New Zealand judge approves extradition of Kim Dotcom to US | Fox News

FILE - In this Wednesday, July 3, 2013 file photo, Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom speaks during the Intelligence and Security select committee hearing at Parliament in Wellington, New Zealand. (AP) WELLINGTON, New Zealand –  A New Zealand judge ruled Wednesday that colorful Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his colleagues can...

Capcom bans Team YP—but not its players—from Capcom Pro Tour

Capcom has formally barred the YouPorn-owned Team YP from participating in the Capcom Pro Tour.For a while, it appeared that the company had banned Team YPs players as well. Capcom caused a stir on Friday night when it publicly released the new rule set for the 2016 Capcom Pro Tour. The biggest rule change for this years tour,...

Creighton University professor: Criticize Donald Trump for bonus points

Any student who read the reviews of Dr. Fidel Fajardo-Acostas classes at Omaha's Creighton University should probably have considered themselves warned. Do not take if you love capitalism, one former student wrote on ratemyprofessors.com. The subject matter can be a little jarring (Read: Left-Wing), another wrote. Rather than stimulating I found his class academically stifling, yet another dissatisfied student...

If nuclear war breaks out where’s the safest place on Land?

Nuclear strains appear to be attaching again amidst political agitation. So if the event of nuclear conflict, where should be used foreman? The recent deaths among Fidel Castro a humanity synonymous with the threat of nuclear conflict and the Cuban Missile Crisis has reminded us how much the world has changed since the end of the Cold War. ...

NUS president accused of ‘anti-Semitic rhetoric’ – BBC News

Image copyright NUS Image caption Malia Bouattia faced the issue of anti-Semitism when she was elected in April Three vice presidents of the National Union of Students have accused their president of "anti-Semitic rhetoric".Malia Bouattia wrote in 2011 that Birmingham University was "something of a Zionist outpost".Now a character signed by...

New Yorkers Finally Have An Election That’s All About Them

What reaches the New York primary so intriguing this year is not just that a presidential campaign rife with larger-than-life personas, sharp-witted rhetoric and some genuinely wacky elements is heading to a neighbourhood that hugs all three. It's that most of the major candidates can -- and surely will -- waste the coming week and a half laying claim...