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Cannibal Sandwiches : State officials urge consumers to avoid eating raw ground meat

Cannibal Sandwiches

Health officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are warning people in Wisconsin to avoid so-called “cannibal sandwiches.” It’s an appetizer featuring raw ground beef on cocktail bread, and the occasional raw egg. “Cannibal sandwiches” are a popular Wisconsin tradition during the holiday season. Numerous people got sick with E. Coli after eating them last year. But, it’s ... Read More »

Mary elizabeth mastrantonio 2013 : Actress on Without a Trace

Mary elizabeth mastrantonio 2013 : Actress on Without a Trace

Recently, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio woke up early to see someone special: her youngest son, Declan, 16. “I hadn’t seen him in a couple of days,” she explains. He’s juggling high school and she’s spending afternoons and nights at the American Airlines Theater as she readies for her first Broadway work in a decade. “Let’s face it: I invited them to ... Read More »

How to help someone who is suicidal : Cops use Facebook to talk man out of suicide

How to help someone who is suicidal

Port Authority police used Facebook to track down a Paterson teen who posted suicidal messages and photos of the George Washington Bridge on the social networking site, an agency spokesman said Wednesday. Officers moved quickly after a man alerted Paterson police to the alarming social media posts by an 18-year-old city resident Tuesday afternoon, according to police spokesman Joseph Pentangelo. ... Read More »

Al pacino 2013 : Actor to play Joe Paterno film

Al pacino 2013 Actor to play Joe Paterno film

The film that will tell the story of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno is beginning to take shape. Al Pacino is attached to play Paterno in the biopic tentatively titled “Happy Valley,” and Brian De Palma will direct. Pacino and De Palma have quite a bit of history together, having teamed up for 1993’s “Carlito’s Way” and ... Read More »

Montreal massacre : Polytechnique victims remembered

Montreal massacre : Polytechnique victims remembered

Members of the community gathered at Memorial University’s Faculty of Engineering in St. John’s last night for a vigil to remember the 14 women targeted and killed in the Montreal Massacre on December 6, 1989. VOCM’s Zaren Healey White reports. 24 years have passed since 14 women, 13 students and one employee, were shot to death at l’École Polytechnique in ... Read More »

Steve Ballmer defends Xbox in final shareholder speech

Steve Ballmer defends Xbox in final shareholder speech

Recent speculation has suggested that former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, who is in the running to replace Ballmer, is interested in selling the Xbox and Bing arms of the Microsoft business as he doesn’t believe they’re profitable. Speaking about the Xbox One, as reported by Geek Wire and Seeking Alpha, Ballmer said the console’s integration of Bing and SkyDrive are ... Read More »

Giant Alien planet 11 times bigger than Jupiter found

Giant Alien planet 11 times bigger than Jupiter found

A team of astronomers that is led by a US graduate student has found a planet outside the solar system. The place where it is found is not the place where the planet should not be there. This raises questions regarding the planetary formation. On Thursday, as per a University of Arizona release, the huge planet is orbiting its star ... Read More »