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Charlottesville Protester Heather Heyer Died Defending Her Beliefs

August 18, 2017 - By 

Charlottesville paralegal Heather Heyer was killed August 12 when a car plowed into a group of counter protestors. The group gathered in opposition of white nationalist groups at the “Unite the Right” rally. read more


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Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones Is a Cancer Survivor

August 18, 2017 - By 

Legendary rocker Ron Wood had a major scare recently. The 68-year-old guitarist of the Rolling Stones thought that he might pay the ultimate price for 50 years of chain smoking. A cancerous legion was discovered on his left lung during a routine checkup earlier this year. There was a chance that the cancer had spread to his lymph nodes. The tests took a week to come back. Wood and his wife said they went through hell during those seven days. The rocker said that he had prepared himself mentally to hear bad news from his doctor. The couple decided not to tell anyone about Wood’s health situation until they knew for sure what the situation was. They did not want anyone to get worried unnecessarily. read more


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Latest News About Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

August 18, 2017 - By 

Mark Zuckerberg is an internet entrepreneur and a computer programmer in the United States. He is the co-founder and CEO of Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg appears on the Forbes list of the most famous people. He is estimated to have a net worth of $69.9 billion. He launched a social network known as Facebook when he was still at Harvard University.

Mark Zuckerberg graduated on 25th May 2016. He claimed that he graduated to encourage everyone to have a sense of purpose. The 33-year-old dropped out of the university in 2004 to concentrate on Facebook. It became the largest social network later. He received an honors degree and gave out a commencement address at Cambridge, Massachusettes.

Mark encouraged the graduates to create a resourceful world. He provided ways in which people can get meaningful and significant projects by defining the sense of equality and building the nation together. Many graduates feel depressed and disconnected. He encouraged them to think about ways that can make them resourceful in the society. It is important to note that Zuckerberg denied hints for running as president in future. He has toured all cities in the United States. He visits juvenile detention centers and factory workers. He pushed for continuous education and affordable healthcare. He claimed that the health care should not be restricted to the same company.

Zuckerberg was proud of developing the tech firm. The tech company has invested in solar-powered drones. He said that the company would assist in bringing and improving the internet in developing countries. This will enhance instant messaging, live video, and virtual reality. He advised the Facebook users to avoid criticism and spreading fake news. He urged them to use the media in a positive way that improves the society and the world as a whole.

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan recently donated $3billion to children charity organization. Chan is his wife. The money will be used to prevent, cure, and manage diseases. Mark says that the investment will also cater for a bioscience research center. The center will be responsible for diagnosis diseases, continuous blood streaming, and mapping cells in the body. He was very optimistic that all diseases will be managed or cured throughout the lives of the children. He says that the lives of many children will be saved if engineers and scientists come together and build new technologies and tools.


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Usain Bolt’s Last Race Ends With Leg Cramp, Loss

August 14, 2017 - By 

Usain Bolt, known by many as the fastest man alive, will soon be retiring from his career as a track and field star. Unfortunately, his career will be ending on a more sour note than he would have hoped. read more


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Eduardo del Rio: The Outspoken Caricaturist

August 14, 2017 - By 

The New York times reports that Eduardo del Río, a self-taught caricaturist who was known for speaking against corruption, died this past Tuesday from prostate cancer complications at the age of 83.

Mr. del Río was born on June 20, 1934 in Zamora, which was “an epicenter of conservative Roman Catholicism in southwestern Mexico.” Shortly after he was born, his father died after gambling away the money the family had left. Afterwards, his mother moved with him and his brother to Mexico City, where Eduardo secretly devoured comics and classic literature, along with finishing his secondary education at a Salesian seminary. Eduardo floated between jobs until he settled on a job answering phones for a funeral home, where he had all of the time in the world to doodle. After a mourner who knew the Ja Ja editor noticed his doodles, he was quickly recruited by the humor magazine.

Eduardo founded Popular Insurgency, the Mexican Worker Party’s magazine, and changed his surname to Rius in the event his work was seen as too caustic. In 1969, he was kidnapped because of his work and was only freed when “the soldiers learned that he was related to a former Mexican president”. Years later, Mr. del Río published “The Manual of the Perfect Athiest”, which resulted in his excommunication from the Church. In response, he told La Jornada “I have to thank God, who made me an atheist and the Catholic Church, which made me anticlerical.”

His work has been praised by many people, including political scientist Andrew Hacker, who called “Marx for Beginners” a “superb little book”; and the author Carlos Monsiváis, who once said “there were three major departments of education in Mexico: the Ministry of Public Education, the multimedia conglomerate Televisa, and Rius.”

Mr. del Río is survived by his wife, Micaela Flores, and his daughter, Citlali del Río Flores.