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Battle Lines Drawn: Spheres of Survival
Geopolitical chaos procreating a chaotic leaderless world is sucking the literal life out of human hope. The tentacles of austerity...
The Parents Role in Selecting Books for Their Children
Las Cruces, U.S.A. -- Parents know that knowledge is power, and reading is the key to this power. However, many parents struggle...
Taylor Swift’s RED is Taking Over
Nashville, U.S.A. -- Released less than a month ago, Taylor Swift's fourth studio album, 'Red', is already approaching...
China’s Presumed Political Heir Xi Jinping Disappears
Xi Jinping, the presumed heir to the current General Secretary and President Hu Jintao, has been away from the public eye for ten days...
West and Smiley Go on Poverty Tour 2.0
Washington, U.S.A. -- While the nation awaits the imminent release of the latest numbers on poverty from the U.S. Census...
Google Settles Copyright Lawsuit in France
Google is still facing many lawsuits related to its goal of digitalizing every book worldwide before 2020; however, on Monday...
Criticism Over NY Times Article On New Orleans’ 9th Ward
WASHINGTON, U.S.A. - America's Wire released a commentary by Jenga Mwendo, a community activist in New Orleans, who strongly...
The Best, Most Disgusting Reporting on Food Safety
The recent brouhaha over pink slime (and other lovely mass meat production processes) is only the beginning. Here’s our roundup...
International Journalism Festival 2012 Starts in Perugia, Italy
The sixth edition of the International Journalism Festival (IJF) in Italy has just started. For five days, from April 25 to 29, the city...
The Woman Who Wasn’t There: Special Investigation of 9/11
Out of the ashes of the Twin Towers emerged a group of survivors. They had all been through hell and back, but one survivor...
Scholastic to Launch New York Times Author Maggie Stiefvater
Scholastic, the global children's publishing, education and media company, announced recently that it will publish a new four-book...
The Third Jihad: Producers Respond to Anti-Islam and Hate Claims
The producers of The Third Jihad: Radical Islam's Vision for America have a direct response to media outlets that have referred...
NatGeo Pairs With Ridley and Tony Scott ‘Killing Lincoln’ Documentary
National Geographic Channel President Howard T. Owens announced recently that the network has partnered with Tony and Ridley...
Time Multimedia Director to Join Medill Journalism Faculty
Craig Duff, former director of multimedia and chief video journalist at TIME, will join the Medill faculty in February as a clinical...
Johnson & Johnson Reaches Agreement with F.D.A.
Johnson&Johnson, manufacturer of various medical products including children’s Tylenol, reached an agreement with federal...
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The Last Stand: Schwarzenegger's Return to Cinema
Action icon Arnold Schwarzenegger returned to cinema, full-throttle, for an all-out...
The Enchanting Music of Italian Singer-Songwriter Max Gazzè
The Italian indie-pop singer-songwriter Max Gazzè has been touring Italy and Europe...
Forest Whitaker, Actor with the 'Energy of a Mountain'
Playing the head of the FBI operation in the action movie ‘The Last Stand’, is Oscar...
Burns and Soderbergh - A Winning Team for 'Side Effects'
Producer Gregory Jacobs has noted that new movie ‘Side Effects’ is perhaps the first...
Arnold Schwarzenegger on Experience with 'The Last...
On the heels of seven years as Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger had planned...
'Side Effects': Rooney Mara Explores Use of Medication
‘Side Effects’ is a provocative thriller about Emily and Martin, a successful...
All-American 'The Last Stand' Draws on Foreign Talent
Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in ‘The Last Stand’, which marks the U.S. directorial...
Ready, Steady, Go! Real Racing 3 for Android and iOS Reviewed
Real Racing 3 for Android and iOS is the latest in a long list of racing games appearing...
‘Horrible Bosses’ Sequel Slated for Summer 2013...
The 2011 black comedy ‘Horrible Bosses’ had moviegoers commiserating knowingly...
James Carter Organ Trio: More than Just Standards
James Carter Organ Trio may sound like a normal, standard jazz band, but it definitely...
The Men Who Gave Up the Papacy
Pope Benedict XVI is not the only pope to hand over the Keys of St. Peter to someone...
Pope Benedict XVI To Resign
Pope Benedict XVI has shocked the world by announcing that he will relinquish the papacy...
Britain: Horsemeat Horror
The scandal that has shaken the food industry in Britain has come to a new low. It has recently...
Outrage at CNN Reporter Sympathising with Steubenville...
All over social media sites like Twitter and Facebook there has been a growing outcry...
TSA to Permit Small Knives and Baseball Bats Onboard...
A proposal by the Transport Security Administration (TSA) to condone “small knives”...
Daniel Riveiro, Tampa Bay Philanthropist & Attorney
Daniel Riveiro Jr., of the Tampa Bay area, is excited to begin participating in the Watoto...
2012: A Busy Year for American Red Cross with 113 Disasters
Washington, U.S.A. -- In a busy year filled with hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires,...
U.S. Medical Care Resembles "Vampire Economy," Surgeon...
Tucson, U.S.A. -- The United States is forfeiting a half century of leadership in medical...
Give Miracles: Campaign to Raise $7.5 Million for Autism...
Philadelphia, U.S.A. -- The Center for Autism Research at The Children's Hospital...
Kelvin Doe: "They call me DJ Focus"
Meet Kelvin Doe. He’s the 16 year old inventor that has recently been a hit among...
Tragedy Strikes Foremost South African Orchestra
The economic crisis is ongoing. South Africans, however, seem to be facing an economic...
Zambians on Second Term for Barack Obama
Zambia, together with many African countries, has welcomed the second term for the US president...
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