A California man named Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto denies having anything to do with Bitcoin. He rejected Newsweek's 4,500-word cover story that claims he is Bitcoin's creator in an exclusive interview with AP.
Aaron Paul discusses his attraction to the video game-based actioner 'Need for Speed' at the film's Los Angeles premiere. Co-stars Dominic Cooper and Scott Mescudi talk women, cars and doing dangerous stunts.
Here's the latest news for Friday, March 7th: Ukraine tensions; Man denies creating Bitcoin; Google barge moved; Ice yachting on New York's frozen rivers and lakes.
Divisive 'Jeopardy' contestant Arthur Chu returns to the popular quiz show on Monday to see if he can continue a win streak that has some in social media crying foul over his hyper-analytical style of
Thrill seekers in Upstate New York are preserving the sport of 'ice yachting' -- using antique ski boats to glide across frozen rivers and lakes at high speed. (March 7)
President Barack Obama ordered the West's first sanctions in response to Russia's military takeover of Crimea on Thursday, declaring his determination not to let the Kremlin carve up Ukraine. (March 7
Highlights of Today in History: Civil rights marchers attacked in Selma, Alabama; Adolph Hitler sends troops into Rhineland; Director Stanley Kubrick dies. (March 7)
In an extensive interview with the Associated Press, the man Newsweek claims is the founder of Bitcoin denied he had anything to do with the digital currency. (March 6)
Google's mystery barge floated to to its new California home after being ousted from San Francisco. (March 6)
Justin Bieber gave a deposition in an unrelated Miami lawsuit filed by a photographer who says he was roughed up by the singer's bodyguards. The lawsuit is unrelated to Bieber's DUI arrest in January.