What Has Happened To Article Chase?

Article Chase is currently under reconstruction.

Due to a fatal failure within our database Article Chase is being reconstructed. We apologize to any of our partners, former authors, advertisers, users and visitors for any loss of articles, links and content.

The database failure is something that was completely beyond our control, every attempt possible to restore Article Chase to the Websites former state has been made but unfortunately before we could download the last backup from the server the database had already failed.

Laptop PC WIFI Signal Keeps Dropping Or Stopping Working - Fixed

If like myself you have been having a problem with intermittent dropping of your WIFI signal on your laptop or PC, then I could have a fix for you.

This seems to be a universal solution for most laptops and PC's that are having a problem with the WIFI signal stopping working or stop starting intermittently every 5 to 20 minutes.

ABC News: In Shift, White House Calls ISIS Fight A ‘War’

(Credit: Evan Vucci/AP Photo)

(Credit: Evan Vucci/AP Photo)

One day after denying the U.S. is engaged in “a war” against ISIS militants, the White House today said a war is in fact underway, indicating it’s an extension of the ongoing campaign against Islamic extremists.

“The United States is at war with ISIL in the same way we are at war with al Qaeda and its affiliates,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest told reporters today.

“Sematics matter,” he added.

The Local - Germany: Police throw book at Shariah vigilantes

Photo: Sharia Police/Facebook

Photo: Sharia Police/Facebook

Authorities in Wuppertal are cracking down on conservative young Islamists who have mounted 'police' patrols by drinking and gambling venues in the Ruhr city, officials said on Friday.

Charges of unlawful assembly and use of uniform in public were brought against 11 members of a group trying to enforce aspects of strict Islamic Sharia law in the North Rhine-Westphalia city, a spokeswoman for the Wuppertal police told The Local.

BBC News: Royal baby: Prince William and Kate expecting second child


The Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant with her second child, Clarence House has confirmed.

ensington Palace said the Queen and members of both families were delighted with the news.

The palace said that - as when she was pregnant with Prince George - the duchess was suffering from very acute morning sickness and was being treated by doctors at Kensington Palace.

The baby will become fourth in line to the throne, moving Prince Harry further down the line of succession.

Early announcement

Source Security: Should video of public places be made available to the public?

If a video surveillance system is installed using public funds, should the resulting video therefore be accessible to the public?

A poll in the United Kingdom suggests the majority of Britons think it should. 64 percent of 1,345 people surveyed believe that British taxpayers, who pay for cameras placed in public places, should have access to the video feeds through live web streaming. The survey was conducted by installer CCTV.co.uk.


Subscribe to Article Chase RSS