I Have Done Something Dreadfully Wrong! Says Stephen Collins

According to the reports, the star of the “7th Heaven” Stephen Collins has confessed that he had the unsuitable sexual links with the three underage girls. The famous actor from the “7th Heaven” said in his statement to publication in the light of the child molestation allegations that arise in the middle of the divorce trial. The Stephen Collins was ...

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The Carbon Dioxide (Co2) Is Growing: But Not The Trees!

According to the scientists, the trees can use the growing attentions of the Carbon Dioxide in order to grow more, but according to the research, it is not just right! To fight against the climate change and in order to taking in the greenhouse gases the trees are definitely our allies. But according to the new research, that case might ...

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Criticism On The Obama’s Daughters: The GOP Staffer Resigns Washington (CNN)

A senior Republican staffer had to resign after putting her views about Obama’s daughters. According to her, “Obama’s daughters need to show a little class. This statement has been on the social media like a fire on this weekend. This resignation on Monday got confirmed by Elizabeth Lauten communication director for Tennessee Rep. Stephen Fincher. She was counterattacked when a ...

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Deals May Not Be The “Real Deals” This Black Friday

This Black Friday, the deals may not be the real deals because according to the recent surveys, a huge number of the stores are offering the last year’s stuff at the last year’s prices. The NerdWallet conducted a study about this Black Friday’s deals and as a result, they found that the 93% of the stores are presenting the year-old ...

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The Updated Sustainability Plan Has Been Released By The EPA

As the President Obama has launched a Climate Action Plan in order to cut down the carbon pollution and to lead in the clean energy, the Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan 2013 has been released by the EPA that highlights the actions designed for the next year in order to cut the energy and the waste in the agency operations. The ...

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The Race For The Top Tech Searches (2014): Apple Dominating!

Among the most popular tech searches in 2014, there are Apple’s iPhone, Apple’s upcoming “Apple Watch and the iPads – Yahoo results! This time, it was the iPhone 6 by the Apple that has got the most searches in 2014 as compared to any other technology term through the Yahoo search. The rivals behind were Nokia and the Samsung. According ...

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Media Blasted! For Domestic Abuse Details Reporting

There is a ban imposed on Ray Rice for attacking his wife and with this action, most of the women look like pleased, but interestingly, there appears to be a woman who looks like speaking up for the Ray Rice. His wife is still standing by him and in fact, she is apparently blaming the media instead of her husband ...

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Appointment Of The Technology Officer In New York City!

News has been received from the New York City that the Mayor Bill de Blasio is about to reveal the first ever chief technology officer to be appointed in the city. And this will happen at the New York Teck Meet Up’s 10th anniversary. The new chief technology officer Minerva Tantoco who is all set to be appointed has a ...

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Are The Americans Going To Respond To The Climate Change?

The National Audubon Society has released a report this week in which they have warned that the climate change is responsible for the migration of the bird species northward in the North America. They said in the report that hundreds of the bird species will leave the place more than semi of their present range over the upcoming few decades. ...

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The Jazz Musician “Gerald Wilson” Dies At 96

For the Gerald Wilson’s fans, his death news is like a big shock and they all are sad to hear this news as the jazz musician dies at the age of 96. The Gerald Wilson’s career started in 1930’s his performances were still winning the hearts of his fans even in the 21st century. The famous jazz musician Gerald Wilson ...

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The Gender Gap in Education: Much worrying Sign!

The GCSE results awarded this year have showcased that there is a huge gap between the results of the boys and girls as compared to the earlier decade. It was discovered after a careful analysis and it has been released by “Save the Children” concerning the children and literacy. The claim is that the results are long lasting, as if ...

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The Dutch Authorities released the MH17 Crash Report

The Dutch Authorities have released a report about the Malaysian plan flight MH1 crash on the 17th of the July in which 298 people were killed who was on board. According to the reports, no survivors were reported. The report is based on the preliminary results about the investigation on the cause of the crash of the Malaysian plan flight ...

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India Boost For Afghan Development

Afghanistan is basking today in the good news brought by Sushma Swaraj, India’s foreign minister who is on a two-day visit to the Islamic republic. After strained relations between the two countries during the period of the Afghan Civil War of the 1990s and the ensuing Taliban government, Swaraj’s visit marks an optimistic step for Afghanistan. Speaking in Kabul, where ...

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MH17 Crash Report Released By Dutch Authorities

The preliminary results for the investigations which looked at what might have caused the Malaysian plane flight MH1 to crash on 17 July killing a total of 298 people who were on board. No survivors were reported. According to the preliminary report which was released today by Dutch officials, the plane broke into parts mid air because it sustained structural ...

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Obama Plans An Offensive Against ISIS

The President of the United States will be consulting with the lawmaker this week to sell out his plans to fight the Islamic State militants. However, the president is trying to head off public outcry about another huge military involvement. Obama said that he would provide clear details about how the plan will be and will be talking to leaders ...

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Technology Officer Appointed In New York City

News has come out of New York City that Bill de Blasio the Mayor is about to unveil the first chief technology officer that the City has ever had. It has been scheduled to happen on the 10th anniversary of the New York Teck Meet Up. Minerva Tantoco who is set to become the new chief technology officer and she ...

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Mars Rover: Let The Show Begin

For two long years, NASA scientists have waited patiently for Mars rover Curiosity to finish its warm-up act and start the main show. Curiosity touched down on the moon more than two years ago, on August 6, 2012. So what has it been doing since then? Travelling, that’s what. The Mars lander has cautiously inched more than six miles across ...

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Young Citizen-Scientists Reveal Urban Bee ‘Surprise’

Patch of lavenders in the city has more bumblebees when compared to patches that are found in the countryside, according to a citizen-science report. Around 30,000 young children from across 400 schools in United Kingdom took part in the study which was dubbed the big Bumblebee Discovery. The first of the results were announced at the British-Science-Festival. Rather than finding ...

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Science Writers Often Face Discrimination

Three scientific studies about sexism and harassment which were carried out this summer arrived at conclusions which most people consider to be disturbing. The studies focused on the kind of experiences which female scientists go through while in the field, the second looked into experiences of hundreds of female writers in the science field and the third group looked into ...

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Dimon Responding Well To Cancer Treatment

The chief executive of JPMorgan Chase, Mr Jamie Dimon is now feeling fine and continues to be involved in the everyday tasks of the business. This is according to Maryanne Lake who is the company’s chief finance officer. Lake said on Tuesday that although Dimon was undergoing treatment for throat cancer, he is feeling good to the extent that he ...

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Simone Battle Autopsy Results to Be Released

Simone Battle, a member of the Girl Group has died, authorities reported on Saturday. Battle, aged 25,gained fame through television performance on a TV show named X Factor. Her band, which consists of five members had been signed by Dr. Luke who is a well known for his mega hits. “Battle was found dead in her home Friday” said Lt. ...

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Jazz Musician Dies At 96

The sad news has been received that the jazz musician Gerald Wilson has passed away at the age of 96. His career spanned from the 1930s and he was still performing in the 21st Century. His death was announced by his son Anthony Wilson and came two weeks after it was reported that he was suffering from pneumonia. His career ...

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Australia Mourns Jazz Singer Kerrie Bidell

Kerrie Bidell is going to be remembered fondly for a number of reasons. She is already considered one of the most distinguished jazz performers that has come out of Australia, but also as someone who stuck to her art and chose to keep performing in a way she wanted to rather than accept international fame and run away to Las ...

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Concern Growing Over Advertising On American Shows Aired In Canada

There have been warnings from a media marketing company regarding the possibility of a great number of job losses if Canada’s broadcast regulator continues with the changes that are suggested. The comments have come from GoupMCanada and they claim that if there is a bar put on broadcasters in Canada from putting out Canadian adverts when there are shows airing ...

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Media Blasted For Reporting Domestic Abuse Details

While most women seem to be pleased that Ray Rice has been banned after attacking his wife, there is one woman who it appears is speaking up for him. Not only is his wife standing by him, but she is apparently blaming the media rather than him for the ban. Since the footage of him striking her has been shown, ...

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Will Americans Ever Respond To Climate Change?

A report released by the National Audubon Society this week warns that climate change is responsible for the gradual northward migration of bird species in North America. According to the report hundreds of species will desert more than half of their current range over the next few decades. The Audubon Society’s chief scientific officer, Gary Langham, told media that displaced ...

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Climate Change Threatens Half Of Birds In North America

Reports have emerged that almost half of all bird species which are found in North America face the danger of population decline by the year 2080 if the rate at which global warming is taking place is not stopped. This was reported in a research which was released by the National Audubon Society which was released on Monday. “The massive ...

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EPA Looking For Ways To Curb Methane Emission

The Environmental Protection Agency of the United States seems to be laying the foundation that is aimed at reducing the amount of greenhouse gases According to Gina McCarthy, the agency’s administrator, the agency is trying to reduce its emission of methane gas which is one of the gases that contribute to rapid climate change. In a forum hosted by Barclays ...

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Gender Gap In Education Worse That It Has Been For 10 Years

After careful analysis it has been discovered that the GCSE results awarded this year have shown that there is the biggest gap between the results of girls and boys than there has been for more than a decade. This is according to a report that has been released by Save the Children regarding children and literacy. The report claims that ...

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