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September 2011

Well-Known Honduran Journalist Found Dead After Kidnapping

Each and every year conditions for journalists are getting more dangerous. So far this year, 44 journalists have been killed, making the year of 2012 potentially the deadliest year for journalists since the International Press Institute began tracking such deaths… Continue Reading →

GTO Volume 4: 14 Days in Shonan Delivers More Laughs

Toru Fujisawa does not let readers down in Volume 4 of GTO: 14 Days in Shonan. Previously, readers were left with a cliffhanger as Onizuka discovered Seiya′s plan to get revenge on his mother′s violent and lazy boyfriend who forced… Continue Reading →

Most Wanted Bosses in Pockie Ninja II Original Listed

Pockie Ninja II Original players are challenged to bring a host of most wanted bosses to justice. While some powerful bosses and demons can be found within the challenging Devil City, others are out hiding in the wild of the… Continue Reading →

Doomsday Preppers Season 2 Premieres November 13

Washington, U.S.A. — If the Mayans were right, and the world ends December 21, 2012, are you prepared? Your neighbors might be, and they’re not sharing their supplies. Most of us barely have enough water to last 48 hours, but preppers… Continue Reading →

‘The Great Gatsby’ Worldwide Trailer Debut

Burbank, U.S.A. — From the uniquely imaginative mind of writer/producer/director Baz Luhrmann comes the new big screen adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby. The filmmaker created his own distinctive visual interpretation of the classic story, bringing the period to life in… Continue Reading →

Apple Customers of Iranian Descent Denied Services

Washington, U.S.A. – The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) on June 19 called on Apple to change its policy following reports of Farsi-speaking customers being denied service. CAIR is consulting with the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) on this and… Continue Reading →

Keynesian Economics Turned the Politicians Loose

Let′s talk about James Buchanan. No, not the last American president born in the 18th century. About James McGill Buchanan. Why him? He was a Nobel Prize laureate and American economist who got recognized for his study on public choice theory,… Continue Reading →

Is a College Degree Really Worth It?

Having a college degree is not as helpful as it once was. In today′s economy, graduates are struggling to get jobs after they finish school, and many employers will only hire people who have degrees in the field they need…. Continue Reading →

Schoolgirl Sheniz Erkan Takes Her Own Life

Sheniz Erkan (Left), an Australian schoolgirl from Melbourne, decided to take her own life, a week before her 15th birthday after being bullied at school and on social networking sites. It has been reported that more than 14,000 people have… Continue Reading →

“Legendary: The Essence of Icons” Homecoming

Washington, U.S.A. — Jacob York Presents, one of the nation’s premier nightlife brands, recently announced their celebrity line-up for the 2012 Howard University Homecoming festivities. Geared to be one of the biggest weekends to hit the DC area, guest appearances will include hip-hop… Continue Reading →

Packer Perfection Over The Texans

The Green Bay Packers kicked it up a notch on offensive and defense, handing the Houston Texans their first defeat of the season in a pummeling 42-24 victory at Reliant Stadium. Despite missing wide receiver Greg Jennings due to a… Continue Reading →

NFL Mock Draft (pre-Week 12): Picks 1-10

The NFL season is now well into its second half, and attention, particularly for those teams at the wrong end of the standings, is beginning to turn towards the 2014 NFL Draft. Based on current standings (pre-Week 12), here′s a… Continue Reading →

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