There’s no doubt air conditioning is a blessing as we near summertime heat but one man is seeing a miracle on the side of an air conditioning unit.
What else is there to say about this video other than it’s a cat playing the keyboard?
The United Nation’s labour agency on Tuesday denounced “premature” austerity measures brought in by governments around the world during the financial crisis, saying they have hurt the world’s most vulnerable people. Isabel Ortiz, director of social welfare of the International Labour Organisation (ILO), said that in 2014 alone at least 122 governments have cut public spending, including in 82 developing countries. In the European Union, where many states brought in swingeing budget cuts in response to the debt crisis, she estimated that as many as 123 million people — or a quarter of the bloc’s population — were now classified as poor because of cuts in social protection.
A selection of spectacular and interesting images over the past week.
Sources told News 8 that someone who went to the residence in the 200 block of Sunset Lane observed a man who appeared to be dead on a couch. Police found two more bodies inside.
Prosecutors say two 12-year-old southeastern Wisconsin girls stabbed their 12-year-old friend nearly to death in the woods to please a mythological creature they learned about online.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — FBI: Social media maven sought in San Francisco explosives case is captured after 3-day hunt.
Fortune 500 announced Monday their annual ranking of the top 500 corporations with the largest revenues, and five of those companies are from our area.
By Patricia Zengerle and David Alexander WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama set a dangerous precedent by swapping five Taliban prisoners for a captured U.S. soldier in Afghanistan and may have broken the law, members of Congress said on Monday as they pressed for public hearings on the issue. Fueling criticism of the decision to swap Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban detainees being held at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba were accusations by some soldiers that the Idaho native was a deserter who cost the lives of several comrades. The State Department said it considered Bergdahl “a member of the military who was detained while in combat.” The Pentagon said it was unable to confirm media reports that troops had been killed in operations trying to locate Bergdahl following his June 2009 disappearance.