Articles By Esther Tanquintic-Misa

Ukraine Independence Day

From Politics & Policy Aug 29

Russia Invades Ukraine, Pro-Russian Rebels Create 'Second Front,' Obama Maintains No Military Action from US

Ukrainian forces are gearing up for warfare to reclaim the villages north of Novoazovsk

People pray for victims of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami as Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is seen in the background at Namie town, Fukushima prefecture March 11, 2014. Tuesday mar

From Economy Aug 28

TEPCO Loses in Fukushima Suicide Case, Ordered to Pay $472,000 to Family

A Japanese court has ruled that Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), operator of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is liable for the suicide of a woman in 2011 due to physical and mental effects brought by the disaster.

An Iranian soldier stands guard inside the Natanz uranium enrichment facility, 322km (200 miles) south of Iran's capital Tehran March 9, 2006. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi

From Politics & Policy Aug 28

Better Market Your Uranium Someplace Else, Japan Appetite No Longer Huge as Before – Former PM Tells Australia Queensland Premier Campbell Newman

Campbell Newman, premier of Australia's Queensland state, has gotten an advice from former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan, and that is to market the country's uranium to someplace else.

U.S. President Barack Obama departs after delivering a statement from Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, during his vacation August 20, 2014. Obama on Wednesday condemned the Islamic State militants who beheaded an American journalist as "a cance

From Politics & Policy Aug 28

ISIS Wants $6.6M and Release of Aafia Siddiqui in Exchange of Head of Female US Humanitarian Aid Worker, 1st American Fighting for Jihadis Dead

The ISIS has renewed pressure on the U.S., demanding this time $6.6 million as well as the release of Aafia Siddiqui, otherwise it will terminate the life of a captured female American humanitarian aid worker.

Tablet Computers

From Economy Aug 28

Product Recall Alert: Hewlett-Packard Pulls Out 6M Power Cords from US, Canada Over Fire Hazard Concerns, Australia Also Affected

Concerns about overheating that could lead to potential fire and burn hazards have prompted Hewlett-Packard to recall over six million power cords from the United States and Canada.

Beware of Ebola-Killer Disease

From Economy Aug 28

Canada Fears Ebola: Pulls Out Lab Team from Sierra Leone

A three-man mobile laboratory team who were following findings contracted the deadly Ebola virus.

Canada's PM Harper stands on the front deck of the HMCS Kingston on Eclipse Sound near the Arctic community of Pond Inlet

From Politics & Policy Aug 28

Declassified CIA Report Reveals Friction Between US And Canada Over Arctic Sovereignty, Harper Orders Troops to Defend the North Pole Against Russian Dominion

A report that has been declassified by the U.S. CIA has revealed the battle on sovereignty over the Arctic region has caused a friction in the relations between the U.S. and Canada.

A United Airlines electronic departure board is pictured inside the terminal at Newark International Airport in New Jersey

From Economy Aug 27

United Airlines Flight Diverted as Passengers Fought Over Anti-Seat Reclining Device

A United Airlines flight was forced to divert from its original flight plan after two passengers fought over personal space and the use reclining seats.

Terrorist from Australia

From Economy Aug 27

ISIS Posts Threats On Twitter, Works Around California Earthquake Hashtags, Pressures US To Respond To #StevensHeadinObamasHands

Terror group the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has started to infiltrate legitimate hashtags on Twitter to circumvent and promote their terroristic propaganda. The hashtags #napaearthquake and #sfearthquake were their latest victims.

U.S. President Barack Obama

From Politics & Policy Aug 27

9/11 Could Happen All Over Again, This Time Courtesy Of ISIS

It's just a matter of time when the chaos and pain of Sept. 11, 2001 starts all over again. At least that's what a former director of the CIA said on the seemingly pruning and sprucing tirades between the U.S.