-old boys who have gone missing off the coast of Florida believe their skills at sea will mean their safe return.
President Obama rebuked African leaders about rights and democracy, saying those who did not step aside at the end of their terms risked "strife."
The Arizona Cardinals have hired the first female coach in National Football League history, the team announced Monday.
Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann contacted Australian officials after a fair-haired child's body was found in a suitcase.
Controversial new comments by a Donald Trump organization lawyer are dominating talk in the GOP race.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said FIFA boss Sepp Blatter deserves a Nobel Prize for his running of the scandal-hit soccer body.
"We need to use strong words when people make strong threats," the former Arkansas governor said Tuesday.
North Korea would never enter Iran-style talks and its nuclear arsenal is "not a plaything" to be haggled over, its ambassador to China said.
One of Moammar Gadhafi's sons was sentenced to death on Tuesday over killings during the country's 2011 uprising.
Man-made caves in the old city of Bamiyan in Afghanistan provide welcome abode for destitute Afghan families.
Less than two weeks before he allegedly opened fire in a Lafayette movie theater, John Houser was filmed by surveillance cameras checking in at city's Motel 6.