Articles By Vittorio Hernandez

Actors depicting the legends of ghosts living inside New York's landmark Dakota apartment building are seen inside Nightmare: New York, a haunted house for adults, in New York October 22, 2014. With Hollywood-grade stagecraft and professional actors, haun

From Science Nov 07

Grandson Captures Image Of Dying Grandpa’s ‘Guardian Angel’ On Phone; Old Man Recovers

Chris Leadbetter visited his very sick 76-year-old grandfather, Bob Large, at the hospital. Thinking it would be one of their last few days together, the 20-year-old took out his mobile phone and snapped a photo of his grandpa who was being administered the last rite in preparation for his imminent death.

Dr. Phil McGraw, television personality and psychologist, talks about cyber-bullying during a hearing of the Healthy Families and Communities Subcommittee of the U.S. House Committee on Education and Labor, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 24, 2010.

From Tech Nov 07

Fappening: ‘Naked’ Dr Phil Discusses Nude Celebrity Leaked Selfies On Conan

A "naked" image of Dr Phil McGraw was flashed on TV when Dr Phil appeared on Wednesday at Conan to discuss the Fappening. It wasn't a real nude photo but part of the light banter between the guest and the host - writer, comedian and performer Conan O'Brien - who tackled the nude hacked and leaked images of celebrities.

A giant banner promotes Sony's Vaio laptops at Sim Lim Square, in Singapore March 3, 2009. Sim Lim, a chaotic six-storey mall selling computers, electronic goods and cameras, is one of Singapore main electronic hubs.

From Tech Nov 07

Crowdfunding Indiegogo Raises $11,519 For Vietnamese Tourist Conned By Singaporean Mobile Phone Shop

It was not only the image of Vietnamese tourist Pham Van Thoai down on his knees and begging the staff of a Singaporean mobile phone store to refund his money, but also the subsequent public support for the factory worker seen as a victim of unscrupulous iPhone sellers.

A woman takes a selfie on top of the Angel de la Independencia monument in Mexico City, September 26, 2014.

From Tech Nov 06

Polish Nursing Students Falls To Death While Taking Selfie During Spain Vacation

Another person just lost her life because of selfies. Sylwia Rajchel, a 23-year-old nursing student from Poland plunged to her death while taking her selfie on the ledge of the Puente de Triana bridge in Seville, Spain.

Former Australian Prime Ministers (L-R) Malcolm Fraser, Julia Gillard, Bob Hawke, current Prime Minister Tony Abbott, John Howard, Kevin Rudd and Paul Keating assemble for a photograph at the completion of a memorial service for former Prime Minister Goug

From Politics & Policy Nov 06

PM Tony Abbott Gets Jeers While Nemesis Julia Gillard Gets Standing Ovation At Whitlam Memorial Service

Political observers described the Wednesday memorial service for former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam as like an Australian Labor Party convention since the deceased PM belongs to the same party.

Pregnant teenagers queue for a free pre-natal check up during a medical mission for teenage pregnancy conducted by the aid agency United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA) in the slum community of Vitas in Tondo, Manila August 31, 2012.

From Health Nov 06

12-Year-Old Filipina In Kalibo Gives Birth To Baby Boy; Unaware She Was Preggy

In 2013, 13-year-old Alfie Patten of Britain became a household name after reports came out that he was the country's youngest father. Although subsequent DNA tests showed that he didn't sire Maisie Roxanne, his life was never the same again as he became the poster boy for teen pregnancy and even had his face on condom wrappers.

Women breastfeed babies during a mass event in Athens November 2, 2014. Hundreds of women gathered and fed babies in public to raise awareness among young mothers on the practice at the beginning of the annual World Breastfeeding Week.

From Tech Nov 06

Photo Of Queensland Woman Breastfeeding Baby At University Graduation Goes Viral

A photo shared on Facebook showing a young mother breastfeeding her baby while dressed in toga for her university graduation has gone viral. A day after it was posted via the social media site, it has garnered over 100,000 likes, elicited 3,400 comments and was shared 2,700 times.

A zookeeper displays five-day-old Green Anacondas at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July 16, 2008. The snake's mother, who was brought to Sri Lanka from the Czech Republic five years ago, had given birth to 23 baby anacondas but only 20 of the

From Science Nov 06

Naturalist To Test What It’s Like To Be Eaten By Anaconda

While stories of people maimed and eaten by wild beasts such as crocodiles, tigers and gorillas become viral because of the gory, but interesting nature of the event, a naturalist plans to do the unexpected and be eaten by a snake deliberately, not by accident.

 	Ashley Wagner of the United States competes during the Team Ladies Short Program at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics

From Global Markets Nov 06

Beijing Is Leading Contender To Host 2022 Olympic Winter Games

It looks like the next three Olympic Games would be hosted simultaneously by Asian cities. Beijing is the strongest contender to host the 2022 Winter Games, reports said.

Pirate Bay co-founders Fredrik Neij (L), Gottfrid Svartholm (C) and Peter Sunde leave the city court after the last day of argument's in their copyright trial in Stockholm March 3, 2009. Svartholm, Sunde, Neij and Carl Lundstrom have been charged by a Swe

From Tech Nov 05

Pirate Bay Co-Founder Fredrik Neij Fails To Beat 5-Year Statute Of Limitation With Arrest At Thai-Laos Border

A film about The Pirate Bay founders shot in 2010 quoted co-founder Fredrik Neij as saying that the statute of limitation is five years. He made the statement after their first appeal of a Swedish court decision that found them guilty of sharing 33 video files protected by copyright laws and causing $5 million damage to the owners of the intellectual properties.