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    Advent I: A World in Need of Hope
    Advent is the season that celebrates the coming of Christ. It is both a season and story of hope and Luke starts the story in the days when there was very little of it. After a brief introduction, he begins “In the days of Herod, king of...
  • Tower Bridge glass walkway
    Glass panel in Tower Bridge walkway shatters 140 feet above Thames
    Within two weeks of opening, Tower Bridge’s latest attraction, which cost 1 million pounds, is already broken. According to the Huffington Post on Monday, the glass walkway that is suspended 140 feet above the River Thames had one of its...
  • Craigslist has been hacked
    Craigslist has been hacked
    The international ad and personals website, Craigslist, has been the latest victim of a massive hack according to a Nov. 24, 2014, report in the International Business Times. The attack was a domain name system hijack that has shut the site down...
  • Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 crash location 'being withheld': Airline CEO
    Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 crash location 'being withheld': Airline CEO
    Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has been missing for seven-and-a-half months, and the CEO of Emirates Airlines, Sir Tim Clark, says that the search for the missing plane could be aided if there was more transparency on the part of the Malaysians....
  • Congo is Ebola free according to the World Health Organization
    WHO proclaims Congo is Ebola-free
    Congo is Ebola-free according to the World Health Organization on Friday. The African country had been battling Ebola since the WHO was notified of a breakout on August 24. Since the outbreak, 66 cases of Ebola have been treated including eight...
  • Al Qaeda denounces ISIS via Twitter in the newest Al Qaeda-ISIS rift
    Al-Qaeda ISIS rift: Al-Qaeda in Yemen take to Twitter and denounces ISIS
    The al-Qaeda branch in Yemen has denounced ISIS on Friday after the group announced a caliphate on the territory seized in Syria and Iraq. The al-Qaeda group does not condone the ISIS missions of expansion and believe that ISIS actions are "...
  • Blood samples stolen in Guinea suspected to have Ebola virus
    Ebola blood samples stolen in Guinea ignite new fears
    Highway robbers stopped a taxi cab in Guinea and stole the contents. Unfortunately the taxi was making it's way fromthe central Kankan prefecture to a test site in southern Gueckedou. The unlucky bandits stole blood samples suspected to be...
  • Op-Ed: Message to Toronto: Leave Uber alone
    Op-Ed: Message to Toronto: Leave Uber alone
    It has been years since I was in a Toronto taxicab. The last time I was in one, it was too expensive, the driver was rather discourteous and the ride was pretty dangerous (slamming of the brakes and high speeds). Even today, I notice taxicabs...
  • October 2014 global temperatures break monthly record
    NOAA reports global temperatures for October highest on record
    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Thursday released its latest monthly global temperature analysis, reporting that at 1.33 degrees Fahrenheit above the 20th century average (57.1 degrees Fahrenheit) the October 2014...
  • Please, shut up and just do your job
    Republicans will not just do their jobs
    Now that the Republican Party has taken majority in both Senate and House, one would think they would have something better to do with their time except bash the president and continue their obstructionist ways. One would be wrong.Salving their...
  •  President Vladimir Putin's Russian successor could be global catastrophe
    Vladimir Putin a thorn for West, next Russian president 'could be a nightmare'
    President Vladimir Putin has made some savvy political moves during the Obama Administration that has many people talking around the world of his rise to power as a global barometer. Arguably, Russia's Putin has enjoyed a sudden surge to power...
  • Premature birth proven to be world's top child killer
    Premature birth proven to be world's top child killer
    More children across the world die from premature birth than form any disease. More children under the age of five die from complications that result from premature birth than from any other cause. Dr. Andres de Francisco of the Partnership for...
  • Comet: UFO conspiracy suggest 67P contains alien life
    Rumors gaining steam: Rosetta lander hacked by aliens, comet a UFO
    It began as rumors and the typical chatter that accompanies anything NASA does or fails to do. The latestconspiracy theoryclaims a cover up is underway: the United States and the European Space Agency (ESA) are hiding the fact that Comet 67P is a...
  • Setting the watchdogs on illegal fishing with Global Fishing Watch
    Setting the watchdogs on illegal fishing with Global Fishing Watch
    Illegal fishing costs billions of dollars per year which includes job losses (in the hundreds of millions) and the threat on fishing communities. Also, and arguably more importantly, illegal fishing contributes to a dwindling down of fish...
  • World War 3 looming: The real threat of Russia's military might
    World War 3 looming: The real threat of Russia's military might
    Just how much of a threat does Russia actually pose to the nation's of eastern Europe, especially those along the Baltic Sea or among the Nordic states? And how real is the threat of World War 3, even if President Vladimir Putin took his game...