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Police plan to live-tweet prostitution sting (Video)

Police plan to live-tweet prostitution sting

Police in Maryland are taking heat from sex workers and their advocates after announcing plans to live-tweet an upcoming prostitution sting in Prince George County — complete with photographic evidence of suspects as they’re arrested. Calling it a “progressive” and “unprecedented social media tactic,” a press release issued Thursday by the Prince George County Police Department explained that the sting ... Read More »

U.S. Navy SEAL Smuggled 10 Kilos Of Cocaine Into Miami, Report

U.S. Navy SEAL Smuggled 10 Kilos Of Cocaine Into Miami, Report

BuzzFeed.com is reporting that a U.S. Navy SEAL, who worked on counter-narcotics missions, pleaded guilty to drug conspiracy to import cocaine into the U.S. and is in custody in Miami awaiting sentencing. The report says Angel Martinez-Ramos and his wife Bibiana Marcela Lopez-Correa were trying to smuggle more than 22 pounds of cocaine, with a street value of roughly $350,000, ... Read More »

Hawking warns on Artificial Intelligence

Hawking warns on Artificial Intelligence

Washington: Creating Artificial Intelligence (AI) would be the greatest moment in histroy for mankind but unfortunately it also can be its last, Dr Stephen Hawking was quoted as saying in a report in The Independent. Discussing Jonny Depp’s latest film Transcendence, which delves into a world where computers can surpass the abilities of humans, Dr Hawking said dismissing the film ... Read More »

Physicists Just Figured Out How the Egyptian Pyramids Were Built

Physicists Just Figured Out How the Egyptian Pyramids Were Built

Speculation has long existed about how the ancient Egyptians built the great pyramids – constructed from heavy stone blocks – ranging from rolling sleds over logs to aliens. In the dry desert, researchers had never before thought about the possibility of water being used to aid their assembly. But, now scientists may have finally figured out how the ancient Egyptians ... Read More »

Alzheimer’s variation may often go unrecognized: Study show

Alzheimer's variation may often go unrecognized

The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that approximately 5.2 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s Disease, a common form of dementia marked by memory loss. Yet diagnosing the health issue may not always be so simple. A recent study conducted by researchers from the Mayo Clinic in Florida examines the discovery of an atypical type of Alzhiemer’s–one that neuroscientists claim is not ... Read More »

Iowa Repeals Harsh HIV Criminalization Law (Video)

Iowa Repeals Harsh HIV Criminalization Law

Iowa’s legislative session wrapped up with both chambers unanimously approving changes to the current HIV transmission law. Under current legislation, those with HIV face 25-years in prison if they don’t disclose to a partner that they have the virus. The law applies even if the disease isn’t transmitted and if someone with HIV can’t prove that they disclosed their positive ... Read More »