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US Army to destroy remaining Stockpile of Chemical Weapons

On Wednesday, the United States army will start destroying the country's largest remaining stockpile of chemical weapons. As per reports, Pueblo Chemical Depot in Colorado will destroy the first of 780,000 shells containing 2,600 tons of mustard agent. The process of destroying the weapons will... read more

GHSA: California was worst US state for pedestrian deaths in 2014

According to the preliminary findings of a study carried out by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), California was still the worst US state for pedestrian deaths in 2014; recording nearly the same number of pedestrian deaths as in 2013.

As per the GHSA study, California has... read more

SPLC files Ethics Complaint against Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has filed an ethics complaint against Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore. On January 28, Moore had called a federal judge's ruling on same-sex-marriage 'tyranny'. The chief justice had made more comments on the ruling during a Birmingham radio show.

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VA to Build Veterans Housing at West L.A. Campus

On Wednesday, to curb the controversial practice of leasing VA facilities, the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs has announced a legal settlement.

As per the settlement, the West Los Angeles campus will be transformed into a permanent housing center in order to provide shelter to the... read more

Super Bowl Sunday is one of the most dangerous days to venture on California roads

With the 2015 Super Bowl set for coming Sunday, February 1, an earlier-this-week statement released by the California insurance department has revealed that the day of the National Football League (NFL) championship records the maximum number of drinking-related crashes in the state, as compared... read more

Two Flights escorted to Atlanta airport after bomb scare

Two flights landed safely in Atlanta after a bomb scare that surfaced on social network Twitter. The flights were escorted by military F-16 fighter jets from McEntire Joint National Guard Base in South Carolina.

The planes were checked by the ground security staff after they landed at... read more

Wildfires near Guthrie Burnt Hundreds of Acres

On Sunday afternoon, two fires ignited near Guthrie. The wildfires burnt more than 2,100 acres of land, damaged a house and many other buildings, prompted evacuations and also forced the closure of busy Interstate 35 in Logan County for over an hour.

Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow said... read more

Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson about to Complete ‘Climb of the Century’

Tommy Caldwell suffered an accident on November 29, 2001, which almost finished his rock climbing career. Tommy met with an accident while using a table saw during a renovation of his home in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. The saw slipped and chopped off his index finger on his left hand from... read more

Golden Gate Bridge will be closed for most Vehicles at Midnight Friday

The Golden Gate Bridge will be closed for most vehicles starting Friday midnight so that workers can easily install a moveable barrier to separate opposing traffic.

According to officials, when the $30 million metal-and-concrete barrier will be installed, transit buses and emergency... read more

Plastic Bag manufactures gather enough signatures to reverse a ban in California

After a ban on single-use plastic bags was approved in California to take effect from July 1, business groups are trying to overturn it.

The supporters and manufacturers of plastics announced Monday that they stand to sell 9 billion additional plastic bags and have collected enough... read more

Fire in San Antonio senior residence kills five

On Sunday, a fire broke out in a San Antonio senior residence. The fire was so intense that it killed five people and injured 14 others. Firefighters who were involved in putting out this fire said that seeing the intensity of the fire it is indeed amazing that more people did not die in the... read more

NORAD Volunteers All Set to Monitor Santa This Christmas Eve

Volunteers at the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) are all set to monitor Santa Claus as he makes his storybook Christmas Eve flight.

It is known that technology and social media have become a crucial part of the US and Canadian military tradition, and NORAD Tracks Santa... read more

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