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Totally Missed It: Roc Upchurch Dismissed From Rat Queens Following Domestic Violence Charge

I have to imagine everyone in the world had this news much closer to it happening last week, so my apologies both for not having it and for not being able to figure out who had it first. According to a statement by writer Kurtis J. Wiebe,...Show More Summary

Sustainability Reporting ‘Now the Norm’

The quality of corporate nonfinancial reporting among leading companies is improving and sustainability reporting is now the norm for the world’s leading companies, according to research from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. Show More Summary

New maps show Bering Sea holds world’s most acidic ocean waters

The world’s most acidic ocean waters are found in the winter in the Bering Sea, according to studies by scientists at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory who have released a series of maps tracking changes in global marine acidity. With its broad continental shelf, shallow waters, ocean currents that deposit nutrients from around the world, and […]

Ultra-rich are very few, but they control R328 trillion assets

A bare 0.004 percent of the world’s adult population controls nearly $30 trillion (R328 trillion) in assets, 13 percent of the world’s total wealth, according to a new study released on Thursday. ||| A BARE 0.004 percent of the world’s...Show More Summary

Global Business Optimism Turns Down in October

Businesses in the U.S. and around the world are taking a dimmer view of the future according to a global survey released Monday. That is leading to cutbacks in employment and spending plans.

Bangalore Among 4 Fastest Growing Startup Cities In The World

All the Asian countries have a reason to rejoice. According to new data compiled by CB Insights, a research firm, four Asian

‘Pregnant Man’ arrested for stalking ex-wife: reports

The world's first "pregnant man" has been arrested for stalking his ex-wife with a GPS tracking device, according to reports.

Plague outbreak in Madagascar kills 40

A plague outbreak in Madagascar has killed 40 people and infected dozens more since August, according to the World Health Organization.

Iranians Ponder Economic Future as Nuclear Talks Near Deadline

An accord with world powers over the future of Iran’s nuclear program could ease the way for foreign investment and free up the country’s assets frozen abroad, something that many hope could help lift its economy out of the doldrums. But others warn against overstating the potential economic impact of any deal

The 20 Best Wines In The World, According To Wine Spectator

Since 1988, Wine Spectator's editors have been reviewing the best wines in the world. In 2014, they reviewed about 18,000 new wines and narrowed their list down to a manageable 100 they deemed the most “thought-provoking.” This year, the winner was surprising. Show More Summary

‘Girl Meets World’ Christmas Episode To Include Familiar Faces

Girl Meets World fans are in for a big holiday surprise. In the upcoming Christmas episode some familiar faces from Boy Meets World will be back to help celebrate with The Matthews Family, Cory, Topanga, Riley, and Auggie. According to Gossip Cop, the Girl Meets World Christmas episode is sure to be a special one. Show More Summary

Michael Phelps’ Boo Thang Says He Hasn’t Called Her Since She Told The World About Being Intersex

Hmmm… That’s odd. We can’t imagine why he’d curve her, can you? The young woman who recently revealed to the world that she was born intersex is apparently no longer dating Michael Phelps after her big announcement. According to Hollywood

The World According To Julie J: Truly Blessed

Whileit’saneasy,probablylazyactiontolikenSDtoChiefKeef,it’sanaturalcomparison.SDstartedoutonGBE,butitappearsthathe’ssinceseparatedfromtheGBEboysandisoutonhisown.ThroughoutTrulyBlessed,SDsoundssolid,dependable,andalmostpredictable,butthat’snotanegativething.Instead,wecanrelyonhimandhedeliversasurprisinglysolidandcohesiveproject,whichisimpressiveinthisdayandage.

Nas Ain’t Invited Though? “Holiday Feast With Kelis” Set To Air On The Cooking Channel

Can we get some egg nog with that “Milkshake”? Singer Kelis To Showcase Her Cooking Skills On Holiday Special Congratulations are in order for Kelis who is moving on up in the culinary world! According to NY Daily News

Trina Solar Has Achieved New Conversion Efficiency Records For P-Type & N-Type Silicon Solar Cells

New conversion efficiency world records for high-efficiency p-type and n-type silicon solar cells were recently set by researchers at Trina Solar’s State Key Laboratory of PV Science and Technology of China, according to recent reports. Show More Summary

How Will the Auto Industry Capitalize on the Internet of Things?

The “Internet of Things” is a very broad term, but think of it this way: in the future, all of our devices could talk to one another, enabling new ways to interact with the world around us. According to ABI Research, there will be more than 30 billion devices connected to the Internet of Things Continue reading ?

Solar Impulse to Start Around the World Flight from Abu Dhabi Next Year

The first attempt at an around the world flight powered completely by solar cells will be setting off from Abu Dhabi in March 2015, according to the team behind Solar Impulse. With a 63 meter wing span, the Solar Impulse 2 plane took its first flight in 2009

Angelina Jolie Confirms She's Retiring From Acting!

Noooo! We can hardly imagine a world without Angelina Jolie movies! But according to the Wanted star, it's coming soon. [ Photos: Angelina Jolie Cozies Up To A Hunky Actor For DuJour — But It's Not Brad Pitt! ] When Du Jour asked if the Unbroken director planned to stop acting completely, she said: "Absolutely." WHAT?? Yep! According to Angie, she [...]

2014 warmest year: California, world set to break records

This year is on track to be the warmest year on record for California — and the entire planet — according to a new report. And in California, recent rainstorms didn't make a dent in the drought.

2014 warmest year: California, world set to break records

This year is on track to be the warmest year on record for California — and the entire planet — according to a new report. And in California, recent rainstorms didn't make a dent in the drought.

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