Some product recalls dominate the headlines, but most go under the radar with an average of 6.5 different products recalled each day.
2014 a year in review
The last few days everyone has been following the Donald Streling story. If you haven't here is the quick version of what happened,
The trail of former athlete who murdered his girlfriend carries on for the 4th week now.
The young generations of countries that have been controlled by tyrants and dictators, sometimes stand up and face them head on. A great example of this, is what is happening Venezuela.
We come to another news day and surprise, surprise another food on the list of garbage people are consuming deemed to be a cause of cancer.
Last week in the United States it was the thanksgiving weekend, and that meant that it was the weekend of black Friday. Now that the numbers are in, they say it was calm due to the fact that there was only 1 death and 15 injuries.
3.5 million youth sports injuries occur each year, yet the majority of these incidents can be easily prevented by taking precautionary steps.
The numbers have just been released for the first quarter of the Obamacare program and they are shockingly lower than anyone expected.
For the last couple of months the mayor of Toronto, Canada, has been denying his alleged drug use and saying that he was clean. There was insurmountable evidence against him but he kept denying the fact that he had ever used.
Just recently I saw an interview with former greenpeace president bashing world famous scientist david suzuki. In this interview they were saying that Suzuki has gone from being genuine about his care for the environment
The TTC just announced that certain stations of the subway will be wi-fi enabled meaning you won't miss those important facebook updates while waiting for the train.
Just the other day the government of China has announced that they will be launching a free trade zone in the city of Shanghai. Unlike the other zones created in China to lure in foreign investors this zone is created to do so much more.
In Boston police are trying to deter bicycle thieves by placing a cardboard cutout of a police office in the bicycle cage. So when there is not an actual officer on duty in the area this cutout should deter theft
Here is another great story of how science can be used for something else other than weapon production. Elon Musk released designs of a tube that would span from LA to San Francisco.
In 2016 NASA is planning to launch a probe into space to collect core samples off an asteroid named 10155 Bennu.
Just outside of Toronto a man twitted yesterday that he wanted someone to come to his workplace to sell him some drugs. The police saw his tweet and re tweeted it and asked him if they could tag along for the buy in a joking way.
Over the last couple of weeks there has been so much controversy about the Olympic games being held in Russia due to their anti gay laws.
Scientists have discovered an earth sized planet called Kepler 78b, whose surface is completely covered by lava. If that was not intriguing enough, the planet rotates so fast that it completes a year in just 8.5 hours
A study has recently come out that is inconclusive, but in this study they were trying to relate the aggression in children in respect to the amount of sugary drinks they consumed.
Police in an Atlanta county broke into someones home without a proper warrant even when the residents had yelled at the police that they were clearly at the wrong address.
Last Friday September 6, 2013 NASA launched a probe called LADEE to the moon. LADEE stands for, lunar atmosphere dust and environment explorer.
If you Live in Toronto or have ever visited than you must know of Honest Ed's. This is a great discount store and a fun place to visit. When I saw this story I was not really surprised but at the same time sad.
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