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(Jackson, GA) -- Georgia is expected to execute their only female inmate tonight. Kelly Gissendaner was supposed to die by lethal injection last Wednesday, but a snow storm forced corrections officials to postpone it until today. She was convicted of plotting her husband's...
(New York, NY) -- Stocks are at record highs at the close of the first day of the trading week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq and S&P 500 all jumped despite reports showing falling construction and consumer spending. The Dow rose 156 points to a new all-time high...
(Undated) -- Some Christian prisoners of ISIS are on their way to freedom. On Sunday ISIS leaders reportedly released 19 Christian captives and they are expected to release ten others in the near future. Over at the State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf was pressed on the...
(Undated) -- Microsoft founder Bill Gates is back on top of "Forbes'" 2015 "World's Billionaires List." With an estimated net worth of 79-point-two-billion-dollars, Gates takes the pole position for the 16th time in the past 21 years. Coming in second on the list is Mexican...
(Undated) -- The Los Angeles Police Department is providing more details about the officer-involved shooting of an unarmed homeless man that was caught on video. The video taken Sunday was posted on Facebook and is being viewed by many as another example of police brutality...
(New York, NY) -- The Nasdaq is soaring today, eclipsing five-thousand for the first time in 15 years. The tech-heavy market index broke that mark briefly this morning before slipping just below it to 49-92. The Nasdaq is still belows its all time record of 50-48, but market...
(Undated) -- The man the world has come to know as Jihadi John wasn't always a ruthless ISIS executioner, in fact a former boss says at one time he was a model employee. That was several years ago when Mohammed Emwazi worked as a salesman for an IT company in Kuwait. One of his...
(Covington, LA) -- Investigators in Louisiana are trying to figure out how a deadly bacteria was released from the Tulane National Primate Center. Officials say the bacteria poses no risk to the public but a federal investigator has tested positive for the bacteria. According to...
(Undated) -- Google is going to try its hand at becoming a wireless provider. The tech giant announced today it would take on U.S. carriers by selling its own wireless service and Internet access to mobile users. The initiative will start small, similar to Google's fiber...