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Hondura’s Bet For Miss World 2014 and Sister Murdered

Hondura’s representative to Miss World 2014 and her sister were found dead on Wednesday, November 19. According to Leandro Osorio, head of the criminal investigation unit, The bodies of María José Alvarado Muñoz (19), reigning Miss World Honduras, and her sister, Sofia Trinidad Alvarado,

New Amateur Video Shows Malaysia Airlines MH17 Crash in Eastern Ukraine

A new amateur video has surfaced online showing the horrific aftermath of the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine, which killed all 298 people on board in July. The cellphone footage was recorded last July in a field in the village of Hrabove,

Doctor Infected with Ebola Dies in Nebraska Hospital

The doctor who was being treated for Ebola at the University of Nebraska Medical Center has died. UNMC news release Monday that Dr. Martin Salia died as a result of the disease. Salia is the third patient treated for the virus at the medical

Busiest and Least Busy U.S. Airports to Avoid on Thanksgiving

With the holidays fast approaching, travelers are preparing themselves for the unpleasant and restless travel period. This Thanksgiving, expect heavy crowds, long security lines, and unforeseen weather delays especially if you’re flying through one of these airports. According to Orbitz, Los Angeles Airport (LAX)

Doctor Infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone to be Flown in Nebraska

A surgeon from Sierra Lone, Africa, third Ebola patient, will be flown to the University of Nebraska Medical Center for treatment according to media reports Thursday. The doctor, who has not been identified, was born in Sierra Leone but is a permanent resident of

Earth Will Experience 6 Days Complete Darkness in December 2014, a HOAX

A report circulating online claiming that the earth will experience 6 days of almost complete darkness from December 16 through December 22, 2014, is totally fake. According to Huzlers.com, NASA confirmed that Earth will xperience 6 days of total darkness in December 2014. “The

Dallas Nurse Nina Pham Free of Ebola Virus, Meets Obama

Nina Pham, the Dallas nurse tested positive with Ebola, was declared free of the virus on Friday, October 24, 2014. She was discharged from the Washington-area hospital where she had been treated. “She is cured of Ebola, let’s get that clear,” Dr. Anthony Fauci,

Ebola in New York City: Doctor First Tested Positive for Ebola Virus, 4th in the U.S.

A Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned to New York from West Africa has tested positive for the Ebola virus, becoming the first diagnosed case in the city and fourth in the United States, according to authorities via CNN News. The 33-year-old doctor

NAIA Ranks 4th while Pakistan is 2014 “World’s Worst Airport”

Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) now ranked fourth after three years in No. 1 spot of World’s Worst Airport list. In an article released by “The Guide to Sleeping in Airports,” it said that NAIA’s improved ranking could be the result of increased positive

Mother Comb Millions of Head Lice Out of Her Daughters Hair

The video below shows a mother struggling to run a fine-toothed comb through her daughter’s coarse locks, which appear to be filled with white and green creepy crawlies. Experts have described it as an extreme case of head lice. Dee Wright, whose Hairforce salon