GERMANY—A group of auto engineers working for Volkswagen may be too smart for its own good. A device built in 2014 won them an innovation award from Ingenieur Beste Deutsche (IBD). However, U.S. and Canadian governments feel the breakthrough is more suited to legal action.
CAIRO—On September 13, eight Mexican nationals were killed in a case of mistaken identity. While traveling in Egypt’s Western Desert, the group was confused with Islamist terrorists. Mooseclean’s sat down with the head of anti-terrorism in Egypt, Khaled Mubarak, to ask some questions about the incident.
A local builder is claiming harassment by the federal government after his business was contacted by investigators from the Competition Bureau, an independent law enforcement agency that looks into potentially criminal business practices.
High-end Toronto homeowners are about to have a convicted terrorist as a neighbour.
Omar Khadr, who killed a US soldier at the age of 15 during the war in Afghanistan, has put a downpayment on 141 Bridle Path.
As streets were cleaned and businesses re-built yesterday in the wake of the latest bout of public destruction of property and robbery downtown, thugs, thieves and other malcontents expressed their longing for a continuation of festivities.
Wherever disaster strikes, a guilty brown man is somewhere nearby, or so we are often led to believe. There’s no convincing some people that Muslims aren’t the root of all evil.
Twitter launched a new app and it’s already popping up in unwanted places. Less than two weeks old, Periscope has a lot of people talking. And watching.
After previously suggesting that Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz had crashed Flight 9525 in order to earn a higher standing within the Church of Satan, French and German authorities now say that it was intended as revenge on the Captain, Patrick Sondenheimer.
After shooting down theories of terrorism, French and German authorities now say that Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz was trying to accumulate points to earn a higher standing within the Church of Satan.
Thirty years after its release as the fourth single from his album Born in the U.S.A, The Boss is still tops with child molesters and kiddie pornographers, according to new numbers from the recording industry.