World News

French Police use non-lethal weapon ‘Flash Ball’ for roits

SAINT-ETIENNE, FRANCE – The French Police use a non-lethal weapon called ‘Flash Ball’ in riots and other situations that don’t call for lethal force.

Flash Ball shoots tennis balls and other non-lethal projectiles created by Verney-Carron, a well known weapons manufacturing company in Saint-Etienne, France.

New York U.S.

Europe’s Primark profits surge 30%, plans to move to Staten Island, NY

#458446454 / – Primark,in London, England Nov. 5, 2014

STATEN ISLAND, NY – The European fast fashion brand Primark  had a great year with profits up by 30%.

Things are going so well for Primard in Europe, they have plans to come to the US by renting space from seven Sears store in  the northeastern region of the US, including the Sears store in the Staten Island Mall, in Staten Island, NY.

Entertainment News

Keith Urban signs ‘Good Thing’ On ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’

NASHVILLE, TN – NOVEMBER 05: Recording Artist Keith Urban sang his hit song ‘Good Thing’ on ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’ on November 5, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee.

See Keith sing ‘Good Thing’ on Good Morning America at (Photo by Terry Wyatt/FilmMagic)


Youth Clash with Police in suspected East Jerusalem Terror Attack

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL – Palestinian youth clash with police at Shuafat refugee camp after a Palestinian resident of the camp was named as the driver of a van that rammed into a crowd at a rail stop on November 5, 2014 in Jerusalem, Israel.

Clashes started at the refugee camp following the attack in which one person was killed and at least 13 people were wounded after a driver crashed into pedestrians during a suspected terror attack near East Jerusalem. (Photo by Ilia Yefimovich/Getty Images)


Gov. Rick Scott (R) re-elected in Florida

BONITA SPRINGS, FL – Governor Rick Scott (R) defeated Charlie Crist (D) around 1% that amounted to 70,000 votes.

Both campaigns inundated Florida residents with non-stop negative television ads that tallied around $93 marking this race as one of the most expensive tv-ad campaigns ever in Florida.