Marjorie Silva, who owns Denver's Azucar Bakery, posted this photo on the bakery's Facebook page after a customer filed a complaint against the bakery for refusing to write anti-gay messages on a Bible-shaped cake.
Climate scientist Richard Somerville, a member, Science and Security Board, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, unveils the new Doomsday Clock in Washington, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. The clock advanced two minutes, an indication of how near the Earth is to destruction (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
Infrared images: Nigerian village Doron Baga before (top) and after (bottom) attack by Boko Haram jihadists. Bright red marks healthy trees and vegetation. (AP Photo/DigitalGlobe via Amnesty International, Micah Farfour)
New York State Sen. Tom O'Mara has apologized after a video showed him verbally attacking a constituent who was asking questions about his support for a controversial project proposal. (Facebook/Tom O'Mara)
This Dec. 16, 2014 photo shows the GoPro HERO 4 Black camera, in Decatur, Ga. The HERO 4 is capable of shooting ultra-high definition video, also known as 4k video, and has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology built in for communication directly with tablets and smartphones. (AP Photo/Ron Harris)
BlackBerry's official Twitter account has just deleted a tweet that was sent out via iPhone, its top competitor. The message, "Twitter for iPhone," that outed BlackBerry's mistake isn't typically visible in the regular Twitter app, but can be seen using Tweetbot, Tweetdeck and other third-party clients. (The Verge)
The BPCC is BERSA's first polymer frame handgun, with more advanced features, specially designed for concealed-carry personal protection. The BPCC provides accuracy and fire power in a lightweight, compact, ultra thin handgun. Using advanced manufacturing processes and finest quality materials, the BPCC reflects BERSA's commitment to value and performance. The BPCC's ergonomic design improves line-of-sight and provides greater control during use. BPCC's retail for about $400.
There is broad agreement that the world will become much more "transparent" or "public" -- but there's little or no consensus about what will happen to privacy policies, says Lee Rainie, director of the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
"The aluminum is supposed to act like a heat barrier, keeping the fighter's body heat from being detected by the drone camera system," says an analysis by the Middle East Media Research Institute. (Middle East Media Research Institute)