Monthly Archive:: January 2015

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Family Vows to Raise Cancer Awareness After Loved One Dies

Cancer is like the plague of the 21st century. It spreads across the world and affects populations of many social classes and with different health backgrounds. Some form of the disease is likely to attack one in three people according to

19 Year Old Woman Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for ISIS Conspiracy

ISIS have found efficient ways of recruiting women from around the world to join them. They use the internet and distort the views towards war and terrorism to convince people that their cause is right. The Syrians and Iraqi focus on
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Middle School Principal Not Charged for Medicating Asthmatic Student

Back in December 2014, a male student attending Woodland Middle School in Washington State suffered a severe asthmatic attack. The school’s principal, Cari Thomson, herself an asthmatic, seeing the child endure, let him the use of her personal prescription inhaler because

Four Key Factors Will Determine Rate of Global Growth

For parts of the world, economic growth will start looking up, said the World Bank in its Global Economic Projects report. Lower oil prices, a stronger economy in the USA, and low-interest rates globally promise good things for the world’s economy.

World Bank Releases 2015 Economic Forecast

According to the 2015 economic forecast by the World Bank, slowing overseas economics – particularly in Europe and Japan – could have a ripple effect that would ultimately dampen the optimistic outlook for the United States of America. Lately, the U.S.

New Jersey Man Runs to Raise Money for Fallen Police Officers

James Schissler wants to fight for a good cause, which is to help the families of police officers killed in the line of duty. For that, the Gloucester County man chose a method that attracted a lot of attention. Schissler will

NextEra Energy and Hawaiian Electric Announce Merger

Recently, NextEra Energy (NEE) and Hawaiian Electric Industries (HEI) announced their agreement to merge valued at approximately $4.3 billion. Both companies will keep their names and headquarters. HEI is based in Honolulu and NEE in Florida. HEI even announced that they
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New Study Released Indicates Majority of US Consumers Want a Smart Home Solution

smart home technology Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC) recently announced that nearly 65% of American consumers are very- to seriously interested in a smart home solution, according to a recent survey. Smart homes are the next step up from smartphones and