Articles By Esther Tanquintic-Misa

Displaced people from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar west of Mosul, line up to receive food at the khanki camp on the outskirts of Dohuk province, September 13, 2014. REUTERS/Ari Jalal

From Politics & Policy 8:20 pm

ISIS Does Killing Spree Of Over 150 Women, Girls Because They Refused To Marry Mad, Crazy Jihadists

The ISIS has recently killed over 150 women and girls because they refused to marry the jihadists.

A nurse prepares a syringe containing an experimental Ebola virus vaccine next to a volunteer called Marie (L) during a media visit at the Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) in Lausanne November 4, 2014. A trial is being conducted with a vaccine from Gla

From Economy 8:13 pm

Cure Against Ebola May Already Be Found In 53 Existing Drugs – Researchers

The fatal Ebola virus that has killed some 6,915 could be cured by at least 53 existing drugs, researchers said.

Conservative leader and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his wife Laureen glaze hot cross buns during a campaign stop at a bakery in Mississauga, Ontario April 23, 2011. Canadians will head to the polls in a federal election on May 2. REUTE

From Economy 7:39 pm

Consumer Advise: Canada Bread Buys Saputo Bakery for $120M

Canada Bread buys Saputo's bakery division for C$120 million ($103.38 million).

Current gas prices are shown at a Chevron gas station in Encinitas, California October 10, 2014.  Oil prices are hovering just above $90 per barrel, a level last seen in June 2012, putting a strong spotlight on OPEC producing countries. They face calls to

From Politics & Policy 4:21 pm

Sliding Oil Prices Forces Chevron To Abandon ‘Indefinitely’ Canadian Arctic Drilling Project, Shares Up

Chevron Corp announced on Wednesday it is putting on hold "indefinitely" its arctic offshore drilling program in Canada due to the continued fall of world oil prices.

A man holds an iPhone 6 in a mobile phone shop in Moscow September 26, 2014. Official sales of Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus started at midnight on Friday across major cities in Russia, according to local media. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov

From Politics & Policy 2:43 pm

Apple Faces Court Action In Canada Over iPhone Anti-Competition Deals, Phone Maker to Counter

Apple Canada had been ordered by the Canadian federal court to release pertinent documents needed by the Competition Bureau over allegations of anti-competition deals.

Pope Francis holds a letter received from a child as he arrives to visit the Saint Joseph at Aurelio church in Rome December 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yara Nardi

From Politics & Policy Dec 19

Revealed: Pope Francis Is Other ‘Silent’ Hero in US-Cuba Deal

Pope Francis has been revealed to have had given a major participation in the U.S.-Cuba deal.

Investigators comb the area around an Air Canada plane on the tarmac of the Edmonton International Airport following an emergency landing several hours prior in Edmonton November 7, 2014. Four people were sent to hospital after a rough landing at Edmonton

From Companies Dec 19

Unruly Female Passenger Who Assaults FA Forces Air Canada To Divert Flight

Air Canada needed to divert a flight from London to Toronto because of an unruly female South African passenger.

A crane works on the building covering No. 1 reactor (L) at the TEPCO's tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, November 12, 2014. REUTERS/Shizuo Kambayashi/Pool

From Politics & Policy Dec 19

Japan Approves Restart Of Two Nuclear Reactors

Japan is set to restart two more nuclear reactors.

Sailors man the rails of the USS Carl Vinson, a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, as it departs its home port in San Diego, California August 22, 2014. The aircraft carrier and its strike group, made up of guided-missile cruiser USS Bunker Hill, and guided-m

From Politics & Policy Dec 18

China Building Trio of Large Nuclear-Powered Aircraft Carriers Similar To US’ Nimitz, Ford-Class Carriers -- Report

China is copying the design of the United States' Nimitz- and Ford-class aircraft carriers.

IMAGE MADE JULY 14 - The Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (BMDO) announced July 15, 2001 it has successfully completed a test involving a planned intercept of an intercontinental ballistic missile target. The test took place over the central Pacific

From Politics & Policy Dec 18

Russian Military Arsenal Grows, To Possess New Liquid-Fuel ICBMs By 2020

Russia's new long-range Sarmat heavy ICBMs can hit both static and moving modern armoured targets.