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Golden Globes 2014: Who should win vs. who will win

Oscar nominations remain to be announced, but it's already time to predict what will happen at the Golden Globes this Sunday. Who will win? Who should win?

New robotic bartender mixes up cocktails

If you've ever been at a crowded bar or a packed party, you have probably waited a long time for a drink.

OutKast will reunite at Coachella 2014

We love it when an awesome rumor turns out to be true. As suspected, OutKast will indeed reunite at Coachella 2014, headlining the three-day music festival in Indio, California, along with Muse and Arcade Fire.

Death threats and denial for woman who showed college athletes struggle to read

Mary Willingham tried to help struggling student-athletes at the University of North Carolina learn to read. First it was just one case, then another and another.

Why 2014 is the year to get out of debt

When it comes to your personal finances, 2014 may be your best chance to take advantage of low interest rates and get out of debt -- before it really starts costing you.

Doctor picks up trash for love of city

Dr. Ron Sylvest spent his Saturday morning picking up the mess others left behind near the intersection of Bluebonnet Boulevard and Highland Road.

The optical technology bringing Frank Sinatra, Tupac back to life

 Frank Sinatra is back, crooning 'Fly Me To The Moon' live in his trademark suit and fedora as if he had never left the stage.

'Gravity' leads BAFTA nominations

Acclaimed space drama "Gravity" leads the nominations for this year's British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) with rival movies "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" close on its heels.

The new age of TV theme music: Interview with Emmy award-winning composer Bear McCreary

When you think back to your favorite TV memories, often music is intertwined.

T-Mobile & AT&T battle for the other's customers

The mobile phone wars are heating up. T-Mobile and AT&T are taking shots directly at one another. Both companies have put big, splashy ads in newspapers. AT&T claims T-Mobile drops calls.