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Sony Warehouse Destroyed in London Riots

Sony Warehouse Destroyed in London Riots
Over the past three days, riots have broken out all over England. According to the BBC, a facility owned by the Sony Digital Audio Disc Corporation was destroyed in a fire as a result of these riots. The facility served as the main headquarters for the UK music distributor Pias.

Londoners Riot After Tragic Death

Londoners Riot After Tragic Death
Rioters in London took to the streets Saturday night in an incident stemming from the death of a man at the hands of the police, London’s Metropolitan Police said Sunday.

Philadelphia Schools Caught Cheating on Tests

Philadelphia Schools Caught Cheating on Tests
The Philadelphia educational system is now under fire after it was revealed that many of the city’s schools cheated on their state exams.

Jail Guard Convicted of Bribery

 Jail Guard Convicted of Bribery
On Tuesday, Alfred Casas, a jail guard at Bexar County Jail in San Antonio, Texas, was convicted of smuggling a hacksaw hidden inside of a soft taco

CBS says ‘Happy Days’ Actors Don’t Have a Case

 CBS says ‘Happy Days’ Actors Don’t Have a Case
The leading men and women of the iconic show Happy Days are suing CBS for unpaid royalties. However, according to a 15-page response from the

Honing the Craft

Honing the Craft
Finding a new niche as a creative entrepreneur

Students Lack Knowledge of U.S History

Students Lack Knowledge of U.S History
Results of a national test released on Tuesday indicate that students in the U.S. aren’t well-versed in American history. Of the seven subjects

New State Law Prohibits Posting Distressing Images

New State Law Prohibits Posting Distressing Images
A new amendment to a Tenn. state law prohibiting the transmission of potentially offensive images online will go into effect July 1.

Life and Art: America's Two-by-Four

Life and Art: America's Two-by-Four
Glenn Ligon: AMERICA is the first comprehensive mid-career retrospective devoted to this pioneering New York–based artist.

Foreign Journalists: The Year of Living Dangerously

Foreign Journalists: The Year of Living Dangerously
They were like the legendary members of the ‘Bang-Bang Club’—hotshot photographers armed with zoom-lens cameras, earning their living as combat photojournalists in troubled war-zones.

TEPCO Struggles to Stabilize Nuclear Plant

TEPCO Struggles to Stabilize Nuclear Plant
Japan’s Tokyo Electric Power Company is still struggling to stabilize its Fukushima nuclear power plant after damages from the March 11 earthquake

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