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More voters love emailing ballots. But is digital voting a threat to national security?
"What do we have to apologize for? Hurting your soft, sensitive feelings?"
Monkhood tarnished by flurry of meth scandals
From leg to leg, arachnid spans more than one foot
Defender of the palace leaves behind a struggling institution
The "City of Angels" adopts a tedious moniker
Thais say Obama is OK but they want a little respect, and as one sums it up: 'America is both 'BS' and cool at the same time.'
Deal with Islamic separatists could expand Sharia law
Victimized, chastised, expelled but, finally, reinstated
Even in era of emailed ballots, corralling far-flung voters proves troublesome.
Dog named "Kabang" reportedly saved two girls from speeding motorbike
But Obama doubles Romney's worldwide haul
The enduring phenomenon of mass factory faintings
Cybercrime law threatens 12 years behind bars for "liking" or re-Tweeting libel
Activist accused of inciting Cambodian village to secede gets 20 years
“Locals have hacked into around 11 whales so far and will probably use the flesh for meat."
NYT interview: "It was not because of Arab Spring or anything else."
Total wealth of Asia's millionaries could exceed American GDP in just two years.
Catholicism’s last Asian stand against America’s “culture of death.”
A glass of booze equal to Greece's per capita GDP