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What Happened on 16 September 2013

Japan to go nuclear power free

Japan will soon be left without any nuclear power for the second time in forty years after its nuclear reactor… Read More.

Hong Kong Government Bans Shark Fin at official functions

Hong Kong's government announced that people will no longer be served shark fin and two other items at its events.… Read More.

Kerry sends a strong warning to Syria

US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Syria about the seriousness of the threat of attack in case it doesn't… Read More.

Attempt to invent airless tires

It has been years since automakers have been attempting to make tires that are airless. Most of the designs end… Read More.

Suzuki recalls vehicles for defect

Suzuki is recalling 193,936 vehicles including both cars and SUV's that have defected air bag sensors in their front passenger… Read More.

Students cope with increasing textbook prices

Given that the average student is now spending $1,200 on textbooks every year, 70 percent of students have revealed that… Read More.

Undercover cops at Seahawks game

Police are going to the Seahawks game dressed as 49ers fans. The tactic is aimed at controlling the fights and… Read More.

LeBron marries high school sweetheart

LeBron James married Savannah Brinson, his high school sweetheart yesterday. The couple have been together since high school and have… Read More.

Sprint preps early upgrade program

Sprint is finally allowing for early upgrades. The company is launching Sprint One Up on Sept. 20, which will allow… Read More.

Microsoft mocks iPhones

Microsoft's newly launched ads mocked the new iPhone. "A fly on the wall in Cupertino" video series was criticized by… Read More.

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen get married

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen got married in Italy today. They exchanged vows in front of their loved ones in… Read More.

Jennifer Aniston wows the crowd

Jennifer Aniston rocked the red carpet as the annual film festival in Toronto was coming to an end.  Aniston stood… Read More.