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Miami’s Andy Miyares wins silver, bronze at World Games
The independent nonprofit partners with leaders in ... The National Football Foundation announced the launch of FootballMatters.org, a powerful new addition to the organization’s campaign to highlight ... read more
Are the Baptist trafficking children?
Affiliated with Greater Grace World Outreach Children of Hope Center (Rusinga Island ... to help the children and the community at large in teaching, building work, medical treatment, etc. Mercy and G... read more
The Fragile Generation
Officers interrogated the boy, who said he was trying to build a fort for himself and his friends ... To combat this problem, we have established a new nonpartisan nonprofit, the Let Grow Foundation. ... read more
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Google's warning over UN summit meeting to update global web rules
There are fears proposals made by China, Russia and other nations could threaten the open model of Internet governance by giving the UN a greater role ... infrastructure matters are dealt with by non- ... read more
IBM Tackles 'Big Data' With New Software
At its Information on Demand (IoD) 2011 conference in Las Vegas on Oct. 24, IBM unveiled new offerings that span a wide variety of big data and business analytics technologies across multiple platform... read more
What has gone wrong with the NBN?
The latest leaked NBN document gives us more insight into the project which was meant to be about "nation building", but which is now turning into a politicised quagmire, writes Paddy Manning. Yesterd... read more
Marriage Is Dead And The Church Is Next
And, technicalities aside, Prop 8. in California is dead, paving the way for same-sex marriage there. While many people will try to dissect these opinions and look for legal silver linings based on th... read more
After beating cancer, Olympics are a breeze for Maine sailor
I wasn’t the victim in this situation. I was totally taking control. “I didn’t really experience a long period of being down after surgery because I went from treatment right back to the university, r... read more
Seymour fined $7,500 for pulling Clady’s hair
Oakland Raiders’ defensive end Richard Seymour was fined $7,500 by the NFL for the unnecessary roughness penalty he received for pulling on the cornrows belonging to Broncos’ left tackled Ryan Clady. ... read more
Kim Davis refuses to applaud Barack Obama at his final State of the Union
Jim Obergefell Obergefell, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was the plaintiff in the landmark ... Smith gave Obama the patch when he met the then-senator during the 2008 presidential campaign. Obama carried it wi... read more
No, GM Mosquitoes Didn’t Start The Zika Outbreak.
The vast majority of those who do show signs of infection report fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis (red eyes), according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control ... the Cayman Islands all re... read more
Eagles name Vick their Ed Block Courage Award recipient
Every December, we begin to receive e-mail announcements regarding the recipients of each team’s Ed Block Courage Award. The Eagles’ recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award is quarterback Mike Vick. R... read more