North Korea’s accelerating military advances — and President Trump’s volatile response — could complicate Japan’s close alliance with the United States.
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It's been five long years since we got to explore Journey, the beautiful video game creation from Jenova Chen and his team at Thatgamecompany. Now, the studio's next game has been revealed: Sky.
The iOS timed exclusive and so-called "social adventure game" is expected to arrive for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV in the latter months of 2017.
Based on the little Chen said during Apple's Sept. 12 presentation, the game supports up to eight players and can be played with just one finger. You and your fellow players are "children of the light," charged with "bringing light to where it's needed most." Read more...More about Entertainment, Apple, Gaming, Ios, and Sky
- Theme park nightmare takes a happy turn after one attendee falls 25 feet
By Adam Rosenberg - Sunday Jun 25, 2017
Is there any theme park horror story scarier than the one where someone falls out of a high-flying ride?
That's exactly what happened at Six Flags Great Escape in Lake George, NY on Saturday — though the incident thankfully had a happy ending. As an unidentified teenage parkgoer dangled 25 feet above the ground, a crowd gathered below to catch her — which they did — once she fell.
A tense video captured and shared on Facebook by Loren Lent, who witnessed the fall, shows us what happened.
In his Facebook post, Mr. Lent thanks the Good Samaritan attendees who acted quickly to save the day. He also expresses his surprise that Six Flags seemingly has no rapid response plan for dealing with situations like this. Read more...More about Watercooler, Theme Park, Six Flags, Six Flags Great Escape, and Culture
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By Cale Guthrie Weissman - Friday Sep 15, 2017
Despite big hand waves, Facebook, Google, and Twitter aren’t doing enough to stop misinformation.
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By Adele Peters - Wednesday Sep 6, 2017
Every time we unnecessarily use antibiotics on farm animals, we’re increasing the chances they don’t work on humans.
In 2016, Subway stopped serving chicken sandwiches made from chickens raised with antibiotics. McDonald’s did the same with chicken sandwiches, salads, and Chicken McNuggets in the U.S. (It now plans to expand its ban on chicken raised with antibiotics worldwide.) Perdue Farms, a major poultry producer, also phased out antibiotics that year. Others, like Chipotle, have had a ban in place longer.