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North Korea Contemplates Cancelling Journalists’ Trip to Britain Over Ebola Panic

North Korea Contemplates Cancelling Journalists’ Trip to Britain Over Ebola Panic

North Korea has certainly been the center of a lot of controversy lately — from Sony Pictures’ movie fiasco The Interview and North Korea’s subsequent internet shutdown, to the revocation of development…

Three Things Small Business Owners Need to Know About Social Media in 2015

Three Things Small Business Owners Need to Know About Social Media in 2015

As we move into the new year, many marketers and small business owners are taking this time to evaluate what they’ve been doing for the last year and make plans…

Complications and Deaths from In-Vitro Fertilization Treatments Rare, According to 12-Year Study

Complications and Deaths from In-Vitro Fertilization Treatments Rare, According to 12-Year Study

The results of a 12-year study have revealed that Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) treatments, including drugs used to stimulate ovaries, pose an incredibly low risk for complications and are very rarely…

DoD Policy Change Highlights Importance of Private Renters Insurance for Military Members

DoD Policy Change Highlights Importance of Private Renters Insurance for Military Members

A change in how the Department of Defense structures Basic Allowance for Housing means that military members and families will no longer have renters insurance included in their privatized military…

Pope Francis Bequeaths Centuries Old Historical Document to the Filipino People

Pope Francis Bequeaths Centuries Old Historical Document to the Filipino People

Pope Francis gave the Philippines’ President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III an incredibly rare item as a gift during his visit to the Malacañang Palace on January 16 — a Nautical…

New Study Reveals that Asthma Sufferers Run a Higher Risk of Developing Sleep Apnea

New Study Reveals that Asthma Sufferers Run a Higher Risk of Developing Sleep Apnea

According to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, adults with asthma are more at risk for developing sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a breathing…

Florida Schools Ranking Drops Sharply Despite Strong Performance in Early Education, K-12 Achievement

Florida Schools Ranking Drops Sharply Despite Strong Performance in Early Education, K-12 Achievement

Florida’s public education system has dropped in national rankings from sixth to 28th. The assessment, determined byEducation Week, gave the state an overall “C” grade. It is likely that the…

Man Behind Washington Sweepstakes Scam Receives Sentence of Two Years in Prison

Man Behind Washington Sweepstakes Scam Receives Sentence of Two Years in Prison

A man from King County, WA who ran what authorities called a “cruel” sweepstakes scam, will spend two years behind bars, according to the Associated Press. A Seattle federal court…

NTSB Calls for More Action on Truck Safety, Says Should Be Higher Priority in U.S.

NTSB Calls for More Action on Truck Safety, Says Should Be Higher Priority in U.S.

Highway regulators are currently under scrutiny for failing to implement more than 100 recommendations designed to improve truck safety. This comes at a time when deaths related to trucking accidents…

Public Vaping Bans: Could They Cause E Cig Businesses to Go Up in Smoke?

Public Vaping Bans: Could They Cause E Cig Businesses to Go Up in Smoke?

The New Orleans City Council is proposing a ban on smoking in public places, including in smoke shops. But the sweeping legislation could have an unintended effect on businesses that…