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Anger in small Texas city of Hearne after cop shoots 93-year-old woman to death

Anger in small Texas city of Hearne after cop shoots 93-year-old woman to death

Friends and community leaders of Hearne demonstrated sheer protest in the small town of Texas against the murder of Pearlie Golden. They said to a private news channel that “Golden…

Prosecutor: CEO arrested, charged in South Korea ferry disaster

Prosecutor: CEO arrested, charged in South Korea ferry disaster

The CEO of the company who was running the business of passenger ferry – that drowned in South Korea killing more than 260 students- has been arrested. Prosecutor Yang Joong-jin…

Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau: A ruthless leader with a twisted ideology

Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau: A ruthless leader with a twisted ideology

He is the father of devil. His ideology is bitter than the ideology of cannibals. He is demon incarnate. He works in the shadowy world. His intention is to eliminate…

Nigeria abductions: 6 reasons why the world should demand action

Nigeria abductions: 6 reasons why the world should demand action

Go to China, if you wish to acquire education, these words of Prophet Muhammad clearly speaks the grave importance of education. One year ago, Boko Haram the leader of violent…

UNCW Servers Hacked, Continuing 2014’s String of Failing Cyber Security

UNCW Servers Hacked, Continuing 2014’s String of Failing Cyber Security

The University of North Carolina Wilmington announced yesterday that one of its servers had been breached by an unknown entity. The incursion comes with the possibility that student and teacher…

Obama skewers Republicans, Democrats, media at 100th White House correspondents’ dinner

Obama skewers Republicans, Democrats, media at 100th White House correspondents’ dinner

During the celebration of 100th anniversary of White House Correspondents’ Association, the President of United States seemed to be in funny mood. While talking with the journalists, Obama joked that…

Coal and Gas Remain King, Despite Growth of American Renewable Energy Sources

Coal and Gas Remain King, Despite Growth of American Renewable Energy Sources

Despite the massive growth and advancements in green energy output, the majority of Americans will remain dependent on natural gas and coal in the coming years. According to recent estimates…

Hot, Wet, and Humid Summer Predicted by Old Farmer’s Almanac

Hot, Wet, and Humid Summer Predicted by Old Farmer’s Almanac

This winter was brutal, with temperatures hitting record lows in spring months, sending many people to their knees, praying for a sliver of warm sunshine. It looks like their prayers…

Studies Show One Third of Americans Do Not Receive Adequate Dental Care

Studies Show One Third of Americans Do Not Receive Adequate Dental Care

Dentists recommend brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting the dentist at least twice a year for cleaning to prevent tooth decay, tooth loss, and periodontal disease. While these…

U.S. Senators Agree: Recalled GM Models Highly Dangerous; Ask Government to Petition Drivers to Park Affected Vehicles

U.S. Senators Agree: Recalled GM Models Highly Dangerous; Ask Government to Petition Drivers to Park Affected Vehicles

“Two Democratic U.S. senators on Monday called on the Department of Transportation to urge owners of 2.6 million recalled General Motors cars to stop driving them until they are repaired,…

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