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5 Fitness Games to Play After Pokemon Go

5 Fitness Games to Play After Pokemon Go

It’s happening in every city in the world: people wandering way from their homes, walking great distances with their phones aimed in the air. What are they doing? Participating in a gaming phenomenon known as Pokémon Go. The newest Pokémon app is a virtual reality game that invites players to […]

by November 16, 2016 6 comments Arts, Trending, World
Disney Parks Peak Season Tips and Tricks: Gallery

Disney Parks Peak Season Tips and Tricks: Gallery

The summer is only halfway over and that means that America’s most popular amusement parks, Disneyland and Disney World, will be quite crowded until the kids go back to school. If you haven’t been to Disney Parks for a few years, then you might not be familiar with FastPass and […]

by November 14, 2016 7 comments Arts, Trending, World
New York City Startup Serves Up Rare Dishes Cooked by Refugees

New York City Startup Serves Up Rare Dishes Cooked by Refugees

Even in a city as diverse as New York City, few people have ever had a taste of momo, the bite-sized dumplings that are popular in Nepal. The traditional Nepalese dumpling is filled with meat, flavorful spices, wrapped in delicate dough and then steamed or fried. Thanks to a new […]

by November 4, 2016 4 comments Food, Politics, Trending, World
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Why Russian Athletes Were Banned From Paralympics and Olympic Games

The International Olympic Committee is in the midst of a battle with Russia, its athletes and President Vladimir Putin over what officials call a system that prioritizes “medals over morals.” Fresh off issuing bans to the entire Russian track and field team, the Paralympic Committee hit Russia with a total […]

by October 23, 2016 1 comment Trending, World
Twitter Will Break Into TV By Streaming NFL Games on Apple TV

Twitter Will Break Into TV By Streaming NFL Games on Apple TV

Twitter appears closer than ever to breaking into television, and the company is set to do it via a blockbuster deal with Apple and the NFL. Earlier this year, Twitter outbid Facebook for the right to live stream 10 NFL football games. The expensive deal – which was for $10 […]

by October 18, 2016 7 comments Trending, World
There’s Something in There: New Scans Suggest Blockbuster Discovery at King Tut’s Tomb

There’s Something in There: New Scans Suggest Blockbuster Discovery at King Tut’s Tomb

The Curse of the Pharaohs suggests that there will be terrible implications whenever humanity dares to open a the mummy of an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh. The idea of the curse started in the 19th century when bad things seemed to happen when the tombs were discovered. The curse became infamous […]

by October 17, 2016 4 comments Science, Trending, World
Suicide Epidemic in the First Nation of Attawapiskat Raises Questions About Plight of First Nations People

Suicide Epidemic in the First Nation of Attawapiskat Raises Questions About Plight of First Nations People

The small First Nation of Attawapiskat is recovering from a devastating spate of suicides among its residents. Chief Bruce Shisheesh has declared a state of emergency, which allows the Nation to receive immediate outside resources. Between September of 2015 and April of 2016, more than 100 people attempted suicide. There […]

by October 16, 2016 5 comments Politics, Trending, World
Scientists May Be Preparing to Announce Discovery of an Earth-Like Planet

Scientists May Be Preparing to Announce Discovery of an Earth-Like Planet

The incredible advancements of scientific instrumentation and technology has led to an exciting new era in the discovery of exoplanets. Now, new reports indicate that scientists may be hiding the discover of an earth-in-waiting. According to German newspaper Der Spiegel, astronomers have discovered a new planet orbiting Proxima Centauri, which […]

by October 13, 2016 5 comments Science, Trending, World
Fascinating Facts About the Fourth of July

Fascinating Facts About the Fourth of July

  The history of the Fourth of July is a fascinating examination of American culture. Although Americans celebrate their independence on July 4, which is said to mark the day the Declaration of Independence was made, the reality is a little more complicated. John Adams advocated for celebrating independence on […]

by June 30, 2016 6 comments Politics, World
Olympics Draw Near, Experts Urge Officials to Cancel the Event

Olympics Draw Near, Experts Urge Officials to Cancel the Event

As more news about the mosquito-borne illness the Zika virus hits headlines, all eyes are turning to Brazil, home of Rio Janeiro, host of the 2016 Summer Olympics. The Zika virus is at the the center of everyone’s thoughts about the event, and now a group of individuals have posted […]

by May 26, 2016 7 comments World