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Prisoners in Sicily, Italy, decided to show the world that they too can smile and be happy, even if they are behind bars. You can watch them dance and generally perform to the Pharrell Williams song "Happy," and they actually do look the part!
Work on Season 8 of America's most-watched TV series "The Big Bang Theory" has failed to commence on time after its lead actors failed to turn up for work.
A brand-new trailer has been released for "The Maze Runner", the upcoming film based on James Dashner's novel of the same name.
Actor and singer James Maslow, from "Big Time Rush," will be appearing on the new original series, "Sequestered," on the digital network Crackle.
The Canadian market continues to exhibit strong interest in luxury retail, indicated by an explosion of renovations projects to expand on existing shopping malls.
Western multinational energy companies already have $35 billion invested in Russian oil development. New sanctions on Russia by the US and EU may put that investment at some risk.
For many years McDonald's was able to avoid many cases and claims by putting responsibility on the franchisee. After a ruling they are now known as a joint employer of workers at franchises, which means they have many more responsibilities for workers.
Attendants mentioned that drug sniffers would be at the landing area during one Jetstar flight. Afterwards customers complained and media published the incident across the world which prompted an apology from company officials.
As if having an iPhone 6 is not enough, Apple lovers can now have one that is worth its weight in gold. Well, maybe not worth all its weight, but soon consumers will be able to get one that is finished in either 24-karat yellow or pink gold.
In today's world, new home buyers are looking less at school districts, distance to shopping centers and overall looks of neighborhoods when considering which home to buy. What's on their minds is cellular signal strength.
Good news for BlackBerry as German Chancellor Angela Merkel presents a tap-proof BlackBerry that she wants more Germany’s Federal Ministry of the Interior officials to use.
First Opinion is a combination app and network of medical professionals that can give you advice over time for free or very quickly with a paid service. Due to a funding spike they are now making huge headlines.
Congressional Democrats have introduced legislation that would deny federal contracts to US companies which incorporate overseas in order to avoid paying taxes.
Sarah Palin wants your money, and all she is asking for 33¢ a day; or $2.31 a week; or $9.95 a month. Or really save by purchasing a full-year subscription for the giveaway low price of $99.95. That generous offer comes with a two-week free trial period.
Remarks made by a lobbyist for the National Rifle Association comparing gun control to Nazi Germany has enraged Washington's Jewish community and members are asking for his resignation.
Texas attorney general Greg Abbott, the Republican nominee for governor this fall, says that the state's ban on gay marriage should be upheld because gay couples are allegedly not as conducive to "stable" families and child-rearing.
The 2014-15 NBA season should be much different then last year for the LA Lakers as the front office has made a number of moves to improve the purple and gold, but with money left to spend, could GM Mitch Kupchak have another move or two up his sleeve?
July was a busy month for most NBA franchises for free agents, but for those like the Houston Rockets that failed to add the big name talent they coveted, a trade to acquire star PG Rajon Rondo could remedy their situation.
Jean Proud has been speaking about her grandson, Ben, and her excitement at his gold-medal-winning triumph at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. At the weekend, Ben Proud became the first person to win gold for England at the Games.
The wife of embattled Los Angeles Clippers co-owner Donald Sterling can sell the NBA team for $2 billion despite strenuous objections by her husband, who is almost certain to appeal.
A Beijing court on Thursday heard a landmark case on "gay conversion" treatment, while outside the courtroom an activist in a nurse's uniform knelt over a patient, wielding a giant needle."Homosexuality doesn't need to be cured!" chanted supporters.
Fugitive US intelligence agent Edward Snowden marked on Thursday one year of political asylum in Russia, where he continues to live a life shrouded in mystery amid a dearth of public appearances.
Ugandan state lawyers sought on Thursday to dismiss a petition by activists at the constitutional court seeking to overturn anti-gay legislation condemned by rights groups as draconian.
Sierra Leone declared a state of emergency on Thursday as countries across the world announced stringent new security measures to contain the deadly Ebola epidemic.
Irena Mujakovic brought her Saab back under warranty for a second round of repairs and received a bill for $400 in labor. She filed a complaint with the DMV and got a refund in the form of two bags full of pennies and some dollar bills.
Lisa Mason had taken out a private loan with her parents as co-signers. After passing away from liver failure her parents inherited both her children and her debt.
The UK government recently announced that starting next year, in January, driverless cars will be allowed on public roads.
The students of Holy Cross College professor Andrea Borghini in Worcester, Massachusetts have the opportunity to not only look at what they eat, but they get to ponder the philosophy of food.
Irena Mujakovic brought her Saab back under warranty for a second round of repairs and received a bill for $400 in labor. She filed a complaint with the DMV and got a refund in the form of two bags full of pennies and some dollar bills.
The UK government recently announced that starting next year, in January, driverless cars will be allowed on public roads.
The U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has apparently confirmed what many family buyers have thought for a long time — small cars are not safe in head-on crashes.
New research says cellphone bans do not actually cut down on accidents. After many media and government campaigns against "distracted driving" this may change how some people think.
A Beijing court on Thursday heard a landmark case on "gay conversion" treatment, while outside the courtroom an activist in a nurse's uniform knelt over a patient, wielding a giant needle."Homosexuality doesn't need to be cured!" chanted supporters.
Fugitive US intelligence agent Edward Snowden marked on Thursday one year of political asylum in Russia, where he continues to live a life shrouded in mystery amid a dearth of public appearances.
Ugandan state lawyers sought on Thursday to dismiss a petition by activists at the constitutional court seeking to overturn anti-gay legislation condemned by rights groups as draconian.
Sierra Leone declared a state of emergency on Thursday as countries across the world announced stringent new security measures to contain the deadly Ebola epidemic.
Lisa Mason had taken out a private loan with her parents as co-signers. After passing away from liver failure her parents inherited both her children and her debt.
With 35 percent of American adults in debt collection, hindering their credit scores, we need all 50 U.S. states to require personal finance, in addition to the usual economics, in the mandatory high school curricula.
Home-owning is an inalienable part of the American dream, or at least that’s what we've thought for the last 60 years. Since World War II, home ownership has formed the cornerstone of upward mobile aspiration.
Retirement isn’t just about kicking back and relaxing in your sunset years anymore. Americans are living longer, and many are finding that retirement is really more about finding a second career rather than hanging up their time cards altogether.
The students of Holy Cross College professor Andrea Borghini in Worcester, Massachusetts have the opportunity to not only look at what they eat, but they get to ponder the philosophy of food.
The North American seafood chain that urges customers to "Sea Food Differently" is hoping they'll be willing to think a little differently about its restaurants, too.
Rocked by a recent food safety scandal, a prominent U.S food supplier is withdrawing all products produced by its Chinese subsidiary due to health and safety concerns.
More than 350 million tons of food is wasted every year, this seems criminal when half the world go short on fresh fruit and vegetables. Just because some foods don't meet exacting aesthetic standards that today's consumer expects, they're thrown.
Nikki Beach Resorts are planned in both Croatia and Greece. While one is about to open in 3 days, the other has some way to go.
After a 13-year battle with bureaucracy, Europe's first scheduled modern hydroplane service is set to start in Croatia next month.
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's recently presented union budget included a large number of proposals for the travel and tourism industry. The sector is expecting a push to come out of the slow year in 2013.
The Indian tourism ministry has just released travel data showing that Indians made 1,145 million individual tourist trips within India in 2013, about 10 percent more than in 2012.
Russian researchers are once again rushing to explore a giant hole. Only now there are two holes, leading researchers to question whether their first conclusion was correct.
The world's 7,000 species of amphibians can be found on six continents, but there has been few attempts at understanding how salamanders, frogs, toads, and caecilians had moved across time to these distant continents.
Researchers are excited after a find of stone tools dating back 1 million years in the Cuenca province of Spain. They say this find dates back to the first humans living on the peninsula and will shed new light on the origins of humankind.
Cyanobacteria may have played a vital role in creating one of the most beautiful places on earth. Researchers are currently studying what rule the organisms played in creating one of the most beautiful areas of nature in the world.
Proposals for new Sydney artwork have raised howls of indignation and irritation. The City of Developers is to be blessed with a gigantic milk crate, a 75m steel cloud, and various ornamental birds.
Cairns has just hosted a spectacular three day arts extravaganza: the fifth Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), featuring the work of numerous Queensland artists.
At the end of the month a very unique festival will be opening at Yerba Buena Arts Center, it is called “Mex I AM.” To call it an event is perhaps an understatement.
ARTSfair, an annual outdoor art festival presented by the Bellevue Arts Museum, gives visitors the chance to behold and admire many unique sculptures, paintings and photo pieces created by accomplished local artists.
A mysterious woman in black is walking from state to state in America. Due to technology thousands of fans eagerly await the next pictures and news.
The infamous Airbnb squatter, Maksym Pashanin, turns out to also be a Kickstarter fraudster. Is his inglorious rise a wake-up call to the relatively unregulated e-market industry, which ranges from Kickstarter and Indiegogo to couch-sharing startups?
Most parents have the weight of having a mortgage to pay, and they carry that weight for a good portion of their lives. Timothy 'DeLaGhetto' saw how hard his parents worked, and he promised them that he would pay off their home one day.
The video of a disabled Chihuahua learning to walk with the help of a modified children toy is the latest feelgood video to go viral.
Multiple factors contribute to this from less responsive care by weekend staff to long wait times but they all point to one thing; having a heart attack on a weekday helps you live through it.
While health apps hold substantial future promise in fulfilling the goals of greater wellness and healthcare delivery, much will depend on issues of trust, utility, and convenience.
An interview with the founder of Medbox, Vincent Mehdizadeh, reveals issues involving safety in the rapidly increasing market of marijuana and what he is doing to help governments around the world to regulate it.
2010 was the year that the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (Ilcor) released a "hands-only" CPR article that was fairly well accepted. Now Canadian officials are questioning whether a multi-step method would be better.
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