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Americans have been known to scoff at what we see as a lack of work ethic among Europeans. However, a recent change in French work regulations has me thinking that they might have a good idea when it comes to email and work-life balance.
Amazon is promising drones? Well, Google is building robots.
As predicted, the Church of England approved a proposal for women bishops for the church.
The most controversial topic on Wikipedia, gauged by the sheer number of edits, is former President George W. Bush.
At least 31 people were killed and 60 others wounded when two terrorists blew themselves up inside a Shiite mosque in Baghdad on Tuesday.
The BBC's news chief and her deputy have been temporarily replaced while the broadcaster deals with the fallout from coverage of a child abuse scandal that forced its director general to resign, the broadcaster said Monday.
Few seem to be enjoying the management meltdown at the venerable BBC more than Rupert Murdoch, the News Corp. chief whose rival British newspapers have been caught up in their own lengthy, embarrassing and expensive phone hacking scandal.