Sunday , 13 July 2014
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Citigroup Agrees in $7B Settlement with U.S.

Citigroup agrees to pay $7 billion to settle the U.S. government investigation into sloppy mortgage-backed securities the bank sold during the 2008 financial crisis. The settlement is expected to be announced on Monday. The settlement is way higher compared to the $4 billion that Citigroup had proposed to settle, but also below $10 billion the government was asking. The Citigroup ... Read More »

Six Injure in Rockefeller Plaza’s Observation Deck Fire

A fire broke out at the observation deck of the Rockefeller Plaza on Sunday night, hurting six people including a child. New York Fire Department officials said the fire started around 7:43 p.m. from a stationary video camera in the Top of the Rock observation deck on the 70th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza. A Top of the Rock official ... Read More »

Simple Sight and Smell Tests Could Aid in Early Detection of Alzheimer’s

Regular eye test and simple smell test could help diagnose early-stage of Alzheimer’s, new researches said. In researches using two different techniques, scientists observed for signs of beta-amyloid protein into retina and lens of the eye. These beta-amyloid protein forms masses in the brain of an Alzheimer’s patient and is one of the key signs of the disease. Researchers from ... Read More »

“Glee” Stars Remember Corey Monteith on His 1st Year Death Anniversary

Some of “Glee” stars remember and pay a simple tribute to Corey Monteith on the first year of his tragic death on Sunday. Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Amber Riley and Jenna Ushkowitz used the social media to pay respect to Monteith. Monteith, who played Finn Hudson in the musical TV series, was found dead in a hotel room in Vancouver on ... Read More »

Malala Meets Parents of Girls Abducted in Nigeria, Vows Help to Bring Home the Girls

Rights activist Malala Yousafzai travels to Nigeria Sunday to meet the parents of the over 200 schoolgirls abducted by Islamic militant group in April, along with the five of the girls who escaped from their abductors. Malala is the teenage girl who survived being shot in the head by the Taliban for campaigning for girls’ education in Pakistan. She vowed ... Read More »

Colorado Man Contracts Rarest Form Of Plague


A man in Colorado has been infected with the pneumonic plague. This is an air-born plague that can be spread through coughing and sneezing. The man is infected by the plague that is more often spread by flee bites. This case is the first case of the plague in the state since the year 2004 according to spokeswoman Jennifer House. ... Read More »

Jersey City Police Officer Shot Down

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At 4:09 this morning there was a report of an armed robbery at Walgreens at the intersection of Communipaw Ave. and Kennedy Boulevard. Officer Santiago and another officer were the first to respond to the call. After arriving on the scene Santiago was shot by Lawerence Campbell age 27 as he was getting out of the passenger’s side of the ... Read More »

Hot Weather Increase Risks Of Kidney Stones

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Dehydration increases the risk of kidney stones. As the days get warmer and people sweat more, dehydration occurs at a much higher rate. According to a study as written in the Environmental Health Perspective there is a link between hot days and the development of kidney stones. The study was done with the medical record of 60,000 patients in the ... Read More »

Feasterville PA Corpse Falls Out Of Car On Road


Dead body on the road in Pennsylvania. Drivers were in shock when a dead body was on the road while driving near a shopping center in Feasterville PA. The dead body fell out of a coroner’s van and into the middle of traffic on Friday. According to the coroner there was a malfuntion in the car that was transporting the ... Read More »

Lightning Strikes Colorado National Park Two Killed In Two Days

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Lightning strikes in Colorado and two people have been struck and lost their lives in two days. It was at the Colorado National Park that the first person got stuck by lightning on Friday while crossing the UTE Trail at Rocky Mountain National Park. The woman that was killed is from Ohio, and seven more people were injured as well. Officials say ... Read More »