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  • British police end heroin inquiry into overdose death of Peaches Geldof
    British police end heroin inquiry into overdose death of Peaches Geldof
    Peaches Geldof, daughter of the lead singer for The Boomtown Rats and Live Aid organizer Bob Geldof, died at her home in Wrotham, Kent, outside London, England, of a heroin overdose on April 7, 2014. Ever since her death, investigators in England...
  • Image Comics Expo 2015
    Image Comics' Expo comes with exciting comic announcements
    The comic world has a lot to be excited about today due to many announcements and news from Image Comics’ third annual expo, IMAGE EXPO.The comic book publisher, created in 1992, has been busting out creative, imaginative, and innovative...
  • Zaid Hamid sentenced:  TV anchor gets 1,000 lashes for commentary
    Zaid Hamid sentenced: TV anchor gets 1,000 lashes for commentary
    The shocking story of Pakistan anchorman Zaid Hamid being sentenced to 1,000 lashes and eight years in jail by the government of Saudi Arabia is making headlines in the UK. The headline in the ibtimes.co.uk read, "Saudi Arabia: Pakistan's...
  • Zaid Hamid sentenced:  TV anchor gets 1,000 lashes and 8 years jail time (VIDEO)
    Zaid Hamid sentenced: TV anchor gets 1,000 lashes, prison time (VIDEO)
    Well-known Pakistani TV anchorman, analyst and commentator Zaid Hamid has been sentenced to eight years in jail and 1,000 lashes by a Saudi court for criticizing that government, the Tribune.com reported Wednesday. But those reports have not been...
  • robot kills man Volkswagen
    Robot kills man: Volkswagen employee struck, crushed by factory robot
    A robot killed a man in a Volkswagen plant located in Baunatal, which is nearKassel, Germany, The man was fatally injured when the machine struck him in the chest and crushed his body against a metal plate. The worker was reportedly a 22-year-old...
  • Alwaleed bin Talal
    Alwaleed bin Talal to give away entire $32 billion fortune to charity
    Alwaleed bin Talal is a Saudi prince who also happens to be an extraordinarily wealthy billionaire. You may rememberhim as the Saudi prince who invested hundreds of millions of dollars into Twitter. He holds a $300 million stake in theonline...
  • Jacob Gardner arrested for heckling Joel Osteen
    Joel Osteen heckled update: Church explains why members became hecklers (VIDEO)
    TheChurch of Wells is responding to questions about why it heckled Joel Osteen at a service his Lakewood Church on Sunday. For more on the controversy, including mugshots of suspects and video of the outburst click here.On Tuesday afternoon,...
  • Formosa Water Park explosion
    Formosa Water Park explosion: More than 500 injured as powder at party ignites
    A Formosa Water Park explosion has injured more than 500 people. Nearly 200 were hospitalized and in intensive care after a flammable powder reportedly exploded at the Taiwanese location. CNN shared the details on Sunday.The incident happened...
  • Yemen will again become a terrorist hotspot
    Yemen will again become a terrorist hotspot
    It was almost five years ago when President Ali Abdullah Saleh orderedhispolice to surrounda house in the Yemen's capital of Sana'a. Inside was a terroristinvolved in sending the terror packages on U.S.-bound flights, which triggered a...
  • 9/11 transformed CIA staff
    9/11 transformed CIA staff
    Many young people desire to work for the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), particularly the CIA's clandestine service.Maybe they have seen one too many Jason Bourne movies. However,a new breed of warrior has already enlistedinto the 17...
  • Carmen Aristegui autographing her book
    Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui sought her own demise
    Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui thought of herself as invincible. Many of her followers believed that whatever she said was true, regardless of the facts. She and some colleagues of hers, arrogantly assumed they could blatantly use a privately...
  • Stroke Screening
    Stroke Screening
    Stroke is usually caused by the buildup of fatty plaque inside the carotid arteries that cause the aorta to enlarge thus making the outer wall of the aorta to weaken that will eventually cause the aorta to rupture.High blood pressure, heart...
  • Street market
    Different rules for the fast food game abroad
    Hollywood, fast food, freedom, narcissism, bread, and weapons. That's what America exports. Despite that, outside of Europe and the Middle East, most of the world likes us, or at least envies us. And when you start to consider all the other...
  • Toyota exec Julie Hamp arrested for smuggling Oxycodone into Japan
    Toyota exec Julie Hamp arrested for smuggling Oxycodone into Japan
    Julie Hamp, 55, heralded recently as being hired on to bring diversity to the Japanese auto manufacturer as Toyota’s first female western senior executive, was arrested on June 18 on suspicion of importing an illegal pain drug, Oxycodone,...
  • Pope Francis met with a group of Boy Scouts Jun 13, 2015
    The Pope comes out in support of climate change science
    Even though the effects of climate change have roiled our area, from coastal erosion to Katrina, Louisiana Catholics and Christians have been slower to embrace this science than their non-religious or simply non-Christian counterparts.Yet,...
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