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David Mueller’s lawsuit Entertainment News What's Hot 

David Mueller’s lawsuit against Taylor Swift thrown out of the window

David Mueller’s lawsuit against Taylor Swift has been thrown out by a Denver judge. In a statement, U.S. District Judge William J. Martinez said that it cannot be proved that the former KYGO radio DJ was fired by Taylor Swift. Mueller, who is 55 years old, sued Swift last year for damages, and had said that Swift had falsely accused him of groping her. He had also claimed that Swift and her team had pressured station management to suspend him from his $150,000-per-year job. The judge concluded that Swift had…

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How can a devastating war with North Korea be avoided?

The probability of a cataclysmic war on the Korean Peninsula is so threatening, that U.S. and North Korea are being urged by its allies and China to try and settle the matter with dialogue and arrive at a diplomatic solution. There could be several small strategic steps which can be taken, including a suspension of damaging threats, acknowledgment of the fact that North Korea is a nuclear-armed state and total freeze on nuclear weapon tests by Kim. But, having chalked out all the possibilities of a peace treaty, none of…

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Gender discrimination News Technology What's Hot 

Gender discrimination may lead Google to a lawsuit

There is a possibility of a legal action being taken against Google on charges of sexism and pay disparities between their male and female employees. More than 60 women, including current and former employees of Google said that they may take legal action against the tech giant. Some of the women have accused that Google paid them less than their male counterparts despite having equal qualifications and holding similar positions. Some others claimed a hostile work environment in the organization toward women which hurt their career advancement. This potential lawsuit…

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invisible Cancer Population Lifestyle News What's Hot 

Did you know about the invisible Cancer Population?

Every year there are about 70,000 Americans between the ages of 15-39 who are diagnosed with cancer. These are the invisible cancer population. According to the National Cancer Institute, the number of adolescents and young adults who are diagnosed with cancer is six times more than children who are aged 14 or younger. However, there hasn’t been much breakthrough in improvement in the survival rates for this particular age group – unlike pediatric and older adult cancers. In half of the cases, providers don’t even discuss the option of fertility…

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Alan Peckolick Entertainment News What's Hot 

Revolutionary Typographer dies at 76

Alan Peckolick, the artist famous for developing typefaces for Revlon and NYU is no more. He was 76. He suffered a severe fall in his Connecticut home. Peckolick was diagnosed of Parkinson’s disease 15 years ago, but he continued to do the things that gave him happiness – namely, designing, travelling and painting throughout his final days. His wife, Jessica Weber said remembering him that they were blessed with a rich, full life; and that his disease could never take away what he loved. Peckolick was born in 1940 in…

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Two Boy Scouts dead and one critical after a sailing fiasco

Two Eagle Scouts died, and another scout is holding on to life in a tiny East Texas town after the Catamaran the boys were sailing, hit a power line. The entire town was in mourning. The victims were identified as Heath Faucheux, Will Brannon and Thomas Larry. They were all between 11 to 17 years of age. More than 300 people participated in a candlelight vigil in Hallsville, a town about 130 miles east of Dallas, in memory of the young boys. According to preliminary investigations, the Scouts were electrocuted…

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Facebook rolls out another measure to regain Trust

Surrounded by charges of allowing fake news stories to permeate during the 2016 election cycle, Facebook has now began rolling out a feature which will focus on regaining the lost trust of its members. This feature will now typically surround controversial stories with related news stories with different perspectives. This will allow the readers to perceive where the truth lies. Facebook started testing the Related Articles feature, offering different perspectives on stories that fact checkers have signed off as incorrect or fake – including some coverage by legit news organizations….

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Suicide Lifestyle News What's Hot 

Surge in the Suicide Rates among teenage girls and boys

There has been an increase in the suicide rates in adolescent girls and boys since 2007. Between 2007 and 2015, the suicide rate for girls between the ages 15 to 19 has doubled. On the other hand, the suicide rate for boys between ages 15 to 19 has increased by 30% during the same time period. From 12 suicides per 100,000 individuals in 1975, to 18 suicides per 100,000 people in 1990, the suicide rate for teen boys increased and reached its highest. The numbers then fell between 1990 to…

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