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billoriley-030215.jpg Fox News pundit Bill O'Reilly remains under fire amid accusations that he trumped up his role in covering international events. Only weeks after a Mother Jones article raised doubts about his claims that he was in the "warzone" during the Falklands War, the Washington Post noticed that O'Reilly once...

ISlamicState-030215.jpg In an unexpected move, Islamic state released 19 christian captives - 16 men and 3 women, reports said. However, about 200 Assyrians are still in their custody. According to Assyrian Democratic Organization, the released captives reached the Church of Virgin Mary in Hassakeh.

Twitter-ISIS-030215.jpg ISIS has renewed its death threat to employees of micro-blogging site Twitter, Inc., particularly its co-founder Jack Dorsey. The threats are in retaliation for Twitter blocking accounts which are affiliated to or support the Islamic State. Twitter has a policy of barring users from posting threats or using the service for furthering of illegal activities.

DaylightSaving-030215.jpg What would be the impact of loosing an hour of sleep during the Daylight Saving Time? Many of you might be thinking it can have no significant impact on our life. But studies say you may be wrong.

Best Buy (BBY) and Sprint (S) Friday introduced a simple way to get a wireless phone, simplifying the wireless selection process for customers. Sprint has pushed out its the Best Buy One Plan, an industry-first, all inclusive plan, gives customers unlimited talk, text and data, and the lease of a device....

The United Nations Security Council has strongly condemned the "ongoing barbaric terrorist acts" committed by militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and reaffirmed its determination in defeating the extremist group. In a statement, the 15-member Council once again stressed that...

capitol-022715.jpg With little time to spare, the House voted late Friday to approve a one-week extension of funding for the Department of Homeland Security. The House voted 357 to 60 in favor of the bill, which passed just two hours before the DHS was due to run out of funding at midnight.

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday once again strongly condemned the continued indiscriminate and horrific attacks by Boko Haram against civilian populations in Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria. The Secretary-General in a statement issued by his spokesperson said, "The abduction...

Two Miami residents were sentenced by a Southern District of Florida Court to serve 72 months in prison, for their roles in a $63 million Medicare fraud scheme involving intensive mental health treatment programs. The sentence was imposed by U.S. District Judge Robert N. Scola Jr. of the Southern...

The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Director-General, Irina Bokova on Friday, condemned the devastation of artifacts and bas-reliefs, including large statues from the UNESCO world Heritage site of Hatra, by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Addressing a press...

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday said the world must work toward empowering women and expand opportunities in politics, business and beyond. He was addressing the High-level Conference on 'Women in Power and Decision-making: Making a World of Difference,' in Santiago, co-hosted...

capitol-022715.jpg While the Senate managed to pass a bill providing funding for the Department of Homeland Security for the next eight months, the House failed to approve even a modest short-term extension.

dresscolor-022715.jpg Colors have set the social media afire after an otherwise innocuous photo of a bodycon dress kept users guessing as to what hues permeate it. Opinions are divided, with some seeing the dress as white and gold, and others as blue and black. The photo was posted on Tumblr by a user called Swiked.

capitol-022715.jpg Just hours before a midnight deadline, the Senate voted Friday to approve legislation providing funding for the Department of Homeland Security. The Senate voted 68 to 31 in favor of the bill, which funds the DHS through the end of the current fiscal year on September 30th.

us-china-022715.jpg Fear of China seems to be fading among Americans, as they no longer consider China as their greatest enemy, according to a new poll. Only 12 percent of Americans see China as the greatest enemy of the U.S., according to a Gallup poll. That is down from 20 percent in 2014 and 23 percent in 2012. China...

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