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Solar Eclipse to Occur After Recent Lunar Eclipse

Solar Eclipse to Occur After Recent Lunar Eclipse

A partial solar eclipse is expected to occur on Oct. 23 after a recent lunar eclipse took place about two weeks ago. In fact, this year has seen numerous astronomical events in regards to the moon and sun. Two total lunar eclipses have taken place, as well as three supermoon phases. Also, two new moons […]

Chelsea F.C. Contends With Multiple Injuries

Chelsea F.C. Contends With Multiple Injuries

Despite the dominant performance of his squad in their 6-0 Champions League defeat of Maribor, the match presented Chelsea F.C. manager Jose Mourinho with the latest of multiple injuries to players to contend with. Only fifteen minutes into the match, star striker Loic Remy left the pitch with what was later identified as a groin […]

Nicki Minaj Officially Calls It Quits With Boyfriend of 14 Years

Nicki Minaj Officially Calls It Quits With Boyfriend of 14 Years

Nicki Minaj has officially called it quits with her boyfriend of 14 years, Safaree. The rapper reportedly broke things off after the man became uncontrollably jealous of her success, something that they were supposed to have come to an agreement on when they first began dating. Sources that claim to be close to the former […]

Canadian Prime Minister Addresses the Nation

Canadian Prime Minister Addresses the Nation

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper addressed the nation following the shootings that took place at Parliament Hill this morning. He expressed condolences to the family and friends both of the soldier killed this morning and in the attack on Monday by Islamist State inspired terrorists, and wished for the rapid recovery of those others injured […]

Swedish Navy Hunt for Red October

Swedish Navy Hunt for Red October

This past weekend, the Swedish Navy spent time hunting the waters around Stockholm, potentially searching for the Red October, or some other object involved in unknown underwater activity, potentially from a foreign nation like Russia. The Swedish Ministry of Defense (MOD) made the original announcement on Friday, just before the start of two days of maneuvers by the nations […]

Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Cases Skyrocket Says WHO

Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Cases Skyrocket Says WHO

Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, or MDR TB,  is epidemic worldwide, and the World Health Organization (WHO) is reporting that improved data collection techniques now indicate that the number of reported cases of MDR-TB has skyrocketed. More than 500,000 cases of the disease have gone uncounted because of an error in the reporting and collecting of pertinent data. This […]

iPhone 6 Has More Pocket Problems

iPhone 6 Has More Pocket Problems

Apple has received yet another complaint  from users related to putting the iPhone 6 into pants pockets, specifically in this case denim jeans.  Users seeing a leak of the schematics this summer, many users were disappointed to see that Apple had opted to include protruding plastic strips on the back of the iPhone to accomodate […]

Spinal Cord Injury Treatment With Nasal Cells

Spinal Cord Injury Treatment With Nasal Cells

Nasal cells known as olfactory ensheathing cells, or OECs, may be the next big breakthrough in the treatment of spinal cord injury. Global news broke yesterday in the case of Darek Fidyka, a 38-year-old Bulgarian man who was paralyzed from the chest down following a knife attack that severed his spinal cord. Fidyka is now walking with the […]

Heidemarie Schwermer: Money Is Not Needed for a Good Life

Heidemarie Schwermer: Money Is Not Needed for a Good Life

A German woman by the name of Heidemarie Schwermer has been living out her life as any other person would. She gets the things she needs in order to survive in the world such as food, clothing, and a place to call home. The only difference between her and many others nationwide is that she […]

Monica Lewinsky to Use Past Experience to Fight Cyberbullying

Monica Lewinsky to Use Past Experience to Fight Cyberbullying

Monica Lewinsky plans to use the experience she gained from the bullying she received after her affair with President Bill Clinton, which became public in 1998, to fight cyberbullying. The affair turned her into a household name in the United States and beyond, with the media reporting intimate details of their 18-month relationship that led […]

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