• Eagles catching drones? London police are considering it

    LONDON - The Metropolitan Police said it's considering using eagles to intercept drones following news of a similar project in the Netherlands.
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    Gold just reached its highest price in seven months, and investors are betting there are more gains to come by April.
  • Ferrari's Take on The Family Car: 690 Horsepower and V12 Engine

    Ferrari NV's answer to the family car now accelerates to 100 kilometers (62 miles) per hour in as little as 3.4 seconds, showing the supercar brand will push for more power and performance even as an independent company.
  • What is Jeb Bush doing to reach Millennial voters?

    Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush on his father Jeb Bush's campaign leading into the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries.
  • Competitors benefitting from Chipotle's food safety woes?

    Freshii CEO Matthew Corrin on the fallout from Chipotle's food safety issues and McDonald's stock boost.
  • Will Streaming Music Kill Songwriting? - The New Yorker

    For many songwriters, the wake-up call comes when they have their first streaming hit.
  • The Last of the Channel Island Turkeys

    The sheep on Santa Cruz Island, off the coast of Southern California, were the first to go. They had been imported by schooner in the mid-nineteenth century, and, beginning in the early nineteen-eighties, tens of thousands of their feral descendants were eradicated.
  • In Defense of the Super Bowl - The New Yorker

    I realized, early last week, that, once Sunday's game was added in, I would have watched all fifty Super Bowls.
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  • Living in: Places seeking freedom

    At various moments in time, cultural, language and political differences have led residents of a destination to seek independence from their ruling governments. Most recently, leaders of Catalonia pledged to secede from Spain, and in 2014 Scotland held a referendum on independence from Great Britain.
  • We wondered how movies make snow, so asked 'Snow Business'

    Many movies need snow on demand, whether it's the Avengers sequel or The Day After Tomorrow. But the weather doesn't always oblige. How is it done? To find out, we visited Britain's Snow Business, which specialises in making artificial snow and winter effects for films, using devices that look like mini-cannons and the backpack from Ghostbusters.
  • The potato farmer who swapped bankruptcy for making millions - BBC News

    For a Herefordshire potato farmer, William Chase is impressively savvy about the need for positive publicity, and the importance of telling a good story. It is a talent that helped him move from being bankrupt, aged 32, to becoming a multimillionaire by the time he was 48.
  • Spring thaw halts Eindhoven students' ice bridge project - DutchNews.nl

    After working round-the-clock shifts since December, a group of Eindhoven students building the world's longest ice-bridge in Finland saw their plans come to an abrupt end on Monday morning. Unexpected warm weather dashed the team's hopes, as their ambitious project thawed and collapsed.
  • Dutch build new cells in prison terrorist units - DutchNews.nl

    The Netherlands' two high security prisons in Vught and Rotterdam are overflowing with terrorist and jihadi suspects and the number of cells is being expanded in secret, the AD said on Monday. Vught and Rotterdam are the only Dutch prisons with special high security terrorist units.
  • Carnival parades cancelled as strong winds hit the Netherlands - DutchNews.nl

    Strong winds have put paid to traditional carnival parades in much of the south of the country as the KNMI...
  • 13M Americans committing financial infidelity?

    FBN's Gerri Willis discusses a new study about Americans hiding credit or savings accounts from their significant others.
  • 'Playboy' Model Katie May Dead At 34

    May suffered a stroke after an accident at a photoshoot, according to reports.
  • 8 Things Even Football Fans Don't Know About The Super Bowl

    Although you watch it every year, what do you really know about the Super Bowl?
  • Is Trump done if he doesn't win New Hampshire?

    Democratic strategist Steve Murphy and Republican strategist Kevin Paul Scott on the New Hampshire primaries.
  • Eli Manning's Super Bowl advice to brother Peyton

    New York Giants Quarterback Eli Manning discusses the Super Bowl and his brother Peyton. He is also joined by Nationwide Chief Marketing Officer Terrance Williams.
  • Beer And Snack Pairings: A Super Bowl Game Everyone Can Win

    Which beer goes with guacamole? And which brew adds a nice clean, crisp finish to spicy wings?
  • Theft And Artistry: Coldplay, Beyoncé In India Spark Discussion On Appropriation

    Here's what we know: Coldplay and Beyoncé will perform at Sunday's Super Bowl halftime. The duo just released a song called "Hymn for the Weekend."
  • International Community Sharply Criticizes North Korea's Rocket Launch

    "Irresponsible," "senseless," "deplorable," "destabilizing," "totally unacceptable."
  • In Pictures: The Taiwan Earthquake And Rescue Operations

    The magnitude-6.4 earthquake has left 26 people dead. Camila had the news in an earlier post.
  • Jihad Comes to Africa

    Boko Haram, al-Shabaab and other ruthless groups threaten to turn the continent into global jihad’s deadliest front.
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  • A Renewables Revolution Is Toppling the Dominance of Fossil Fuels in U.S. Power

    Renewable energy was the biggest source of new power added to U.S. electricity grids last year as falling prices and government incentives made wind and solar increasingly viable alternatives to fossil fuels.
  • Stocks sink as oil falls below $30

    Scott Martin of United Advisors on the impact of low oil prices on the stock market.