Google's homepage is known for its 'Doodles' -- temporary changes to its homepage logo to commemorate certain days. As defined by Google, its homepage changes are meant "to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists."
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If you "Google" anything on March 8, you'll see a special work of art on the site's homepage in honor of International Women's Day. Rebecca Jarvis reports on how Google's doodles come to be.
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Kids from across the United States submitted more than 130,000 doodles to Google's 2013 Doodle 4 Google competition.
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Google has used its latest 'Doodle' to celebrate the life and work of the graphic designer and filmmaker Saul Bass. It celebrated what would have been Bass's 93rd birthday (he died in 1996 aged 75) Google produced the animated video in his own trademark style. Bass is best known for his iconic title sequences and posters made for major Hollywood movies, including Vertigo,...
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The two brothers suspected in the Boston Marathon bombings had originally planned to set off their explosives on July 4th, a law enforcement official said.The post Marathon bombing suspects planned 4th of July attack appeared first on Metro.us.
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Chris Evans is proud that the 4th Fest fireworks display on the 4th of July in Punta Gorda has grown every year to become what he believes is the biggest and best in Southwest Florida. But this year, he wants to make the 5th annual 4th Fest “the best ever...
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For the first time in the more than a quarter century of the city’s annual July 4th All American City Celebration, the patriotic event will happen at a different location.
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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev told investigators that the bombing plot was originally intended for July 4th. CBS News' Elaine Quijano reports.
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