Kid Behind Fake-Clock Bomb in Texas Moving to Qatar With Family

Posted on October 28, 2015, Updated November 24, 2020Categories Featured, Featured News   Leave a comment on Kid Behind Fake-Clock Bomb in Texas Moving to Qatar With Family

The 14-year-old boy who became a national sensation and sparked a brief domestic terrorist controversy debate won’t have to worry about United States laws for much longer. Ahmed Mohamed, 14, has lived in the Dallas-area of Texas with his family long before he became an international headline for a misunderstood “clock bomb.” It’s that very device which has won him a prestigious scholarship at a school halfway around the world, according to FoxNews.com. Ahmed’s father, Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed, told the Dallas … Continue reading “Kid Behind Fake-Clock Bomb in Texas Moving to Qatar With Family”

The UK is Deporting Asylum Seekers on Half Empty Charter Jets

Posted on October 19, 2015Categories Featured, Featured News   Leave a comment on The UK is Deporting Asylum Seekers on Half Empty Charter Jets

The British government is reportedly using half-empty privately charted planes in order to deport small group of immigrants whose asylum requests have been rejected, as well as criminals who are being deported — and they’re spending millions of taxpayers’ pounds to do so. For the 18 months prior to June 2015, the UK’s Home Office spent almost £14 million on chartered flights. Under the UK Borders Act, criminals can be deported for a number of reasons. This includes being convicted … Continue reading “The UK is Deporting Asylum Seekers on Half Empty Charter Jets”

25 Year Ohio Landfill Controversy Finally Reaches Settlement

Posted on October 15, 2015, Updated October 15, 2015Categories Featured, Featured News   Leave a comment on 25 Year Ohio Landfill Controversy Finally Reaches Settlement

The Lucas County commissioners in Ohio approved a settlement 25 years in the making on Tuesday, Oct. 13. The settlement was made with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for the last remediation plan to cleanup the former King Road Landfill, according to the Toledo-based newspaper ToledoBlade.com. “This has taken a long, long time,” said John Borell, a Lucas County assistant prosecutor. The deal that was struck calls for long-term monitoring and maintenance of the 104-acre dump just west of King … Continue reading “25 Year Ohio Landfill Controversy Finally Reaches Settlement”

Companies Turning to New Forms of Managed Service Providers in Digital Age

Posted on October 13, 2015Categories Featured, Featured News   Leave a comment on Companies Turning to New Forms of Managed Service Providers in Digital Age

Big data, cloud technology, social media presence: these are some of the most recent buzzwords that corporate executives and industry leaders are trying to learn about and implement to stay at the tops of their respective fields. As a result, more and more companies are looking to turn to agile data centers with the means and technology to help them move forward, according to Forbes. It’s not just traditional managed service providers (MSP) that companies need. As Wendy White, an … Continue reading “Companies Turning to New Forms of Managed Service Providers in Digital Age”

Thousands of Honda Accord Hybrids Are Being Recalled for Engine and Electrical Problems

Posted on October 9, 2015, Updated October 9, 2015Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Thousands of Honda Accord Hybrids Are Being Recalled for Engine and Electrical Problems

Honda is now recalling almost 6,800 Honda Accord Hybrids released between 2014 and 2015. The recall is in response to an electrical flaw that can shut down the car’s gasoline engine, leaving the vehicles to run on battery power. The issue lies in the Accord Hybrid’s cell voltage sensor (CVS), reports the Christian Science Monitor. In a statement, Honda said that the CVS may not have enough “electrical noise toughness,” which can result in the incorrect interpretation of electrical noise. … Continue reading “Thousands of Honda Accord Hybrids Are Being Recalled for Engine and Electrical Problems”

Gold Rates Continue to Grow as Federal Reserve Delays Raising Interest Rates

Posted on October 9, 2015Categories Featured, Featured News   Leave a comment on Gold Rates Continue to Grow as Federal Reserve Delays Raising Interest Rates

Investors continue to speculate that the U.S. Federal Reserve will delay raising the interest rates of gold, causing a noticeable increase in its prices on Wednesday. According to the Wall Street Journal, gold for December delivery crept to $1,148.70 a troy ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange on Oct. 7. Gold for December delivery is typically the most actively traded gold contract, yielding the highest rate of return for investors. The closing rate per troy … Continue reading “Gold Rates Continue to Grow as Federal Reserve Delays Raising Interest Rates”

Water on Mars is Great, But What About California?

Posted on October 7, 2015Categories Featured, Featured News   Leave a comment on Water on Mars is Great, But What About California?

Late this September, scientists from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter discovered compelling evidence that there is indeed water flowing on the surface of Mars, pointing to the very real possibility that there may also be life on the Martian surface. While the Los Angeles Times reports that this water source is most likely too salty to support living organisms as we understand them — but it still strengthens the likelihood and the potential for some form of life on the Red … Continue reading “Water on Mars is Great, But What About California?”