In perusing the accolades for victims of airline tragedy, its easy to wonder why it inordinately claims only the best and brightest of our society: scholars, pacifists, humanitarians, mediators, scientists, animal lovers, volunteers, mentors, and cruciverbalists. It’s with a sense… Continue Reading
NASA—Astronomers have found seven Earth-sized planets that they hope will reveal life beyond our globe. Area inhabitants are not amused. “Oh, for Zasafron’s sake!” said TRAPPIST-1e alien Muhammad, choosing to use a name Earthlings would be able to comprehend. “Back… Continue Reading
Photo: Alex Guibord, flickr (CC BY 2.0) Despite a recent warning from Canada’s toke-friendly prime minister that marijuana will continue to be illegal in this country until a strong regulatory framework is created, pot users and dealers nationwide are declining… Continue Reading
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.
News from Concordia University now confirms what many have long suspected: taxi drivers still drive like… well, taxi drivers whether they’re in their cab or not.
Last week, Uber driver George Williams needed a ride. En route to pick up a customer, his car broke down. Williams was able to pull off into a parking lot, but then had to make a decision…
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.
While she’s never considered herself a trendsetter, Edith Corbett, 24, has recently found herself at the helm of a campaign pushing for a return to a traditional practice, reminiscent of simpler times.
After spending a week off with their teenagers, Vancouver-area parents Kamal and Nisha Dhaliwal are relieved to be heading back to work.