November 28, 2014, 4:33 am
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Wrongfull convicted Michael Hanline released from prison after 36 years

ABC10 - By : Staff Reporting

When he first stepped outside, Michael Hanline looked up at the sky as if for the first time.

Wearing a dark sweatshirt with "XONER8" across the front, his white hair pulled into a ponytail and a cane in hand, California's longest-serving wrongfully convicted inmate walked out of jail Monday a free man. - Referenced Article...



Why Iran and the U.S. Need Each Other More Than Ever

Time - By : Staff Reporting

Even in the absence of a deal, word that talks between Iran and six world powers will continue for another seven months make plain a startling new reality: Iran and the United States now need each other.

That has been true for three dec...


Prosecuting Attorney McCulloch: No Indictment!!

eNewsReference - By : Staff Reporting

No Indictment

A Missouri grand jury has decided not to indict Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson in the August 9 shooting death of Michael Brown, St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch said Monday night.

While ...


Ferguson grand jury announcement expected Monday

CNN - By : Staff Reporting

Law enforcement authorities in Ferguson are prepared for a wide range of public reaction expected to follow the announcement of the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting, Missouri Public Safety Director Daniel Isom said Monday on CN...



New Service by Google Kills Ads on Your Favorite Sites for a Monthly Fee

Wired - By : Staff Reporting

The web is funded by ads.

But so many people hate seeing them, and they often resent all the data tracking that props them up. It’s a clash that has become a major pain point for news websites and other publishers.

The rise of ad blockers, which let people surf the web without these annoying ads, is also blocking their revenue. But Google is now offering a service that addresses both sides of this rather complicated issue. - Referenced Site




Asia Stocks Rise on PBOC Cash Report as Yen Climbs on Aso

Bloomberg - By : Staff Reporting

Asian stocks rallied, with the regional index paring its weekly retreat, after a report that China’s central bank injected funds, while crude oil climbed a second day.

Japan’s yen rose for the first time in seven days as Finance Minister Taro Aso said its decline has been too fast. - Referenced Article



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