Seattle CEO Cuts His Own Pay To Give Workers $70,000 Minimum Wage Amid Fight Over Income InequalityWhile fast food workers across the country and San Francisco are demanding restaurant chains pay them a $28,000 yearly salary, one Seattle CEO is taking matters into his own hands to fight income inequality.
Author, Stanford Graduate Sues Warner Bros. Over Profits From Hit Film 'Gravity' Author Tess Gerritsen has sued Warner Bros. claiming the studio owes her millions in profits from the Oscar-winning hit film "Gravity."
The Outbreak: Viral Videos of The WeekFan-made alternate ending to HIMYM, Kristen Bell sings as Princess Ana + more viral videos!
Stanford Physicists Make Major Cosmic Discovery, Expanding Big Bang Theory A discovery giving the first evidence of how the universe expanded in the trillionth of a second after the big bang nearly 14 billion years ago has physicists around the world rejoicing, but few can claim the same level of jubilation and vindication as Stanford professor Andrei Linde, who is one of the thought leaders who came up with the concept of what happened, called "cosmic inflation."
'Gravity,' '12 Years' Win Big At Critics' Choice Awards"Gravity" soared with a record-setting seven Critics' Choice Awards…
'Gravity' And `American Hustle' Lead List Of Academy Awards NomineesThe Academy Awards appear to be the three-horse race many expected it would be, with “Gravity,” “American Hustle” and “12 Years a Slave” all receiving a heap of nominations.
Tom Hanks Plays 'Chopsticks' On A 'Big' PianoThe "Captain Phillips" star was game to recreate one of the film's famous scenes, and even got some help from Sandra Bullock...
Jan Wahl Movie Review: 'Gravity' & 'Parkland'Jan reviews "Parkland" w/ Paul Giamatti & Zac Efron + "Gravity" starring Sandra Bullock & George Clooney...
KO Movie Review: 'Gravity' & 'Runner Runner'Radio Alice's Hooman & Marcus review 'Gravity' w/ Sandra Bullock & 'Runner Runner' w/ Ben Affleck...
HealthWatch: New Treadmill Helps Users Defy GravityA new generation of treadmills developed in the Bay Area is using NASA technology to help users defy gravity.
San Jose Students' Experiment Hosted On Space StationThe first science experiment on the International Space Station designed by San Jose high school students is smaller than a shoe box, but could lead to answers about how astronauts will someday feed themselves on long space flights.
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