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Archives for May 14, 2019

Child sex trafficking survivors need your help

Survivors of child sex trafficking need your help. Instead of being treated as victims, children across the U.S. are being arrested for crimes they were forced to commit as a result of being trafficked. You can help put an end to this. Right now, New Hampshire has a crucial opportunity to change this injustice. By passing House Bill […]

The heavy storms in North America this Winter, will things now change?

This winter caused a lot of havoc in the American traffic, with a lot of traffic accidents. When people decide to drive their vehicles regardless of what tyres they have mounted on them, they are bound to end up in some problems. The biggest challenge is that most vehicles don’t have tires mounted that are […]

How Uber is using Big Data in amazingly possible ways?

Uber is a cell phone application based taxi booking service which interfaces clients who need to get someplace with drivers willing to give them a ride. The service has been very scandalous, because of standard cab drivers guaranteeing that it is devastating their occupations, and worries over the absence of direction of the company’s drivers. […]

CDC: U.S. recorded 75 new measles cases last week as outbreak grows 13 May 2019

From WN Reuters reports the seriousness of the measles outbreak in the United States continues to swell as the country recorded 75 news cases of the disease in the last week, raising the total to 839 cases in the worst outbreak since 1994, federal health officials said Monday. Blaming the resurgence on the spread of misinformation about […]

Yes, Americans can opt-out of airport facial recognition — here’s how

By Zack Whittaker From TechCrunch Whether you like it or not, facial recognition tech to check in for your flight will soon be coming to an airport near you. More than a dozen U.S. airports are already rolling out the technology, with many more to go before the U.S. government hits its target of enrolling […]

Dr. James Dobson Congratulates Gov. Kemp, U.S. Rep. Jody Hice for the passage of Georgia’s historic Heartbeat Bill

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Last week, Georgia Governor Matt Kemp signed that state’s version of the heartbeat bill, a sweeping pro-life legislation historic in its scope and legal language. On behalf of the James Dobson Family Institute (JDFI), Dr. James Dobson issues the following statement applauding the efforts of Georgia lawmakers: “I want to offer our most […]

Most popular surgical procedures women are getting around the world

The world around us is changing. And so are the people in it.  There’s an increasing trend of body enhancement that’s swept through the population. Certain surgeries have a 2 to 5% year-over-year increase among women. Surgeons are busy with 2 million surgeries per year in the United States. That’s a lot of silicone.  Some surgical procedures […]

Coca-Cola heir arrested in Caribbean with $1.3M in cannabis, 5,000 plants aboard private jet: reports

By Danielle Wallace Fox News A Greek billionaire and heir to the Coca-Cola fortune was arrested on the Caribbean Island of St. Kitts after a search of his private jet uncovered more than $1.3 million worth of cannabis on board, according to multiple reports. Alkiviades “Alki” David, 50, was arrested by the Anti-Narcotics Unit at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport after customs […]

Ericsson CIPO Christina Petersson joins the stellar speaking faculty for IPBC Global 2019

Christina Petersson, who became Chief IP Officer at Ericsson last month, is the latest big-name speaker to confirm for IPBC Global 2019, which is being held at the Westin Boston Waterfront from 16 to 18 June. Her appearance at IPBC Global will be one of the first opportunities for patent owners and their advisers to hear her […]

The Pentagon and CIA have a secret missile that shreds targets with giant flying knives

By Taylor Hatmaker From TechCrunch A report by The Wall Street Journal last week revealed a secretive U.S. military weapon designed explicitly to reduce civilian casualties in targeted strikes. Unlike a traditional Hellfire missile dispatched from an aerial drone, the missile variant packs no payload, no explosive. The catch? It drops 100 pounds of metal on a […]