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2011 News

A rare twin study conducted by NASA

NASA has a once in a lifetime opportunity on their agenda. Astronaut Scott Kelly is scheduled to spend a year at the International Space Station in March 2015, while his twin brother Mark Kelly will live his normal life in Arizona.

US teen birthrate hits record low in 2011

The teen birthrate in the United States set another new record low in 2011, according to the latest federal data released on Thursday.

Mother of suspect says FBI maintained contact with older brother

The mother of the two Boston bombing suspects said in an interview with RT that FBI agents had maintained contact with her older son during a period of years before the Marathon bombing.

A child born in 2011 may cost $234,900 to raise

A middle-income family could end up spending around $234,900 to raise a child who was born in 2011, according to a report from the government.

The top 15 viral videos of 2011

Digital Journal compiles the most buzzworthy and highly trafficked viral videos that spread across social media in 2011. Catch up any bizarre music videos, political ads, news bloopers and Web culture moments you might have missed.

The top 30 most memorable photos of 2011

Find out what photos amazed and shocked the world in 2011, from the Japanese tsunami aftermath to the Occupy Wall Street protests to rarely seen photos from Africa. These are memorable images from both Digital Journalists, local media and other sources.

Ask.com releases top news, political questions & searches of 2011

Oakland - Ask.com published the top trending search terms and corresponding questions of 2011. "How big was the earthquake in Japan?" was the top news question and "Will Obama get re-elected?" was the top political question.

2011 Economics Nobel Prize won jointly by two Americans

Stockholm - Two Americans, Dr. Thomas Sargent and Dr. Christopher Sims, have reciprocally won the 2011 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, “for their empirical research on cause and effect in the macroeconomy,” clarifying how government policy affects the economy.

Crude oil at its lowest is rapidly altering global economy

Mohammed Saleh Abdulla Al Sadais, energy minister of Qatar, said today that “worries over the debt crisis in the euro zone were pushing oil prices down, rather than issues relating to supply and demand.”

Dancing With the Stars ignites controversy for casting Chaz Bono

Los Angeles - ABC's announcement of the cast for Season 13 of Dancing With the Stars has ignited a firestorm of controversy over the inclusion of the transgendered son of Cher and Sonny Bono.

Op-Ed: NHL awards get under way tonight in Las Vegas

A week after the Stanley Cup was awarded to the Boston Bruins, the 2011 NHL awards will take place tonight in Las Vegas, honouring individual players for their performances during the regular season.

Eurovision 2011 song contest: Azerbaijan wins first prize

In what was viewed by an estimated 125 million people around the world, the 2011 Eurovision Song Concert was full of surprises.

Op-Ed: Michael Ignatieff woos BC immigrants

Vancouver - Canada's next election scheduled for May 2, 2011 is not going to be a joy ride for Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the incumbent leader of the country, if one takes into consideration the fighting spirit demonstrated by the main opposition leaders.

Thumbnail guide to the Canadian federal election 2011

Ottawa - As the Canadian federal election heats up, here is a quick thumbnail guide to the parties, leaders,and issues surrounding this historic election of 2011.

Op-Ed: Harper and Layton clash in BC

Vancouver - The leaders of Canada's Conservative Party and New Democratic Party were in British Columbia over the weekend hammering at each other in two cities close to each other. Harper was in Burnaby and Layton was in Surrey.

Dancing With The Stars season 12 celebrity cast announced

Season 12 of the popular reality television show "Dancing With The Stars" will premire with a live, two-hour broadcast on March 21. The show pairs celebrities with professional dancers to find out which stars can learn the best ballroom moves.

Watson: American education to STEM leaders of global innovation

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are the required elements envisioned by President Barack Obama to equip Americans as the leaders of innovation in an expanding global economy.

NBA: All-Star Starters are announced & Rose named East Starter

Los Angeles - The 2011 NBA All-Stars have been named. There are some new faces in new places, but overall in the end most are the same. There are even some players who will represent a team that has not been represented by a player for a long time.

Lady Gaga Annouces Release Dates for New Music

A new year and a new album for the queen of pop, Lady Gaga. She announced brief details via her Twitter account of the first single in February and full release to folllow in May.

Details emerge from Toronto's first 2011 murder

Toronto - The new year had barely begun at 2:25 a.m. when two men were stabbed outside of a Toronto nightclub leaving one in critical condition and the other injured as they waited for their limousine to pick them up.

MTV celebrates the new year with 'Jersey Shore' ball drop

MTV rang in the new year with a ball drop of their own - featuring Snooki, the 'Jersey Shore' firebrand, descending in a Seaside Heights glitzy ball drop.

Thousands gather at Manila's largest mall to welcome 2011 Special 

Manila - Hundreds of thousands of people from all parts of Metro Manila converged at the SM Mall of Asia to take part in the festivities at the annual New Year countdown party last night.

First 2011 babies in Australia come into world

Melbourne - Eleven Melbourne families report babies have been born to begin 2011. They are being taken care of at the Royal Women's Hospital.

Biblical scholar says 2011 is the real year the world ends

A Biblical scholar isn't worried about 2012 bringing in the end of the world as we know it - he's sure that the end will have already happened in 2011. Harold Camping of Oakland has followers across the globe who believe the 88-year-old's prediction.

Obama's Afghanistan announcement sends mixed messages'

President Obama yesterday announced his plan to provide 30,000 additional troops and then promised the United States would withdraw from Afghanistan in 2011.

2011 Ford Mustang: Driving to Los Angeles

Ford plans to officially unveil two cars this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show: the extremely famous Mustang will be one of them.

Transformers 3 to be released in July 2011

It has been confirmed that the third "Transformers" film will be released in theaters on July 1, 2011 and Michael Bay has also promised to Megan Fox that "no alien robots will harm you."

Cheney's memoir due in 2011

Threshold Editions, a division of Simon and Schuster has signed a book deal with former Vice President Dick Cheney. Cheney's memoir is due to be released a few months after President George W. Bush's is due to hit the stores.

Can Afghanistan qualify for the 2011 One-Day Cricket World Cup?

A good news story about Afghanistan is often hard to find, yet there may be one close at hand. The Asian nation's cricket team is on the verge of qualifying for the next World Cup in the one-day version of the game.

Major US observatories to lose funding

National Science Foundation updated budget report recommends cutting funding for several major astronomy telescopes.
 

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More than one million attended the annual PRIDE on Sunday one of North America’s largest gay pride parade and festival.
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Dancing WIth The Stars TV personalities Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke.
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2011 map showing locations of requested GMO experiments in Spain.
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A design to welcome the new year
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Kaspersky PURE Total Security 2011
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