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The US is reportedly changing the face of the $10 bill

The US is reportedly changing the face of the $10 bill

Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew announced on Wednesday that the Bureau of Engraving and Printing will replace the current portrait of Alexander Hamilton from… Read More ›

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – Muslims Worldwide To Mark The Start Of Ramadan

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – Muslims Worldwide To Mark The Start Of Ramadan

  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – Muslims around the world will mark the start of Ramadan on Thursday, a month of intense prayer, dawn-to-dusk fasting and… Read More ›

New York – Escape Highlights Relationships Between Inmates, Prison Employees

New York – Escape Highlights Relationships Between Inmates, Prison Employees

  New York – Reports that a sexual relationship had developed between two escaped New York inmates and a prison employee who has been charged… Read More ›

New York – NY Auto Dealers To Pay $14 Million For Selling Illegal Services

New York – NY Auto Dealers To Pay $14 Million For Selling Illegal Services

  New York – Three New York auto dealers have agreed to pay nearly $14 million to customers who were unlawfully sold credit repair, identity… Read More ›

The king with 100 wives

The king with 100 wives

  Abumbi II, the 11th fon, or king, of Bafut, Cameroon, has close to 100 wives. They weren’t all his to start. According to local… Read More ›

Carter, Dempsey paint bleak picture of Iraq situation

Carter, Dempsey paint bleak picture of Iraq situation

Washington – America’s two top defense officials presented a dismal outlook on the situation in Iraq Wednesday during testimony before the House Armed Services Committee, even… Read More ›

U.S.-Russia military tit for tat raises fears of greater conflict

U.S.-Russia military tit for tat raises fears of greater conflict

Washington – The war of words between America and Russia is escalating. So, too, is the movement of implements of war — from U.S. fighter jets… Read More ›

Hungary to build border barrier as EU migrant crisis rages

Hungary to build border barrier as EU migrant crisis rages

Budapest says it has commenced 13-foot-high wall along Serbian frontier to keep illegal immigrants out   BUDAPEST (AFP) — Hungary said Wednesday it was building… Read More ›

Inside the Islamic State: A Nation of Terror

Inside the Islamic State: A Nation of Terror

Locals recently liberated from Islamic State rule describe a reality of fear, death, and tight control under the chaotic rule of Islamic extremism. When the… Read More ›

South Africa’s near-arrest of one of the world’s most brutal dictators is turning into a complete mess

South Africa’s near-arrest of one of the world’s most brutal dictators is turning into a complete mess

  For a few hours, the future of a country of 38 million people may have hinged on the decision of a South African judge.… Read More ›

Here’s how a talented workforce can grow a state’s economy

Here’s how a talented workforce can grow a state’s economy

CEOs looking to expand their company’s operations will tell you that long before the celebratory ribbon-cuttings take place, their executive teams conducted serious research about… Read More ›

An influential Google Maps exec just got poached to build products at Uber

An influential Google Maps exec just got poached to build products at Uber

  Google’s former head of Maps, once seen as one of Google’s most influential execs, just got poached by Uber, according to Re/code. Business Insider has… Read More ›

Seattle, WA – Amazon Aims To Expand Shipping By Hiring Delivery Staff Using An App

Seattle, WA – Amazon Aims To Expand Shipping By Hiring Delivery Staff Using An App

  Seattle, WA – Amazon is once again working on a new project that would speed up delivery by creating an app that would pay… Read More ›

Mcallen, TX – Is Texas Spending $800M To Create Its Own Border Patrol?

Mcallen, TX – Is Texas Spending $800M To Create Its Own Border Patrol?

  Mcallen, TX – When former Gov. Rick Perry ordered a big reinforcement of security at the Mexico border in 2011, Texas bought six new… Read More ›

Kurdish fighters claim capture of key Syrian border town

Kurdish fighters claim capture of key Syrian border town

Baghdad, Iraq – Kurdish fighters claimed Tuesday to have taken the strategic Syrian town of Tal Abyad from ISIS. The town is close to the border… Read More ›

Why Singapore is putting its oil back into the ground

Why Singapore is putting its oil back into the ground

They’re found 150 meters below the ground, taller than a nine-storey building and, once complete, will store 9 million barrels of oil. The Jurong rock… Read More ›

Iran likely to score concession from West on nuclear deal

Iran likely to score concession from West on nuclear deal

Washington – Secretary of State John Kerry acknowledged Tuesday that the Iran nuclear deal most likely won’t require the country to detail suspected past efforts to… Read More ›

UK police seek 3 sisters, 9 kids feared traveling to Syria

UK police seek 3 sisters, 9 kids feared traveling to Syria

12 members of Dawood family reported missing; fathers of children make appeal to wives to make contact   LONDON — The husbands of three British… Read More ›

Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leader sentenced to death in Cairo

Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leader sentenced to death in Cairo

Court gives former president Morsi life in prison in espionage case.   An Egyptian court sentenced Muslim Brotherhood leader Khairat el-Shater, Mohamed el-Beltagy and Ahmed Abdelaty… Read More ›

Millennials’ banking habits could make Wall Street obsolete

Millennials’ banking habits could make Wall Street obsolete

  Half of millenial consumers would consider swapping Google or Apple in for their current financial services provider, according to a study provided to Business… Read More ›