Diana’s gowns auctioned at £800,000

Ten dresses belonging to the late Diana, Princess of Wales, including a gown she famously wore while dancing with John Travolta, fetched over £800,000 at auction in London today.

The lots sold at Kerry Taylor Auctions included some of the “most important and iconic” dresses worn by Prince Charles’s glamorous former wife, who died in . . . → Read More: Diana’s gowns auctioned at £800,000

Thousands sign petition for secession in Texas

By Amanda Holpuch

Texas Nationalists say secession is possible as 77,000 sign petition, despite governor Rick Perry backing the union.

Less than a week after Barack Obama was re-elected president, a slew of petitions have appeared on the White House’s We the People site, asking for states to be granted the right to peacefully withdraw from the union.

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Complexity of graft cases caused Aitzaz to oppose writing of Swiss letter

Senior PPP leader, Senator Aitzaz Ahsan on Wednesday disclosed that in the past he was in favour of writing a letter to the Swiss authorities to reopen graft cases against President Asif Ali Zardari. Talking to a private news channel in New York, Barrister Aitzaz Ahsan said that the matter pertaining to writing a letter . . . → Read More: Complexity of graft cases caused Aitzaz to oppose writing of Swiss letter

Internet, an outlet for young teens and Barack Obama

The Obama White House announced Monday that, in conjunction with tonight’s State of the Union address, it’s going to be holding what the kids are calling a “hangout’ over on what the kids are calling “Google+.” If you’re unfamiliar, a Google+ Hangout integrates live-streaming video in an effort to mimic the sort of casual interaction “hanging out” . . . → Read More: Internet, an outlet for young teens and Barack Obama

Lawmakers hesitant to move forward with online piracy bill

It looks like the uproar over Congress’s online-piracy bills is having a real impact. This weekend, the White House strongly hinted that it would oppose the current legislation. And key sponsors are edging away from the bills’ most controversial features.

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Lets read Corbett Report on 9/11

Everything you ever wanted to know about the 9/11 conspiracy theory in under 5 minutes.

TRANSCRIPT: On the morning of September 11, 2001, 19 men armed with boxcutters directed by a man on dialysis in a cave fortress halfway around the world using a satellite phone and a laptop directed the most sophisticated . . . → Read More: Lets read Corbett Report on 9/11

Obama, Zuckerberg meet – Silicon Valley Getting Hot Again!!

President Obama and 26-year-old Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, a billionaire college dropout, may seem like an unlikely duo.

But when the two took the stage together Wednesday to talk about the nation’s poor fiscal health and plans to cure it, the pairing highlighted the increasing interdependence between the president and Silicon Valley.

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