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Owen Weldon

Digital Journalist based in massachusetts, United States. Joined on Jan 23, 2007
Expertise in Social media, Music, Yoga & pilates, Nightlife, clubbing, Politics,   see all» Video games, Exercise & fitness, Weight loss, Entertainment, Internet, General business news & info, Celebrities, Travel, Dating & relationships, Movies

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El Salvador has first murder-free day in two years

A few days ago, police in El Salvador said it had gone a full 24 hours without any murders, which is rare in a country that has been plagued by gang warfare.

Takata fined $1 billion over exploding airbag scandal

Takata, the Japanese car parts maker, will pay $1 billion in penalties in the United States for concealing defects in its exploding airbags.

FedEx to offer in-store package services at Walgreens

FedEx and Walgreens have partnered up to offer pickup and drop-off services at Walgreens' locations across the United States.

Amazon to create 100,000 jobs in U.S. by 2018

Over the next 18 months, Amazon has plans to create 100,000 full-time jobs in the United States, which will include full benefits.

Vegan woman denied Swiss passport for being annoying

Gipf-oberfrick - A woman in Switzerland has been denied a Swiss passport because residents thought her animal rights campaigning was annoying.

Woman, 25, dies of cervical cancer after begging for tests

Sunderland - A 25-year-old woman recently died after she was diagnosed with cervical cancer. This came after she was previously refused a smear test because she was told she was too young.

Elderly woman in wheelchair pushed onto train tracks by man

Leszno - An elderly woman was pushed onto the train tracks by a man she met while on a train. The man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

Amazon will soon start accepting food stamps

Starting this summer, Amazon will start accepting food stamps from the SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) program. Seven other online food retailers will start accepting SNAP, too.

Martin Shkreli suspended from Twitter for harassing woman

Recently, Martin Shkreli went on a Twitter rant about writer Lauren Duca. Apparently he direct-messaged her asking her to go to the inauguration to her, and when she turned him down, he allegedly harassed her.

Man buys 1000 newspapers to hide DUI story, which appears online

The owner of an upstate New York newspaper said a man bought hundreds of copies of newspapers to keep people from reading about his drunk driving arrest. However, the story was published online, too.

The Limited closes all stores

The Limited, a women's clothing company, has announced that all of its clothing stores would be closed by the end of Sunday.

Landlord bans battered wives from becoming tenants

Kent - A property tycoon in Kent has banned battered wives from renting his properties because their angry partners damage his places.

Woman eaten alive by ants after mistaken for thief

Caranavi - A woman died after a mob of vigilantes mistook her for a thief. She was tied to a tree that was infested with poisonous ants.

China launches freight train to United Kingdom

As part of its focus to develop trade and investment ties with Europe, China has launched rail freight service to Britain.

Just Eat delivery driver delivers cold tablets to customer

Belfast - Just Eat connects hungry customers to independent take-out food restaurants. Recently, one customer requested medicine with their order.

Shoplifter gets schooled by police after theft fail

Marietta - Police in Georgia recently posted to Facebook about how one thief made it too easy for them to solve a recent shoplifting crime.

Ronda Rousey defeated in under a minute

Ronda Rousey, former UFC bantamweight champion, returned to the octagon. However, her comeback ended in misery after she was defeated.

Netherlands ban T-Mobile's free streaming music service

T-Mobile has to stop giving its customers access to content that doesn't go against their data plans in the Netherlands.

Snapchat tries convincing investors it can be the next Facebook

Snapchat is trying to convince potential investors that one day it will become the next Facebook and it will be as popular as the social networking site.

Wrong sperm may have fertilized eggs of dozens of women

Utrecht - Dutch authorities say that dozens of women may have had eggs fertilized by sperm cells that were not from the intended father.
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