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FBI Investigates Democratic Cell Phone Hack by Russian Government

The FBI believes that foreign hackers possibly sponsored by the Russian government have attempted to hack mobile phones owned by key Democratic Party staffers...

San Diego Median Home Price Hits Decade High

The median price for homes in San Diego County hit $498,000 in August, the highest point in a decade. Analysts predict that the median, which...

Denver City Council Passes Affordable Housing Plan

The Denver City Council approved funds on Monday for an affordable housing plan which will attempt to help citizens squeezed by rising property rates...

Costa Rica Powered Solely by Renewable Energy for Two Months

The small Caribbean nation of Costa Rica managed to power itself without burning any fossil fuels for a period of two months between June...

Regular Exercise Can Reduce Medical Bills Says US Study

In addition to preserving your health, researchers have concluded in a study that light to medium physical activity can reduce healthcare expenses by up...

Ice Bucket Challenge Credited With Funding ALS Breakthrough

In 2014, the Ice Bucket Challenge took over the internet. Famous names such as Mark Zuckerberg, Kim Kardashian, Bill Gates and Oprah all participated...

Will Verizon Acquisition Help Yahoo or Hurt Verizon?

Telecommunications company Verizon will acquire Yahoo's core internet business and other minor assets for about $5 billion in cash, signaling the potential end to...

Jamie Whincup Denied Milestone Supercars Victory

Jamie Whincup was narrowly defeated by teammate Shane Van Gisbergen at the Ipswich SuperSprint and missed his chance to secure his 100th career Supercars...

AMA Suggests LEDs Are Harming Environment

On June 14, the American Medical Association (AMA) released a statement recommending that public LED lighting be altered for the sake of public and...

New York Sides With FCC In Controversial Proposal

In late March, the FCC approved a proposal granting broadband customers rights to control how their information is used. The decision was deeply divided...