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Drones causing rise in UFO sightings

Look up in the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's a cloud, it's a UFO or it may be just a drone. The increased use of drones by both military and the private sector have led to an increase in the number of reported UFO sightings.

Review: The Walking Dead, the fourth season

The Walking Dead,shuffled into its fourth season recently and fans of the show could not wait. Over the first three seasons the show has been a ratings juggernaut for AMC. The fourth season opener proved to be an even better ratings winner.

More than half of fast-food workers need public assistance

No longer are fast food workers the pimply faced kids seeking to earn some quick cash. Today many fast food restaurant workers are middle aged or retired adults seeking to survive financially.

Apple introduces the iPad Air

Three years ago the iPad was born. it was boxy, thick and heavy. This week on October 22 Apple announced it's fifth generation iPad and it is a beauty.

Tattooed women outnumber men in recent poll

When it comes to getting tattoos it seems woman hold a slight upper edge over men. In the United States 23 percent of the women have tattoos compared with only 19 percent of the men,

Review: A not so welcome home,'Never Go Back' by Lee Child

The book, the 18th installment in the Jack Reacher novels continues the storyline covered in the novels, 61 Hours, Worth Dying For and A Wanted Man.

Japanese firm brings smell sense to smartphones

Smartphone users love their phones, after all they can do almost everything with them these days. Smartphone users can phone a friend, take pictures which are uploaded with the touch of an app, and even find their way around.

Review: Terror at the Amusement Park, 'Joyland' by Stephen King

Stephen King is known the world over for his novels, short stories and movies. His novels have sold millions of copies. A number of his books have also been turned into feature length films and TV shows.

E-books, changing people's reading habits

Todd, 23, is an avid comic book fan. He use to spend a lot of time at the comic book store buying all the latest issues of his favorite comics. Three years ago Todd bought an iPad. Now he downloads and reads a lot of his comic books as e-books.

Op-Ed: Facebook, America's place to go senseless

Facebook was created on the campus of Harvard University in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg and others to help them communicate with their friends. The site immediately became a social networking sensation.

Obamacare is here, like it or not

Like it or not Obamacare is here. On October 1, the Affordable Health Care Act took effect. Millions of uninsured American's must now seek out and sign up for health insurance.

Review: Breaking Bad goes out in style Special

The end has come for the iconic television show Breaking Bad. Millions of people watched as Walter White lived through the final minutes of his on-screen life.

Review: Four new shows worth watching this fall

it's the fall, schools are back in session, pumpkin spice latte is back and the fall television season is in full swing.

Are smartphones making people less impulsive?

Almost everyone has done it at one time or another- impulse buying. It may be something as small as a pack of M & M's or as large as a television.

Philadelphia Flyers hope changes fuel return to playoffs

Philadelphia - The Flyers went 23-22-3 last season and were 10th in the Eastern Conference with 49 points last season. As a result the Flyers uncharacteristically missed the playoffs for only the second time since 1994

Op-Ed: Week Three in the NFL not a good one for the NFC East

Week three in the NFL was not a good week for the NFC east. The Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and the Washington Redskins all lost. The only team to win was the Dallas Cowboys.

Op-Ed: Can the Philadelphia Eagles offense last all year?

Philadelphia - When the Philadelphia Eagles hired Chip Kelly as their new coach they expected their offense to gain yardage and score a lot of points.

New Jersey boardwalk destroyed by fire

Seaside Park - The Seaside Park, New Jersey boardwalk which had survived the wrath of tropical storm Sandy was destroyed by a raging fire Thursday.

Two toned lobster caught in Maine

A lobsterman of the coast of Maine caught an almost perfectly two-tone lobster - orange and brown. Scientists say the odd of this happening are 1 in 50 million.

Drunken wasps pose threat to people in UK

The British Red Cross warned that billions of "unemployed" wasps who have fulfilled their duties to their queen are now raising havoc in England.
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