• Wiet poses Colorado for staffing problem

    Wiet poses Colorado for staffing problem

    denver April 22, 2017 08:15 Hot Recent News

    Since the legalization of marijuana in the US state of Colorado, especially restaurants complained about the difficulty of recruiting suitable staff. Main reason: working at a farm that grows or markets weed pays a lot better.

  • Life might be possible on Saturn moon

    Life might be possible on Saturn moon

    washington April 13, 2017 21:54 Hot Recent News

    Life would sometimes be possible on one of the moons of the planet Saturn. These scientists found a food source for life on the moon Enceladus. And in Europe, a moon of Jupiter, the conditions for life could also be beneficial, researchers at the US space agency NASA said on Thursday.

  • American claims British throne in ad

    American claims British throne in ad

    london March 2, 2017 19:18 Hot Recent News

    The American Allan V. Evans claims he is the rightful heir to the British throne. In a large ad in the Times, he says he will make a claim within 30 days of his titles and the countries and territories that go with them. Queen Elizabeth need to worry yet, Evans says after her death to the throne.

  • 'SMS 2.0' on phones 20 manufacturers

    'SMS 2.0' on phones 20 manufacturers

    February 24, 2017 15:27 Hot Recent News

    The successor to the traditional text messages will be used in each case as standard on the phones of twenty smartphone makers. namely they will flour springs a new messaging app from Google that supports the new technology.

  • Syrian rebels quit peace talks

    Syrian rebels quit peace talks

    damascus January 3, 2017 06:00 Hot Recent News

    The cease-fire in Syria once again proved shaky. Twelve of the rebel groups as moderate reputable Free Syrian Army have withdrawn from the negotiations leading to genuine peace talks. They accuse the government forces, including allies that they have violated the ceasefire.

  • Longest Uber ride: almost 900 kilometers

    Longest Uber ride: almost 900 kilometers

    omaha December 15, 2016 08:51 Hot Recent News

    A US Uber chauffeur has extent known longest ride ever made taxi app. He brought in October a woman from Omaha (Nebraska) to Denver (Colorado), a distance of 886 kilometers. The ride lasted 7 hours, 23 minutes and 55 seconds. On the way stopped the driver and passenger to eat. The woman had to pay after arrival 702.09 euros, converted 667 euros. Driver Kevin Jones has said that to The Outline.

  • Greek ferries sail again, strike over

    Greek ferries sail again, strike over

    athens December 10, 2016 08:24 Hot Recent News

    Ferry Staff in Greece ended the strike. This can end the sometimes chaotic conditions on the Greek islands. The president of the union PNO made Saturday by the Greek television announced that the ferry staff goes to work after the springs eight days had halted.

  • Fear of storm 'Otto'

    Fear of storm 'Otto'

    November 23, 2016 16:42 Hot Recent News

    The approach of Tropical Storm Otto has put Costa Rica in the highest state of readiness. The hurricane center in Miami warned Wednesday for spring floods and landslides in the coastal areas in the Central American country. Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo SolĂ­s announced subsequent alarm stage 1 onwards. Thousands of people have abandoned their homes. is arranged emergency accommodation for them.

  • Dutch F-35 performs in Death Valley [PHOTOS]
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    Dutch F-35 performs in Death Valley [PHOTOS]

    November 16, 2016 18:06 Hot Recent News

    In the American desert valley Death Valley is the Dutch air force already well practiced with the F-35. Some pictures of a regular training mission in the gebeid fly around the US air base Edwards AFB give an impressive picture of the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II in action.

  • Trump is on profit

    Trump is on profit

    November 9, 2016 05:21 Hot Recent News

    Donald Trump has won in the states of Ohio, Montana, Texas, Louisiana, North- and South Dakota, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Alabama, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Mississippi, West Virginia, South Carolina, Indiana and Kentucky.

  • Vote between contractions

    November 8, 2016 17:45 Hot Recent News

    The contractions of the pregnant Sosha Adelstein in Colorado had already begun, but that did not stop her from needing to use its voting rights.

  • Sheriff prevents bombing in Netherlands

    Sheriff prevents bombing in Netherlands

    netherlands October 21, 2016 12:33 Hot Recent News

    The bag next to the police, the sheriff right away, but he first thought was that it was a found object. He later took him right in and looked at it once. He saw a portable telephone, which wires and powder. The sheriff had a bomb in his hands.

  • Agents shot in US

    Agents shot in US

    October 9, 2016 05:06 Hot Recent News

    At least three officers were Saturday (local time) shot in the US Palm Springs (California). According to television station KESQ TV are deceased, two of the policemen shot.

  • Suspects head to court murder Visser
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    Suspects head to court murder Visser

    October 3, 2016 09:48 Hot Recent News

    In the third day of the trial heard around the assassination of former international volleyball Ingrid Visser and her partner Louis Severein be Thursday the three main suspects Juan Cuenca, Constantin Stan and Valentin Ion.

  • 'Boy dressed as Hitler Prom'

    'Boy dressed as Hitler Prom'

    September 19, 2016 16:20 Hot Recent News

    "An Australian boy who attended a school event while he was dressed as Hitler, has been chosen as " one of the best dressed students. \"The St. Philips College in the central Australian town of Alice Springs exhausted himself in excuses when it was over considerable commotion erupted."

  • Trump returns to deportation plan

    Trump returns to deportation plan

    August 22, 2016 20:00 Hot Recent News

    US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump returns to earlier statements that he wants to deport eleven million illegal immigrants as he is in power.,, They have to go, '' Trump said that in August 2015 still firmly in talks with NBC news.

  • Trump loss in three crucial states

    Trump loss in three crucial states

    August 13, 2016 06:03 Hot Recent News

    The repeatedly been discredited Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is at loss in three states that may be crucial for the US presidential election-November. According to a poll Friday published by the Wall Street Journal, NBC News and Marist.

  • Trump seeks confrontation with Clinton

    Trump seeks confrontation with Clinton

    July 30, 2016 05:45 Hot Recent News

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has announced no longer to hold in his struggle with the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. At a campaign rally Friday in Colorado Trump voted for the first time with the call of his supporters to close at Clinton.

  • Beer locks himself in car

    Beer locks himself in car

    July 13, 2016 14:09 Hot Recent News

    Authorities in the densely forested American town of Jefferson County in Colorado do not look at a report of a stray bear. However, a phone call about a bear himself appeared to have locked in a car was something quite different.

  • Mother saves child from cougar claws
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    Mother saves child from cougar claws

    aspen June 19, 2016 14:09 Hot Recent News

    A mother has her 5-year-old child in the state of Colorado literally saved from the clutches of a cougar. The child is with injuries to the face, head and neck in a hospital in Denver, The Denver Post reported Saturday. He makes it to good conditions.

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