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Pamela Anderson Demands Public Apology for ‘Pam and Tommy’

Pamela Anderson insisted the producers of the Pam & Tommy miniseries owe her a public apology for failing to tell her the production was underway. She…

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Twisted Sister Play First Show Since 2016 at Metal Hall of Fame

Last night (Jan. 26) at the sixth annual Metal Hall of Fame charity gala, Twisted Sister played a brief reunion show, their first since late…

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4 Best Webcams (2023): Razer, Logitech, and More

Razer Kiyo for $67: Our previous best-of pick, the original Kiyo still offers 1080p resolution at 30 frames per second (or 720p at 60 frames…

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ADS-B Exchange, the Flight Tracker That Powered @ElonJet, Sold to Jetnet

In recent years, the Saudi government has tried to push international aviation regulators to forbid or prevent the public dissemination of ADS-B data, though that…

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Big Tech Is Really Bad at Firing People

“It’s personally embarrassing for myself to have to explain to friends and family members why I’m getting fired,” says one former Meta employee, who was…

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I Started a Bike Bus, and You Can Too

Recruit a crew. One adult isn’t enough to have a safe bike bus, so another parent volunteered to serve as the “rear axle,” the rider…

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How Sensor-Dangling Helicopters Can Help Beat the Water Crisis

After weeks of near-constant rain and flooding, California is finally drying out—but hopefully not getting too dry, because the state needs all the rain it can get…

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Crispr Wants to Feed the World

Ten years after its discovery, the implications of Crispr genome editing are profound and far-reaching, and we are only getting started. This tool, adapted from…

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There’s a ‘Lost City’ Deep in The Ocean, And It’s Unlike Anything We’ve Ever Seen

Close to the summit of an underwater mountain west of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, a jagged landscape of towers rises from the gloom. Their creamy carbonate…

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This Island Appeared Out of Nowhere, With Life Forms Never Seen Before

When a new island arose from the South Pacific in 2015, it created an unprecedented opportunity not just for geologists and volcanologists, but for biologists…

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