Why Aaron Hernandez killed himself in Prison?

The former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has passed away in prison just after a couple of days for being guiltless double murder charges. Former New England Patriots tight end More »

First Woman Muslim Judge Sheila Found Dead in Hudson River

The 1st black woman appointed in the New York State Court of Appeals, Sheila Abdul Salaam has died. She was the 1st Muslim judge in the United States. He body was found More »

Now License Plates Record of Visitors at San Francisco Airport will be Recorded

You might expect a specific amount of tracking by security cameras when you visit to the airport. The International Airport of San Francisco is looking to enhance its security elements. So, the More »

Educational Guide about Fake News Announced by Facebook

Facebook has come under fire again & again due to a fake news publisher over the last year, in spite of its repeated protests. The social giant has initiated a number of More »

At least 4 People Killed in a Vehicle Attack outside London Parliament

A number of people have been killed in a disorganized series of attacks on 22nd March 2017 outside the British Parliament. BBC reported that one of the attacks include a man moved More »

 

Why Aaron Hernandez killed himself in Prison?

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The former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has passed away in prison just after a couple of days for being guiltless double murder charges. Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was found dead in the prison cell early in the morning at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center on 19th April 2017. The prison officials have confirmed his death

First Woman Muslim Judge Sheila Found Dead in Hudson River

First Woman Muslim Judge Sheila Found Dead in Hudson River

The 1st black woman appointed in the New York State Court of Appeals, Sheila Abdul Salaam has died. She was the 1st Muslim judge in the United States. He body was found in the Hudson River. A spokesman from the New York Police Department informed that police responded to an emergency call on 12th April 2017.

Now License Plates Record of Visitors at San Francisco Airport will be Recorded

Now License Plates Record of Visitors at San Francisco Airport will be Recorded

You might expect a specific amount of tracking by security cameras when you visit to the airport. The International Airport of San Francisco is looking to enhance its security elements. So, the travel hub has received authorization from the Airport Commission in order to gather the license plate information of everyone that is using its roads and garages, and this data to be stored for over 4 years.

Educational Guide about Fake News Announced by Facebook

Educational Guide about Fake News Announced by Facebook

Facebook has come under fire again & again due to a fake news publisher over the last year, in spite of its repeated protests. The social giant has initiated a number of steps to push back against the flood of fake stories using algorithms for such kinds of articles and news stories. The company has introduced an Educational Tool on Thursday; it will reside at the top of the newsfeed for providing tips for spotting false news and reports.

At least 4 People Killed in a Vehicle Attack outside London Parliament

Attack outside British Parliament

A number of people have been killed in a disorganized series of attacks on 22nd March 2017 outside the British Parliament. BBC reported that one of the attacks include a man moved a vehicle through crowds of people just outside the British Parliament on the iconic Westminster Bridge. The London Ambulance indicated that at least 10 people were treated

Legendary Rock & Roll Musician Chuck Berry Died at 90

Legendary Rock & Roll Musician Chuck Berry Died at 90

On the afternoon of 18th March 2017, long credited as one of the great innovators and founders of Rock and Roll, musician Chuck Berry found dead at his home in St. Charles County, Missouri. The Charles County Police Department posted an announcement on its official Facebook page.

Revised Travel Ban of Trump Suspended by a U.S Federal Judge

Revised Travel Ban of Trump Suspended by a U.S Federal Judge

Revised executive order of the U.S President Donald Trump regarding the immigration ban for 6 Muslim-majority nations has been halted by a U.S federal judge. It was happened just before one day of its scheduled implementation. A number of companies from tech industry also showed opposition about the supposed travel ban and they have signed in the support of a lawsuit submitted in Hawaii.

Why Verizon is facing Allegations & Sued by the New York City?

Why Verizon is facing Allegations & Sued by the New York City?

The New York City had already said that it was confusing with Verizon for purportedly backtracking on an assurance to bring FiOS service to every single house in the New York City. Now, the New York City has sued Verizon and blaming the telecom for failing to bring up a cable franchise contract needed fiber to pass entire residences in the New York City by the mid-2014. The New York City officials also blamed that the company was unable to finalize some requested installations.

How Nude Photos of the U.S Servicewomen Discovered on the Internet?

How Nude Photos of the U.S Servicewomen Discovered on the Internet?

The California-based Center for Investigative Reporting issued a statement last Saturday. This statement indicated that a group on Facebook “Marines United” had been spreading nude photographs of the U.S servicewomen for a significant amount of time. The U.S Naval authorities immediately started investigation about hundreds of Marines, but various information have been materialized, such as an image was discovered posted by another board.

Ajit Pai Officially Appointed as FCC Chairman for Next 5 Years

Ajit Pai Officially Appointed as FCC Chairman for Next 5 Years

The Axios has reported on Tuesday that the U.S President Donald Trump has officially appointed the current FCC Chairman Ajit Pai for next 5-year term on the commission. He has been considered one of the opponents of net neutrality. His first term was officially expired on 1st July, 2016, but the FCC commissioners are authorized to continue their working for the agency at least for one year.