Small Donors Shying Away From Supporting Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush is just one of the many Republicans who are on the 2016 White House Race. That said, Jeb Bush has been able to impress many when it comes to fund raising as he has been able to obtain the financial backing of big donors and as a result that has positioned him in a great position as the…

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News of a Library in Buckingham

A town has purged its library in an offer to battle arrangements to shut it down. Individuals in Stony Stafford, close Milton Keynes, Buckingham, have spent the week, withdrawing their most extreme remittance of books in dissent against committee arrangements to close it as a feature of spending…

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Wheat and Corn prices reach all time high

The wheat and corn prices have sky rocketed. The over raining in the United States and low rains in Canada and Europe has resulted in the highest prices in last three years. The prices were 15 percent higher in the Chicago. The Paris reported 8.7 hike in the milling wheat and 9.4 percent hike for…

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Defense Secretary urges NATO to develop cyber military

The next world war won’t be played much on land, air or water but on the virtual fronts. Cyber terrorism is the reality of the twenty-first century and militaries world over are getting prepared for the same. Ashton Carter, U.S. Defense Secretary urged NATO to stand strong against the cyber…

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What’s In It For The Driver And Horse?

Many people ask what is in it for the driver and the horse. Well, there are a lot of things in it for both the driver and the horse. All of these things are positive for the driver and the horse, too. For the horse, he will be on the front-page of all newspaper and magazines. The horse will also be…

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San Bernardino Fire Expands, No Major Damage Reported

A fire in the mountains of San Bernardino grew on Sunday to 17,050 acres as dozens of firefighters were trying to prevent the blaze from spreading. Some 19 percent of the fire was under control around 6.30 p.m. on Sunday, which is 4 percent more than reported in the morning. The United States Forest…

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Know more about the latest centrifugal pumps

Kolkata, 19th May: HIS of US designs the best centrifugal pumps that consume kilowatts of energy and that is the key support that the company needs in the present day. To get the high flow rate the centrifugal pumps are the best application of these days. The most eminent quality of these pumps is…

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Dundee University Developed New Drug Against Malaria

Scientists at Dundee University found a new compound that can be used for malaria treatment. It also should prevent the spread of this disease and protects people from it. The name of the drug is DDD107498. It was developed by Medicines for Malaria Venture and Drug Discovery Unit. Researchers said…

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Uber Hires Female Drivers in Mumbai

In recent few days, Uber --a cab service provider -- has been in the news no thanks to its drivers. The allegations those came include the Delhi 2014 rape incidents and recent Gurgaon molestation case following which Uber service was banned by the police. To rebuild its image, Uber has started…

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Gap to Close 140 Stores in the U.S. and Europe

Gap said on Monday that it is trying to get back on the path of growth and for that goal it will close 175 of its shops and fire 250 people from the corporate department. The stores that will be closed are all located in the United States. However, the company also plans to close a number of…

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The Disaster Of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 370

More than 15 months have elapsed since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on a scheduled flight from Kuala Lampur to Beijing got lost in the clouds with all 239 people on board. Down the annals of time, there have been several theories doing the rounds like it was the pilot's attempt at killing…

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Man Killed by Africanized Bees

Bees killed a man who was mowing his neighbor's lawn, authorities have announced on Tuesday. The victim, 65-year-old Dee Daugherty was moving the vacant lot on Sunday 60 miles west of Fort Worth. It is possible that Daugherty shook a bee hive located behind plywood wall of a small shed, which…

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Sex Teacher Takes Students to a Minnesota Sex Shop

Parents in Minnesota are furious with a sex education teacher who took his students attending middle school and high school to a sex shop. He said that he wanted to show the scope of human sexual behavior to his students in a shop which not only sells sex toys, but also holds educational workshops…

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Who Said People Cannot Go To The Movies Alone?

Many people do not want to go to the movies alone. They think it looks embarrassing. However, this is not true for the people of New York City. There has a just been a theatre placed in New York City that can only fit one person. A customer will get in the theatre and see a short play. This play is…

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Tobacco firms in Canada must pay

Three tobacco firms will have to pay $15.5 billion. This was decided by a Canadian court. This is the highest damages award in the history. These companies will have to pay this money to the smokers in Quebec, because they failed to warn them about the risks that smoking causes. Rothmans Benson…

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92 year old woman sets a record

Most people who turn 92, think about relaxation, spending time with their grandchildren and children, and you can rarely find a person that age who wants to break a record. This is not a case with Harriette Thompson, a woman who became the oldest woman to finish a marathon. She completed the…

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University Student Kills Mom after Argument over Grades

Tyler Blansit, a 22-year-old student has beaten his mother with a bat to death after an argument over bad grades. The authorities said that the man confirmed he committed the crime. DeKalb County Sherriff Jimmy Harris described the scene of the crime as “brutal.” Blansit’s mother…

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Millionaire Who Killed Son Sentenced to 18 Years in Jail

A millionaire mom who killed her 8-year-old son with a large dose of Xanax and Ambien will spend the next 18 years in prison, said a judge in New York. Gigi Jordan was insisting that her son, Jude Mirra, was sexually abused by his father and other men she was seeing. She also said that she killed…

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Empty Boats Or No Empty Boats

The European Union is doing all it can to get the attention of the U.N. Every single day, boats go from North Africa to Europe. These boats look empty, but they are being used to smuggle people from North Africa to places in Europe. The European Union wants the military to step in because the people…

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4.8-Magnitude Earthquake Felt in Las Vegas

A 5.3-size tremor was felt in Las Vegas and encompassing zones Friday morning. The U.S. Topographical Survey said that the shake, which hit at 11:47 a.m. nearby time (8:47 a.m. Hawaii time), was focused around 24 miles south-southwest of the town of Caliente, which is situated around 152 miles north…

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God enabled him to do

An Air Force general who as of late talked about how God has guided his profession ought to be court-martialed, a common freedoms gathering is stating. The Air Force Times reports that the Military Religious Freedom Foundation has brought issue with Olson's comments, is requiring the two-star…

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Gun Found in Hands of a California Three-Year-Old

When police in San Bernardino, California, entered a home, they could not have seen a more horrifying scene – a three-year-old was pointing a loaded gun at the officers but luckily did not pull the trigger. The child was calm as the gun was taken away from her. Toddler's mother was…

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Hot Chocolate Frontman Dies Aged 71

UK soul group Hot Chocolate's frontman has died at the age of 71, report the media. Errol Brown was famous during the seventies and eights, most notably for hits like You Sexy Thing and It Started With A Kiss. He died at his home in the Bahamas, suffering from liver cancer. According to his…

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Friend of African American Killed by White Police Arrested

Dorian Johnson, the friend of African-American Michael Brown who was killed by a white police officer, has been apprehended. Police arrested him on Wednesday afternoon, after a group of officers was called to check a group that was allegedly in possession of firearms. Johnson was accused of trying…

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Tufts Students Go on Hunger Strike over Janitor Layoffs

Due to the University's decision to lay off 35 janitors at the end of May, five students at Tufts University began a hunger strike on Sunday. The strike was marked by a gathering outside administrative buildings where 80 people got together. About 20 students will occupy the space with tents to…

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How to be a Nature Friendly Person

Cultivating a love for nature is something that you ought to do, as this can prove to have a beneficial impact on you. The more natural your way of life is the better health you will have and you will enjoy peace of mind and heart. To know more about how you can develop a concern for nature in your…

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The death of Jonathan Crombie

Fans of the series " Anne of Green Gables " will definitely know who Jonathan Crombie is. His played a young boy, Gilbert Blythe, and because of him, a lot of girls and women simply fell in love with the character and Jonathan Crombie too. Thirty years ago, the situation hasn't changed…

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DANIEL CRAIG BOUNCES BACK FROM INJURY

Family man Daniel Craig has been out of action for the past few months due to a knee injury that he developed while shooting one of the movies in which he stars in. That said there have been a number of fans who are worried on the status of the actor. Some of his famous movies include casino Royale,…

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Policeman in Florida Caught Buying Crack Cocaine

Police in Florida apprehended its fellow policeman, Christopher Heredia after he was seen buying drugs in Miami's Walgreens parking lot. After he was arrested, Heredia allegedly told police officers that the drugs were not for him, but for his wife. Media report that Heredia, who said he was…

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Shoot out in Omaha, Nebraska!

“Mother knows best”, something we hear often in our lives and although we might agree but never do we act upon this statement. On a Saturday morning, 19-year-old JaKela Foster also did the same, after her mother had told her not to attend a party at a vacant house in Omaha, Nebraska.…

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Commerzbank Fined for Illegal Transactions

The second biggest German bank, Commerzbank, has been fined USD 1,45 billion in a settlement with the United States Justice Department which accused the institution of doing business with sanctioned countries Iran and Sudan. Iranian and Sudanese companies allegedly transferred USD 253 billion to…

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Mother Allegedly Left Her Disabled Son in Woods for Days

Philadelphia police announced that they issued an arrest warrant for the mother of a disabled 21-year-old man whom she allegedly left in the woods near a Philadelphia park for several days before he was found. The young man, who is quadriplegic and has cerebral palsy, was found lying on the ground,…

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Woman Released after 22 Years on Death Row

A woman who was convicted of conspiring to murder her son has been released after 22 years on death row. The probe into the allegations had been led by a detective with a history of misconduct. Debra Milke, from Arizona, said that although the release felt vindicating, it was also bitter-sweet. She…

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Autistic Boy Found Four Days after Last Being Seen

Boy that had been missing for four days has been found three kilometers from the site where he was last seen. The search concentrated around Lake Eildon, Victoria, Australia. Luke Shambrook, who is 11 years old, was being treated for hypothermia after he was found by the police off the Skyline Road…

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Many Aircraft Companies Are Changing Their Cockpit Rules

Following the tragic events that took place in France earlier this week, the cockpit topic was once again brought for discussion. Many believe that they is still a way in which we can be able to ensure that the bad guys are kept from the cockpit and that the good guys can easily access them. For now…

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British soldier has joined the Kurdish Peshmerga

Recently the Ministry of Defense confirmed that a 19 year old British soldier has joined the Kurdish Peshmerga! This soldier went to the Middle East so he could fight against Islamic State, on the side of Kurdish Peshmerga. The unnamed soldier, who was serving at 2nd Battalion of The Princess of…

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STATES WHICH HAVE THE MOST UNWANTED BABIES

The abortion topic was recently brought to life once again after Congress which is now controlled by the Republicans shelved a bill which seeks to ban all abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. But a new report By Guttmacher Institute, a non-profit organization that is mainly focused on reproductive…

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IS PRIVACY LOSS INEVITABLE WITH SMART DEVICES?

Is privacy loss inevitable with smart devices? According to Prof Will Stewart from Institution of Engineering and Technology, privacy loss when it comes to smart gadgets is “intrinsic”. His sentiments come just days after top smart device manufacturing company Samsung issued a warning…

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U.S. embassy in Cuba

For the first time a U.S. embassy has been established in Cuba and the funny thing about it is that it sits in the same building that was considered a U.S. spy outpost. The building is locate in Havana (capital city of Cuba) in one of the spots of the seaside highway. Officially it was closed in…

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Disabled people in Greece live in locked cages

Greece has always stigmatized people with disabilities but the fact that they would go to the extent of locking them in cages is unbelievable. Children suffering from disabilities who live in state-run homes are locked up in cages. Staffs point out that they would like to improve the living…

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Disappearing Act: Madeline McCann

In 2007, Madeline McCann was reported missing. She was with her parents on vacation in Portugal. She was a three years old at the time. Her parents left her and her siblings alone and when they returned, they found that young Madeline was missing. The British police have been interviewing possible…

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Obama hails 'new chapter' in US-Cuba ties

US President Barack Obama has hailed a "new chapter" in US relations with Cuba, announcing moves to normalize diplomatic and economic ties. Mr Obama said Washington's current approach was "outdated" and the changes were the "most significant" in US policy towards…

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US Appeals Court Hears Apple Ebooks Challenge

A US judge Monday expressed doubt towards the government's ebook antitrust case against Apple, saying the tech giant was challenging "predatory" pricing from rival Amazon. The comments came as a federal appeals court panel heard arguments in the case, in which Apple was found to have…

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Thomas Gilbert found dead and turns to be a homicide

The founder of Wainscott Capital Partners was found dead in his bedroom in Manhattan, Beekman place Sunday evening, in what the police termed as a ‘staged crime scene’. He was pronounced dead at the crime scene. Mr. Thomas Gilbert was shot once and a gun was found lying on his chest with…

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Sarah Palin takes on PETA

Palin’s reputation has suffered quite a bit on numerous subjects, including the misinterpreted “I can see Russia from my house.” The former Alaskan governor has seen her fair share of bad press, but how will she react to the PETA organization’s criticisms of her son? Trig,…

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Oil’s Swift Fall Raises Fortunes of U.S. Abroad

A plunge in oil prices has sent tremors through the global political and economic order, setting off an abrupt shift in fortunes that has bolstered the interests of the United States and pushed several big oil-exporting nations — particularly those hostile to the West, like Russia, Iran and…

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Chinese government gaining a foothold on US campuses

China's authoritarian government is gaining a foothold on American campuses by funding dozens of institutes that project a rose-tinted view of the Asian nation that compromises the academic integrity of U.S. universities, a congressional hearing was told Thursday. Scholars of China testified…

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Tracy Morgan blames Walmart for his crash in New Jersey

Tracy Morgan has faced a serious accident last month that caused him serious damage and killed his fellow comedian Jimmy Mack. The actor was in rehab following the damage and has filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court on Thursday. The crash was followed by a Walmart truck that slammed…

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Royal household manager guilty of corruption

Royal household manager guilty of corruption

Ronald Harper, a former deputy property manager for the British royal household, has been found guilty of corruption. The property manager took £55,000 in bribes from friends in exchange for lucrative contracts at Kensington, St. James, and Buckingham Palace. Harpers annual budget was…
Police Ambush: What happened in Dallas?

Police Ambush: What happened in Dallas?

It all happened on the night of July 7th during a peaceful protest against police officers brutalizing black people. This racial conversation has become a hot topic in the United States creating an atmosphere that seems to open wounds from the time of the Civil Rights movement. This protest was…
Utah baby born missing the back of the skull

Utah baby born missing the back of the skull

Two parents, Ben and Alyssa Riedhead, prepared to bury their soon to be born child. Tests during the Riedhead’s first pregnancy revealed the crushing knowledge that the baby had been diagnosed with encephalocele, a deficiency in the skull where it doesn’t fully develop. Ben and Alyssa…
Battaglia to be executed in Dallas, Texas

Battaglia to be executed in Dallas, Texas

John Battaglia was accused and found guilty of the murder of his own two daughters, 6 year-old Liberty and 9 year-old Faith. On May 12, 2001, as revenge against the girls’ mother, Battaglia shot his daughters while he was talking to their mother who heard her daughter plead with him and then…
Canadian Pilot dies in Antarctica

Canadian Pilot dies in Antarctica

A veteran Canadian helicopter pilot David Wood, 62, has died near an Australian Antarctic base after falling into a 65 foot deep crack in an ice shelf. David Wood had over 30 years of flying experience. His home was in Manitoba, Canada, where he worked as a charter pilot, according to Bruno Meili of…

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Brazil Senate votes to indict President Rousseff while Olympics in progress

Just a week ago, all eyes were on Brazil for all the right reasons - the Olympic Games. However, this was not a good a time for ousting Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff. The country’s Senate was voting to have her impeached from office. As of August 3, 2016, more than three-quarters of…

Theresa May Set To Be Next Prime Minister of Britain

Andrea Leadsom recently left the position of Conservative Party leader. This paves the way for Theresa May becoming the next prime minister of the United Kingdom. May is now the Conservative Party leader and she will become the second woman to serve Britain as prime minister. Her colleagues have…

Three Syrians arrested in Germany accused of planning attacks

Three Syrian men suspected of planning a terrorist attack were arrested in Germany six days ago. The plan was plotted to attack Dusseldorf for the Islamic State. On Feb. 1 this year, a fourth Syrian man turned himself in Paris and provided intel on the attack. For four months, a plan to arrest the…

Brazil's President may be impeached

Impeachment of a politician at the level of a President or Prime Minister doesn’t happen very often, but Brazil is looking at that distinct possibility. Dilma Rousseff is the current President, and is facing massive pressure from millions of citizens to leave. The issue at hand is the…

Man attacks Iditarod teams with snowmobile

Iditarod races are a thing of beauty if you are a dog lover, and they are a popular activity in Alaska. Unfortunately, something horrific occurred during a recent race. A man on a snowmobile hit two teams of dogs, injuring three and killing one. When this news was first released, the story was…

Researchers in Russia unearth a Wooly Mammoth

Wooly mammoths date back to pre-historic times. Many remains have been found frozen in the tundra over the years. The tusks of these huge beasts have been measured up to 15 feet long and it is estimated an adult mammoth could weigh between 5 and 7 tons. Recently, researchers from Russia have…

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Germans question Germany’s refugee policies in wake of terror attacks

Germans question Germany’s refugee policies in wake of terror attacks

The last decade in Germany has been one that will probably be remembered as Germany’s golden age. However, this progress seems to have started to recede as a result of some policies, especially the one concerning refugees. Germans question the fact that allowing hundreds of thousands of…
Top 3 players of the LPGA Classic in Galloway, N.J. June 3-5

Top 3 players of the LPGA Classic in Galloway, N.J. June 3-5

On the beautiful Bay Course at the Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club in Galloway, New Jersey, the LPGA Classic took place on June 3-5, 2016. Now, there were so many appealing things that took place at the venue. There was lots of golf, lots of money in prizes, and, of course, the top golf women…
Muslim students forced to follow Swiss handshake rule

Muslim students forced to follow Swiss handshake rule

The decision of exempting Muslim students from shaking hands with their female teachers (a Swiss tradition) caused uproar in the country last month. The education authorities in the Northern Swiss municipality of Therwil in the canton of Basel-Country determined the controversial ruling should…
Abrini arrested Paris attack suspect

Abrini arrested Paris attack suspect

The recent terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels resonated around the world, and were some of the deadliest carried out within the west since 9/11. Following the attacks, authorities have gone after those responsible; not just to achieve justice, but even more importantly, to gain information…
Two Canadian women held in Panama prison

Two Canadian women held in Panama prison

Two Canadians, Natalia Stachowiak, a 21 year-old from Edmonton, and 27 year-old Calgarian, Christina Jocko are in a Panamanian prison. Their case has been in process by the federal government since November, 2014. They have been waiting for a judgement for two years to serve the sentence in their…
The attack on Bacha Khan University

The attack on Bacha Khan University

The attack on Bacha Khan University by the Pakistani Taliban has been another terrible disaster among many perpetrated by the terrorist group. The Pakistani Taliban has set fires to schools and they have opened fire at school children. The peak of these attacks started during December of 2014 when…