What Happened on 25 September 2013

War correspondent kidnapped in Syria

A veteran Spanish war correspondent's newspaper reported his kidnapping in Syria.  Marc Marginedas, last contacted the newspaper on Sept. 4… Read More.

4-year old confronted mall attacker and got freed

After the mall attackers shot his mother in the leg, The 4-year old British boy trapped inside a mall in… Read More.

Homes collapse as 7.7 quake hits Pakistan

A magnitude 7.7 earthquake collapsed over two dozen houses and killed at least two people in Pakistan. The figure is… Read More.

China buys $3M Hectares of Ukraine

China has signed a deal with Ukraine, which will help the country meet its demand for food by being able… Read More.

Burger King introduces low-cal fries

Burger King is attempted to lure back its hungry customers by introducing "Satisfries", which are reportedly low in calories than… Read More.

Chrysler files for initial public offering

The Chrysler Group has filed paperwork for an IPO for a number of its shares, marking the first time since… Read More.

Assault charges filed against Jared Sullinger

Although the accuser wants to drop the case against Boston Celtics forward Jared Sullinger, prosecutors said they intend on pursuing… Read More.

Griffin and Leinart share baby mama

Los Angeles Clippers' Black Griffin recently revealed that Brynn Cameron is the mother of his first child, named Ford Wilson… Read More.

Steve Jobs' childhood home could become a historical site

The home where Steve Jobs grew up and built the first Apple computer might soon be preserved as a historical… Read More.

Blackberry addict mourns the company

The fact that BlackBerry seems to now be a private company comes as a bad news to those who have… Read More.

Who is the top earning hip-hop artist this year?

Diddy earned more than $50M this year, becoming the top earning artist in his genre this year.  Surprisingly, Jay Z… Read More.

Jon Hamm, Amy Poehler host Emmys after-party

Perhaps the ones who didn't win any awards at the Emmys were lucky since they didn't have to pay to… Read More.