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Op-Ed: Behind Windows 10 – A return to good user functionality, or what?

Sydney - After the general loathing of Windows 8, Microsoft has moved with unseemly haste to crank up the new OS, formerly known as Windows 9, now to be called Windows 10. The question is whether real users will like it, not whether its PR sways the public.

De Blasio tries to squash new 9/11 investigation, City Hall fraud Special

For the second time in five years, petitioners working with 9/11 families have gathered over twice the 45,000 signatures needed to place an initiative requiring a new 9/11-related investigation on the New York City ballot.

Op-Ed: Western Media blasted Israel over casualties; mostly quiet now

During the recent Hamas/Israeli conflict, Western media criticized, condemned and generally lynched the Israeli military for its lopsided victory against Hamas.

Microsoft unveils Windows 10

San Francisco - Microsoft has skipped a number as it officially unveiled its newest operating system, Windows 10, in a Tuesday press conference.

$100,000 reward offered for arrest, conviction of AK-47 Bandit

Los Angeles - The FBI is asking the public for help in solving a string of bank robberies by the "AK-47 Bandit", offering a $100,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the serial robber.

World's oldest clown has passed away at 98 (Video)

Billings - Officially the world’s oldest performing clown according to the Guinness World Book of Records, Floyd "Creeky" Creekmore, of Billings, Montana has died at the age of 98.

Review: Aretha Franklin delivers on Adele cover of 'Rolling in the Deep' Special

The "Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin has covered Adele's hit single "Rolling in the Deep" and she has done the song more than justice.

Natural beauty of fall in Edmonton Special

Edmonton - Autumn is my favourite day of the year. I am only partly joking. Edmonton's weather makes fall seem fleeting in some years.

'Tetris' movie in the works

Video games are no strangers to movie adaptations, but perhaps one of the most iconic games ever is set to become a feature film — the addictive rotating-block game 'Tetris.'

Country singer John King talks Grand Ole Opry debut and future Special

Country singer John King chatted about his debut on the hallowed Grand Ole Opry stage, which took place on September 27.

NSA Claims of Snowden Leaks Aiding Terrorists Found Unwarranted

An independent investigation on the effects of whistle blower Edward Snowden's leaks of NSA documents reveals that the claims -- often referred to as overblown by some critics --that Al Qaida and ISIS benefitted from those revelations are not true.

Hong Kong protesters renew fight on China's National Day

Hong Kong - Hong Kong protesters who braved thunderstorms to stage their third night of pro-democracy rallies began massing Wednesday at the city's Golden Bauhinia Square as China's National Day holiday lent their campaign for free elections fresh momentum.

Billy Elliot live is U.K. cinema hit

A live screening of "Billy Elliot the Musical Live" has topped the U.K. and Ireland box office. This is the first time an event screening has reached number one.

Review: Avi Kaplan of Pentatonix covers smash hit 'All About That Bass' Special

Avi Kaplan from the a-capella group Pentatonix has covered Meghan Trainor's No. 1 hit single "All About That Bass" and he did a solid job with the help of a few friends.

Jimmy Page: Led Zeppelin reunion 'doesn't look likely'

At a press conference to promote the reissue of two seminal Led Zeppelin albums, the iconic rock guitarist said the chances of the band reforming don't look very good. However, Page is anxious to tour and play material spanning his entire career.

Music training shapes the brains of children

Los Angeles - Musical training helps to shape the developing brain of children. Studies showed that after two years in a music enrichment program children displayed enhanced sophisticated brain responses to spoken syllables.

WWF report: global wildlife populations drop 52% since 1970

The numbers of mammals, fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians experienced a 52 percent decline in the 40-year period between 1970 and 2010, mainly as a result of over-hunting and habitat destruction.

California bans forced sterilization of female prisoners

Sacramento - Following last year's revelation that female inmates in California prisons were being coercively sterilized as recently as 2010, Gov. Jerry Brown (D) has signed a bill outlawing forced sterilization in the state's lockups.

Hookworms used to treat celiac disease

In a ground breaking study Australian scientists have successfully used hookworms to alleviate the symptoms of celiac disease.

First US Ebola case confirmed in Texas

A patient in a Dallas hospital who became ill a few days after returning from a trip to West Africa has been diagnosed as having contracted the Ebola virus. He is the first known infected person to arrive in this country on a regular commercial flight.
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