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China’s stock market surge dream could easily bring about its worst nightmare

China’s stock market surge dream could easily bring about its worst nightmare

China’s ruling Communist Party has made it clear that it has a mortal enemy: social unrest. Separately, it has also made it clear that the… Read More ›

Apple wants to change the way we read news, and it could upend the entire media industry

Apple wants to change the way we read news, and it could upend the entire media industry

Starting in the fall, iPhone and iPad owners will notice yet another new Apple app on their iPhone called News. It’s a curated news service… Read More ›

New Orleans – New Orleans Police Officer Killed While Transporting Suspect

New Orleans – New Orleans Police Officer Killed While Transporting Suspect

  New Orleans – A handcuffed prisoner in a moving police cruiser managed to grab a gun, fatally shoot the officer at the wheel and… Read More ›

Boston – Men Accused In Terror Plot To Kill Pamela Geller Plead Not Guilty

Boston – Men Accused In Terror Plot To Kill Pamela Geller Plead Not Guilty

  Boston – Two men pleaded not guilty Friday to conspiring to support the Islamic State group in a plot to kill a conservative blogger… Read More ›

Columbia, SC – South Carolina Legislator Says Take Down Confederate Flag As Carolinians Rally Against It

Columbia, SC – South Carolina Legislator Says Take Down Confederate Flag As Carolinians Rally Against It

  Columbia, SC – The Confederate flag has no place on South Carolina Statehouse grounds, and it’s past time to remove the symbol of hatred,… Read More ›

UK army parachutist rescues teammate after chute fail

UK army parachutist rescues teammate after chute fail

London – A parachutist with the British Army’s Red Devils stunt team rescued a fellow jumper in a midair drama after his parachute failed during a… Read More ›

8 million mummified animals, mostly dogs, in catacombs at Egypt site

8 million mummified animals, mostly dogs, in catacombs at Egypt site

  For centuries, dogs have been humans’ loyal, domesticated companions. They’ve been wild animals, doing what’s needed to survive. And in ancient Egypt, they served… Read More ›

India ties itself in knots over International Yoga Day

India ties itself in knots over International Yoga Day

  Hong Kong – The Sanskrit word “yoga” may mean union but, for some in India, yoga has never been more divisive. June 21 marks the… Read More ›

There’s a new 3rd-largest oil importer in the world

There’s a new 3rd-largest oil importer in the world

India is now the world’s third largest importer of crude oil after the United States and China. The country’s oil imports have steadily climbed along… Read More ›

US investors are lining up to short Chinese stocks in record numbers

US investors are lining up to short Chinese stocks in record numbers

A 150% plus rally in just 12 months, along with steep falls earlier this week, seems to be drawing out US-based China bears. In record… Read More ›

The US defense industry is reeling after the latest massive cyber attack

The US defense industry is reeling after the latest massive cyber attack

PARIS (Reuters) – U.S. weapons industry executives say they are disappointed and frustrated about a massive U.S. cyber breach that exposed sensitive information about millions… Read More ›

New York – New York City Says Verizon Did Not Keep FiOS Promise

New York – New York City Says Verizon Did Not Keep FiOS Promise

  New York –  New York City said Verizon Communications Inc has failed to fulfill its promise to extend its FiOS high-speed Internet, television and… Read More ›

400-year-old cannon among Spanish Armada relics found off Ireland

400-year-old cannon among Spanish Armada relics found off Ireland

More than four centuries after it sank to the sea bed, the secrets of a Spanish Armada wreck are being uncovered off the west coast… Read More ›

Europe fails to get a deal on Greece

Europe fails to get a deal on Greece

Another deadline, another day without a deal. European officials and the International Monetary Fund have failed to strike a deal on Greece’s bailout program, bringing… Read More ›

Thailand confirms its first case of MERS, death toll rises to 24 in South Korea

Thailand confirms its first case of MERS, death toll rises to 24 in South Korea

Thailand has confirmed its first case of MERS, representing a further spread of the deadly respiratory disease from the Middle East to eastern Asia, Thai… Read More ›

Ramadan begins for Muslims of Israel and the world.

Ramadan begins for Muslims of Israel and the world.

The 30-day fast is a month of purification in which many try to ‘quit lying, gossip and profanity’; for others, it is a way to… Read More ›

Arson suspected in fire at church on Sea of Galilee

Arson suspected in fire at church on Sea of Galilee

No damage inflicted to Church of the Multiplication, two people suffer smoke inhalation; fire crews investigating incident   A fire broke out at the Church… Read More ›

Container shippers are in serious trouble

Container shippers are in serious trouble

This is what two unnamed container shipping executives, one from an Asian carrier, the other from a European carrier, told the Wall Street Journal about… Read More ›

Brian Williams is staying at NBC, but Lester Holt will be the permanent ‘Nightly News’ anchor

Brian Williams is staying at NBC, but Lester Holt will be the permanent ‘Nightly News’ anchor

  Newsman Brian Williams has reportedly reached an agreement with NBC to remain at the network, but not at the “Nightly News” desk. CNN reports… Read More ›

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 ›