Hits and misses of the first presidential debate
Panel debates the candidates' stances on 'Hannity'
Say Hello to #Google #Allo: A #Smarter #Messaging App
Google today propelled Google Allo, an informing application for Android and iOS with Smart Reply and Google Assistant. You can download Allo from Google Play and Apple's App Store; however you may ne...
DNC LEAK: US Postal Service, Treasury Dept Gave Thousands To Democratic National Committee
As if the Democratic National Committee (DNC) wasn't embroiled in enough scandal already, they just opened themselves up to all kinds of questions. In a...
"Footage from the real Silent Hill" Centralia, PA
In researching different elements of Silent Hill, screenwriter Roger Avary came across a town called Centralia which is in Pennsylvania. Centralia planted the seed for what developed into the town of ...
This is what happens when a Black Lives Matter flag is hoisted at a public university right up there with the U.S. flag
Symbol of justice, symbol of hate or just a piece of fabric? Debate over racism and police use of force comes to the University of Vermont.
Presidential Debate: New Polls Show Dead Heat Between Trump And Clinton
One of the world’s most famous women will be onstage alongside one of the country’s most recognizable men, with polls showing the race essentially tied.
Gut Bacteria May Be Linked To 'Dangerous' Body Fat
The BBC reports that, "The make-up of the bacteria found in human faeces may influence levels of dangerous fat in our bodies."
Angelina Jolie Still Set To Teach At The London School Of Economics In 2017
Angelina Jolie, who is in the middle of a divorce from Brad Pitt, remains on track to join the school as a visiting professor at its Centre for Women, Peace and Security
Haley Bennett - Buddha's Delight
Song from "Music and Lyrics"
Houston Strip Mall Shooting Leaves 9 Injured, Suspect Dead
Police fatally shot the suspect, who started "firing actively" at officers once they located him, said Houston Police Chief Martha Montalvo. More than 15 EMS crews responded to a Petco store in southw...
Charlotte Riots: What They're NOT Telling You
This is NOT a protest, it's a violent riot by criminal, gang-member thugs.
Donald Trump SJW Protesters Cringe Compilation 2016
Donald Trump SJW Protesters Cringe Compilation 2016 Here we go. today we have a Donald Trump SJW Protesters Cringe Compilation 2016 Thanks for watching this ...
Trump promises further military support for Israel
US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has pledged to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel's capital if he is elected president. Trump made the ple...
Some Cities Are Taking Another Look At LED Lighting After AMA Warning
If people are sleepless in Seattle, it may not be only because they have broken hearts. First-generation high-intensity models emit light that may disturb sleep, raise health risks.
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