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Ohio police officer kills 12-year-old over a fake gun

Cleveland - A 12-year-old boy playing with a replica gun died Sunday after being shot by a Cleveland police officer responding to a 911 call about a person waving a gun in the park.

The late Mayor of Washington, DC, Marion Barry, dies at 78

Former DC mayor, Marion Barry, a debatable and tireless supporter of the nation’s capital who created jobs for generations of black families, Marion Barry was the ultimate D.C. politician. Barry died on Sunday, November 23, 2014 at the age of 78.

Starbucks pumpkin Spice Latte: No spice or pumpkin?

A recent investigation led by Vani Har of Food Babe revealed that your favorite pumpkin spice lattes from Starbucks aren’t made with spices or pumpkin, but a food scientist thinks you might want to keep it that way.

Op-Ed: Sergeant’s wife surprises him on the other side of the country

A military couple’s surprise reunion will leave you crying happy tears of joy right along with them, when you see what this wife did to her husband.

Madagascar plague kills 40 since August

A plague outbreak in Madagascar has killed 40 people on the island, with 119 more people diagnosed with the bacterial disease since early August.

Bryan Fischer: ‘Freedom of Religion’ only applies to Christianity

Bryan Fischer, a conservative Christian pastor stated in an interview for RenewAmerica.com that the First Amendment of the United States Constitution’s guarantee freedom of religion must only apply to Christianity.

Alan Henning's wife: Islamic State hiding behind religion

Alan Henning, the assassinated British aid worker’s wife has criticized the terror group, the Islamic State for hiding behind religion while carrying out their crimes.

San Francisco window washer survives 11-story fall

The first sign something was wrong was when office workers walking along Montgomery Street looked up to see a blur falling from the sky.

VetiGel can stop bleeding in little as 20 seconds

Created by Brooklyn-based biotech startup, Suneris, VetiGel is made from plant-based polymers that stop bleeding in little as 20 seconds when applied to a wound, working along the human body’s natural healing process.

Black widow arrested for ‘poisoning partners with cyanide’

Police in Japan raided the homes of the 67-year-old Japanese black widow, Chisako Kakehi, who was arrested on suspicion of poisoning her husband, as specifics of six former partners’ deaths transpire in local broadcasting.

NYC hairdresser tests negative for Ebola

New York City - A hairdresser who died after returning from West Africa, one of the Ebola-stricken nations, tested negative for the virus Wednesday, according to health officials.

New video game console: Mario

This new video game cube is known as Mario. Of course, it looks nothing like the Mario you and I grew up with. But I promise you, it is in fact a video game, and you can play one move a day with it.

‘Airbnb for dogs’ DogVacay raised $25 Million

Being dubbed the Airbnb for dogs, DogVacay just raised $25 million, bringing their total venture funding up to $47 million, the Fortune reported. The service allows pet owners to find sitters for their pet while vacationing, for example.

Now you can see yourself 20 years into the future

We all always wonder what our lives will be like in the future. Will I have children? Will I get married? What will the world be like 10 years from now? A new website attempts to predict the future, narrated by your future self.

Taiwan chip designer produces low-priced smartphone

Smartphone chips manufactured by Taiwan’s MediaTek Inc. were mostly looked over by the big phone brands throughout the past decade.

Ontario family says chemo for aboriginal child ‘uncalled for’

Ontario - An Ontario family of an aboriginal child who is the center of attention about whether she should be isolated from her family and given chemotherapy treatment states the box was "uncalled for" and that they would not ever hurt a child's well-being.

One of the most aggressive brain cancers shrunk by cannabis

Shrinking brain tumors with two of marijuana’s key ingredients — tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol — has proven successful, according to the result of a new study.

The Prynt case turns your smartphone into an instant print camera

Over the years, smartphones are always upping the ante. Especially when it comes to how well the device takes the pictures. Luckily, companies such as Prynt are slowly realizing that.

Severed octopus arms still show signs of awareness

It’s evident that octopus intelligence is unlike any other animal we have seen. The octopus’s arms continue to remain alert, reacting to pain, long after they have been removed from the octopus’s body.

Artist who painted Putin in women's lingerie flees Russia

A portrait of Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev in women’s undergarments has been seized from an art gallery in St. Petersburg ahead of the G20 summit.
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