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Police Took Clothes In Relation To Missing University Student Case

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According to a statement made by authorities, investigators who have searched the home of Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr., who is said to be the last person that was seen with the missing university student have taken a couple of clothes from the place but officials did not release further details of it.   Charlottesville Police Captain Gary Pleasants said that officials ... Read More »

Osama Bin Laden’s Son-In-Law Sentenced To Life In Prison By U.S. District

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On Tuesday, Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law has been imposed by U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan of life in U.S. prison.   48-year-old Suleiman Abu Ghaith was convicted of his acts on conspiring to kill Americans. Abu Ghaith was found guilty of sharing support and even providing materials for terrorism. The sentenced was imposed after he released a statement in Arabic ... Read More »

World Carbon Emissions Will Hit Record High This Year

The carbon dioxide emissions will climb by 2.5 percent this year, a record high according to the report issued before a United Nations climate summit in New York on Tuesday. The world spewed an estimated of 39.8 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the air in 2013 by burning coal, gas, and oil. This is 778 million tons or 2.3 ... Read More »

Apple Denies Rumors of Beats Music Shutting Down

Apple denies on Monday reports that it is shutting down Music Beats. Apple spokesman Tom Neumayr denied the company is planning to discontinue the streaming service. Rumors circulating cited some top employees at Apple and Beats as saying that Apple has already reassigned some of the Beats Music engineers to other projects within the company including iTunes. Reports added that ... Read More »

Over 700 Babies Exposed to Tuberculosis After Texas Hospital Employee Tested Positive with TB

Over 700 infants at a hospital in El Paso, Texas may possibly expose to tuberculosis after a hospital employee was recently diagnosed with the disease, city health officials said. El Paso Department of Public Health said the employee was working at El Paso’s Providence Memorial Hospital nursery and post-partum unit, and interacted with patients for months before being diagnosed with ... Read More »

Mars Recalls M&M’s Milk Chocolate in Theater Box

Mars Chocolate North America voluntary recalls its M&M’s Brand Theater Box products due to undeclared peanut butter ingredient in its package. The Food and Drug Administration said M&M’s Brand Theater Box 3.4 oz may contain peanut butter and it was not listed on the ingredients label on the box. Some theater boxes that were labeled as milk chocolate were found to contain ... Read More »

WHO Foresees Over 20,000 Ebola Cases by Early November

The World Health Organization warns on Monday that the number of Ebola infected people could reach 20,000 by early November if efforts to contain the outbreak are not step up. The outbreak, which was the largest and deadliest ever recorded, has infected 5,800 in five West African countries since it started early this year and the death toll is at ... Read More »

Sierra Leone Discovers 130 New Ebola Cases Amid Lockdown

Sierra Leone discovers 130 new Ebola cases during a three-day lockdown of the entire country, officials said on Monday. Ebola Emergency Operations Centre head in the country, Stephen Gaojia, said aside from the new cases, they are still awaiting the test results of 39 more suspected cases. The six million population of Sierra Leone was ordered to stay in their ... Read More »

Emma Watson Urges Men to Join UN Gender Equality Campaign

“Harry Potter” star Emma Watson launches a United Nations equality campaign called in HeForShe in UN headquarters in New York City over the weekend. In her moving speech, Watson urged men and boys to join the conversation on feminism and gender equality, and also the campaign against gender inequality. The 24-year-old actress cited her personal experience of gender-based inequality including ... Read More »

Miss America Kira Kazantsev Kicked Out of Sorority for Abusive Hazing

Miss America 2014 Kira Kazantsev was allegedly kicked out of her college sorority in Long Island for abusive hazing. Reports said Alpha Phi sorority chapter in Hofstra University kicked out Kazantsev last year for allegedly abusive hazing of pledges. Pledges were reportedly called foul names, scolded for physical imperfections, and forced to perform tasks that left some bruised and exhausted. ... Read More »