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Chris Morrow - A success story

By EagleNews, published on Mar 19, 2013

Almost 600,000 followers on twitter, more than 7 million clicks on CNN iReport, 5,000 likes on Facebook! These are just a few staggering numbers reflecting the successful career of a young freelance journalist from San Diego, California. Her name is Chris Morrow, and she committed herself to covering the world's top news on many different websites. "Instead of covering a story locally, I choose to do this globally," she says. But if you think all she does is covering our everyday world, think again. A few years ago she won an award for "Best Film" at the San Diego Film Festival, for covering... (more)


Frank Dixon: It's about the music!

By EagleNews, published on Jan 12, 2013

When we spotted thirteen year old Frank Dixon on YouTube, we we're stunned. At first we thought he was a good singer like many others on YouTube, but then we found out that he writes all his songs himself. That and the fact that he puts real emotions into these songs makes him much more than just another Justin Bieber copy. He is a true inspiration for other Teenagers!

Frank began writing songs at the age of nine and was first discovered when he published songs like "Moving On" and "Up and Away." In 2010 he was awarded the Junior Singer/Songwriter Prize at "Dream Inc" in Melbourne. His... (more)

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PSY's Anti-American Concert

By EagleNews, published on Dec 10, 2012

Park Jae sang (PSY) is the most successful Star on YouTube, since it was founded in 2005. It all started with the release of his sixth album "PSY 6" earlier this year. One of his songs "Gangnam Style" became a huge sensation on YouTube and other broadcasting networks around the world." When I realized that some top stars like have imagined or tweeted about me, I thought, That's joking. That's not gonna happen," he said after the release of his new album." I never expect things like this, not because they are top stars, but because this is the biggest market in the universe for pop music, right,... (more)


Chevrolet Volt: 100 million electric miles!

By EagleNews, published on Dec 9, 2012

In december 2010 General Motors introduced the Chevrolet Volt, a plug-in hybrid vehicle! Also known as "Opel/Vauxhall Ampera" in Europe and "Holden Volt" in Australia. The Volt is powered by a lithium-ion battery and a 1.4 liter engine, acting as a generator to extend the range to 400 miles. Recharging takes up to 4 hours on a 240-volt supply. That's how the newest member of the Chevy family was introduced in 2010."The best sign of a great product is when your customers are the most satisfied in the industry. Volt owners have found the Volt is not only fun to drive, but provides technology... (more)


Larry Hagman dead at 81

By EagleNews, published on Nov 24, 2012

Larry Hagman who became a global icon playing the TV villain J.R. Ewing in the hit series "Dallas" died late Friday evening at Medical City Dallas Hospital. He was 81 years old. In June 2011, Hagman was diagnosed with stage 2 throat cancer. "People who smoke or use tobacco are at risk of developing throat cancer", a PubMed Health expert said in 2011. "Excessive alcohol use also increases risk. Most cancers of the throat develop in adults older than 50," he continued. In 1995 Hagman admitted he had been a heavy drinker, and a heavy smoker as a young man, after he underwent a life-saving liver... (more)


Good Morning Mr President!

By EagleNews, published on Nov 7, 2012

2012 is a truly historical year in American History. The year started with four republican presidential nominees. Former House speaker Newt Gingrich, US Congressman Ron Paul, former US Senator Rick Santorum and Governor Mitt Romney who won the GOP primaries and became the party's presidential candidate for the 2012 Election. Romney later appointed, Congressman Paul Ryan, as his running mate. They were now facing a new challenge, "Obama-Biden".

Both Campaign Teams had already started bombarding each other with negative tv ads and Attacks on their personal lives, long before November 6th.... (more)


Hurricane Sandy makes landfall

By EagleNews, published on Oct 29, 2012

As millions of Americans prepare for another big hurricane that is expected to make landfall on monday, Companies like "Verizon", will continue to serve their consumers, businesses and government agencies along the East Coast. "Verizon Wireless stands ready to serve our customers, and I urge everyone first and foremost to stay safe. We live and work in the towns and cities in the storm's path, and we are dedicated to keeping our friends, families and neighbors connected in times like these. We prepare for situations like this year-round, and pride ourselves in our ability to be there for our... (more)


America has made its choice

By EagleNews, published on Oct 23, 2012

With 14 days to go until Election Night, things are getting rough between the two candidates. More attack ads, more criticism and Mitt Romney trying to find a peaceful end of the Campaign season between him and The President.

After almost a year of fighting, denying and flip-flopping the Presidential Campaign has come to an end, last Night at Lynn University,Florida. It was the last Presidential Debate for President Obama and could be a game changer for both candidates. Especially for Governor Mitt Romney.

Recent Polls have shown that one of the most important states in the Country,... (more)


Last Night in Denver!

By EagleNews, published on Oct 3, 2012

The first of three Presidential debates in Denver, Colorado was the first time the two opponents battled each other "face to face", no attack ads, no advisors who tell them what to say. Only two minutes to convince the audience in Denver and millions of people watching at home, that you're the man of the hour. Both competitors arrived on stage to welcome hundreds of students, politicians, vips and personal guests from around the country after Jim Lehrer introduced the two nominees. It was Lehrer's 12th nationally televised presidential debate. Lehrer himself is very nervous about the debate.... (more)


Colts Coach diagnosed with leukemia

By EagleNews, published on Oct 2, 2012

Chuck Pagano, Coach of the Indianapolis Colts has been hospitalized on October 1. Only a few hours after being hospitalized, Pagano was told he had leukemia. "His wife Tina had been at his bedside each night. She was the one who pushed him to see the doctor after noticing unusual bruising on his body," Pagano's physician said. Leukemia is a cancer that starts in the stem cells of the bone marrow that make blood cells. Bone marrow is the soft, spongy material that fills the centre of most bones (where blood cells are made). Blood stem cells (immature blood cells) develop into either myeloid... (more)


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