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Iran’s holding presidential elections. Here are the candidates to watch.

Iran’s official month-long presidential campaign period kicked off last week in the run-up to the May 19 election. While former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s candidacy garnered international headlines, the real major development came when Ebrahim Raisi — touted as a potential successor to Iran’s aging supreme leader — entered the race. Show More Summary

The show where strangers strip each other is casting in the U.S.

Undressed, the hit international show, is coming to the U.S. Bunim-Murray Productions is holding open casting calls now and filming in June. Read this story »

Astronaut Peggy Whitson Sets Record for Days in Space

Peggy Whitson has broken the record for most days in space by a U.S. astronaut. Whitson already holds records for the most spacewalks carried out by a woman astronaut and is the first woman to command the International Space Station (ISS) twice. Show More Summary

United Airlines Reviewing Death Of Giant Rabbit

yesterdayVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

A three-foot continental giant rabbit named Simon allegedly died in the cargo hold while traveling on a United Airlines flight from London’s Heathrow Airport to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport—the same airport where a United passenger was violently dragged off of an overbooked flight earlier this month. Read more...

Laptops & tablets may be banned from cabin baggage on US-bound flights from UK & other European countries

A U.S. ban on carrying laptops and tablets in the cabin of inbound international flights may be extended to European countries, including the UK. Any electronic device larger than a phone would have to be placed in hold baggage. The U.S. Show More Summary

WISeKey Launches WISeKeyIoT, A Public Key Infrastructure Framework for the Internet of Things

by Angela Guess A new press release reports, “WISeKey International Holding, a leading Swiss cybersecurity and IoT company, unveiled today its global solution for securing the Internet of Things (IoT). The solution, called WISeKeyIoT...Show More Summary

CMO Dana Anderson Is Leaving Mondelez to Become MediaLink’s Marketing Chief

Dana Anderson, CMO of packaged goods giant Mondelez International, is leaving the company to hold the same title at strategic advisory and business development firm MediaLink. "I'm ready to scream it from the rooftops because Dana is such a big personality," MediaLink CEO Michael Kassan said today, describing Anderson as "someone I have secretly gone...

IBM Dividend Increase on Tap, Notes Wells, A Little Smaller Than in Past

In the department of public service announcements, Wells Fargo’s Maynard Um reminds investors that International Business Machine (IBM) is expected to update its capital returns program tomorrow, when it holds its annual meeting of shareholders...Show More Summary

International Tribunal Says Monsanto Has Violated the Basic Human Right to a Healthy Environment and Food

The judges called on international lawmakers to place human rights above the rights of corporations and hold corporations like Monsanto accountable. "Most opinion tribunals have had a considerable impact, and it is now accepted thatShow More Summary

Bayern sweat on Alaba for Dortmund cup semi

5 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Berlin (AFP) – Carlo Ancelotti says Bayern Munich are holding their breath over David Alaba for Wednesday’s German Cup semi-final against Borussia Dortmund after the Austria international injured his knee. Alaba switched from left-back...Show More Summary

Golf-Wiesberger holds his nerve on day three in China

5 days agoSports / Golf : Reuters: Golf

April 22 (Reuters) - Austrian Bernd Wiesberger held his nerve to card a three-under-par 69 in the third round of the Shenzhen International on Saturday and will take a three-shot lead into the final day's play at the Genzon Golf Clu...

Teen Creates Crafty Code To Reduce Heart Surgery Risks

A schoolboy shadowing his cardiologist father has devised a way for surgeons to leave an internal “code” to make future operations safer. The system would involve using knots in the wires that hold the sternum back together after the operation. Show More Summary

The Iran nuclear deal that Trump once vowed to tear apart is holding — at least for now

A skeptical Trump administration has confirmed that Iran continues to comply with the 2015 nuclear disarmament deal but says the White House is conducting an internal review of the landmark arms control accord that President Trump once called “the worst deal ever.” Secretary of State Rex Tillerson...

Bill O'Reilly Shouldn't Have Kept His Job This Long

It’s a poorly kept secret that Bill O’Reilly was not popular at Fox News. Sure, he was popular with Fox News viewers. But internally, many staffers have long loathed the bombastic host, holding their nose and putting up with him because...Show More Summary

Upcoming IB Workshop for Community Colleges

This Friday, April 18th, the International Business Center at Michigan State will be holding a workshop in Madison, Wisconsin, as part of the International Business Institutes on the Road educational effort. The On the Road workshops...Show More Summary

2017 New York International Auto Show – Best In Show

last weekVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

After all the crazy awesomeness that was the Geneva Motor Show back in March, it was hard to expect that the follow-up act in New York could offer much to hold our collective attention. Thankfully, we were proved wrong thanks to a fine...Show More Summary

US to hold UN human rights meeting _ after deal with Russia

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley was determined to hold a Security Council meeting on the importance of human rights to international peace and security and it will happen on Tuesday — … Click to Continue »

In Paris, Pugachev seeks $12 billion from Russian state

The International Chamber of Commerce is holding an arbitration hearing over Russian magnate Sergei Pugachev's claims for $12 billion from Russia, part of a long-running battle with President Vladimir Putin's … Click to Continue »

Punish Syrian regime harder for gas attack, say Johnson and Ayrault

Foreign ministers say international community has moral duty to hold perpetrators of sarin gas attack to account Boris Johnson and his French counterpart, Jean-Marc Ayrault, have urged the international community to “go further” in punishing those responsible for the chemical weapons attack in Syria on 4 April. Show More Summary

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