Suffering In Solitary

Suffering In Solitary

Heather Chapman’s bipolar son was sentenced to 10 years in prison for robbery at age 19. She says his condition has worsened since then, due in large part to his time in isolation. She’s afraid he’ll die before he gets out.

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Wanted: Feminists 2017

Wanted: Feminists 2017

Half of Americans don’t consider themselves feminists. It’s time to ask ourselves, are we done with feminism?

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3 Longest Words In The English Dictionary

3 Longest Words In The English Dictionary

English is an odd and unique language. We “write,” we can be “right,” and we perform a “rite.” But even more interesting than the inconsistencies of our language are the lengthy and seldom used words hidden among our dictionaries.

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Chinese City Covered In Ice

Chinese City Covered In Ice

Dunhuang City, a Chinese resort town in the Gobi Desert, was blanketed in a sheet of ice and snow after a winter storm. The ice has left the city frozen.

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Avril Lavigne – The Emo Pop Teen Sensation

Avril Lavigne – The Emo Pop Teen Sensation

Mixing rock, punk and a rebellious style, Canadian singer Avril Lavigne burst onto the music scene in 2002 with her multi-platinum album “Let Go.” Lavigne began singing in church in church at a young age, and signed with Arista Records in 2000. Two years later, she released her debut album,...

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Saturn’s Largest Moon

Saturn’s Largest Moon

When NASA landed on Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, it became the farthest space landing in history. Here are the actual images from that landing.

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Marvel Vs DC In 2017

Marvel Vs DC In 2017

Although Marvel had the upper hand last year, we’re going to list and briefly describe all the upcoming superhero releases of this year (2017) and let you decide which universe has a higher chance of winning. Marvel or DC?

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Brad Pitt Attends Charity Show

Brad Pitt Attends Charity Show

Brad Pitt seems to have moved on from Angelina as the actor is trying to be more frequent with his public appearance.

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Mark Zuckerberg To Run Against Kanye West

Mark Zuckerberg To Run Against Kanye West

Seems like Mark Zuckerberg to wants to compete for the 2024 elections giving competition to Kanye West. To know more watch this video.

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Panamagate Case: SC Resumes Hearing

Panamagate Case: SC Resumes Hearing

A five-member bench led by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa resumed the hearing of Panama Leaks case in the Supreme Court (SC) on Monday.

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Teen In Love With Teacher Allegedly Commits Suicide

Teen In Love With Teacher Allegedly Commits Suicide

A 16-year-old student on Monday allegedly committed suicide in Islamabad’s Tarnol area. Police said that the seventh-grader shot himself from his father’s weapon in a private school. According to police, the student was in love with his teacher and killed himself over failure in love. The student before committing suicide...

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Bodies Of PK-661 Crew May Be Exhumed

Bodies Of PK-661 Crew May Be Exhumed

Bodies of the crew on board PIA flight PK-661, which crashed in Havelian en route Chitral to Islamabad on Dec 7, may be exhumed after the district health officer wrote a letter to Pims, suggesting their graves should be dug up.

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Earthquake Tremors Felt In Karachi

Earthquake Tremors Felt In Karachi

Tremors were reportedly felt by residents of Karachi’s Gulshan-i-Iqbal and Gulistan-i-Jauhar areas on Tuesday, television reports said.

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Rats Operate Medical Equipment In Mayo Hospital, Lahore

Rats Operate Medical Equipment In Mayo Hospital, Lahore

Cutting against the Punjab government’s claims about its reforms in governance and health, a new video broadcast on national television has shown the presence of rats in the provincial capital’s largest hospital.

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British-Pakistani Boxer Amir Khan’s ‘Adult Tape Leaked’ Online

British-Pakistani Boxer Amir Khan’s ‘Adult Tape Leaked’ Online

A sex tape featuring Pakistani-Briton boxer Amir Khan has reportedly been leaked to a major US porn site. The X-rated video allegedly shows the 30-year-old British-Pakistani boxer carrying out a sexual act while speaking to a female model from Arizona, US on Skype. It is believed the woman from the...

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Atif Aslam Stops Concert To Save Girl From Molestation

Atif Aslam Stops Concert To Save Girl From Molestation

  Pakistani singer Atif Aslam stopped his concert mid-way here to rescue a girl, who was being harassed by a bunch of hooligans, who were present at the event.  

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Historical Graveyard In Mandi Bahauddin

Historical Graveyard In Mandi Bahauddin

Mandi Bahauddin is a city in central Punjab, Pakistan. It is also the capital of Mandi Bahauddin District. The city is some 220 metres above the sea level and is located in central Punjab, between the rivers Jhelum and Chenab.

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Linda Sarsour Fights For Muslim Holidays In NYC

Linda Sarsour Fights For Muslim Holidays In NYC

Linda Sarsour is a co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington. But before, she managed to win recognition of Muslim holidays from New York City pubic schools.

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Russian Hobbit

Russian Hobbit

Yury got fed up with his expensive lawyer lifestyle in Moscow, so he gave it all up for a hole in the woods.

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Rosetta’s Spacecraft Death Spiral

Rosetta’s Spacecraft Death Spiral

The Rosetta spacecraft has been trailing a comet for the last two and a half years, on a slow, spinning ride to it’s ultimate destruction. But science thanks you, Rosetta.

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Hiding Drones In The Ocean

Hiding Drones In The Ocean

The research arm of the United States Military, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), constantly has some new mind-blowing invention up their sleeves. This time, it’s an initiative that’s looking to hide drones on the seafloor. Here’s how DARPA thinks they could make it work.

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Why Syrup Bottles Have Tiny Handles

Why Syrup Bottles Have Tiny Handles

If brunch-time has you wondering about maple syrup packaging, you’re not alone. Who is Mrs. Butterworth anyway? What are all these waffle holes for? And perhaps most perplexing, what’s up with the teeny-tiny handle on the side of a maple syrup bottle? It’s called a skeumorph, and here’s why it’s...

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China’s Space Program

China’s Space Program

Over the recent years, China has stepped up their space game. The CEO of Space Angels Network, Chad Anderson, explains how China could rival with the leading forces in space explorations.

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The Black Eyed Peas – Let’s Get It Started

The Black Eyed Peas – Let’s Get It Started

The Black Eyed Peas is an American group, consisting of rappers will.i.am, Allan Pineda Lindo, Taboo, and singer Fergie. The Black Eyed Peas transcended hip-hop to become one of the most commercially successful pop groups of the 2000s. Their career began modestly, with a pair of albums inspired by the...

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Katy Perry Celebrates Orlando Bloom’s Birthday

Katy Perry Celebrates Orlando Bloom’s Birthday

Katy Perry sporting orange locks,celebrates Orlando Blooms birthday. To know more watch this video.

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Bella Hadid Flipped The Bird

Bella Hadid Flipped The Bird

Bella Hadid stuck out the middle finger to the paparazzi and also updated the image on Instagram. To know more watch this video.

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Margot And Tom Ackerley On Honeymoon

Margot And Tom Ackerley On Honeymoon

Margot Robbie and Tom Ackerley seems to be extending their honeymoon. To know more watch this video.

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Stop Cross-Border Terrorism: Bajwa Tells Afghan President

Stop Cross-Border Terrorism: Bajwa Tells Afghan President

Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday telephoned Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to condole over the loss of life in recent terror attacks in Afghanistan and build rapport with Pakistan, said a statement issued by military’s media wing.

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Ch. Nisar Acts As If He Is The Taliban Spokesperson, Khursheed Shah

Ch. Nisar Acts As If He Is The Taliban Spokesperson, Khursheed Shah

Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Khursheed Shah delivered a scathing verdict on the national economy on Sunday, saying it was in ruins due to unprecedented borrowing.

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117th Birth Anniversary Of Hafeez Jalandhri Observed

117th Birth Anniversary Of Hafeez Jalandhri Observed

The 117th birth anniversary of the creator of the country’s national anthem, Abu-Al-Asar Hafeez Jalandhari, is being observed today across the country.

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Moon’s Age May Be 140 Million Years Older Than Thought

Moon’s Age May Be 140 Million Years Older Than Thought

For decades, scientists have been of the belief that the Moon, Earth’s only natural satellite, was four-and-a-hal billion years old. According to this theory, the Moon was created from a fiery cataclysm produced by a collision between the Earth with a Mars-sized object (named Theia) roughly 100 million years after...

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Ranikot Fort – The Great Wall Of Sindh: Construction On Hold

Ranikot Fort – The Great Wall Of Sindh: Construction On Hold

Ranikot Fort  is a historical fort near Sann, Jamshoro District, Sindh, Pakistan. Ranikot Fort is also known as The Great Wall of Sindh  and is believed to be among one of the world’s largest forts with a circumference of approximately 26 kilometres (16 mi). Kumbhalgarh Fort, a World Heritage Site as part...

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Woman Gives Birth In Hospital Premises: Shikharpur

Woman Gives Birth In Hospital Premises: Shikharpur

A poor woman on Saturday gave birth to her child in hospital lawn after doctors refused to admit her.

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What Is Hajj?

What Is Hajj?

The greater Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca, which takes place in the last month of the year and which all Muslims are expected to make at least once during their lifetime if they can afford to do so. It is one of the Five Pillars of Islam.

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Fighting HIV Stigma

Fighting HIV Stigma

The Saphalta HIV Sikkhya Sadan school, outside of Kathmandu in Nepal, is fighting to remove the stigma, prejudice and discrimination faced by children living with HIV.

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Led Zeppelin – The Real Monsters of Heavy Metal Rock

Led Zeppelin – The Real Monsters of Heavy Metal Rock

Led Zeppelin were an English rock band formed in London in 1968. The group consisted of guitarist Jimmy Page, singer Robert Plant, bassist and keyboardist John Paul Jones, and drummer John Bonham. The band’s heavy, guitar-driven sound, rooted in blues and psychedelia on their early albums, has earned them recognition...

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Marc Anthony – The Tropical Salsa Hitmaker

Marc Anthony – The Tropical Salsa Hitmaker

A New Yorker born and raised, the product of a music-loving Puerto Rican family, his parents named him Marco Antonio Muñíz in honor of the great Mexican balladeer of the same name. Marc Anthony is a singer, songwriter, and actor of Puerto Rican descent who has made his mark through...

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Return Of The Xander Cage Movie, Reviews

Return Of The Xander Cage Movie, Reviews

Check out the review of XXX: Return Of The Xander Cage starring Deepika Padukone and Vin Diesel.

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Selena Gomez Vs Bella Hadid

Selena Gomez Vs Bella Hadid

Selena Gomez VS Bella Hadid: Girl’s Trying To Impress The Weeknd. To know more watch this video.

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App Start Your Shower

App Start Your Shower

Those mornings when you’re running late and you don’t have time for the shower to warm up before you hop in, next thing you know you’re drenched in cold water. “U” by Moen is a connected shower that lets you start your shower from an app, set presets for your...

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Telomere Science & Aging Effects

Telomere Science & Aging Effects

In 2009, Elizabeth Blackbrun — along with Jack. W. Szostak and Carol W. Greider — was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her help in discovering “how chromosomes are protected by telomeres.” Telomeres protect our DNA, but over time our telomeres wear down. When this happens, we...

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Ruby Sea Dragon

Ruby Sea Dragon

In 2015, scientists at Scripps Oceanography stunned the oceanography community by announcing a new species of sea dragon, colloquially known as the ruby sea dragon.

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Surprising Facts About NASA

Surprising Facts About NASA

NASA has accomplished some amazing feats throughout the decades. However, there’s so much more about NASA that doesn’t hit headlines. Here are some bizarre, interesting, and amusing facts about NASA.

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Loretta Lynch Speaks About Community Policing

Loretta Lynch Speaks About Community Policing

Attorney General Loretta Lynch spoke at the University of Baltimore School of Law about community policing.

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Ringling Bros. Circus, ‘The Greatest Show On Earth,’ To Close After 146 Years

Ringling Bros. Circus, ‘The Greatest Show On Earth,’ To Close After 146 Years

The final shows will be in Providence, Rhode Island, on May 7 and in Uniondale, New York, at the Nassau County Coliseum on May 21.

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Trump Sends Message On ‘One China’

Trump Sends Message On ‘One China’

Jamie Metzl, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, Jonathan Mann about Donald Trump’s comments on the “One China” policy.

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As Obamacare Repeal Looms, Hospitals Brace For Job Losses

As Obamacare Repeal Looms, Hospitals Brace For Job Losses

President-elect Donald Trump will be sworn in on Friday. One of his key promises was to repeal and replace “Obamacare” or the Affordable Care Act.

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Saeed-Uz-Zaman Siddiqui Laid To Rest In Karachi

Saeed-Uz-Zaman Siddiqui Laid To Rest In Karachi

Funeral prayers for the governor were offered at Governor House Karachi after Friday prayers.

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Fifth Activist Reported Missing, Pakistan

Fifth Activist Reported Missing, Pakistan

A fifth Pakistani rights activist has gone missing, his colleagues said Thursday, as the United Nations raised concerns over shrinking freedoms for campaigners.

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Sathi Ishaq, Arif Haider Of MQM-London Arrested

Sathi Ishaq, Arif Haider Of MQM-London Arrested

Acting in-charge of MQM London Ishaq was arrested in a raid by Rangers here on Thursday. Arif  Haider, assistant registrar of University of Karachi, who belongs to MQM, was also arrested .

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