U.S.: EPA Chief Lisa P. Jackson to Step Down

John M. Broder of the New York Times is reporting that Lisa P. Jackson is stepping down as administrator of the...

Prince: Sign 'O' The Times 25 Years Later

The year 1987 was somewhat an evolution for two of pop music’s most influential acts. In August, Michael Jackson released Bad,...

Mali: France Begins Intervention Against Islamists

BBC Africa is reporting that President Francois Hollande says French troops are taking part in operations against Islamists in northern Mali. French...

Lions Facing Extinction in West Africa

BBC News Africa is reporting that the lion in Africa is critically endangered. A new survey states that there has been...

Trinidad Hit By Second Earthquake This Week

Caribbean 360 is reporting that Trinidad has been hit by a second earthquake this week. The author reports: "Trinidad and Tobago was...

Nigeria: Mobil Must Pay Court Ordered $83.4 Million Tax

The Associated Press is reporting that Nigeria's Tax Appeal Tribunal has ordered Mobil Oil Nigeria to pay $83.4 million in education...

Trinidad Suffers Second Earthquake in a Week

Caribbean 360 is reporting that Trinidad experienced a second earthquake in the past week on Saturday. The earthquake had a magnitude...

Ethiopia: Africa's First Commodity Exchange Transformed Economy

In the Guardian, Lauren Everitt of All Africa.com interviews Eleni Gabre-Madhin on how a market has empowered Ethiopian farmers by focusing...

Liberia: Wireless Internet Connectivity on the Horizon

Roland Perry of AllAfrica.com is reporting that Liberia's Finance Minister Amara S. Konneh has challenged the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications...

2013 Oscars: Denzel Washington and Quvenzhane Wallis Nominated

Quvenzhane Wallis is the youngest nominee in the category of Best Actress in the history of the Academy Awards. Todd Leopold of...

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