US Needs Seaports to Grow Economy
John Martin, a leading transportation economist with Martin and Associates, says, "Investment in port infrastructure is critical to compete with Caribbean transshipment hubs for the development of logistics centers." Fortunately, there is hope on the ...
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By Euan Rocha on 9:39 am September 21, 2013. Category Business, Corporate News Tags: BlackBerry, Smartphones Customers try BlackBerry Z10 touchscreens in Jakarta. (Bloomberg Photo) Toronto. BlackBerry warned on Friday it expects to report a huge quarterly operating loss next week and that it will cut more than a third of its global workforce, rekindling fears of the company’s demise ...Read More »
Music review: Rihanna shines bright like a diamond at Manila concert
Though most things about it were toned down, in hindsight, it was probably to better make Rihanna “Shine Bright Like a Diamond” (which closed off the concert). And shine bright, she did. RiRi's vocals and larger-than-life persona filled the stage ...
Rihanna's 'Half Of Me': 6 Life Lessons We Learned From The Documentary (GIFs)Buzzworthy
Rihanna has paid tribute to her fans in a new documentaryBelfast Telegraph
Kapamilya stars enjoy Rihanna's concertABS CBN News
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ACORN's former chief calls for more immigration to boost black power
ACORN's former CEO Bertha Lewis urged Africans-Americans to support increased immigration as a strategy to gain political power. “We got some Latino cousins, we got some Asian cousins, we got some Native-American cousins, we got all kind of cousins,” ...
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21 September 2013, 2:14 Plane Diverts To Stansted: Two Men Held Tweet Two men have been arrested after a plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Stansted Airport. The Sri Lankan Airlines A330 Airbus, which was carrying 267 passengers and crew, was due to land at Heathrow Airport but was diverted to the Essex airport just after 7.30pm ...Read More »
September 20: Joined by Egypt’s top interim leaders, Egypt’s military chief led a funeral procession today for a police general killed in a raid on an Islamist stronghold near Cairo, aiming to show a national front against supporters of the ousted Islamist president. Draped in the Egyptian flag, the coffin of slain police Gen. Nabil Farrag was carried by an ...Read More »
NEW YORK, Sept. 20 (Xinhua) — UN Secretary-General Ban Ki- moon on Friday called on world business leaders to do even more in conjunction with the United Nations to promote sustainable development worldwide, saying that “we cannot accept a rising tide that floats only some boats and leaves many to drown.” “That is where you come in,” he told more ...Read More »
WASHINGTON, Sept. 20 (Xinhua) — U.S. space agency NASA on Friday announced an end to the eight-year Deep Impact mission that included an unprecedented impact, comet flybys and the return of approximately 500,000 images of celestial objects. The project team at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) gave up on the Deep Impact after being unable to communicate with the spacecraft ...Read More »
Dan Robinson WHITE HOUSE — Syria’s civil war and the use of chemical weapons, Iran’s nuclear program, and transformations in the Arab world will be key topics in U.S. President Barack Obama’s address next Tuesday to the United Nations General Assembly. Recent statements by Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, about a desire to increase cooperation and engagement have increased speculation about ...Read More »
Unsung Hero: Haiti Missionaries
MARION -- A life changing trip. That's how some local teens describe their summer mission trip to Haiti. "I used to think, oh poor me, and I go to Haiti and they don't have clothes and I really think that I realize that I'm so blessed," said 13-year ...