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Judo Federation Bans Members From Teaching MMA

Judo Federation Bans Members From Teaching MMA

The French Judo Federation has issued a statement banning members from teaching MMA. Over the past several days, the president of the French Judo Federation, Jean-Luc Rouge, has banned any judo coach or competitor from teaching any form of MMA. Currently, the sport of MMA is illegal in the country of France due to being […]

Adults Are More Flu Less Than They Think

Adults Are More Flu Less Than They Think

While it may seem like the flu is an annual problem, odds are adults are blaming the wrong bug. The reality is that flu resistance gets better with age. Once adults are more or less over 30, they get the flu far less than most people think. A new British study suggests that the typical […]

Ferguson Police Department Found to Have Racial Bias

Ferguson Police Department Found to Have Racial Bias

An investigation into the acts of police officers in Ferguson has now released information that the Department of Justice believes the Ferguson Police Department to have racial bias. The investigation came as a result of the Michael Brown shooting, in which the officer responsible for the death of Brown was found not guilty by the […]

Seattle Mariners Look to Make Waves in 2015

Seattle Mariners Look to Make Waves in 2015

Spring training has began for Major League Baseball. (MLB) Teams all across the country are preparing for the 2015 campaign. Last years World Series Champion San Francisco Giants are looking to repeat as champions, the Washington Nationals are regarded as one of the best teams since the 1927 Yankees, and the St. Louis Cardinals are […]

Minimum Wage Raise in Washington State

Minimum Wage Raise in Washington State

Washington State’s House of Representatives has voted to raise the state’s minimum wage to $12 per hour. The House representatives voted 51-46 this afternoon to raise its minimum wage, even though the state has the nation’s highest minimum hourly wage at $9.47 per hour. The bill, House bill 1355, will raise the state’s minimum wage over […]

How to Squeeze in Time for Exercise at Work

How to Squeeze in Time for Exercise at Work

The old adage, Your health is your wealth, is as relevant today as it has always been, and fitness is one of the most important areas upon which to improve in the quest for good health. Nevertheless, in today’s hectic world of rushing from work to home and running errands, it is difficult to squeeze time […]

Georgia Executions on Hold Due to Cloudy Lethal Injection Drugs

Georgia Executions on Hold Due to Cloudy Lethal Injection Drugs

Currently, executions in Georgia are on hold due to the lethal injection drugs looking “cloudy.” Sources state that the woman who was to be executed, Kelly Renee Gissendaner was suppose to be put to death at 7 p.m. eastern, on Monday. This is now the second time that Gissendaner’s execution has been postponed, the first […]

Climate Change May Be Caused by Solar Activity

Climate Change May Be Caused by Solar Activity

The Earth’s climate is very much influenced in its complex interactions by how the Sun acts with the atmosphere. Scientists stated they do not fully understand the impact of solar activity on climate change because it is always fluctuating. Though, a new study published in the journal Geology shows that the Sun has an incredible […]

Violence in Syria Linked to Drought

Violence in Syria Linked to Drought

A record drought in Syria, intensified by the impact of global warming, has been linked to the worsening violence in the region. Scientists have recently conducted a study that shows man made climate change can directly affect violence in the region. Researchers from Columbia University in New York City and University of California in Santa […]

Sweet Briar College to Close Over Financial Issues

Sweet Briar College to Close Over Financial Issues

Sweet Briar College will close its doors to students after a 114-year run of producing successful, well-rounded graduates. The college’s board of directors voted to close the prestigious college at the end of the current academic year due to unfortunate financial matters. According to a press release, Sweet Briar College’s board voted on Friday and has […]

Villarrica Volcano in Chile Erupts

Villarrica Volcano in Chile Erupts

The Villarrica Volcano in Chile has erupted. The volcano located near Santiago, Chile erupted early morning on Tuesday around 3:00 A.M., local time. The volcano sent lava and ash spewing into the sky and nearby residents were forced to evacuate. According to The Huffington Post, around 3,500 people were evacuated after the National Emergency Office […]

ISIS Hit by U.S. Air Strikes

ISIS Hit by U.S. Air Strikes

The United States its coalition of Western partners have staged 14 air strikes against ISIS insurgents in Syria and Iraq since early yesterday, according to the group leading the air strikes – the Combined Joint Task Force. The attacks included six air strikes around the border town of Kobani, Syria. During the air strike, three […]

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