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New York – Most Inmates Who Escape Get Caught: How Some Were Nabbed

New York – Most Inmates Who Escape Get Caught: How Some Were Nabbed

  New York – One escaped inmate was captured wearing his victim’s baseball cap. Two other fugitives were too busy enjoying wine and cheese to… Read More ›

New planet discovered by 15-year-old intern

New planet discovered by 15-year-old intern

  Advice to interns: work hard and make your mark. And if you can discover a new planet while you’re at it, you could also… Read More ›

Scientist reveal how many days a week you need to work out to actually make a difference

Scientist reveal how many days a week you need to work out to actually make a difference

How much should you exercise? Many of us have certain ideas in our heads about what works best to keep us “in shape” and what does… Read More ›

Actor volunteering with Kurdish fighters in Syria appeals for help fighting ISIS

Actor volunteering with Kurdish fighters in Syria appeals for help fighting ISIS

For British actor Michael Enright, the release of video footage by ISIS showing the August killing of U.S. journalist James Foley first motivated him to… Read More ›

Google is starting a new company to improve cities

Google is starting a new company to improve cities

Google is starting a new, independent urban innovation company called Sidewalk Labs that aims to improve cities, according to a post on Google+ by CEO Larry… Read More ›

China is done with ‘microphone diplomacy’ over its moves in the South China Sea

China is done with ‘microphone diplomacy’ over its moves in the South China Sea

  WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Differences between the United States and China over the South China Sea and cyber security should not be addressed by “microphone… Read More ›

New York – Why Americans Are Getting New Credit Cards

New York – Why Americans Are Getting New Credit Cards

  New York – A big change is happening inside your wallet. U.S. banks, tired of spending billions each year to pay back fleeced consumers,… Read More ›

London cinemas reject calls to boycott Israel Film Festival

London cinemas reject calls to boycott Israel Film Festival

40 of Britain’s filmmakers and artists, all well known for their strong criticism of Israel, write open boycott letter. LONDON – With memories of last… Read More ›

NGO publishes a preemptive strike against UN’s report on Gaza war

NGO publishes a preemptive strike against UN’s report on Gaza war

Report also heavily criticizes NGOs that have filed reports and statements alleging the IDF committed war crimes during July-August war.   NGO Monitor late Tuesday… Read More ›

Washington – House Votes To Repeal Country-of-origin Labeling On Meat

Washington – House Votes To Repeal Country-of-origin Labeling On Meat

                      Washington –  House Republicans voted    Wednesday to repeal a law requiring  country-of-origin labels… Read More ›

South Korea MERS outbreak: Officials brace for ‘most important period’

South Korea MERS outbreak: Officials brace for ‘most important period’

Seoul, South Korea – In the third week of the MERS outbreak, South Korea is bracing for what national officials call “the most important period” in… Read More ›

After prayer at the grave of the Grand Lubavitcher Rebbe, American Pharaoh wins the Triple Crown

After prayer at the grave of the Grand Lubavitcher Rebbe, American Pharaoh wins the Triple Crown

At long last, the Triple Crown drought is over. American Pharoah led all the way to win the Belmont Stakes by 5 ½ lengths on Saturday, becoming the… Read More ›

Head of the UN Ban Ki-moon likely to oppose placing Israel on rights abuse list

Head of the UN Ban Ki-moon likely to oppose placing Israel on rights abuse list

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon indicated that the international body would not include Israel in its list of entities committing “grave violations against children,” officials at… Read More ›

Billionaire philanthropists launch anti-tobacco industry fund in Abu Dhabi

Billionaire philanthropists launch anti-tobacco industry fund in Abu Dhabi

Billionaire philanthropists Michael Bloomberg and Bill Gates launched a joint fund in Abu Dhabi to help developing countries pass tobacco-control laws in their legal battle… Read More ›

More than 50 people killed in Yemen’s mosque bomb attack

More than 50 people killed in Yemen’s mosque bomb attack

At least 55 people were killed in triple suicide bombings that targeted mosques attended by Shiite Huthi militiamen in the Yemeni capital, medics said. Dozens… Read More ›

Tokyo police investigates death threats against U.S. ambassador

Tokyo police investigates death threats against U.S. ambassador

Tokyo police are investigating death threats against U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy and another American diplomat, according to media reports. The U.S. Embassy in… Read More ›

Museum attack in Tunis

Museum attack in Tunis

Gunmen in military uniforms attacked a museum in downtown Tunis around noon on Wednesday, killing 19 people, officials said. Security forces later advanced into the… Read More ›

Ten Americans exposed to Ebola virus were flown to the United States for observation

Ten Americans exposed to Ebola virus were flown to the United States for observation

At least 10 Americans possibly exposed to the deadly Ebola virus were being flown to the United States from Sierra Leone for observation, the U.S.… Read More ›

Eight suspected Islamic militants in a dawn raid were arrested in Spain

Eight suspected Islamic militants in a dawn raid were arrested in Spain

Spanish police arrested eight suspected Islamic militants in a dawn raid who were planning attacks in Spain and were recruiting fighters to send to Syria… Read More ›

After receiving threats US embassy in Saudi Arabia shuts

After receiving threats US embassy in Saudi Arabia shuts

The US embassy in Saudi Arabia said it had suspended consular services in the kingdom for two days due to “heightened security concerns”, after warning… Read More ›