British Airways Cyberattack – British Airways announced on Sunday, March 29 that it they have put on lock down thousands of frequent flyer accounts after suffering cyber attack. The airline apologised to customers for the inconvenience resulting from the British Airways cyberattack.
South Pacific Earthquakes – A pair of strong earthquakes rattled the South Pacific nations of Tonga, Samoa and Papua New Guinea Monday. The South Pacific earthquakes resulted in a small tsunami, frightening locals near the epicentre. However, there had been no reports of damage or injuries so far, reports USA Today.
NSA Shooting – One man was been killed while another was severely injured and taken to a local hospital after a shooting occurred at one of the main gates to the US National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland. An NSA police officer who was injured during the NSA shooting was also taken to the hospital.
Marco Rubio Presidential Announcement – The Freedom Tower in downtown Miami has been reserved by Senator Marco Rubio on April 13 for an undisclosed event. The Miami Herald reports that the venue appears to be a potential spot for Marco Rubio’s presidential candidacy announcement.
Ryanair $15 Flights – Ryanair, Europe's largest discount airline is reportedly going to begin flights to the United States, with some seats selling for less than $15 each way. The board of the Irish-based airline OK'd adding the Ryanair $15 flights Monday, ending years of conjectures of when the airline would eventually turn its sights to North America.
The Siga Alpha Epsilon racist video titled "’There will never be a nigger in SAE’ - Sigma Alpha Epsilon” and published Sunday has quickly reached over 270,000 views in just two days. The leaked video shows members of the Siga Alpha Epsilon, a fraternity at the University of Oklahoma, engaging in an extremely racist chant while on their way to an event.
A new viral video of someone experimenting on objects has become viral on YouTube. Titled “Poking A Phone Battery With A Knife Results In Explosion” and published on Mar. 5, 2015, the video has garnered more than 300,000 views.
Jihadi John Apologizes – Mohammed Emwazi, also known as The excecutioner ”Jihadi John" in a slew of Islamic State videos, has apologized to his family for the trouble he has caused them after he was identified as the masked ISIS militant butcher from Britain, The Sunday Times of London reported.
VIRAL VIDEO – The video, “MSNBC Fail: Man Pretending To Have Been On Delta Flight,” became trending this week after MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell interviewed a man who she believed had been a passenger on the plane that slid on the runway at LaGuardia Airport because of rain.
Justin Bieber Men’s Health – The Grammy-winning pop star Justin Bieber is gracing the cover of the “Men’s Health’s” April 2015 issue. The Justin Bieber Men’s Health cover shows the 21-year-old shirtless, muscular and definitely all grown up. However, some reports claim that the cover has been Photoshopped.
VIRAL VIDEO – The Diversity & Inclusion – Love Has No Labels campaign video from the Ad Council posted Monday has already gotten more than 1.5 million views on YouTube. The video begs to question people’s hidden preconceptions when it comes to love, race, religion, age, sexuality and disability, described the Daily Mail.
Aoshima Island may be unheard of by some, but in Japan, it is known to be a small, remote island in the southern part of the county where cats outnumber humans six to one. The cats in Aoshima Island either curl up in abandoned houses or nonchalantly prance about the fishing village in the mile-long island.
Mount Everest Human Waste – Human waste – feces, urine and trash – left by climbers of the world's highest peak has reportedly become a problem already. On Tuesday, Ang Tshering, the chief of Nepal's mountaineering association, said the Mount Everest human waste is now causing pollution and even threatening to spread disease.
Lupita Nyong'o gown found recently was returned to The London West Hollywood Friday afternoon where it was taken 2 days earlier. The missing pearl-covered $150,000 Oscar gown was, according to TMZ, “a worthless fake”, after the thief called to tell them where it could be found and added such.
Kelly Osbourne’s “Fashion Police” departure was announced by E! on Friday. One of the show’s most popular co-hosts, Osbourne said the reason for her departure was to "pursue other opportunities," according to CNN.
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