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Web and Mobile App Connects Road Rage Drivers

Interaction between drivers has taken a new step with the launch of Bump.com, a new social networking site that allows users to connect to other drivers just by using their license plates. The website and smart phone app now lets drivers vent at drivers who cut them off or contact the attractive occupant of a… Keep Reading

Entertainment

Paris Hilton Admits Owning Discovered Cocaine

Celebrity socialite Paris Hilton, who had cocaine found in her purse when she was stopped by police last month, has now pleaded guilty to drug possession. Hilton had denied the drugs belonged to her when discovered by police. She will now be charged for misdemeanor offense of drug possession and obstruction of an officer and… Keep Reading

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Lady Gaga to Lead ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Rally

Singer-songwriter Lady Gaga will be leading a rally in Portland, Maine in an attempt to get the state’s two Republican senators, Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe, to support a repeal of the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy against gay and lesbian service members. Supporters of the repeal have stated that the do not yet… Keep Reading

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Stevie Wonder Urges UN to Loosen Copyright Laws

Pop legend Stevie Wonder recently told diplomats from over 200 nations to stop fighting over copyright issues and support actions that can help blind people around the world. Wonder stated there is a lack of support and learning materials for the visually impaired all around the world due to various countries having laws that prevent… Keep Reading

Science & Tech

Action-Game Players Make Good Decisions Quicker

Research conducted by the University of Rochester in New York has shown that action-gamer players have strengthened abilities to translate sensory information into accurate decisions. Although some players in the study may have started off with superior probabilistic inference skills, an additional experiment indicated and subsequently proven that playing action games amplifies an ability to… Keep Reading

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Comic Artist on Islamic Hit List, Goes Into Hiding

Talented cartoonist Molly Norris has recently had to change her identity and go into hiding after heeding the advice of top security specialists at the FBI. The artist behind the popular “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day” movement was put onto the Islamic hit-list earlier this year. Her idea – which began as a casual joking comment… Keep Reading

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Abandoned Baby Saved By Airport Cleaners

A new-born baby left in the rubbish bin of a toilet in Manila was found and rescued by vigilant airport cleaners. Investigators believe that the baby was born in the toilet itself and a search for the mother has already begun. According to reports, the baby was conceived as the mother’s Gulf Air jet flew… Keep Reading

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British Teen Banned From U.S. Over Obama Email

According to reports in The Sun newspaper, a UK teenager was banned from entering the United States of America for life after sending emails to the White House which directed obscenities at U.S. president, Barrack Obama. Angel was reported to have sent the email to the White House after watching a television show about the… Keep Reading

Science & Tech

Talk-Powered Cell Phones on the Horizon

Revolutionary research by Korean scientists might give the world its next source of conveniently obtainable energy source – chatty teenagers. Recent years have seen a staggering advancement of scientific methods that enable electricity to be generated out of piezoelectric devices. Experimental prototypes that generate power as we walk or run are already being tested. However,… Keep Reading

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Attempted Koran Burning Foiled By Skateboarder

A Koran-burning attempt in Amarillo, Texas was recently foiled by the one of the most unlikely sources – A 23 year old skateboarder named Jacob Isom. He was one of about 200 protestors who had gathered to stop the Koran burning event. Mr. Isom was part of a group that was protesting a Koran-burning plan… Keep Reading

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