Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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Turkey, Iran Wary Of U.S. Terms For Fight Against Islamic State
Both Turkey and Iran have much at stake as the Sunni militants battle for territory close to their respective borders. But each country has its own reasons to be distrustful.
Discovery Channel Finds A New Way To Cover Politics
The reality series Rival Survival sends 2 senators to a desert island. Republican Jeff Flake of Ariz. and Democrat Martin Heinrich of N.M. work together to spear fish, build shelter and find water.
Scientists Name Swamp-Creature Fossil After Mick Jagger
They discovered signs of a water nymph that lived 19 million years ago. It's called Jaggermeryx naida because in imagining this creature, they were reminded of Jagger by its "mobile and tactile lips."
As 'Boardwalk Empire' Comes To Close, Creator Reminisces About How It Started
The HBO show began its final season Sunday. Terence Winter says he wrote the Prohibition-era drama in part to work with Martin Scorsese. It was "something I couldn't possibly ... pass up," he says.
Futuristic 'Bone Clocks' Encompasses A Strange, Rich World Of Soul-Stealers
David Mitchell's latest fantasy is an odyssey into the dark side, spanning from 1984 to 2043. It's about a teenager who runs away from her London home and becomes prey to a ghastly gang of mystics.
Court Documents Show How NSA Leaned On Yahoo, How Yahoo Fought Back
Newly released court documents reveal details of a battle between Yahoo and the Obama administration. The government pressured Yahoo to disclose some users' data for a secret NSA surveillance program.
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