What Khloe Kardashian’s Latest Dating Woes Can Tell Us About Ourselves

While global citizens everywhere grapple with the continued wrath of polar vortexes, prolonged violence abroad and mounting civil rights unrest right here in America, the question du jour remains: Who is Khloe Kardashian dating, after all? The prominent socialite and reality television star filed for divorce from NBA player Lamar Odom in late 2013, but […]

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In 2015, More Teens Will be Killed by a Bullet Than a Car Accident

According to a new report by the Center for American Progress, guns are soon expected to surpass car collisions as the number one cause of death among young people — driving home the point that gun deaths are not rare, tragic events, but a surprisingly common danger across the country. Three years ago, in 2010, […]

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Studies Confirm: Video Marketing Is Savagely Successfully, Shows No Signs of Slowing Down

Digital marketing company Regalix released its 2014 Video Marketing and Advertising: Trends and Tactics Report, which had some surprising finds. The survey found that 83% marketers prioritized creating brand awareness and 77% thought triggering customer engagement more important than other goals. In less than a decade, video marketing has become one of the most essential […]

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Chicago Transit Authority Set to Upgrade its Fleet With 300 New Buses

Using public transportation every day is a way of life for people in big cities, and the Chicago Transit Authority is working to make residents of the city more comfortable when they ride. It is currently inspecting and testing a new prototype that is intended to be used for a fleet of 300 new buses […]

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Firefighter Benefits Fueling the Flames in Baltimore’s Workers’ Comp Debate

Mary McElroy spent 22 years with the Baltimore Fire Department working as a firefighter-paramedic. Unfortunately, the 52-year-old developed cancer that she believes can be attributed to her career. Last fall, the state Workers’ Compensation Commission announced that they agreed with her claim and ordered that the city pay for any cancer treatments she needs now […]

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Paco de Lucia the Famous Spanish flamenco Guitarist Passes Away

Paco de Lucia the 66 years old guitarist has passed away on Wednesday. He was famously known for transforming the folk art of flamenco into modern melodies of guitar. The spokesman of his home town Miguel Nunez said that “He was playing the guitar with his family members on a beach of Mexico where he […]

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Thanks Obamacare for Opening the Doors of Entrepreneurship

Karen Willmus a teacher of 9th grade has decided to quit her job because Obamacare is paying her enough to focus on her start up. Congressional Budget Office report reveals that it is just a beginning. Millions of Americans will rely over the Obamacare and quit their existing jobs for smoothly sailing their life. Furthermore, […]

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Governor Brewer Is Supposed To Veto Anti-Gay Measure

The close aids of Governor Brewer disclosed that the Governor is supposed to veto the anti-guy measures that allow businesses for not giving services to gay and lesbians owing to religious affiliation. NBC News quoted Chuck Coughlin – the political adviser of Brewer that she wants the legislature to accomplish the task.  On the other […]

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