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Main anchor from Blackbeard’s ship recovered from shipwreck off N.C. coast

MOREHEAD CITY, N.C.— This is in no way a publicity stunt or marketing strategy for the new “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie that was just released. Archaeologists recovered the main anchor from what is widely believed to be the wreck

Memorial Day Weekend: Creative Burgers

One of the things that has become synonymous with Memorial Day Weekend is the barbeque. Depending on where you live in the country, the actual food that is barbequed (or just cooked) may differ slightly—steaks may be prominent in the

24th Annual Fleet Week Celebration Sails into New York City May 25th, 2011

Today is the U.S. Navy’s 24th annual Fleet Week celebration! As I type the news to you, 9 vessels are currently sailing up under the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge where they will continue on up the Hudson River to the George Washington

Happy Mothers Day

Its Sunday morning and I am sitting in a Starbucks getting ready to head over to mass across the street at the church I frequent. Approaching one of the baristas for some soy for my coffee a man in passing

Mixed Emotions as New York City Finally Heals

Michael Bloomberg stood in the center of the World Trade Center site just one day after the death of Osama bin Laden and had one thing to say in regards to the Big Apple and its citizens, “The city’s spirit

Navy SEALS Team Six Takes Down Osama bin Laden

First I would like to say this, after hearing the stories of men and women already getting called to serve their country in the aftermath of Osama bin Laden’s death, please say a prayer or give a thought today for

Osama bin Laden Killed by U.S. Special Forces

May 1st, 2011 marks not only the day that Hitler was declared dead but now Osama bin Laden as well.  There is one less evil person in the world tonight, as Americans all over celebrate the justice that has finally

Royal Wedding: Prince William Marries Catherine Middleton at Westminster Abbey April 29th 2011

“The Lord Chamberlain is commanded by The Queen to Invite: ___________________________ To the Marriage of His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales, K.G. With Miss Catherine Middelton at Westminster Abbey On Friday, 29th April, 2011 at 11.00 a.m.” Westminster Abbey

Certificate of Live Birth of President Obama Released By White House As Real as Trump’s Comb Over

April 27th, 2011 straight out of Washington D.C. the White House is proud to present, President Barack Obama’s birth certificate.  Proof is finally being brought forward on this day that President Barack Obama is in fact a United States citizen,

British Director of Restrepo (Tim Hetherington) and American Photographer (Chris Hondros) Killed in Libya

Libya’s civil war ignited back in February of 2011. From there America and NATO joined forces in air strikes over Libya to keep Gadhafi and his regime at bay. A few weeks ago America decided to hand over the reigns

Black Eyed Peas opening up a music academy in lower Manhattan

NEW YORK, NY— One of music’s biggest acts, The Black Eyed Peas, announced on Tuesday that they will be opening a school in lower Manhattan this summer devoted to teaching young people about production in the music industry. The four-member

Greg Mortenson Accused of Fabricating the Truth as Jon Krakauer Pours Out Three Cups of Deceit

The mission: to promote and support community based-education, especially for girls, in remote regions of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Sound familiar? Well if the project mission does not ring a bell, I am sure that the name, Greg Mortensen does. Author

Cambridge Professor claims to have corrected actual date of Last Supper

LONDON, ENGLAND— A scientist at the University of Cambridge released new research on Monday claiming that Jesus Christ’s Last Supper actually took place on the Wednesday before the crucifixion, and that a calendar mix-up is responsible for the long-held belief

Three largest online poker sites charged with fraud and illegal gambling

WASHINGTON, DC— The founders of the three largest online poker sites—PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and Absolute Poker—were among the eleven people charged with bank fraud, illegal gambling and money laundering. Additionally, these firms saw restraining orders issued against the 76

Fukushima Daiichi and The Japanese Earthquake and Animal Support

Believe it or not there is a beautiful story weaving itself through the disaster of Japan and into our hearts. I saw it a few nights ago as I was watching Anderson Cooper’s 360. Normally I regarded Mr. Cooper as

U.S. government orders 16 top mortgage lenders to reimburse homeowners

WASHINGTON, DC— In a joint report filed by the Federal Reserve, the Office of Thrift Supervision and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency on Wednesday, 16 of the nation’s biggest mortgage lenders—including its four largest banks—have been ordered

A Nation Divided-150 Year Anniversary of the Civil War

April 12th -13th, 1861 It was deadliest war in American history, resulting in the deaths of 620,000 soldiers. 150 years ago, our nation was at a crossroads redefining our sense of self. Eleven southern states had managed to succeed from

In an attempt to stay up-to-date, the Boy Scouts are adding a robotics merit badge

CONCORD, NH— In an effort to remain relevant and keep up with the changing interests of kids in the 21st Century, the Boy Scouts of America will unveil a new merit badge for robotics, which is part of its new

Who says I love you’ first men or women

Think about it: In your own relationships, was it you who tended to say those three magic words first, or was it your mate? A psychologist who teaches at MIT, Josh Ackerman, asks this question in his research recently published