April 27, 2011 / Business, Government, Lifestyle

Endeavour To Launch Last Mission

Endeavour to Launch on Friday

This Friday, the space shuttle Endeavour will launch into orbit for the last time. Its mission is to connect with the International Space Station to deliver scientific equipment before descending back to earth to become a museum exhibit. NASA has finally decided to end its shuttle program, citing the high costs of space flight. Indeed, […]

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April 27, 2011 / Sports

Ryan Kessler #17 Of The Vancouver Canucks

Canucks Beat Defending Champion Blackhawks 2-1

The Vancouver Canucks Tuesday night helped player Ryan Kessler fulfill a dream expressed in January when the team beat the Chicago Blackhawks 2-1 in overtime in the deciding game seven of a the NHL playoff series. In the first month of the year Kessler said he would like his team to have another shot at […]

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April 27, 2011 / Government, International

Shootings At North Kabul International Airport

Afghan Military Pilot Kills At Least Eight Coalition Forces At Airport

An air force pilot from Afghanistan gunned down a minimum of eight NATO troops Wednesday morning when he shot them at North Kabul International Airport in a military compound. Taliban officials claimed the attack was the latest by insurgents. A press release from NATO claimed a contractor and at least eight soldiers died after the […]

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April 26, 2011 / Government, Health

Supreme Court Takes No Action On Healthcare Legislation

Health Care Law To Continue To Federal Appeals Court

In a move by Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to bring President Obama’s health care legislation before the Supreme Court for review of the law’s constitutionality, justices denied the request. All justices, including Elena Kagan who was the solicitor general at the time the law was passed, are reported to have participated in the vote […]

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April 26, 2011 / Government, Health

FDA Releases Plan To Regulate Eletronic E-cigarettes

FDA Attempts E-cigarettes Regulation

The Food and Drug Administration released its plans to begin regulating smokeless electronic cigarettes and will treat e-cigarettes as a regular tobacco product.  However, for makers and distributors, the news is a win and believes the product will continue to gain popularity. For those that are unaware of the specifics of the device, e-cigarettes heats […]

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April 26, 2011 / Technology

Sony's New Android Tablet To Be Released The End Of 2011

Sony’s New Android

Sony has released its plans to unleash two tablet computers that will run Google’s Android.  The tablets will be release by the ending of 2011. The Android has been reported to be one of the fastest mobile platform available. Apple launched their first iPad a year ago, in April of 2010. They sold over 3 […]

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April 26, 2011 / Health, Lifestyle

Tornadoes In Arkansas Leave A Deadly Path Of Destruction

More Deadly Storms Strike Arkansas

Severe storms continued to pound Arkansas Monday leaving four dead in the town of Vilonia, north of Little Rock. A state of emergency has been declared. The violent weather has accounted for 14 deaths in the state this month. The deadly storm system is now moving across Illinois headed for Wisconsin. Although not officially confirmed, […]

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April 25, 2011 / Government, International

WikiLeaks Releasing Secret Guantanamo Bay Records

U.S. Officials Frustrated By Release Of Secret Guantanamo Bay Records

The Obama administration is becoming increasingly frustrated with various media outlets which continue releasing secret information regarding the Guantanamo Bay prison camp. The information was originally received by these new outlets through WikiLeaks.

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