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  • 2014 Pulitzer Prize goes to 'The Goldfinch' by Donna Tartt

    2014 Pulitzer Prize goes to 'The Goldfinch' by Donna Tartt
    Donna Tartt's bestselling novel "The Goldfinch," published by Little, Brown, won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for fiction Monday. On Twitter, the Columbia University School of Journalism, which announces the awards, had a slip of the finger in its...
  • Dutch teen draws arrest, mockery for tweeting threat to American Airlines

    A 14-year-old Dutch girl, whose Twitter message to American Airlines was interpreted as a terrorist threat, has been freed after a brief arrest and confronted with a worldwide barrage of tweets debating whether she was a victim of security excess or an...
  • Turquía dice que Twitter acuerda el cierre de algunas cuentas

    Por Orhan Coskun ESTAMBUL (Reuters) - Twitter cerrará algunas cuentas en Turquía pero por ahora no abrirá una oficina en el país como quiere el Gobierno, dijo un alto funcionario turco el lunes por la noche tras conversaciones sobre una disputa en la...
  • E-cigarette firms targeting young people, lawmakers say

    E-cigarette firms targeting young people, lawmakers say
    WASHINGTON — E-cigarette companies are preying on young consumers by using candy flavors, social media ads and free samples at rock concerts, according to a report released Monday by Democratic legislators. A survey of nine electronic-cigarette...
  • Google buys drone company Facebook reportedly targeted

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. Google bought an aerospace startup that's building high-altitude drones for aerial photography and Internet communications, in the latest indication that tech companies are jockeying to secure their place in the skies. Google...
  • Turkish president rules out role swap with Erdogan

    ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's president appeared to rule out a job swap with Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan when his term as head of state ends in a few months, signaling strains between the allies following months of political tension. President Abdullah...
  • Lionsgate partners with YouTube studio RocketJump

    Lionsgate partners with YouTube studio RocketJump
    Lionsgate has Katniss, Tris and Bella, and now it has another young-adult hero -- YouTube star Freddie Wong.  Lionsgate, the company best known for "The Hunger Games," "Twilight" and "Divergent," has made a multi-year deal with Wong's YouTube network...
  • US Airways apologizes for shocking photo it accidentally tweeted

    DALLAS Isn't Twitter wonderful? First, it allowed someone, allegedly a 14-year-old Dutch girl, to make a threat Sunday against American Airlines. Now, American's merger partner, US Airways, is apologizing for sending out a graphic photo Monday. No, we...
  • Bicyclist says he caught Guilford Avenue attack on video

    Bicyclist says he caught Guilford Avenue attack on video
    A cyclist heading to meet friends Saturday evening said he was attacked by a group of people north of downtown Baltimore, an incident he said he caught on video. Michael Bowman said he was surrounded by the group as he crossed an intersection on...
  • Jimmy Fallon, 'Tonight Show' Staff Sing Thanks to YouTube Subscribers (VIDEO)

    "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon is never one to shy away from a musical performance, and his latest YouTube video is no exception. To celebrate reaching three million YouTube subscribers, Fallon grabbed a guitar and led the entire "Tonight Show" staff...
  • US Airways sends out tweet with graphic porn image, is really sorry

    US Airways sends out tweet with graphic porn image, is really sorry
    US Airways apologized Monday for sending out a Twitter message that included a pornographic image. The airline acknowledged that the image came from its Twitter account but said it was sent by mistake. US Airways said the image was originally sent to...