Articles By Vittorio Hernandez

A young member of the Mara MS 13 street gang gestures while singing the national anthem during an event sponsored by the country's Catholic church at a park in San Vicente April 5, 2013. Members of the country's two most powerful gangs MS-13 and 18th Stre

From Law Oct 15

Police Charges 10-Year-Old Boy With Murder As Adult For Killing 90-Year Old Woman

The police had filed homicide charges against a 10-year-old Pennsylvania boy for killing a 90-year-old woman. The incident happened on Saturday when Tristen Kurilla visited his grandfather, Anthony Virbitsky, who looked after the victim, Helen Novak.

Li Yan (L), pregnant with her second child, lies on a bed as her daughter places her head on her mother's stomach in Hefei, Anhui province February 20, 2014. Li gave birth to a baby boy on February 23, 2014 after Li's family became the first to receive a

From Companies Oct 15

Apple & Facebook Offer $20,000 To Female Employees Willing To Have Their Eggs Frozen

Two technology giants have upped the game insofar as retaining their employees are concerned. Apple and Facebook are offering their female workers up to $20,000 to have their eggs frozen so they could keep their engagement with their companies while tapping science to ensure they could still bear children when they decide to later.

Singer Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson performs on ABC television's "Good Morning America's Summer Concert Series" in New York City's Central Park May 30 2014.

From Sports Oct 15

Boxing News 2014: One Less Enemy For Mayweather As 50 Cent Says Their Feud Is Over

While American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr continues to provoke Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao in what seems to be a marketing strategy to drum up interest in the so-called dream match in 2015, one former adversary appears to had mended fences with the unbeaten pugilist.

Iron Ore Mining

From Global Markets Oct 15

Monday’s Hike In Iron Price Could Be Indicator Market Has Bottomed; Marubeni Forecasts Higher Price For Key Steelmaking Ingredient In 2015

After hitting record-low iron ore prices in the international market, there are indicators that the market has bottomed out. On late Monday, price of the key steelmaking ingredient went up 4 per cent, logging its largest one-day gain in seven months.

The head for an inflatable sex doll is pictured at Ningbo Yamei plastic toy factory, on the outskirts of Fenghua, Zhejiang province, February 13, 2012. The company started producing sex dolls three years ago, and now owns a total of 13 types of dolls at t

From Companies Oct 15

Japanese Sex Doll Releases Liquid When Breast Is Squeezed

A new model of a Japanese love doll is the toast of bachelor parties because the plaything also doubles as a drink dispenser. It comes, however, with a high price tag of $5,000.

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) greets Finland's Prime Minister Alexander Stubb

From Economy Oct 15

Finnish PM Blames Apple For S&P Credit Rating Downgrade

Rating agency Standard & Poor's downgraded on Monday Finland's credit rating to AA+ from AAA over concerns that the pace of its economic growth is slower. The next day, Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb blamed American tech giant Apple for the economic woes of the nation.

Reddit mascots are displayed at the company's headquarters in San Francisco, California April 15, 2014. Reddit, a website with a retro-'90s look and space-alien mascot that tracks everything from online news to celebrity Q

From Tech Oct 15

Fappening 5 Features Nude Photo Leaks Of More Female Celebrities Such As Sahara Ray, Lauren O’Neil & Allegra Carpenter

Barely a week after the fourth release of nude leaked photos of celebrities happened, the fifth edition of Fappening took place on Monday with more female celebrity victims. Among the known personalities whose naked images were posted on a sub-Reddit page are model Sahara Ray, actress Lauren O'Neil and Allegra Carpenter.

A Caltex sign is seen at a petrol station in Melbourne April 22, 2010. Caltex Australia Ltd, the country's largest refiner, said on Thursday its short-term refiner margin outlook remains challenging, however it was optimistic about its medium to long-term

From Companies Oct 14

Caltex Australia Finally Shutters Sydney Oil Refinery, Over 300 Jobs Lost

Caltex Australia finally closed on Tuesday its 58-year-old oil refinery in Kurnell, Sydney. The oil and gas giant now runs the facility as a fuel import terminal. It spend $270 million over two years to convert the plant.

A customer purchases the newly released 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.

From Companies Oct 14

Apple Pay Coming To 18 Stores, Including Staples, MacDonald’s, Subway & Walgreens

The new Apple Pay system will launch in at least 18 retail outlets on Saturday, said a leaked memo from Walgreens and posted by MacRumors.

Panasonic Corp's electric light bulbs are on display at an electronics retail store in Tokyo July 31, 2014. Panasonic Corp posted an 18.1 percent rise in operating profit for the first quarter, beating analyst expectations, on growing demand for its autom

From Global Markets Oct 14

$10M Funding For Start-Up LiFi, A Light Bulb That Could Act As Wireless Network At Home

Gadgets designed specifically to connect computers and smartphones to the Internet may soon be a thing of the past as the technology world moves toward the Internet of Things.