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  • Chinese handymen play real life Legos as 57-story skyscraper built in 19 days
    Chinese handymen play real life Legos as 57-story skyscraper built in 19 days
    The Broad Sustainable Company in China has laid claim to being the fastest builders in the world today, as the company assembled its resources to raise the awe-inspiring Mini Sky City.The blustering “look-at-me” project is located in...
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    Kim Jong Un cancels on Vladimir Putin 10 days before scheduled visit
    Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea had a trip planned to visit Moscow and Russian President Vladimir Putin next month, but there was a change of plan for Kim. The visit was scheduled to be during Moscow’s Victory Day parade, May 9, which...
  • Pope Francis Climate Change
    Pope Francis and the Vatican to address climate change
    On Tuesday, April 28, the world’s political, scientific and religious leaders met to address a jarring global concern: climate change. “Climate change is approaching much faster than one may think,” United Nations Secretary...
  • Russian Biker Gang, The Night Wolves
    Putin-backed bikers stopped at Polish border, not permitted entry
    Ten members of the Night Wolves, an Ultra-Patriotic Putin-backed Russian biker gang, were stopped by Polish border guards at the country’s border with Belarus Monday morning, April 27. The Night Wolves’ attempt to ride through Poland...
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    Putin and Kim Jong-un to meet in Moscow as part of Russia's 'Look East' policy
    Vladimir Putin’s Russia and Kim Jong-un’s North Korea have a few things in common: they share an international border; have a penchant for throwing wrenches into diplomatic arrangements; and are both sanctioned by the United States....
  • Pacific trade deal ‘suicidal’ for U.S.
    Pacific trade deal ‘suicidal’ for U.S.
    Congress is inching toward fast tracking a Trans-Pacific Partnership that critics call “suicidal.” Sen. Elizabeth Warren accused President Barack Obama of lying about her and other TPP opponents.By approving “fast track authority...
  • What you should know before your first trip abroad
    What you should know before your first trip abroad
    Traveling abroad can be an exciting yet overwhelming experience for the first time traveler. To make your trip preparation a lot more easy, here are a few things you should know before you go.Travel DocumentsYou will need your passport! If you are...
  • Augustana College Continues Independent and International Film Series
    Augustana College Continues Independent and International Film Series
    Augustana College has announced the schedule for their latest Independent and International Film Film Series. Beginning Thursday, April 23rd, fans of unique and inventive feature films will be able to check out some eclectic features on the campus...
  • Gary Monroe and Bestrice Lillie
    How to make a Rock'n'Roll Superstar, The Gary Monroe Way
    Gary Monroe has a prolific history in the music business. Dating back to late 1973 and early 1974, Gary began a long established career in music management starting with the stars of the 1970’s number one hit show, “Happy Days”....
  • Young woman dies after taking over the counter diet pills
    Young woman dies from diet pills that "burned her from within"
    After the death of a 21-year-old British woman that purchased diet pills online died last week, the authorities began notifying the public today about purchasing diet pills online, reports Yahoo news.Eloise Aimee Parry ingested eight pills that...
  • Former Univision host, Raul Gonzalez at Telemundo
    Hispanic viewers stand to gain from Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger
    Much has been said about the negative impact that a media merger between the top two cable operators in the country could bring. Many believe that is the reason television and cable networks are opposed to it. Or is it?For many networks, this may...
  • Russia sells missiles to Iran; Israel, U.S. are skeptical
    Russia sells missiles to Iran; Israel, U.S. are skeptical
    On Monday, April 13, Russian President Vladimir Putin lifted a 2010 ban on missile sales to Iran. The announcement comes less than two weeks after “Iran reached a framework agreement with world powers, including Russia and the United States,...
  • Eduardo Galeano dies at 74
    Author Eduardo Galeano dies at 74
    Writer and journalist Eduardo Galeano died today in his born country Uruguay, South America, at 74 years old in a medical center where he was admitted last Friday due to complications related to the lung cancer who he suffered since 2007.Galeano...
  • Debris from Japan 2011 tsunami discovered floating off Oregon coast
    Debris from Japan 2011 tsunami discovered floating off Oregon coast
    The story of debris found floating off the coast of Oregon is making headlines in the UK. The headline in the Daily Mail over the weekend read, "Ship wreck floating off Oregon coast is debris from Japanese tsunami four years ago. Japanese...
  • Debris believed from Japan 2011 tsunami found along Oregon coast
    Debris believed from Japan 2011 tsunami found along Oregon coast
    Debris from the tsunami that devastated parts of Japan in 2011 was found adrift just off the Oregon coast, CNN reported Saturday. The tsunami debris is being confirmed by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.The parks department reports that...
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