February 2013

Violence, Carnage and Voting in Pakistan

The wave of violence engulfed Pakistan on its election day on May 11, 2013. Pakistan saw upsurge in violence across the country from small towns alongside border of Afghanistan to its key city of Karachi. City of Peshawar in Pakistan′s… Continue Reading →

"Curiosity" Investigates Hurricane Sandy

Los Angeles, U.S.A. — Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous weather events to hit the United States – affecting millions by floods, fires, blackouts and mass evacuations. But how did Sandy become such a powerful storm? Were there… Continue Reading →

Samsung Plans to Curb Excessive Corporate Drinking

The Samsung group is poised to start a campaign to curb excessive corporate drinking. Forcing employees to drink more as punishment for being late, to finish their glass at once, drinking alcohol out of a large bowl; these are the three… Continue Reading →

Mel Brooks: Legend in Conversation with Alan Yentob on HBO

From the groundbreaking TV series €œYour Show of Shows€ to landmark films like €˜Blazing Saddles′ and €˜Young Frankenstein′, Mel Brooks has been one of the most influential voices in comedy. Now, this entertainment legend looks back on his remarkable career… Continue Reading →

Youngstown Drowning Takes a Toddler′s Life too Soon

In addition to power outages and excruciating heat, an area in Northeast Ohio has encountered another obstacle, deadly water-related incidents including several drownings this month alone. And this past week, a toddler drowned in his very own swimming pool. It… Continue Reading →

Yeah Yeah Yeahs′ Mosquito is an Excellent Buzz in the Ears

After bursting onto the indie rock scene in 2003 with their first album ‘Forever to Tell’, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs haven′t looked back as they electrified fans with their sophomore album ‘Show Your Bones’ in 2006 and then came back… Continue Reading →

Colbie Caillat Stays €œBrighter Than the Sun€

Ever since the debut of her 2007 single, €œBubbly,€ 26-year-old Colbie Caillat has identified herself with sunny vibes, laid-back rhythms, and romantic optimism. Born and raised in California, Caillat is an American pop singer-songwriter and guitarist known for pop songs… Continue Reading →

‘Megan′s Law′ Killer Escapes the Death Penalty

On Tuesday June 14, a Trenton, New Jersey state appeals court ruled that the man convicted for the kidnapping, rape, and killing of a seven-year old girl should be allowed to pursue claims that his lawyers were ineffective during his… Continue Reading →

The Bloody “War of Angels” Undergoes Massive Overhaul

Los Angeles, U.S.A. — The Children of Laum and Disciples of Dertgotz can take up arms against each other like never before in the bloody conflict of War of Angels, the high-fantasy massively multiplayer online role-playing game from Neowiz Games. Players… Continue Reading →

FDA Completed Recommendatons for Three Drug User Fee Programs

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has completed its recommendations for three user fee programs that will help speed safe and effective drugs and lower-cost generic drug and biosimilar biological products to patients, FDA Commissioner Margaret A. Hamburg, M.D. said on… Continue Reading →

Student Tries to Drink Her Own Blood: Shocks School

This past week a young female student did something no one ever would have imagined. While sitting in her seat in her classroom at Marulamantsi Junior Secondary School in Botswana, she stood up and pulled out her sanitary pad while… Continue Reading →

Borneo Jazz 2014: The Magic Continues

Borneo Jazz 2014 rounded off another successful year as the festival came to an end last Saturday night. The festival was held at its distinctive location by the beach at Park City Everly Hotel, on May 9-10, 2014. At a… Continue Reading →

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