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Florida residents return to scenes of devastation after Irma

Florida residents return to scenes of devastation after Irma   Residents of the Florida Keys return to a completely different landscape. More than 25 percent of the homes are destroyed while 65 percent suffered major damage. Evacuees...

Scientists explain the sound of knuckle cracking

Scientists explain the sound of knuckle cracking By Helen Briggs BBC News   Scientists have turned their attention to investigating that most annoying of human habits - the sound made when you crack your knuckles. The characteristic pop...

Two dead from Zimbabwe presidential rally blast

Two dead from Zimbabwe presidential rally blast     Medics attend to people injured in an explosion during a rally by Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe June 23, 2018. Image: ...

Could a German 28-hour week make waves across Europe?

Could a German 28-hour week make waves across Europe?   Nearly one million employees with Germany's powerful metalworking union IG Metall won higher pay and the right to a reduced working week. Germany's powerful metalworking union IG...

Flood of the century’ fears rise in Paris along with the Seine

Flood of the century’ fears rise in Paris along with the Seine  By James McAuley    A police boat patrols the waters of the River Seine, whose level has risen near the statue of the Zouave at...

Stress of Trump era harms Americans’ psychological health

Stress of Trump era harms Americans’ psychological health Psychologists find a marked increase in stress in early 2017, as Americans struggle to cope with rumors of looming war, an uncertain political future, and a deep...

Australian, 104, dies in assisted suicide in Switzerland

Australian, 104, dies in assisted suicide in Switzerland By PHILIPP JENNE   LIESTAL, Switzerland (AP) — A 104-year-old Australian biologist who drew international attention to his right-to-die case ended his life in Switzerland on Thursday, an advocacy...

What are the Benefits of Using Polycom Phones?

What are the Benefits of Using Polycom Phones? by Dale Harris   Today’s business landscape demands nothing but the best in communication. The 9-to-5 grind is essentially dead, since business is conducted 24/7 in today’s internet and social...

Facebook says data breach might affect up to 87 million people

Facebook says data breach might affect up to 87 million people   Facebook believes the data of up to 87 million people was improperly shared with the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica. Initial reports had put the...

Swedish archaeologists uncover brutal 5th century massacre

Swedish archaeologists uncover brutal 5th century massacre Maev Kennedy   A three-year dig has uncovered the shocking violence with which the inhabitants of the coastal village of Sandby Borg were struck down. Archaeologists in Sweden have uncovered startling...

Why are Samsung’s emojis different from everyone else?

Why are Samsung's emojis different from everyone else? Alex Hern   From a cookie that’s definitely not a cookie to a yellow flag when everyone else sees red, sending emojis is fraught enough without manufacturers changing things. It’s...

Branding Sailo

Branding Sailo   How Sailo grew its fleet from 100 to 5,000 boats in just one year by leveraging the power of a compelling brand story. A Q&A with Delphine Braas '14 of Sailo, the online boat...

How Link Building Can Help Grow Adult Website Traffic

How Link Building Can Help Grow Adult Website Traffic by Dale Harris   The art of link building is not learned overnight. It takes multiple tries to see results from mastering your content. We’ve established our own...

Are witches the ultimate feminists?

Are witches the ultimate feminists? Kim Kelly   A new book argues that witchcraft’s proponents were among the first to champion the cause and compares their treatment with that of Hillary Clinton. Men have always feared powerful women,...

Greece acts against Russian diplomats over ‘security breach’

Greece acts against Russian diplomats over 'security breach'   Spokesperson for the Russian foreign ministry says, "Tit-for-tat measures will be taken, as is always the case in such situations." Greek diplomatic sources allege the Russian envoys...

Smart meter rollout could force household bills to rise, says supplier

Smart meter rollout could force household bills to rise, says supplier   Adam Vaughan   Energy company warns rising cost of installations due to ‘customer apathy’ could prompt suppliers to increase tariffs. Energy suppliers face rising costs for putting...

Massive extortion cyber attacks hit computers across the globe

Massive extortion cyber attacks hit computers across the globe A massive ransomware attack has hit thousands of computers across three continents. Government offices, hospitals, multinational companies and private users have been affected. A huge extortion cyber...

Automated tax reporting will soon be the only way to meet requirements

Automated tax reporting will soon be the only way to meet requirements Author: Rebecca Polley, Vice President of Business Development, Vertex   In a quest to cut down on fraud, tax authorities are increasing the amount and...

Matthew Mellon: US billionaire dies in Mexico

Matthew Mellon: US billionaire dies in Mexico   The US billionaire Matthew Mellon, who made a fortune in digital currency, has died at the age of 54, his family says. Mr Mellon had struggled with drug addiction,...

UNICEF Mobilizes To Fight Ebola In The Democratic Republic Of Congo

UNICEF Mobilizes To Fight Ebola In The Democratic Republic Of Congo Maryanne Murray Buechner , UNICEF USA   UNICEF and partners are scaling up efforts to contain an Ebola outbreak in...

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