United States

Federal Government Will Protect Endangered Butterflies

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that it will create a list of endangered species on September 11 and two species of butterflies will be added to it this time. These species will be protected under federal law.

Conservative groups and federal government have added the... read more

Fast-food chains reveal supplier data

Five leading fast food chains have now published data relating to their food suppliers following concerns over food safety in China. Companies including, McDonald's and Yum Brands Inc have now published details relating to that on their Chinese websites following a request from authorities in... read more

Two top beer producers agree to post ingredients online

Responding to an appeal to become more transparent, top beer producers Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors have announced that will start posting the ingredients for some of their beer products online.

The online petition to the American breweries was made a blogger known as the Food Babe (... read more

Russia is trying to taunt US: says Rep. Mike Conaway

Russia is trying to taunt the United States with acts like sending its nuclear-capable bombers too close to its borders, House Armed Services Committee member Representative Mike Conaway (R-Texas) said.

The North American Aerospace Defense Command (Norad) recently confirmed that four... read more

U.S. job openings jump to highest level since Sept. 2007

The U. S. economy enjoyed an impressive month-on-month rise in job opening in April this year, bringing the job market back to pre-recession level, according to a report published by the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on Tuesday.

Then Job Openings & Labor Turnover report showed... read more

Differences between Ferrari California T and Mondial T

Luxury carmaker Ferrari's only model other than the newly announced California T to have 'T' suffix was the Mondial T, which was launched in 1989.

While the two models share the 'T' suffix in the names, the new model is much different compared to the decades-old Ferrari Mondial T. The... read more

Ferrari California Turbo to be launched soon

Ferrari's revamped California car will arrive with letter "T" in its name, which will stand for turbo; and it will be the first turbocharged Ferrari car since the iconic F40.

The new Ferrari California T simmers with near classical elegance and stylish proportions but its looks avoid the... read more

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