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IndyCar driver Josef Newgarden has worked with Microsoft to promote its Forza 5 game. Now the 23 year-old is helping to raise money for Teen Cancer America by playing the Forza 5 game against fans as part of a Tiltify.com charity fundraiser. The 2011 Indy Lights champion has been playing video games his entire life, so he jumped at the opportunity to play games for a good cause. Newgarden talks about his own video game background in this exclusive interview.

"This should not be his legacy," stated Lesley McSpadden when discussing the response of the Ferguson community to the death of her son Michael Brown.

Two tragedies - a mass campus shooting and a murder - near Northern Illinois University inspired an NIU alum-turned-Chicago inventor to create a mobile panic button.

The Giver follows Jonas (Brenton Thwaites), a 16-year-old boy who has grown up in the Communities, where everyone is treated equally yet they have no memory of the past or any emotions whatsoever.

CHICAGO - On Varun Medhal's phone is a picture of 750 pounds of groceries - everything from pies to ground meat - packed tightly into a car.

CHICAGO - While Metra commuters file onto their usual trains at Ogilvie Transportation Center, Fred Van Dorpe frantically weaves from one platform to the next with a hand-held video camera strapped to his palm.

Publisher Kemco and developer EXE Create have brought the role playing game "Alphadia Genesis" to mobile devices. The game makers have worked closely with Nvidia to bring a more console-style experience to mobile gamers on Nvidia Shield. The game has also been optimized to work on Android TV. Shuhei Nobuki of Kemco Games explains how the developer worked with Nvidia to bring this old-school RPG to mobile gamers in this exclusive interview.

CHICAGO - While Metra commuters file onto their usual trains at Ogilvie Transportation Center, Fred Van Dorpe frantically weaves from one platform to the next with a hand-held video camera strapped to his palm.

Speaking as someone who loves bad disaster movies, "Into the Storm" was great - it's a guilty pleasure movie for people who love watching things get destroyed. As a piece of film, there are a few standout reasons that make it unique, but outside of those - it's just okay.

Madison Beer sits in a lounge at Island Records' headquarters in midtown Manhattan playing Sam Smith's "Stay With Me" on the piano and quietly singing to herself.

My name is Danah Atassi, and I like the app "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood."



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