Ferry Sinks in South Korea

The search is still on for hundreds of missing passengers that were aboard a ferry that sank off the Southern coast of South Korea. As of Thursday night Korean time, 179 passengers had been rescued and at least nine have been confirmed dead. A rescue crew of at least four hundred is searching the area […]


Google Glass Available Today!

Today marks the first day that anyone in America who is 18 years old or older can purchase Google Glass without a special invitation. Does this mean the beginning of science fiction-esque cyborgs roaming the streets? Probably not, at least not yet. Google Glass costs $1500, which means not everyone will be scrolling like mad […]

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Blackfish Bill Put on Hold

Bill AB2140, dubbed “the Blackfish Bill”, was reviewed in California today. The bill would effectively ban the keeping of Orcas for entertainment purposes in California. The Assembly Water, Parks, and Wildlife Committee of the California Legislature requested revisions to the bill, which will be brought before the committee again in about 18 months. Though some […]


Westboro Baptist Church Successfully Opposed

This past Sunday, members of Westboro Baptist church gathered to picket outside of Central Junior High School in Moore, Oklahoma. The town was hit by a devastating tornado in May 2013. The tornado caused 24 fatalities, 240 injuries, and damaged or demolished 2400 buildings. Among the buildings that were destroyed was Plaza Towers Elementary School, […]

healthcare-deadline Open Enrollment Ends

The open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act ends today. Many Americans are frustrated by the deadline, as the website has been plagued by glitches and malfunctions since it went live back in October. There is still controversy surrounding the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, but approximately six million Americans have signed up […]

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