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Chinese and Indian Smog Influencing U.S. Weather

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Man-made air pollution kills millions of people every year, but a new study suggests that poor air quality in India and China could be contributing to extreme weather patterns in the U.S. and Canada.

The study by researchers at Texas A&M, the first of its kind to focus on


Unexplained Death Following Bizarre Police Confrontation


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PHOENIX — A 38-year-old man died following an altercation with Phoenix police officers at a West Valley restaurant on Sunday night. Video of the deadly struggle was taken by restaurant employees, and posted online.

Two police officers were injured during the struggle with Edward Michael Caruth at Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers.


Forget Google Glass, Look at This

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If you are the kind of person who gets uncomfortable at the thought of somebody recording you on Google Glass, the search company’s latest patent application will probably make you feel even more uneasy.

In January Google announced its smart contact lens project and now has filed


Russia Insists Ukraine on Edge of Civil War

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Russia declared Ukraine on the brink of civil war on Tuesday as Kiev said an “anti-terrorist operation” against pro-Moscow separatists was under way, with troops and armored personnel carriers seen near a flashpoint eastern town. Twenty-four hours after an Ukrainian ultimatum expired for the separatists to lay down their arms, witnesses however saw no signs


Compulsive Gamer Lets Toddler Die of Starvation

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A father in South Korea is accused of allowing his young son to starve to death while he played online games, the latest tragedy that highlights the addictive nature of Internet gaming in the super-wired country

A South Korean man has been arrested on suspicion of allowing his 2-year-old son to starve


Syrian Rebels Spotted Using U.S. Missiles

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Online videos show Syrian rebels using what appear to be U.S. anti-tank rockets, weapons experts say, the first significant American-built armaments in the country’s civil war.

They would signal a further internationalization of the conflict, with new rockets suspected from Russia and drones from Iran also spotted in the forces of President Bashar al-Assad.


Ancient Text Refers to Wife of Jesus


Experts at Columbia, MIT and Harvard have concluded through scientific testing that a small papyrus fragment that quotes Jesus making references to “my wife,” is in fact from ancient times. What do these new findings reveal? Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Michael Peppard, a theology professor at Fordham University, about the religious ramifications of this discovery.


Student Records Bullying Incident, Threatened with Wiretapping Charges

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A special education high school student made an audio recording of a bullying incident and was later threatened with charges of wiretapping.

School administrators agreed to reduce the sentence, and March 19 the student, from South Fayette High School in McDonald, Pa., was charged with disorderly conduct.

The student and


Personal Devices Powered by Body Heat?

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There’ll soon be no need to ever take off wearable technology as your body heat will be able to run a generator to keep it powered-up.

Thanks to a new invention by scientists in Korea heat that escapes the body can be converted into energy using the generator that can be curved along with


GMO Corn Now Causing U.S. to Lose Hundreds of Millions


China Still allows the use of the insecticide ddt, they have questionable policy on pollution control but yet REJECT U.S. GMO varieties of corn, this should definitely sound the alarm bell’s in the heads of all Americans.

China’s rejection of shipments of US corn containing traces of unapproved genetically modified maize has caused a


IRS Going After Children of Deceased Debtors

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Iran’s Proposed UN Ambassador Denied Visa by U.S.

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The United States said on Friday it would not grant a visa to Iran’s proposed UN ambassador, citing the envoy’s links to the 1979-1981 hostage crisis, in a rare step that raises questions about how much influence the White House can wield over the world body.

United Nations Building in New York City



NASA Aiming to Put Two-Story Building On Mars



The Jet Propulsion Laboratory here – one of NASA’S leading research and development centers – gave journalists a peek at the future Wednesday. Get out your notebooks and scratch out the words, “flying saucer” and put in, “Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator” (LDSD).

That’s what they’re calling the new, rocket-powered, saucer-shaped test vehicle


Psychopath Water-boarding Pediatrician Goes to Jail

Melvin Morse, 60, was sentenced to three years in prison on Friday, April 11, 2014, for waterboarding the daughter of his longtime companion by holding her head under a faucet

GEORGETOWN, Del. – A former Delaware pediatrician has been sentenced to three years in prison for waterboarding the daughter of his longtime companion by holding her head under a faucet.

Melvin Morse, 60, was sentenced to three years in prison on Friday, April 11, 2014, for waterboarding the daughter of his longtime companion by


Stealthy Credit Card Skimmer Found in NYC Subway

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Be careful on the subway. Sure, the platforms are safer than ever, and the cars are even pretty clean. But credit card thieves seem to come up with a new way to steal your personal information every day. The latest ploy: a card-reading spy camera, hiding above


U.S. Mining Student Faces Japanese Justice Over Pot “Edibles”

In this Nov. 4, 2010 file photo, bales of marijuana are wheeled out at a news conference in Jonesboro, Ga. Forty-five people were arrested 45 people along with cash, guns and more than two tons of drugs as part of an investigation by federal and local law enforcement into the Atlanta-area U.S. distribution hub of Mexico's La Familia drug cartel. Drug cartels have long been the nation’s No. 1 supplier of illegal drugs, but in the past, their operatives rarely ventured beyond the border.

Japanese prosecutors appear to be using the country’s very strict anti-drug laws to go after 25-year-old Tim Wilson. Wilson was attending Tohuku University in Sendai, Japan, as an exchange student when he was arrested back in August.

He’s remained in custody ever since.

“They keep pushing the trial back,” his father Jeff Wilson said


Putin Threatens to Cut Gas Flow to Europe

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Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) chairs a meeting at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow on Thursday

President Vladimir Putin warned on Thursday that Russian gas supplies to Europe could be disrupted if Moscow cuts the flow to Ukraine over unpaid bills, drawing a United States (US) accusation that it is using energy “as


Four U.S. Women Receive Lab Grown Vaginas

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Four women have had new vaginas grown in the laboratory and implanted by doctors in the US. A tissue sample and a biodegradable scaffold were used to grow vaginas in the right size and shape for each woman as well as being a tissue match.

Scans of the pelvic region were used to design


$3 Earrings: Couple Strip Searched

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Deadra Pattum and her fiancé John Marsden have a bone to pick with Y Beauty Supply in southeast Houston.

The couple said they were humiliated inside the store last week when they stopped by to purchase some hair extensions.

“I’m not a thief,” said Pattum.

They said they were over-billed for a pair


GMO Mosquitoes Set Loose in Brazil


JACOBINA, Brazil — In this Brazilian farm town where legions of people have suffered from dengue fever, a campaign is fighting back, releasing swarms of mosquitoes engineered to wipe out their own species.

Researchers hope that a lab-engineered version of skeeters like these will obliterate their own kind, and wipe out dengue (malaria) in


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