With so many happenings around the world, no reasonable person can expect to keep up with every important headline while maintaining their sanity.
Here, we have summarized the most important headlines from the last week.
Netflix and Marvel announced the cancellation of the “Punisher” that had been slated for New York Comic Con in the wake of mass shooting in Las Vegas.
An anti-abortion US lawmaker, Tim Murphy of Pennsylvania, will resign from Congress after a report said that he asked a woman, with whom he had an extramarital affair, to get an abortion.
The chat program, AOL Instant Messenger, that connected a generation to their classmates and crushes and taught us how to text, will shut down on December 15.
Million Dollar Stealing
Indiana couple, Erin, and Leah used hundreds of fake online identities for fraudulent purchase of electronics items more than $1.2 million from Amazon.
FDA wants the Nashoba Brook Bakery to remove the word “love” from its ingredients on granola but the CEO John Gates mentions that the inclusion is something that people can smile at.
France just passed an anti-retouching law forcing companies to clearly label ad images when a model’s body has been altered in any way.
45-year-old Comedian Ralphie May died of Cardiac Arrest as confirmed by his manager who also said that May had been battling pneumonia and canceled several shows in the last month in an effort to recover.
Universal Pictures has postponed pre-production efforts on its “Bride of Frankenstein” reboot as director Bill Condon and screenwriter David Koepp can polish up the script.
Google cited 4chan fake information, targeting a fan of Rachel Maddow as the suspect in Las Vegas shooting, as authoritative after it appeared in their top stories feed due to mass Googling of person’s name.
Turkish archaeologists found a burial site beneath the ruins of an ancient church which they believe to be the remains of the Tomb of Saint Nicholas.
White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Rob Joyce said that using a person’s Social Security number as an identifier or access control seems a horrific idea and Administration is exploring new technologies for personal identifiers.
Oscar-winning film producer, Harvey Weinstein was accused of sexual harassment spanning across decades from numerous women and was fired by The Weinstein Company.
Musician Tom Petty was rushed to the hospital after being found unconscious at his home. He could not be revived and died peacefully surrounded by family, his bandmates, and friends
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