New York Health Department Chasing Up Unlicensed Dog-Sitters

July 26, 2017

According to The New York Post, dog-sitters who are found unlicensed in New York are being hit with fines by The Health Department.  If anyone in New York plans to be boarding or taking care of a man’s best friend, they will need to have a kennel license, by law. Popular dog-sitting app, Rover, is […]

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British Doctor Offers Cheap Real Estate on Mars

July 26, 2017

According to Time, more millennials could finally be able to afford to buy their own property thanks to a British doctor who is selling land for 10 acres per penny. But there’s a catch, it’s out of this world. Doctor Philip Davies claims to own land on Mars after he started shooting microparticle lasers at […]

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Trump’s Travel Ban Restored By Supreme Court

July 25, 2017

According to BBC News, people from Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen will be affected by the White House’s new criteria for visa applicants. According to the revised rules, for the next three months, those from the six mentioned countries will not be allowed to enter the U.S without a close relative or either […]

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Employees’ Hands To Become Their Credit Cards With Microchip Implants

July 25, 2017

As stated by KSTP-TV, Three Square Market is a company in Wisconsin who wants to disrupt the game entirely by becoming the first company in the U.S. to offer microchip implants to its employees. Three Square Market designs software for break room markets (vending machines) that is frequently found in office buildings. You’ve seen people […]

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