A fundraising effort is underway to cover the costs of Colin Cook's recovery
The First Lady is bunkered down at the chat show host's sprawling luxury estate in Maui, reports suggest
Janice ‘Lokelani’ Keihanaikukauakahihulihe'ekahaunaele’s old licence only had space for her last name and missed off the final letter
Move comes twenty years after the state Supreme Court ruled that barring same sex couples from tying the knot was unconstitutional
Astronomers find the first rocky planet with vast oceans beyond our Solar System
The free-floating planet is estimated to be around 80 light years away from Earth
Official computer systems across the state of Hawaii are to be upgraded in order to accommodate Janice Keihanaikukauakahihuliheekahaunaele
Jana Lutteropp, 20, had been in a "very critical condition" on life support following the attack in which she lost an arm
Atmosphere rising at fastest rate since records began
Also known as C/2011 L4, the comet won't be seen again from earth for another 110,000 years
One of the brightest young talents in American sport, Manti Te'o broke fans' hearts with the sad tale of his girlfriend's death. There's one problem: she never really existed
The American crime writer James Sallis – whose novel Drive was turned into the 2011 Hollywood film with Ryan Gosling – faced a welcome complication when he set about writing the just-released sequel, Driven.
In 1960 a woman applied for the post of exhibitions officer at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. She didn't get the job, but was able to show her interviewers her portfolio of flower paintings, and was engaged instead as an artist in the herbarium. This was Mary Grierson, soon to become recognised as one of the world's most distinguished botanical artists.
Security personnel tend not to challenge the public to sneak unnoticed into buildings they're guarding, preferring to give the impression that the entrances are impregnable and they themselves are invincible. But the "keep out or else" approach doesn't work online, where cyber attacks are rampant and the task of thwarting them is too colossal for stretched IT departments.
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