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New nukes


The Obama administration is loaning billions of dollars to help build the US’ first new nuclear reactors in more than 30 years. The government has been negotiating the terms for the agreement with energy provider Southern Company for years. $6.5 billion is being put towards 2 new reactors at the Vogtle nuclear plant in Georgia.

Bitcoin ATMs coming

In the next few weeks, high-tech ATMs for digital currency Bitcoin will be installed in Texas and Seattle. They’re being manufactured by a Las Vegas-based outlet called Robocoin, and are the first of their kind in the US. A company spokesman says the ATMs will make Bitcoin more accessible to consumers.

Ukrainian violence

Tuesday was the most violent day between police and demonstrators since the country’s protests began 3 months ago. At least 25 people were killed in confrontations at Kiev’s Independence Square. The international community is looking to respond. EU leaders are expected to impose harsh sanctions against the Ukrainian government.

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The Northeastern US is running low on rock salt. Frequent winter storms have caused supplies of the ice-melting material to dwindle. New Jersey is trying to secure a 40,000 ton shipment that’s stuck in Maine without the required federal waiver. Crews may not have enough salt to withstand another storm.

Minimum wage pros and cons

Democrats are hoping to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 as early as next month. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says that over 16 million people would see their wages rise under the plan, and almost a million people would move above the poverty line. However 500,000 jobs could be lost by 2016, and employment growth could be stunted.

Egyptian officials threatened

An al-Qaeda inspired organization which has become increasingly hostile towards foreigners and Egyptian police and military has government officials concerned.  The threat, made on Twitter, gave travelers in the Sinai Peninsula until Thursday to leave Egypt, or face an attack.



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Fly like an eagle

US thrill-seeker Joby Ogwyn will dive from 29,000 feet above sea level wearing a custom-made wing suit and a camera, and he’ll do it live on Discovery Channel during a 2-hour event in may. He’s expected to hit speeds upwards of 150mph after diving off Mt. Everest.

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A new study by McAfee says that 49% of adults send or receive sexual content through their smartphones. 50% store the racy images and text they receive, and 77% of sexters send the saucy content to their significant others.  Men send explicit pics more than women – 61% to 48%. And 16% of sexters send material to complete strangers!

A clean getaway

A new crime survey says that laundry detergent is the most popular item to steal in the US.  Also in the top ten? pregnancy tests, catalytic converters, maple syrup, Nutella, and manhole covers.  Evidently, pranksters and college students never get tired of manhole covers.

Not quite the Avengers

UK scientists are searching for real-life superheroes. As part of the Innovation Challenge, they’re hoping to find people who are super-quick healers or extremely resistant to diseases. The studies may eventually lead to new treatments for everything from diabetes to Parkinsons. The best candidate will take home $10,000.

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According to a recent study, good old-fashioned printed ads and flyers are still the top two sources of coupons. 55% of those surveyed also get discounts online.  The study also revealed that 89% of food and drink purchases in the grocery store are influenced by coupons.

Nobody will crack this one

“123456” is now the least secure internet password.  It beat out perennial favorite “password” for the first time.  Splash Data analyzed millions of stolen passwords to compile their “worst of” list. “12345678” rounded up the top 3. A friendly tip: mix up your passwords, or you might regret it.

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Storm on the move

After sweeping the southern US, a major winter storm has its sights set on the north east. 8-15 inches of snow is expected in the Boston, NYC, and Washington area. The Capital has already closed all federal offices and ordered employees to stay home.  The southern US is now in cleanup mode.

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Two of the largest US cable operators are about to combine as Comcast announced it will buy Time Warner Cable in an all-stock deal worth $45.2 billion. The combined company will boast 30 million subscribers, 30% of the total cable market.  The deal is expected to close by the end of the year.

Nagin guilty

Former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin was found guilty of several charges including bribery, wire fraud, conspiracy, money laundering, and tax evasion. Prosecutors said the bribes totalled over half a million dollars. Nagin often granted favors in exchange for bribes. He faces at least 20 years in prison.

Obamacare signups increasing

As of February 1, 3.3 million people have now enrolled in Obamacare plans. Americans 18-34 are signing up at a faster rate, and now make up 27% of total enrollment, versus 24% in December. Open enrollment in Obamacare will end on March 31, after which uninsured people could face a tax penalty.

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Kentucky senator Rand Paul has filed a class action lawsuit against the NSA. He’s also invited millions of Americans to join, in protest of the NSA’s data-collecting programs. Paul says that Americans who have had privacy violated have to take legal action, calling the program a violation of the 4th Amendment.

Hunting in Yellowstone

It may soon be legal to hunt bison iN Yellowstone National Park. Montana state vets say it could b necessary in order to keep bison numbers manageable. It would be the first time since 1894 that hunting in the park would be legal. Early in the 20th Century, there were fewer than 50 bison left in the park, but there are over 4600 now.



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Massive storm in southern US

Icy roads and snowing conditions are affecting several southern US states, including Texas and Georgia. The National Weather Service calls the storm “catastrophic”, “crippling”, and “paralyzing”. The main concern is ice, which could cause power outages. 20,000 are without power across Georgia already.

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The US House of Representatives has passed a 1-year increase to the debt ceiling, with no strings attached. The vote carried 221-201 with just 28 Republicans voting yes. The debt limit issue will now be set aside until after the congressional elections in November.

Still no calls on planes

US lawmakers approved a bill banning in-flight cellphone calls. Passengers will be allowed to text, email, browse the internet, and download datab on smartphones and other devices. The FAA decided to allow in-flight phone calls last year, but House members felt calls would be noisy and possibly disruptive to other flyiers.

Tom Brokaw treated for cancer

Former NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw revealed he’s being treated for a cancer affecting blood cells in the bone marrow. His doctors are optimistic about the outcome of his treatment.  Brokaw has been a special correspondent for NBC since stepping down as main news anchor in 2004.

Swanky State dinner

President Obama honored French President Francois Hollande at a State dinner brimming with A-Listers. The two leaders praised one another, suggesting that any animosity over the NSA spying scandal was water under the bridge. Dining alongside the politicians were stars like Stephen Colbert, Bradley Cooper, and JJ Abrams.

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24 people have been arrested in the US and Italy, charged with a litany of offenses including trafficking. The FBI says the suspects included associates of the Gambino and Bonanno crime families, and the notorious ‘Ndrangheta syndicate, which is trying to increase its power in the US. This bust will be a serious blow to their plans.


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Total meat recall


8.7 million pounds of beef has been recalled from the Rancho Feeding Corporation in Northern California. Product shipped between January 2013 and January 2014, and is said to ahve come from “diseased and unsound” animals not properly inspected by federal authorities. So far, no illnesses have been reported in relation to the tainted meat.

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The wildly successful “Flappy Bird” game was abruptly removed from iTunes and Google Play after nearly 50 million downloads. The game was controversial both for its difficulty and because its graphics appeared to be stolen from the Nintendo Classic “Super Mario Brothers”. Some speculate Nintendo threatened to sue.

Casa Nostra


Al Capone’s Miami Beach house is on the market. The 10,000-foot mansion is listed at nearly $8.5 million. Legend says Capone orchestrated 1929’s infamous St. Valentine’s Day Massacre from the property.  When Capone initially bought the house in the 1920s, it cost just $40,000.

Iranian navy approaching


Iranian naval officials say warships have been ordered to approach US maritime borders. The move is intended as retaliation for the stationing of American vessels in the Persian Gulf. Defense officials in Washington have essentially shrugged, saying ships are free to operate anywhere in international waters.

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Mexican authorities have arrested Tirso Martinez Sanchez, one of the world’s most wanted drug lords. He is accused of smuggling tons of cocaine into the US and Europe. The US State Department had offered a $5 million reward for his capture. Authorities say Martinez Sanchez smuggled drugs using ocean vessels, tractor-trailers, and railroad tanker cars.

New Syrian peace talks


A new round of Syrian peace talks is underway in Geneva. Reps for President Bashar al-Assad’s regime have arrived, as well as the opposition, whom the government refers to as “terrorists”. Observers say it doesn’t appear there will be much progress, as rebels insist on a transition that doesn’t include Assad.


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Penn State to the moon

A team of students from Penn State are on the brink of becoming the 4th team in history to land a spaceship on the moon. They plan to launch in 2015 if they can raise enough money.  The team is one of many working to win the Google Lunar XPrize of $40million.

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Traffic congestion at one of Eindhoven, Holland’s busiest intersections resulted in accidents and injuries. Enter the Hovenring. Held above the intersection via steel cables and  230-foot pylon, the Hovenring has LED lights at night for safety.  Officials say it has made it easier to get around the city.

Crush the competition

King, creator of the Candy Crush Saga video game, is trying to trademark the word “candy” to halt imitators from using the word in their game titles.  They say they’ll only enforce the ban when it’s an obvious copycat.  The Candy Crush app has been downloaded 500 million times since launch, and was 2013’s top free game.

Largest telescope ever

The European Extremely Large Telescope is set to begin construction in Chile. The reflecting telescope will measure nearly 130ft in diameter, and will be used to probe for extra-solar planets that resemble earth, and learn more about how stars are formed.  Its incredible size will provide higher resolution images than ever before.

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A new survey says that women would rather hear a compliment than a pickup line. Only 5% of women responded positively to pickukp lines.  A quarter of women thought jokes were good icebreakers, and more than half went for “you have lovely eyes”.  “Can I buy you a drink” was also successful.

Online reviews often faked

A new study says that over a fifth of Americans who’ve left online reviews didn’t actually use the product or service reviewed!  Some left negative reviews because they don’t like the company, or because they don’t like the idea of a product. The number one reason for fake reviews? “They just felt like it”.

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Obamacare website getting debugged


The US Health Department has enlisted the “best and brightest” from both inside and outside of the government to help rid the Obamacare website of bugs keeping millions of Americans from signing up. President Barack Obama says there are no excuses for not having the website,, ready to go by October 1.



Ay caramba, sacre bleu


Mexico and France are furious with the US and demanding answers in the wake of new spying allegations leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. The reports claim that the NSA monitored 70 million phone calls across France, and hacked into the personal email account of former Mexican President Felipe Calderon.


Bushfires sweeping through SE Australia


At least 200 homes in southeastern Australia have been destroyed in two huge bushfires west of Sydney. With high winds and extremely hot conditions forecast in the coming week, authorities are worried that the two blazes will converge and form a “megafire”. Officials have declared a state of emergency in New South Wales.


New nuke station in UK


The British government has given the green light to build the country’s first new nuclear power station in a generation. The Hinkley Point C plant in Somerset will be built by a coalition led by France’s EDF Energy, along with heavy funding from Chinese investors. The site will feature two reactors that should provide power for sixty years.


US resumes funding to Pakistan


The United States has quietly resumed giving security funding to Pakistan. Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2011 Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama bin Laden. US President Barack Obama has requested over $1.1 billion in aid for Pakistan and is scheduled to meet with Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Washington on Wednesday.


Drug cartel chief killed by assassin dressed as clown


Francisco Rafael Arellano Felix– a former chief of the Tijuana Cartel – was killed by an assassin dressed up as a clown. It happened at a family gathering in the popular tourist town of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The clown and his two accomplices managed to escape.


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US not A-OK


The results are in from a massive international study of basic competency skills. The three categories In the Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies were math, reading, and problem-solving using technology. While Japan, Finland, and Australia scored high marks across all categories, US adults scored well below average across the board.


The social neighbourhood


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent 30 million dollars to purchase four homes surrounding his own home in Palo Alto, California because he was worried about them being marketed as “the place beside Mark Zuckerberg”. The families living in the houses aren’t going anywhere, which means the Facebook CEO can add a new title to his resume: landlord.

Cloak and dagger


Facebook has announced that it’s removing a privacy feature that let users limit who could find them on the network. But now the so-called “invisibility cloak” has been taken away, meaning that all of the social site’s billion-plus members are searchable. Facebook says users can still protect their privacy by limiting who can see their posts online.

Banksy has NYC yard sale


Famous artist Banksy claimed he recently set up a stall at the edge of Central Park in New York and was selling original signed pieces for $60 each, which usually go for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Unfortunately, not many people were convinced it was the real deal – it took four hours before the first sale was made.

Ri-Ri tweets, gets more people arrested


Rihanna recently tweeted about a wild strip show she saw at a bar in Thailand last month, which led to the bar owner getting arrested on charges of obscenity. It’s the same trip where her Instagram photo got two others arrested for illegal possession of a protected primate.

Indian givers, not receivers


According to a survey by Men’s Health, men in India have the least sex in the world – less than once a week on average. The average Indian man has had just three sexual partners, and nearly half of men surveyed think their lovers are faking it. Men from Croatia top the list with an average of 11 partners each.

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Done deal


The US Congress passed a bill late Wednesday night to reopen the federal government and to raise the debt ceiling. There will be no debt default, and thousands of furloughed employees will be back to work on Thursday. The agreement came just hours before the midnight deadline to raise the country’s 16.7 trillion dollar debt ceiling.



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Newark Mayor Cory Booker is seen as a rising star in the Democrat party, and his career took a major step up the ladder Wednesday night. Booker won a special election to represent New Jersey in the US Senate. The seat was vacated when Senator Frank Lautenberg died in June.


Cuban cleared


American billionaire Mark Cuban was cleared of insider trading on Wednesday – and he sounded off on the US government for trying to bully him. The owner of the Dallas Mavericks was accused of using a private tip to avoid a huge loss on his sale of shares in Internet search company


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The father of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says his son has more secrets to share, and staying in Russia will allow him to continue sharing them. Lon Snowden spoke with New York media following a visit to Moscow. He criticized the media for calling his son a “fugitive”, saying his status as a Russian asylee is legal.


China going nuclear in UK


China has been given the go-ahead to invest in UK nuclear power plants. George Osborne, the man responsible for British economic and financial matters, made the announcement during a trade visit to China. He even went so far as to say that the Chinese could eventually be given a majority stake in UK nuclear plants.


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The long-delayed UN conference to bring Syria’s government and opposition together has finally been given a date. The “Geneva 2” conference is scheduled for November 23 and 24. Syrian Deputy Prime Minster Qadri Jamil confirmed the dates, which he received from UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. Efforts to get the conference organized have been going on since May.


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Al-Liby in Big Apple


The suspected terrorist captured in a daring Special Forces raid in Libya has been brought to the US to stand trial. Abu Anas Al-Liby appeared in a New York court Tuesday, where he’s facing charges for his alleged role in two embassy bombings. Al-Liby was flown from a Navy ship in the Mediterranean Sea to New York over the weekend.


Moscow migrants marshaled


Russian police rounded up over 1600 migrants in Moscow on Monday, following a round of violent protests over a fatal stabbing. Rioting broke out in the city’s southern district after a 25-year-old Russian man was killed, allegedly by a migrant. Angry citizens stormed a shopping mall and a vegetable market, reportedly in search of foreign workers.


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A two-day gathering between world powers and Iran is being viewed as the best chance in years to end the dispute over the country’s controversial nuclear program. Representatives from the US, Russia, China, France, Britain, and Germany are on hand in Geneva for the negotiations. Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani has said repeatedly that he wants to improve relations on the global scene.




One of the world’s most infamous pirate kingpins has been caught in a police scheme right out of a Hollywood movie. Mohamed Abdi Hassan was lured from Somalia to Belgium thinking he’d be advising a documentary film crew on a feature about his life. Instead, Hassan was apprehended in a sting by authorities upon landing at Brussels airport.


Russia denies more Greenpeace bail requests


Russia is still holding all 30 members of the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise after refusing two more bail requests on Monday. The crew has been in the extreme northern region of Murmansk for nearly three weeks since being arrested for climbing onto an oil platform. The ship’s US captain, Pete Willcox, was one of the two denied bail.


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Wal-Mart and Xerox are playing the blame game after an out-of-control shopping spree left Louisiana stores with bare shelves over the weekend. A computer glitch caused Wal-Mart shoppers’ EBT cards – essentially food stamp debit cards – to show unlimited credit. Naturally, people took advantage, some leaving stores with as many as ten shopping carts worth of groceries.