VidCon 2017 Headlines

  • Apple iMac (2017)

    The 2017 iMac is a fine update to Apple’s desktop computing platform, but suffers from a few nagging design quirks.
  • Amazon Echo Plus (2017)

    The original Echo Plus is a smart home speaker packing in Alexa voice controls – and a few minor teething problems.
  • MSI Aegis 3 (2017)

    There are plenty of powerful parts in the MSI Aegis 3, all wrapped up in a super-cool small form factor chassis.
  • Finland's net payments to EU down in 2017

    Finland paid 50 euros per inhabitant to the European Union in 2017, making a total of 275 million euros -- some 19 million euros less than the previous year.

    Yle Uutiset
  • Amazon Fire TV (2017) review

    Amazon has crammed 4K and HDR goodies into a smaller box with its new Amazon Fire TV.
  • 12 best snowboards 2017/2018

    From beginner-specific designs, to freeride boards that float on powder, here are our top picks for the new season

    I came of age in the 60’s and 70’s, when all the rules about behavior and workplaces were different. That was the culture then. I have since learned it’s not an excuse, in the office - or out of it. To anyone.

    Mail Online
  • These are Canada's most unusual baby names of 2017

    From Seven to Xax, here are some of the most out there monikers
  • Remembering Tom Petty: 1950-2017

    Oct. 2, 2018 marks the first anniversary of the shocking death of Rock Hall of Famer Tom Petty (seen here in 2005) from an accidental drug overdose.

  • FBI: Violent Crime Down Slightly in 2017

    Americans committed about 1.2 million violent crimes in 2017, a rate of 382.9 per 100,000 people and modest dip from the year before, according to a report from the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Uniform Crime Reporting Program released on Monday. The post FBI: Violent Crime Down Slightly in 2017 appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

    Washington Free Beacon
  • FBI: Crime rate fell in 2017

    The number and rate of both property and violent crimes committed across the United States fell in 2017, led by big declines in some cities hit hard in recent years by waves of violence.Data ...

  • Now is the time to buy a “2017” smartphone

    Smartphones launched in 2017 and earlier are now on sale at reduced prices.

  • 2017 was deadliest flu season in four decades

    An estimated 80,000 people died last year from the flu and flu-related complications, according to figures from the CDC. Drs. Natalie Azar and Dave Campbell join Morning Joe to discuss combating the flu and the 1918 flu pandemic.
  • In a Blow to Media Gun Narrative, Homicides Down in 2017

    Why private gun ownership is so important for self-defense
  • Colombia's coca cultivation hits record in 2017

    BOGOTA, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Colombia's acreage of coca, the raw material for cocaine, expanded 17 percent to hit a new record last year, the United Nations...

    Mail Online
  • What Eman Sharobeem told the ICAC during the 2017 inquiry

    Source: AAP

    Mail Online
  • Trump submits 2017 federal income tax returns

    President Trump and first lady Melania Trump submitted their 2017 federal income tax returns months after the president  ...

  • Rauner, Pritzker release partial 2017 tax returns

    Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democratic governor candidate J.B. Pritzker each reported income of roughly $55 million last year. Rauner and Pritzker released partial copies of their 2017 tax returns … Click to Continue

  • When Brian Lenihan left football in 2017 it was from despair, not injury

    Former Cork City, Hull City, Blackpool and Republic of Ireland Under-21 can be an example to others in the game “I poured my heart and soul into football and all I got in return was money. That might sound strange to some people, but it’s true.” In a world where more and more professional sportsmen and women are increasingly comfortable discussing the psychological demons which plague them, the former footballer Brian Lenihan gave an extraordinary, at times chilling and vitally important...

    the Guardian
  • Somalia executes man for 2017 Mogadishu market bomb

    Hassan Adan Isaq, 23, shot by firing squad for his role in attack that killed 600 people Somali authorities executed a 23-year-old man in Mogadishu on Sunday for masterminding the massive bomb which killed approximately 600 people and injured hundreds more in the city exactly a year ago. The explosion was one of the most devastating single strikes by Islamic militants in recent decades. Continue reading...

    the Guardian
  • Buzzkill: Why bees fell silent during the 2017 solar eclipse

    Several animals were recorded acting strangely during the 2017 celestial event, and it turns out bees were no different.

    Global News
  • Switzerland Deported Over 1,000 Migrant Criminals in 2017

    While other countries in Europe struggle with deportations, Switzerland's statistics office has claimed that the country has deported over 1,000 criminal migrants in 2017.

  • Carrie Underwood Shows Scar From 2017 Accident in Selfie

    Last year, the 35-year-old country star tripped while taking her dogs out, broke her wrist and injured her face, near the side of her lips. She underwent surgery on her arm and received more than 40 s

    E! Online
  • Chris Sale eager to amend for 2017 postseason clunker

    Chris Sale waited eight years to make his first postseason start and then another 365 days for a chance to put that memory behind him. The Red Sox left-hander will start Game 1 of the AL Division Series against the New York Yankees on Friday night, one year after he was bombarded by the...

    ABC News