April 14, 2017

Category: News

Donald Trump ‘very proud’ after dropping ‘Mother of All Bombs’ on Afghanistan

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Donald Trump has said he was “very proud of” dropping the “mother of all bombs” on Afghanistan. US command used a cargo plane to drop the the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the American military in Nangarhar province near the Pakistan border – a remote area where members of an Isis affiliate were operating. White House Press […]

American Airlines Worker Hailed for Saving 2 Lives in 1 Day

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This American Airlines customer service manager was hailed as a hero on Tuesday after he saved two different people in one day. Christopher Hatcu was working at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, North Carolina on January 22nd when a customer, later identified as Paul Gonnelli, passed out on the ground from a heart attack. […]

American Airlines Worker Hailed for Saving 2 Lives in 1 Day

  • by CindyLawson
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California girls aren’t the only things that are melting popsicles this spring. This new report shows that the beautiful, blazin’ California sun was so strong on the state’s solar panels last month, that – for the first time ever – electricity prices dropped into the negative. The data, which was released by the U.S. Energy […]

U.S. Airlines Excel: Denied Boardings, Mishandled Bags at Lowest Rate in 26 Years

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An annual report released today shows that airlines are substantially improving the service provided to passengers in the US. In fact, your chances of getting bumped from a flight or being told your bags were mishandled in 2016 were the lowest in 26 years, according to performance reports from The Airline Quality Rating. Although Alaska Airlines came out […]

North America’s freshwater lakes are getting saltier

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The study is the first large-scale analysis of chloride trends in freshwater lakes. It was conducted by a team of fifteen researchers as part of the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON) Fellowship Program, an initiative that seeks to train the next generation of freshwater scientists and practitioners. Lead author Hilary Dugan, a limnologist at […]

Chicago City Buildings to be Powered by 100% Renewable Energy

  • by CindyLawson
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Government representatives of Chicago just announced their commitment to converting their city pulling buildings’ electricity supply to 100% renewable energy by 2025. When implemented, Chicago will be the largest major city in the country to have a 100% renewable energy supply for its public buildings. “As the Trump administration pulls back on building a clean […]

Facebook launches digital assistant ‘M’ in US

  • by CindyLawson
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Facebook on Thursday launched its digital assistant named “M” for US users of its Messenger application, ramping up the social network’s efforts in artificial intelligence. For users of the messaging platform, M will pop up and suggest “helpful actions” in the chat window. The move is seen as the first step in a broader launch […]