SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – A high level North Korean defector, Jun Yi, spoke out yesterday at the UN describing previously unknown facets of Kim’s personal life, such as his affinity for Yoplait with granola and many more disturbing details. Yi, age 46, a party leader, first tried to defect from North Korea in 2009 under the guise of “making a quick run to Target,” but was told to “come up with a better one, we just went shopping.” Years later, Yi and his family found their lucky break when Kim was low on groceries and they made their escape. When they…
This Earth Day we want to make sure we are doing the most we can to help out!
Protest in Minneapolis pushes for organic, vegan, free range, and GMO-free options at homeless shelters
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A big announcement from NASA; Exciting news laced with bad news
MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA — Facebook has announced today that is it launching a joint effort with The American Red Cross to figure out how to convert likes on Facebook into food to send to impoverished people across the globe. According to the social media giant, most people care enough to like photos of starving children, but don’t want to be inconvenienced by having to find their wallet to donate to the Red Cross and other organizations. Mark Zuckerberg sat down with APR’s Chief Poverty Correspondent Bryan Graff and told us more about the initiative: “At Facebook, we strive to do the…