2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

The standout news & pop obsessions gleaned from your search habits

Related Search Results

Loading...
  • Final Glance: Railroad companies

    Shares of some top railroad companies were up at the close of trading: CSX rose $.21 or .7 percent, to $31.35. Canadian National Railway Co. rose $1.37 or 2.0 percent, to $69.35. Canadian Pacific Railway ...

  • Sinkhole threatens to swallow Florida neighborhood
    Sinkhole threatens to swallow Florida neighborhood

    A massive sinkhole that opened up in Florida over the weekend is threatening to swallow several Tampa-area homes.

  • Queen's Gold Cup winner fails drug test
    Queen's Gold Cup winner fails drug test

    A horse owned by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II which won one of England's most prestigious races has failed a drugs test, Buckingham Palace announced Tuesday. Estimate, which lifted the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot in 2013 and came second in this year's edition, has tested positive for morphine, a banned substance. A statement issued by the Queen's racing advisor said initial indications were the positive test had resulted from the "consumption of a contaminated feed product". The Queen, renowned for a love and knowledge of horse racing which dates back to the 88-year-old monarch's childhood, cheered on Estimate, saddled by top trainer Michael Stoute, when the now five-year-old filly won at Ascot last year.

  • And America’s most-hated social media company is…

    Social-media networks like Facebook and LinkedIn rank low—barely ahead of airlines—in a national customer satisfaction survey.

  • Defying allies, France to deliver first warship to Russia

    By Yann Le Guernigou and Guillaume Frouin PARIS/ST NAZAIRE (Reuters) - President Francois Hollande won broad domestic applause on Tuesday for defying allies Britain and the United States by confirming plans to deliver a helicopter carrier to Russia, with one backer dismissing the objections as hypocritical. Speaking on the eve of an EU meeting to discuss sanctions on Moscow over the downing of a civilian airliner over Ukraine, Hollande said late on Monday that a first Mistral warship would be handed over on schedule in October but a decision on a second would depend on Russia's attitude. It was the clearest signal yet that Paris will go through with the controversial deal despite the Ukraine crisis and came only hours after British Prime Minister David Cameron said it would be "unthinkable" for his country to fulfil such an order. The United States has also said it opposes the sale, which has exposed France to criticism that it is putting its own interests ahead of Western solidarity over Ukraine.

  • Social Media Posts Show Last Moments of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Victims
    Social Media Posts Show Last Moments of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Victims

    These snapshots might have been their last. Cellphones and the Web have been tracking the lives of the victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, shot down in eastern Ukraine last week:

  • Your iPhone May Be Rigged to Spy on You
    Your iPhone May Be Rigged to Spy on You

    NEW YORK — iOS forensic examiner Jonathan Zdziarski may know more about iPhones than any other non-Apple employee. The features could be there to let Apple — or even the National Security Agency or the FBI — get access to most of your iOS device's data without you knowing it. In a presentation Friday (July 18) at the HOPE X hacker conference here, Zdziarksi detailed his discoveries about the data-collection tools hidden on iOS devices.

  • US: No evidence of direct Russian link to plane
    US: No evidence of direct Russian link to plane

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Senior U.S. intelligence officials say they have no evidence of direct Russian government involvement in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.

Loading...

Follow Yahoo! News