Controversial ‘Baby Boxes’ May Begin Popping Up Soon

In order to protect baby abandonment and death, the Indiana State Legislature has approved a new bill that would allow hospitals, police and fire stations, churches and select non-profit organizations to install a two-foot-long metal incubator that some are referring to as "baby … [Read more...]

Apple Inc. Hits $700 Billion, How Long Will Investors be Satisfied

Apple became the very United States company to close a trading session with a market capitalization of more than $700 billion. During the Tuesday trading session, Apple's shares rose 1.9 percent to $122.02, which gave the iPhone maker a market value of $710.7 billion, and it keeps … [Read more...]

One-stop Guide to the Emmys 2014: Winners and Losers

Last night underneath the glittering lights the television industry held its biggest night of the year, but were there some surprises for the dead certs? Who came away victorious and who left brokenhearted from TV's answer to the Oscars. WINNERS Best Supporting Actress in a … [Read more...]

5 Must-see Moments of the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards

August 24 2014 will go down in history as the most glitzy VMA awards yet, following in the footsteps of last year’s event which topped the charts for media attention- who could forget Miley Cyrus twerking next to Robin Thicke? 1. Beyonce This year’s Video Music Awards belonged … [Read more...]

Another One Bites the Dust: Florida Gives Same-sex Marriage Ban the Chop

The latest in an incremental number of US states to see their bans on same-sex marriage overturned is Florida- this time at the hands of a Tallahassee’s Judge Hinkle and team of jurists. Florida currently denies same sex couples the right to marry at both state and constitutional … [Read more...]

Experimental Drugs Bring New Hope in ‘World’s Worst’ Ebola Outbreak

This week, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that at least 68 Ebola scares have been seen during the current outbreak across 27 states. The World Health Organization recently warned that the death toll had risen above 1200 worldwide before issuing a statement … [Read more...]

Twitter Slaps a Ban On Images of Deceased James Foley

Social media giant Twitter has announced its decision to remove images of deceased individuals at the request of family members. An updated policy was rolled out by Twitter spokesperson Nu Wexler on August 19th revealing that they would "consider public interest factors such as the … [Read more...]