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Man’s Best Friend Saves Children From Flying Bullets

A family is mourning the loss of its beloved pet but thankful for its heroism after the canine jumped in front of one of the children to protect it from a road rage bullet at an Atlanta-area strip mall. Police are looking for the shooter who fired multiple shots into the vehicle that was loaded […]

November 30th, 2014 | Posted in New | Read More »

Asian Couple Denied Exit Out of Qatar Despite Appeals Acquittal In Adopted Daughter’s Death

A Qatar appeals court has cleared an American couple of allegedly killing their adopted daughter from Ghana after two years of legal battles. However, as they tried leaving the country, immigration officials thwarted their attempt and would not let them leave the country’s airport in Doha. The couple – Matthew and Grace Huang – was […]

November 30th, 2014 | Posted in New | Read More »

12-Year-Old Boy Critical After Mistaken Gun Cop Shooting

A 12-year-old Cleveland boy is fighting for his life at a local hospital after police shot him, mistaking the BB gun for an actual gun. According to city law enforcement, around 3 p.m., a 911 call was made that an “armed” man was at the Crudell Rec Center in Cleveland, brandishing a weapon on the […]

November 23rd, 2014 | Posted in New | Read More »

Oil Prices Continue To See Downward Slide, Trend Likely To Continue

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Brent crude dropped more than $1 to hit near $78 a barrel after news that the world’s fourth largest crude importer Japan had gone into a recession. It also dropped after on the West’s energy watchdog’s comments that high oil prices were unlikely to return anytime soon. The possibility of global oil demand picking up […]

November 17th, 2014 | Posted in Featured,Finance,New | Read More »

Parents Upset Over School’s Unannounced Lockdown Drill

Parents of children who attend a Winter Haven, Florida school are upset that a police officer with an assault rifle entered a classroom during school lockdown drill. At the time the drill was happening at Jewett Middle Academy, just three people knew it was a drill. According to the school district, parents, students and teachers […]

November 17th, 2014 | Posted in New | Read More »

Man Dies After Allegedly Being Pushed In Front

A 61-year-old unnamed man was killed Sunday morning as he stood with his wife at the Bronx subway platform. An unknown assailant, who the victim was apparently fighting with, allegedly pushed him into the path of an oncoming train where he was killed instantly. According to police, the assailant took off toward a local bus […]

November 16th, 2014 | Posted in New | Read More »

UA Scientists Start Diabetes Clinical Trial


University of Alabama scientists have started clinical trials to see if a commonly-prescribed medication for blood pressure and can reverse diabetes in mice is able do the same thing with humans. Researchers from the Birmingham campus are enrolling around 50 patients who have been recently diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Daphne Powell, who has suffered […]

November 10th, 2014 | Posted in Featured,Health,New | Read More »

AA Flight Attendants Reject Proposed Contract


American Airlines flight attendants have rejected a proposed five-year contract on Sunday, which forced the world’s largest air carrier and its cabin-crew workers union to go into binding arbitration. According to the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, there were just 16 votes that killed the contract – 8,180 voting for it and 8,196 voting against […]

November 10th, 2014 | Posted in Business,Featured,New | Read More »

Slain Wisconsin Girl’s Heart Donated To Another Child’s Family

When a Wisconsin girl was killed in her home as she sat on the lap of her grandfather last week, the family made the heartbreaking decision to donate her heart to someone else’s child. According to police, 5-year-old Laylah Peterson was killed Thursday evening in her Milwaukee home after being shot in the head. Roughly […]

November 9th, 2014 | Posted in New | Read More »

North Carolina Man Eats At Olive Garden For Six Weeks

According to conventional wisdom, it’s important to have a diet that’s full of variety in order to have good health. However, a North Carolina man decided to throw out this wisdom and stick to the same restaurant for six weeks. Alan Martin, who is a pastor in Burlington, was one of 1,000 people who took […]

November 7th, 2014 | Posted in Featured,New | Read More »

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