Retired Congressman Impresses With Long History of Charitable Donations Nov26

Retired Congressman ...

During retirement, most people like to engage in hobbies and pastimes, like gardening, doing crafts, bicycling, or baking. Almost three-quarters of retirees — 71%, in fact — like to read, while 53% pursue religious activities. Few seniors, however, have spent their retirements...

Experts Predict Cont...

China currently boasts the world’s largest consumer market for forklifts — and next year, industry experts predict China’s forklift market will continue to see steady rate of growth. According to a WhaTech.com article, China’s forklift sales volume is expected to...

Dutch Cyber-Security...

When it comes to digital advertising, businesses must be aware of potentially damaging practices and malicious entities who might damage their online reputation instead of helping it. Often, these deleterious methods and individuals will use something called “black hat” SEO, or...

Fitbit Device May Change Personal Injury Litigation Nov20

Fitbit Device May Ch...

Devices have changed nearly every aspect of the way we live — the way we communicate, shop, gather information, and do business. Now, they may be changing the way personal injury lawsuits are resolved. According to Engadget, a personal injury case in Canada will use data taken from a...

Medical Marijuana Patient Sues for Discrimination Against Employer That Refused to Hire Her Nov17

Medical Marijuana Pa...

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Rhode Island recently filed a lawsuit against a textile company for discrimination on behalf of a graduate student the company refused to hire for a two-month internship. According to ABC News, Christine Callaghan, a textiles student at the...

Does the Netherlands...

The Netherlands is set to become the first country with a solar road that’s open for public use. While not a regular driving road, the new solar bike lane connecting the Amsterdam suburbs of Krommenie and Wormerveer is the first step in the Netherlands’ plans for going solar. The...

Move Toward Cleaner,...

Forklifts are used to drive operations at warehouses and other industrial workplaces everywhere — so it’s not a mistake to consider them among the most important vehicles in the world. Yet the majority of the world’s forklifts are powered by combustion engines that require...

Surprise Prince Show...

After rumors of an unannounced Prince show in Toronto sprang up on Twitter, the only surprise Toronto fans received was the news that there was no show. On November 3, Prince’s band — 3RDEYEGIRL — posted a rather unsubtle hint at a Toronto performance on Twitter. The message...

Google to Collaborat...

Monolithic search engine Google recently authorized Tata Communications, a global Internet solution provider, to partner with its new Google Cloud Interconnect service. According to the agreement, the new Google service will connect with Tata Communications’ IZO™ Public platform, and...

Barn Fires Kill Thousands of Animals and Cause Millions in Damage to MN and PA Farms Nov07

Barn Fires Kill Thou...

The community of Truman, Minnesota is mourning the destruction of one of the region’s most notable businesses, after a massive fire ravaged Cougar Run Farm. The farm, which is located in the southern part of the state, is about four miles east of the town of Truman, and is owned by...

Pennsylvania Pollution Incident May Cost EQT $4.5 Million Nov04

Pennsylvania Polluti...

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has filed a complaint with the state Environmental Hearing Board, requesting a $4.5 million civil penalty from EQT Production Company for a major pollution incident in 2012 at EQT’s Phoenix Pad S location in Tioga County. According...

After More High-Prof...

It’s been over 10 months since the Target security breach that rocked the retail industry, and that turned out to be only the beginning. Hundreds of other POS systems have been successfully attacked by hackers looking to gain customer payment information. Earlier this month, Sears...

Home Surveillance Sy...

American homeowners spend $134 billion each quarter on improvements to their homes. Traditionally, this money is spent on improving plumbing, fixing little dents and dings around the house, repainting or papering the walls, and replacing old furniture. However, as a recent report from WPTV,...

NYC Woman Out $100,0...

Finding your perfect match can be tricky, and one New York woman found out the hard way that even money can’t buy love. Audrey Ruden, 61, is suing New York City matchmaker Richard Easton for not delivering on his promise to find her a husband, after she paid him $100,000. Ruden, a...

Can One of the World’s Biggest Producers of Junk Food Help Solve the Latest World Health Crisis? Oct16

Can One of the World...

As the threat of Ebola hammers ever more loudly home, many Americans are left wondering whether or not we have the capabilities to fight off the disease, should it ever find a foothold in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have said on multiple occasions that...

Tough Texas Medical Malpractice Laws May Mean Duncan’s Family Doesn’t Have a Case Oct14

Tough Texas Medical ...

The Texas man who was afflicted with the Ebola virus died this week, leading his family to ask for an investigation into the care he received at the Texas hospital where he was treated. According to Chicago Tribune, Thomas Duncan died of Ebola on Wednesday. Top infectious disease doctors have...

Eight-Year-Old Boy Earns Nickname ‘Jaws’ After Developing Second Row of ‘Shark Teeth’ Oct08

Eight-Year-Old Boy E...

Eight-year-old Zak Brown, a resident of Leeds, West Yorkshire, has acquired an interesting childhood nickname that he isn’t likely to forget anytime soon — when Zak’s friends found out that he had not just one set of teeth, but two, they dubbed him “Jaws,” after...

New National Mall Memorial Intended to Honor Veterans With Disabilities Oct02

New National Mall Me...

Washington, D.C.’s National Mall, the stretch of the nation’s capital that boasts the Capitol building, the Washington Monument and memorials for veterans of several major wars, welcomes approximately 25 million visitors annually. On Sunday, Oct. 5, the National Mall will unveil a...

Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte Soars to Social Media Superstardom Sep30

Starbucks’ Pum...

It’s about that time of year when blade signs on sidewalks outside Starbucks coffee shops drive customers inside to purchase the company’s limited-time Pumpkin Spice Latte. But street signs aren’t the only way that Starbucks is pulling in its customers this year. The Pumpkin...

UPS to Start Offerin...

Students looking to print papers, businesses that want to print mailers, pet owners who need to make “LOST” fliers, and more all use UPS to cheaply get work done. After all, original printer manufacturers’ ink cartridges can be pretty expensive, with alternatives not being...