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Popular Comedy Central late night host Stephen Colbert announced Thursday the date of his final episode for the network.
Despite storm warnings and a downpour of some rain, over a million Giants fans showed up for the congratulatory parade celebration in honor of the baseball team's third World Series Victory in five years.
Whitney Houston’s former vocal coach is on the prowl to find the next singing star. After Houston’s death, Gary Catona was left with the feeling there was a deep void in talented, skilled, and gifted female singers.
Halloween is upon us, and many of us find ourselves in search of the perfect horrifying holiday movie to help get us into the spirit of All Hallows Eve.
Among the many challenges online marketers face today is trademark bidding. As recently as a few years ago, this practice represented a significant problem for businesses.
TrillaMed LLC, a global Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business medical materiel company, and Convergence Equity, LLC, a medical supply manufacturer and technology company, are combining to provide much needed Ebola resistance wear.
Today Chairman and Owner of the WWE, Vince McMahon announced that for the month of November the WWE Network will be free.
The United States government is suing one of the country's largest wireless service providers, accusing it of misleading customers with claims of "unlimited" data for their smart phones.
Reddit, the popular, self-described "Front Page of the Internet" has launched Redditmade, a crowdfunding platform for its subreddit users.
The robotic Russian spacecraft Progress 57 has successfully delivered almost three tons of cargo to the International Space Station not many hours after a commercial US rocket suffered a catastrophic explosion shortly after it was launched.
Movie fans will no longer be able to wear Google Glass and other wearable technology in US cinemas. Google Glass has been the center of much uncertainty since the public started experimenting with the device.
On September 28, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to a raving crowd of 18,500 supporters in the confines of Madison Square Garden.
The conflict in Syria is now in its fourth year. A once beautiful country has been torn apart, yet despite all this the people remain some of the warmest and most reslient I have ever met. This is a photo essay of my time in the country last year.
Judge Lisa Cameron found Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro from Peterborough Ont. guilty of overspending in the 2008 federal election and falsifying a document to cover this up.
A pro-marijuana site is reporting the U.S. government shut down a study in 1974 when it showed marijuana destroyed brain tumors. Other work has been quashed.
Colorado’s Democrat incumbent Sen. Mark Udall's war-on-women campaign - that continues to insist amiable Republican opponent Cory Gardner is actually J.R. Ewing reincarnated - isn't working.
I don't reckon it's the end of the world but it is the end of my Major League Soccer experience. Okay, for the foreseeable future. The call that gave Dallas FC a win in their playoff against Vancouver Wednesday night was so bad it does that, and more.
Second-ranked Florida State remained unbeaten and situated on the inside of the College Football Playoff with a double-digit come-from-behind victory Thursday against the Louisville Cardinals.
On Nov.8 at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J., multiple light heavyweight titleholder Bernard Hopkins will prove he can still defend his IBF, WBA and IBA light-heavyweight titles against the 31-year-old unbeaten Russian boxer Segey Kovalev.
Celebrating the San Francisco Giants' victory over the Kansas City Royals in the seventh and final game of the 2014 World’s Series was all that Pablo Sandoval was interested in.
England and Wales is currently a haven for wild mushrooms at present and if you know where to look, you can find several fungi gems hidden away in forests, glades and natural reserves.
If it's really true that you are what you eat, then if you love sea food, you may be eating cheap, imported, farm-raised shrimp — instead of wild-caught and much relished Gulf shrimp.
When the devastating environmental disaster of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill occurred in 2010, nearly 200 million barrels of oil went missing, and scientists long wondered where the oil went. Now, part of that question has been answered.
Every year we receive dozens of holiday cards from family and friends. What can we do with them after the holidays are over?
No amount of television news coverage of front page stories is going to convince Americans that Ebola is a threat. It simply isn’t. It is not a world crisis, either.
A new Honda ad titled "The Other Side" seems to tell a simple story as a man picks up his kids from school. However, that's only one side of the tale.
After eight and a half years of extensive construction and reparation, One World Trade Center in Manhattan is finalizing its much-anticipated observation deck. At its completion, the deck will offer visitors unparalleled views of the cityscape.
Water filtration exporter Brita water recently conducted a survey on beverage consumption habits of Canadians. The survey revealed some interesting facts: primarily, Canadians are not drinking enough water.
Rome's mayor refused Friday to back down in an increasingly heated dispute over his registering gay marriages celebrated abroad, in defiance of an order from the government to the delight of rights groups.
Some 150 Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga fighters joined the battle against Islamic State (IS) jihadists in the Syrian town of Kobane on Friday, crossing the border from Turkey, a monitor said.
Nuclear-capable Russian bombers in European airspace, NATO intercepts, a foreign submarine in Swedish waters -- the fall-out from the Ukraine crisis feels like a return to Cold War days.
In order to clear the area for a buffer zone along the border with Gaza, Egypt is already demolishing more than 680 homes and displacing up to 10,000 residents.
According to the Chartered Institute of Housing, 34 percent of people living in Greater London agreed that they might have to leave their local area in the future because of the high cost of housing.
Listening to financial advice can be a bit like listening to motivational speakers or perhaps even preachers. It all sounds good and gets one's motivation going, but is it what's needed? Will it work?
Data breaches are an obvious problem these days, however, these massive exploits aren't all people need to worry about. While all eyes are on the big exploits, often the small-time criminals are also quietly raking in the cash.
The city of Detroit, Michigan, and its nearby and even far-flung suburbs share a unique real estate relationship. For many years, there has been a tremendous give-and-take relationship between the city and suburbs.
Next month Burger King will arrive in India, and diners will have the chance to eat the newest version of its Whopper sandwich, but it will be a beef-free version.
It looks like a bag of blood inside a stone. Some people compare its flavour to that of sea-urchin; others define it as “bitter and soapy,” and its smell as “sweaty underarms.” Loaded with iodine and iron, the taste of piure defies description.
Robert Scott, from Denver, has invented a handy device that turns a glass growler into a mini keg. This allows beer lovers to drink their craft beer at their own pace, which means that the beer does not need to be consumed in one sitting.
Lawmakers in Poland decided to ban junk food in schools in an effort to reduce the obesity rates among children. The ban will go into effect next school year.
After eight and a half years of extensive construction and reparation, One World Trade Center in Manhattan is finalizing its much-anticipated observation deck. At its completion, the deck will offer visitors unparalleled views of the cityscape.
Clinging to the hillside just above the historic center of the city, the San Blas neighborhood is the oldest residential area of Cusco, Peru and a paradise on earth for those that love to walk.
As the Croatian National Tourist Board embarks on its Croatia 365 initiative, a new promotional video featuring 2Cellos and Plitvice Lakes is released.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that Air Canada does not have to pay an Ottawa couple that filed suit against the airline because they couldn't be served in their preferred tongue.
In 1948 a Danish research team roaming the Northeast brush lands of Afghanistan made the last documented sighting of the Kashmir musk deer. Now, 60 years later, researchers with the WCS have recorded five sightings of this strange, fanged, deer.
Scientists have developed a new method to make nanostructured carbon using the waste product sawdust. The tubes can be used as conductors, for a range of technological applications.
A new study has concluded that meditation can enhance creativity in individuals even when they have no prior experience of meditation techniques.
While conducting a totally separate experiment, a group of scientists from Johns Hopkins and the University of Nebraska accidentally discovered something unexpected and potentially disturbing.
A new Honda ad titled "The Other Side" seems to tell a simple story as a man picks up his kids from school. However, that's only one side of the tale.
Ford has developed a car seat that can detect if a driver is having a heart attack. If such a condition is detected, automated braking and steering systems can be activated to stop the vehicle.
Move over, Elon Musk of Tesla Motors. The world's very first Porsche has been found, languishing away in a warehouse in Austria for 100 years, and has now been fully renovated. Why should Musk move over? Because the first Porsche was an electric car.
The road from childhood passion to accomplished writer is often fraught with potholes and learning curves, yet with perseverance and dedication it may just lead to the stars. Or beyond.
The e-book Song of the Caged Bird by Marcello Di Cintio is an exploration of the Palestinian Occupation through the words of literature.
While dozens of parties are being planned and the usual traversing of 'trick-or-treaters' are gearing up, there is one group in San Francisco that likes to honor the autumn festivity's original purpose, "a day to honor the dead."
A recently discovered "Lost" novel by British author Malcolm Lowry has been published. The manuscript was written over seventy years ago.
Last month in Argentina, Cámara Argentina de Productores de Fonogramas (CAPIF), the county’s music authority, issued a court order demanding 11 ISPs ban access to The Pirate Bay.
The wireless router that promised complete online anonymity and airtight wireless security hit the Kickstarter world with a goal of $7,500 and ultimately brought in over half a million. All before spectacularly crashing and burning.
On Tuesday, Oct. 28, a spotlight was turned on an organization called Hollaback! thanks to a two-and-a-half-minute video. The film was edited from 10 hours of footage of a woman walking around New York City.
There can be nothing more annoying and frustrating than watching a YouTube video, while constantly being made to click off the advertisements.
No amount of television news coverage of front page stories is going to convince Americans that Ebola is a threat. It simply isn’t. It is not a world crisis, either.
Water filtration exporter Brita water recently conducted a survey on beverage consumption habits of Canadians. The survey revealed some interesting facts: primarily, Canadians are not drinking enough water.
In 2001, after retiring, Bo Webb moved back to Clay's Branch hollow in West Virginia where he had been raised. Shortly thereafter Webb came face-to-face with mountaintop removal mining, and he was sickened and appalled.
A popular news website is claiming to have exclusive information that 250,000 Hazmat suits are being sent to the location of the first confirmed U.S. Ebola case.

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