At first you might think you are in the office of a Silicon Valley tech company. There are flip cameras everywhere
As your report “What Makes Teens Tick” aptly illustrated [May 10], science is catching up to what parents and teachers already know: teenagers’ brains are different from adults’. The ability to make adult judgments comes later, as different parts of the brain develop.
Since 2001, the company has posted a series of gag products on its site, everything from the World’s Largest Remote Control Car, a standard-sized car with its own toy-like remote, to a Monolith Action Figure a la Stanley Kubrick’s 2001, a rectangular black “figurine” of the shapeless villain with absolutely no moving parts. The joke?
Angry workers beat to death a human resources vice president after he laid off 42 employees at an auto-parts manufacturing company in southern India, police said Wednesday.
A high court in northern India on Friday acquitted a wealthy businessman facing the death sentence for the killing of a teen in a case dubbed “the house of horrors.” The teen was one of 19 victims — children and young women — in one of the most gruesome serial killings in India in recent years. The Allahabad high court has acquitted Moninder Singh Pandher, his lawyer Sikandar B
With the new General Motors Corp. expressing second thoughts about selling Opel to Canadian partsmaker Magna International Inc