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Mike Rowe Surprising Response to Fan Asking for Help Finding a Job

Mike Rowe Surprising Response to Fan Asking for Help Finding a Job

Mike Rowe is famous for his role on Discovery Channel’s ‘Dirty Jobs,’ where he explores the nation’s dirtiest and most tedious vocations. He has also become solicited as a mentor by many fans who are trying to find a career that suits them best. Rowe responded to one of these fans giving him some help […]

Apple Has a New Enemy and It Isn’t Samsung

Apple Has a New Enemy and It Isn’t Samsung

Xiaomi, a privately owned Chinese smartphone manufacturer, has announced plans to enter ten new countries creating some competition for leading worldwide tech enemies Apple and Samsung. But will the move be enough to compete on the global pedestal? With its first smartphone — the MI-1 — launched in 2011, Xiaomi has become a major provider […]

FedEx Shooting Employee Opens Fire Injuring Six People

FedEx Shooting Employee Opens Fire Injuring Six People

Just before sunrise on Tuesday, police dispatchers received multiple active shooter calls from a FedEx facility just outside Atlanta, Georgia. At 5:54am, the shooter, a FedEx employee, opened fire inside the 500,000 square foot facility injuring six people before killing himself. FedEx employees have confirmed the shooter as a 19-year-old package handler at the Cobb […]

Denver 420 Marijuana Rally in the Park

Denver 420 Marijuana Rally in the Park

Colorado kicked off the 420 marijuana holiday weekend with a free rally at Civic Center Park, right on the lawn of the capitol building in Denver. Thousands of people of all ages and walks of life are showing up to listen to music, eat food, and partake in the formerly forbidden fruit that is marijuana. The […]

Mexico Artists Pay Taxes With Work

Mexico Artists Pay Taxes With Work

A law enacted in 1957 allows artists in Mexico to pay their income taxes with pieces of their work. David Alfaro Siqueiros, a Mexican artist, is fabled to be the father of the tax haven law for artists. In 1957, Siqueiros approached a senior government finance official on behalf of his friend who was in a […]

Japan Fukushima Radiation Reaching West Coast?

Japan Fukushima Radiation Reaching West Coast?

Concerns are being raised about the plumes of radiation released from the meltdown of Japan’s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear reactor during the tsunami that rocked the area in 2011. The radiation from Fukushima is floating through the Pacific Ocean from Japan and beginning to reach the west coast of America. Ken Buesseler, a research scientist […]

Global Warming Fight for Survival

Global Warming Fight for Survival

A report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) suggests that if the world does not meet a level of zero-emissions by the year 2100 humanity could be in trouble. At this moment 80 percent of all emissions comes from burning fossil fuels, which are melting the Arctic and acidifying the oceans. Scientists say […]

NASA Hackathon for the Future

NASA Hackathon for the Future

For the third consecutive year NASA is holding its International Space Apps Challenge which invites techies, scholars, and entrepreneurs from around the world to take place in a hackathon to discover new approaches to the future of technology and the science of Earth and space. This weekend, over 90 cities across six continents, including New […]

Ohio Man Bullies Disabled Kids Sentenced to Carry Sign

Ohio Man Bullies Disabled Kids Sentenced to Carry Sign

In a South Euclid community, courts hand out a different kind of justice. Ohio Municipal Court Judge Gayle Williams-Byers sentenced a man who was found guilty of bullying his neighbor’s disabled kids to carry a sign confessing his actions down a busy intersection in his community. The sign read “I AM A BULLY! I pick […]

Binge Drinking Raises Debate Over Drinking Age

Binge Drinking Raises Debate Over Drinking Age

In 1984 the National Minimum Drinking Age Act mandated that all 50 states prohibit the sale and possession of alcohol to all persons under the age of 21. Now, statistics of binge drinking on college campuses raises a debate over whether or not the drinking age is appropriate in the United States. According to the […]

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