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How Streaming Can Sweep Famous Musicians Into Poverty
Sun, 5 Oct 2014
With todays royalties most music icons and even newcomers today have given their opinions on how streaming can sweep famous musicians into poverty.



The Top Five Islamist Extremist Groups Around The World
Sun, 28 Sep 2014
With the goal of spreading Islam ideology these Islamist extremist groups are killing civilians and are doing nothing but spreading terror into the world.



Why Malcolm Young Will Probably Never Return To AC/DC
Sun, 21 Sep 2014
The legendary AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young is currently going through a serious illness. Only Malcolm Young's family and doctors know what's going on.



What Happened To Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch?
Sun, 14 Sep 2014
People have been wondering what happened to Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch? Undoubtedly, the Ranch is one of the most famous properties in the world.



What do Arab leaders think of Hamas?
Sun, 7 Sep 2014
Arab leaders are showing their opposition of the group Hamas. Hamas goal is to establish an Islamic fundamentalist state and to destroy Israel.



Fawlty Towers With John Cleese
Sun, 31 Aug 2014
Fawlty Towers with John Cleese is still, today, one of the funniest sitcoms ever. Fawlty Towers was written by John Cleese and then wife Connie Booth.



There's Safety in Knowledge
Sun, 27 Jul 2014
In light of the growing role that social media plays in the lives of US citizens, accurate information is fast becoming a valuable asset these days.



Steve Fossett - The Crash Of The Great Pilot
Sun, 20 Jul 2014
The 2007 crash of daredevil Steve Fossett was one of the most tragic accidents in aeronautical history. The crash has been a well-documented case.



Did The Vikings Arrive To America Before Columbus?
Sun, 13 Jul 2014
The Vikings had set foot on America almost half a century before Christopher Columbus. The Scandinavian Vikings were fierce warriors and explorers.



There's No Stopping Dirty Harry And Clint Eastwood
Sun, 6 Jul 2014
At 84 years old, Clint Eastwood is still making news. Actor, film director, producer and composer, Eastwood's career is the stuff of Hollywood legend.



Will Russia Ever Be A Democratic And Modern Nation?
Sun, 29 Jun 2014
Russia and democracy. Western nations aspires a democratic government for Russia. This never happened because of Vladimir Putin's ideology.



Toots Thielemans Decided to Retire at the Age of 91
Sun, 22 Jun 2014
Jazz legend Toots Thielemans decided to retire at the age of 91. The music industry recognizes Toots Thielemans as a genius of jazz music on harmonica.



Why Soccer is the Most Popular Sport in the World
Sun, 15 Jun 2014
Some soccer games are watched by up to 3.5 billion worldwide viewers. The sport occupies the first spot in major sports publications.



David Letterman's Late-Night Legacy
Sun, 8 Jun 2014
David Letterman has been hosting a show for more than three decades. He started as talk show host of the program Late Night with David Letterman in 1982.



The Music Career of David Foster
Sun, 1 Jun 2014
David Foster, keybordist, songwriter and producer. The music career of David Foster professionally started when he joined the band of Chuck Berry.



Jaco Pastorius - Into the Life of a Genius
Sun, 25 May 2014
Bass players and music aficionados all over the world are excited as the release of the documentary about jazz legend Jaco Pastorius nears.



The Taxicabs of New York City
Mon, 28 Apr 2014
About the taxicabs of New York City. What would be a better way for people to travel along the busy streets of the NYC but through its taxicabs?



Spotify or iTunes? The Battle for Music Supremacy
Sun, 20 Apr 2014
Spotify and iTunes. Which of the two gives more benefit depending on the different factors most people consider in their music. Spotify or iTunes?



Sex Toys Can Lead You to Jail in Alabama
Sun, 13 Apr 2014
Using sex toys in Alabama can lead you to jail. Alabama is the last state in the United States that still restricts the distribution of sex toys.



Is Music Streaming a Threat to the Music Industry?
Sun, 6 Apr 2014
People are probably familiar with music streaming sites such as Spotify, Deezer, and Rdio but may not know how these sites affect the music industry.



Decreasing Crime Rate in the United States
Sun, 23 Mar 2014
The annual FBI Uniform Crime Reports - the FBI crime statistics for the year 2013 shows that the crime rate in the United States are decreasing.



Lady Gaga - The New Face of Pop Culture
Sun, 16 Mar 2014
Lady Gaga - Outrageous outfits and provocative stage performances made Lady Gaga to shine brightly in the international music scene.



Meg Ryan's Filmography and Charm
Sun, 9 Mar 2014
Meg Ryan started to play minor roles in film and television. Meg reached ultimate stardom in 1989 as leading female artist of When Harry Met Sally.



A History of the European Immigration to the United States
Sun, 2 Mar 2014
The first wave of European immigrants arrived in the East Coast in 1600 and many still today decided to settle and become United States citizens.



Getting to Know the Master Drummer Jeff Porcaro
Tue, 18 Feb 2014
Jeff Porcaro was one of the most recorded musicians in history. He brought a precise, snappy, and powerful drumming to the music scene in the mid 1970s.



Is The USA The First Country To Have Democracy?
Sat, 15 Feb 2014
Despite what nationalistic citizens from the USA may think, the USA doesn't have too strong a claim at being the first nation to have Democracy.



Tattoo Troubles: Why People Remove Their Tattoos
Tue, 11 Feb 2014
Tattoos can be a form of expression for some people, identity for some, a bitter regret for others, tattoos can mean many things to many people.



Sidney Reilly: The James Bond of the People
Sun, 9 Feb 2014
Sidney Reilly was the real James Bond and the Ace of Spies. Born in Russia and known to have been a secret agent for the Secret Intelligence Service.



Making Musical History With David Sanborn's Night Music
Wed, 5 Feb 2014
David Sanborn's Night Music shortlived show is a cult hit with music fans everywhere. It was a pioneer in both musical and television history.



Another Unsolved Crime: The Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Murders
Mon, 3 Feb 2014
The Santa Rosa hitchhiker murders occurred between the years 1972-1973. A string of killings, seven young women in total, shocked the nation.



Was Leonard Christopher The Frankford Slasher Serial Killer?
Thu, 30 Jan 2014
Convicted for the murder of Carol Dowd, police said that with Leonard Christopher's arrest, the case of the Frankford Slasher should be laid to rest.



The Aftermath of the Deadliest Attack against the USS Cole
Mon, 27 Jan 2014
Roughly a year before the tragedy of 9/11 left an indelible mark in the history of the USA, the USS Cole suffered a suicide attack that killed 17 Americans.



Robert F. Kennedy's Crusade Against The Mafia
Thu, 23 Jan 2014
Robert F. Kennedy's crusade against the Mafia is one of the most celebrated parts of his career. He knew that organized crime was alive and running.



The Largest Bank Robbery in U.S. History: An Imperfect Crime
Tue, 21 Jan 2014
The largest bank robbery in U.S. history, the 1997 Loomis Fargo Robbery in North Carolina, was imperfect and not what you expect to see in the movies.



The Jazz Singer Was The First Talking Film In The USA
Sun, 19 Jan 2014
The Jazz Singer was the first talking film in 1927 in the USA with Al Jonson. The film was directed by Alan Crosland and produced by the Warner Bros.



Ray Tomlinson Sent The First E-Mail In 1971
Thu, 16 Jan 2014
The summer of 1971 is a time to remember. A simple computer engineer, Ray Tomlinson sent the first e-mail in 1971 while working for ARPANET.



Frank Zappa and His Collaboration with George Duke
Tue, 14 Jan 2014
Frank Zappa and George Duke. George Duke is known as a keyboard pioneer and was in 1970 hired as the keyboard player of Frank Zappa’s band.



Henry Ford Started As An Engineer For Thomas Edison
Sun, 12 Jan 2014
Henry Ford started his career as an engineer for Thomas Edison when he worked in the Edison Illuminating Company and was promoted to Chief Engineer.



Why Still 48 Million People In USA Are Living In Poverty
Fri, 10 Jan 2014
For a nation perceived to be the richest and the most powerful in the world, it is difficult to grasp why millions of people in USA are living in poverty.



Christiane Amanpour's Career In Journalism
Wed, 8 Jan 2014
Christiane Amanpour's Career in journalism spanned a long stretch of achievements matched by only a few. There are numerous milestones in her career.



How Sacajawea Showed Lewis and Clark The Way
Tue, 7 Jan 2014
How Sacajawea showed Lewis and Clark the way through the rugged Northwestern topography that contributed much to the expeditions success.



Sylvia Plath, The First To Win The Pulitzer Prize Posthumously
Sun, 5 Jan 2014
Ted Hughes was responsible for having most of Plath's poems published which made Sylvia Plath the first to win the Pulitzer Prize posthumously.



Francis Scott Key and the Star-Spangled Banner
Fri, 3 Jan 2014
The story of Francis Scott Key and The Star-Spangled Banner will forever be embedded in the hearts of all Americans and in the pages of American History.



Why US Presidents End Their Speeches with God Bless America
Fri, 27 Dec 2013
Every American anticipate the speeches that US Presidents make. Not many know why US Presidents end their speeches with God Bless America.



Flight 19, The Bermuda Mystery
Fri, 20 Dec 2013
Flight 19 disappeared over the Bermuda Triangle on December 5, 1945. Flight 19 disappearance is one of the most intriguing mysteries in the history.



Ella Fitzgerald Was the Master of Scat Singing
Tue, 17 Dec 2013
Who does not know or at least have heard of Ella Fitzgerald. When one makes a list of best singers of all time, it will never be complete without jotting her name down.



Democratic Danger - Why The American People Need To Educate Themselves
Thu, 12 Dec 2013
Studies show that American adults score lower on average in intellectual tests than people of other nationalities.



What Happened To Richey Edwards, The Guitarist In Manic Street Preachers?
Mon, 9 Dec 2013
On February 1, 1995, at a tender age of 27, Richey Edwards mysteriously vanishes and was later declared presumed dead on November 23, 2008.



Robert Lee Johnson, the Man Who Spied For the Soviet
Fri, 6 Dec 2013
Robert Lee Johnson, the man who spied for the Soviet was an American sergeant, and was apparently the most damaging U.S Army spies in the early stages of the Cold War.



Why People in USA Has Shorter Lives And Poorer Health Than People In Other Rich Nations?
Thu, 5 Dec 2013
A study shows that People in USA has shorter lives and poorer health than people in other rich nations.



Why Did USA Boycott the Moscow Olympics?
Tue, 3 Dec 2013
In 1980, the United States of America led a 61-country boycott to the Moscow Olympics in response to the 1979 Soviet War in Afghanistan.



Famous UFO Sightings in the USA
Mon, 2 Dec 2013
In USA, thousands of sightings of UFO's were reported between 1947 and 1969. More than a hundred of the sightings remained unidentified.



How Ingrid Bergman Became the Ideal of American Womanhood
Fri, 29 Nov 2013
Seldom do we see a title so aptly describe a celebrity as the one bestowed by the St.James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture to movie icon Ingrid Bergman as "The ideal of American Womanhood".



Did Frank Morris Survive After He Escaped From Alcatraz
Thu, 28 Nov 2013
If there was a convict who was destined to escape from Alcatraz, that man will be no other than Frank Lee Morris. He was a man with a keen and brilliant mind and it is said that he had an IQ of 133.



The History of Thanksgiving Day
Thu, 28 Nov 2013
Thanksgiving Day has been a part of the American history. Since 1863, it has become an annual holiday in the US.



Why Only Less Than 1 Percent of the U.S. Population Are Native American
Sat, 16 Nov 2013
Nowadays, less than 1 percent of the U.S. population are Native American.



Michael Brecker: The Most Technically Accomplished Saxophonist of His Generation
Wed, 13 Nov 2013
Michael Brecker was featured in more than 700 albums, either as a member of the band or a great guest soloist.



Around California By Car: Places to Visit
Tue, 12 Nov 2013
California is considered the best place to go on a road trip. This is the third largest state in the United States and ranks second on the most total miles of highway.



Some Famous People from USA Who Went Bankrupt
Mon, 11 Nov 2013
Some prominent individuals may have made the most out of the the peaks of their financial lives. However, not everyone can stay too long on top. Some may abruptly fall down like some famous people from USA who went bankrupt.



Finding Jimmy Hoffa
Sun, 10 Nov 2013
Jimmy Hoffa was a powerful man, the president of the Teamsters labor union from 1958 to 1971. After his disappearance in 1975, no body was found ever since.



Patty Hearst and the Stockholm Syndrome
Fri, 8 Nov 2013
Nothing captivates the media more than a kidnapped celebrity or an heiress in a bank heist. Put both together and the media will be in frenzy.



Why the USA Has No Official Language
Thu, 7 Nov 2013
It has been said that only about 7,000 languages remain on earth today. In the United States alone, approximately 340 languages are being spoken by its inhabitants. However, most people would be surprised to discover that USA has no official language.



Cold Case: Lindbergh Jr. Kidnapping
Wed, 6 Nov 2013
The kidnapping of Charles Lindbergh's son was one of the most well-publicized and controversial cases of the 20th century.



Aldrich Hazen Ames - The Worst Case of Espionage in US History
Wed, 6 Nov 2013
The United States of America, however powerful they may be, has a long list of traitors in its rich history.



Babe Ruth - A Baseball Legend
Tue, 5 Nov 2013
Babe Ruth is known for his outstanding major league career record with 714 home runs. Much to his influence the baseball game earned its popularity worldwide, making him one of the legends in the sport.



Nathaniel Turner and the Southampton Insurrection
Tue, 5 Nov 2013
In the year 1831, a dark day of slave rebellion led by Nathaniel "Nat" Turner known as the Southampton Insurrect on started the growing conscientiousness of the blacks against their white masters.



John D. Rockefeller and His $500 Million Dollars Legacy
Mon, 4 Nov 2013
John D. Rockefeller donated over $500 million dollars in the course of his lifetime.



The Enviable Career of Audrey Hepburn
Sun, 3 Nov 2013
Audrey Hepburn defined grace, beauty and elegance and she was truly a brilliant actress, having starred in some of the most iconic films of all time such as Breakfast at Tiffany's and Sabrina.



The Worst Power Outages in US History
Fri, 1 Nov 2013
No one likes losing electric power because of several reasons. Foods that are placed in the refrigerator can be spoiled and the electric heater stops working.



The Gardner Museum Heist: The Largest Art Theft in the World
Thu, 31 Oct 2013
A grave thing happened on the eve of March 18, 1990. This was the Gardner Museum Heist: The Largest Art Theft in the World.



Spies, A Part of the Cold War Game
Wed, 30 Oct 2013
To get information from the enemy, east and west used spies to get to know what the others are planning or doing without getting busted.



Dahmer or Toole: The Case of Adam Walsh
Tue, 29 Oct 2013
The 1970-1980 decades were quite notorious. Political activism, anti-war sentiments and serial killers flourished.



Checkin' out Orlando, Florida
Mon, 28 Oct 2013
Often called "The City Beautiful", Orlando, Florida is host to many tourist destinations that attract hundreds and thousands of visitors from time to time.



Religious Ties and Politics: Mormon Members
Mon, 28 Oct 2013
Commonly known as the Mormon Church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) has been making it to the headlines over the past few years with some of its members establishing their names in politics.