A Morton Salt building wall collapsed, and the Acura dealership next door got the damage.
Here’s a downside to tiny houses that you don’t necessarily think about: They can be stolen.
The importance of the college football kicker.
Massachusetts’s Registry of Motor Vehicles is allegedly doing the bidding of insurance companies.
Sweet! All hope is not lost! Scientists have discovered the first new anti-biotic in 30 years.
I know it’s wrong (racist, sexist, a mark of privilege, etc.) to tell people how they should or shouldn’t protest, but… seriously.
France’s 75% tax has bitten the dust.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has an insanely complicated system of government. Indicative, perhaps, of a nation that should not be a nation. Or, at least, a degree of (con)federalism that makes them almost independent of one another. Of course, for some, the only fair thing to do is let the Bosnians (or Bosnians and Croats) tell the Serbs what to do because majority.
Full-blown LibreOffice may be coming to Android, if they can just slip the app by 4mb.
The Dish Network is giving cord-cutters live sports, as well as other channels.
Jacob Canfield argues that there is nothing wrong with criticizing Charlie Hebdo for running the pieces that precipitated the bombing (and for being “racist assholes.” I don’t know about wrong, but after what happened, I consider it beside the point. And of course you have the right to criticize them (we won’t bomb your house), but Canfield’s free speech doesn’t mean freedom from criticism, either.
Razib Khan explains that taboos against blasphemy aren’t crazy. They’re normal.
Good news, says Russell Saunders, your kids can get screen time!
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