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Georgia Set To Execute Female Inmate Tonight

Posted On March 02, 2015

(Jackson, GA) -- Georgia is expected to execute their only female inmate tonight. Kelly Gissendaner was supposed to die by lethal injection last Wednesday, but a snow storm forced corrections officials to postpone it until today. She was convicted of plotting her husband's murder in February of 1997. The U.S. Supreme Court has already rejected…

Veteran Maryland Senator Won’t Seek Re-Election

Posted On March 02, 2015

(Baltimore, MD) -- Veteran Senator Barbara Mikulski will not seek re-election.   The Maryland Democrat has served longer than any other woman in congressional history. In a news briefing, Mikulski said her career has been guided by a passion for public service. She added, "We're all in this together." Mikulski is a former chairwoman of…

Google Announces Plans To Provide Wireless Service

Posted On March 02, 2015

(Undated) -- Google is going to try its hand at becoming a wireless provider. The tech giant announced today it would take on U.S. carriers by selling its own wireless service and Internet access to mobile users. The initiative will start small, similar to Google's fiber broadband project. As part of the project, the company…

Nasdaq Breaks 5,000 For First Time In 15 Years

Posted On March 02, 2015

(New York, NY) -- The Nasdaq is soaring today, eclipsing five-thousand for the first time in 15 years. The tech-heavy market index broke that mark briefly this morning before slipping just below it to 49-92. The Nasdaq is still belows its all time record of 50-48, but market experts say it's poised to rise even…

Netanyahu Plays Down Tensions

Posted On March 02, 2015

(Washington, DC) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is playing down tensions with the U.S.   Speaking to AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Netanyahu said the Israeli-American alliance is stronger than ever. Netanyahu has been harshly critical of the U.S.-led nuclear negotiations with Iran. He warned that the talks will lead to a…