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VIDEO: Denise Pearson & Danny Darko’s “Twisted Electric”

If you were around in the 80’s, you will have remembered the British sibling vocal group Five Star, known for “All Fall Down”. While they have been relatively quiet (especially in the United States), vocalist Denise Pearson is stepping out and showing why her voice is still as solid, if not better, than what it […]

Top ISIS militants killed; more US troops going to Iraq

Two senior Islamic State group leaders were killed in airstrikes in northern Iraq over the last week, U.S. officials said Thursday.

Hearing capabilities of bushcrickets, mammals

In the animal kingdom many species must identify environmental sounds to increase their chance of survival. Therefore, animals have evolved a vast diversity of mechanisms to detect sounds. Acoustic communication occurs in many groups of animals. Show More Summary

Canadian Teenager Henderson Turns Professional

50 minutes agoSports / Golf : On Par

Brooke Henderson, a 17-year-old Canadian who was golf's top-ranked female amateur, on Thursday announced her decision to turn professional and sign up with sports management company IMG (International Management Group).

Donald Trump Dishes On The Nastiest Celebrity Apprentice Cast Yet

There is no such thing as a friendly Celebrity Apprentice cast, but some groups of celebs are definitely nicer than others. According to Donald Trump, the show’s dedicated Facebook fans should not expect to see hugs and handshakes in the near future, as the upcoming season features an incredibly nasty group of individuals. The seventh season […]

U.S. kills 3 ISIS leaders in Iraq airstrikes

Since mid-November, the U.S. military has killed three senior ISIS leaders, the Pentagon told The Wall Street Journal on Thursday. In early December, military airstrikes in Iraq killed Abd al Basit, the head of the terrorist group's Iraq operations, and Haji Mutazz, a deputy leader. Show More Summary

Broadway bike lanes 'Top 10' in U.S.

The protected bike lane installed this year on a section of Broadway in Uptown was named one of the year's ten best new bike lanes in the United States by advocacy group People for Bikes. The celebrated 1.2 miles of bike lanes on Broadway...Show More Summary

A Very Nervous Seth Rogen Tries To Explain Why He Thought 'The Interview' Was A Good Movie Idea

A hacker group is not a fan of Seth Rogan 's latest film, "The Interview," which was intended to be a comedy about the assassination of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un. The hackers threatened violence if the film was released, which led to Sony Pictures canceling the flick altogether. Show More Summary

Warehouse workers sue for unpaid wages at Port of L.A.

A group of warehouse workers at the Port of Los Angeles have filed suit against a major distribution company, claiming that they have been underpaid and subjected to harsh working conditions.

Warehouse workers sue for unpaid wages at Port of L.A.

A group of warehouse workers at the Port of Los Angeles has filed suit against a major distribution company, claiming that they have been underpaid and subjected to harsh working conditions.

Commercial Capital Training Group

When the economy is down, businesses need money. When the economy is up, they still need it. How can you profit from this constant demand?

CEO of Invisible Children, the Group Behind 'Kony 2012' Documentary, Announces Organization Will Close Next Year

The controversial nonprofit group Invisible Children, which produced two influential documentaries that helped heighten awareness of the abduction and use of children as soldiers by the Lord's Resistance Army in the Ugandan civil conflict, has announced that it will officially close down by the end of 2015.

The Thigh and Muscle Massager gives you some much needed “me time”

Everyone has different groups of muscles that trouble them. Most of us with desk jobs that require us to sit all day have back and neck pain, but that is not the case for the general populace. If the muscles in your hands, thighs, or feet are constantly annoying you, you’re going to want a way to fix them just as badly as someone who has an aching back. Your...

Scott Shackford on the Concepts of Liberty Analyzed in Dragon Age

1 hour agoNews : Reason

The basic plot of Dragon Age: Inquisition sounds terribly conventional to any fantasy video game fan: A group of heroes bands together to battle an evil wizard who seeks godlike power and world domination. It’s the plot of dozens of role-playing ventures set in worlds built by game designers who grew up playing Dungeons and Dragons. Show More Summary

Doyle Promises a Batman "For Every Fan"

Batman Group Editor Mark Doyle discusses his first year on the job, the myriad creative changes under his watch and his vision for the Bat family books.

Bodega Owners Say a Distributor Merger Will Be Awful for the City’s Good Beer

You may soon have fewer choices. A merger of unprecedented size and scope is under way between two of the city's three biggest distributors, Manhattan Beer Distributors and Phoenix Beehive Beverages, and now trade groups representing...Show More Summary

Turn Up: 21st-Century Black Millennials Are Bringing Direct Action Back

At 7:30am on a rainy Monday morning, a multi-racial team of activists led by Black millennial direct action groups Blackout Collective, #BlackBrunch and Black Lives Matter accomplished what had never been done before. They shut down police headquarters in downtown Oakland, California, for four hours and twenty-eight minutes. Show More Summary

17-Year-Old Golf Star Brooke Henderson Turns Pro

2 hours agoSports / Golf : On Par

Brooke Henderson, the 17-year-old Canadian who tops the world amateur golf ranking, has turned professional and signed with International Management Group and Ping equipment.

D.C. coalition emerges to oppose Exelon-Pepco merger

As District regulators start probing the Pepco-Exelon deal, a coalition of environmental, political and consumer activist groups is raising concerns about the proposed $6.8 billion merger that would swallow D.C.’s homegrown electric utility. Show More Summary

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