Charlie Linville

Former US Marine Staff Sgt. with amputated limbs climbs Everest

Charlie Linville, a former US MarineStaff Sgt., has successfully completed an Everest expedition on 18th of May. He achieved this feat on his third...

WikiLeaks Revealed thousands of DNC Emails

Earlier today as Hillary Clinton was preparing to announce her 2016 running mate to the presidency, about 20,000 emails were released by WikiLeaks. These...

Paradise Papers: Apple’s tax haven located in Jersey

The BBC reported on Monday that Apple had avoided paying billions in taxes by relocating their most important holding firms to the Channel Island...
budweiser

Budweiser to Rebrand Beer to ‘America’

On Tuesday, Budweiser announces that they are changing the name of the beer brand to “America.” The company in its official statement says the...

FCC Chairman proposes free apps to replace set-top TV boxes

The Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has revealed a new plan that could potentially change the TV industry for consumers and service providers...

Trump to cut NASA’s climate change research funding

On Wednesday, The Guardian published an interview with Bob Walker, a senior science adviser for Donald Trump’s upcoming administration. Walker said NASA under Trump...

Internet pioneers join call to stop net neutrality rules’ repeal

On Monday, a group of 21 notable internet personalities and pioneers sent a signed letter to different Senate Subcommittees urging them to step in...

Election investigation unfolds as Senate involves tech giants

On Wednesday, the Senate Intelligence Committee invited Facebook, Google, and Twitter to testify at a public hearing scheduled for November 1 regarding Russian presence...

North Korea stops nuclear missile testing ahead of international Summit

North Korea is freezing its nuclear and missile testing program, scheduled for this weekend as part of the negotiations with South Korean and American...

Google staff raises their voice against military projects for the Pentagon

3,100 Google employees and dozens of senior engineers slammed the search giant’s involvement in U.S military projects such as Project Maven. Workers expressed in...