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  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 7.25.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com With all the wars and rumors of wars in the world, are we headed for some massive East versus West confrontation?  Let’s tie it all together and start in Ukraine. There are new allegations from the U.S. State Department about Russia actually shooting into Ukraine from the Russian side of the […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap- […]
  • Germany Secretly Planning on Joining BRICS-Jim Willie
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Financial newsletter writer Jim Willie says no matter who shot down the Malaysian commercial jet over Ukraine recently, there is going to be massive fallout.  Willie contends, “Here’s the big, big consequence.  The U.S. is basically telling Europe you have two choices here.  Join us with the war against Russia.  Join […]Rela […]
  • The Chaos is Planned-Rob Kirby
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Derivatives and gold expert Rob Kirby contends financial markets are controlled by the U.S. Treasury.  For example, Kirby contends, “The Interest rate derivative trade means the U.S. Treasury can make banks captive buyers of any amount of U.S. government debt it wants to issue–literally any amount.”  Kirby goes on to say, “Th […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 7.18.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   Only three stories in the Weekly News Wrap-Up, but they all have something in common.  They all will have cascading effects that will go on for some time to come.  First up, the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 over Eastern Ukraine.  Nearly 300 people are dead; and of that total, […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up […]
  • 2008 Meltdown Revisited-There’s No Solution-Egon von Greyerz
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Gold and financial expert, Egon von Greyerz, says buckle your seat belts–a replay of the 2008 financial crisis will “soon return.”  Greyerz contends, “What happened in 2008 was expected by us for quite a long time.  The solution of $25 trillion to save banks and financial markets was not a solution.  […]Related Posts:Will Fe […]
  • U.S. Economy-Plunge, Stagnation & Turning Down Anew-John Williams
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Economist John Williams says to forget about the so-called recovery.  What’s coming next is recession or worse.  Williams contends, “The fact that we saw a -2.9% contraction in the first quarter, in official reporting . . . you know the economy is in real bad shape.  It’s continued to the second […]Related Posts:Dollar on the […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 7.11.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  I warned last week about the kidnapping and murder of three Israelis and revenge killing of a Palestinian teen sparking violence in Israel.  My fear is now been confirmed with Hamas rocket attacks on various targets in Israel.  Israel is making counter attacks that have claimed the lives of dozens in […]Related Posts:Weekly […]
  • Islamic State-Loose Artillery Shell on the Deck of the Ship of History-James Howard Kunstler
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Veteran journalist and author, James Howard Kunstler, is worried about the violence heating up in the Middle East–especially Saudi Arabia.  Kunstler says, “Saudi Arabia is between a rock and a hard place, or should I say Iraq and a hard place.  Both sides that are now contending in Iraq, the Shiite […]Related Posts:Reality […]
  • Money Bubble Will Pop-John Rubino
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  John Rubino, author of the new book “The Money Bubble,” can sum up the ongoing global financial problems in a single phrase: “There is too much debt.” Rubino goes on to say, “Debt works the same way for a country as it works for an individual or a family, which is […]Related Posts:Bond Market Bubble in Search of a Pin-Doug C […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 7.4.14
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Happy Fourth of July weekend everyone!  Well, the fireworks went off all over the place, and I am talking about real war.  The al-Qaeda linked terror army operating in Syria and Iraq, called ISIS or ISIL, has declared a new Islamic State.  It covers land taken by them in recent fighting […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 7 […]
  • Art Cashin Warns Of Terrifying Black Swan & The Banking Crisis
    Today 50-year veteran Art Cashin, who is Director of Floor Operations at UBS ($650 billion under management), warned King World News about a terrifying black swan, at least from the U.S. perspective, and also warned that the European banking crisis will see many more banks in dire trouble before the crisis ends. He also discussed his biggest worries going fo […]
  • 4 Astonishing Charts Show Gold May Finally Be Set To Soar
    Today King World News is featuring a piece by a man whose recently released masterpiece has been praised around the world, and also recognized as some of the most unique work in the gold market. Below is the latest exclusive KWN piece by Ronald-Peter Stoferle of Incrementum AG out of Liechtenstein. […]
  • Maguire - “Criminal” CME Colluded To Save Banks Short Gold
    Today London metals trader Andrew Maguire accused the CME of being a “criminal” organization and for working in collusion with the bullion banks, who were dangerously offside recently on their massive short bets in gold, to facilitate the downside move in the gold market. Below is what London metals trader Andrew Maguire had to say in Part I of a series of i […]
  • Billionaire Hugo Salinas Price - Elites Plan to Control Humanity
    Today KWN is featuring an interview with multi-billionaire Hugo Salinas Price where he told King World News in stunning detail what he believes to be the frightening plan to “control the world” going forward.  He described this as a “very disturbing fact that is facing humanity.” Here is how he detailed the horrifying situation in May of 2012: “Eric, the pro […]
  • Marc Faber, Gold, Silver & The Horrific Endgame For Markets
    Today an outspoken hedge fund manager out of Hong Kong spoke with King World News about Marc FAber, gold, silver, and the horrific endgame for global markets. William Kaye, who 25 years ago worked for Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitions, also discussed sovereign bids in the gold market as well as what the bullion banks are up to both gold and silver. […]
  • No. 645: June Durable Goods Orders, New-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Despite Durable Goods Orders Turning Lower Year-to-Year, General Pattern Showed Ongoing Stagnation • In Context of Sharp Downside Revisions to Prior Months, June 2014 New-Homes Sales Fell Month-to-Month, Quarter-to-Quarter and Year-to-Year […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Wednesday, July 30, 2014 GDP GDP Annual Benchmark Rev 2q2014 Adv. Estimate 07/30/2014 […]
  • No. 644: Pending GDP Reporting and Revisions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Unhappy Surprises in Pending GDP Numbers • Look for Downside Revisions to GDP Growth of Recent Years, Including First-Quarter 2014 • Initial Estimate of Second-Quarter GDP Growth Should Surprise Market Expectations Sharply on the Downside • Headline Second-Quarter Contraction Likely by September 26th Revision […]
  • No. 643: June CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Quarterly Consumer Inflation of 3.0% at Three-Year High • Inflation Wiped Out Headline Gain in June Retail Sales • Real Earnings Fell for Third Straight Month • June Annual Inflation: 2.1% (CPI-U), 2.0% (CPI-W), 9.8% (ShadowStats) • Existing-Home Sales Fell Year-to-Year for 8th Straight Month • Negative Surprises Likely in Next […]
  • No. 642: June Housing Starts
    (SGS Subscription required) • Second-Quarter 2014 Housing Starts Fell Below Fourth-Quarter Activity, With a June Contraction and Downside Revisions to April and May […]
  • Commentaries News
    The Next Regular Commentary: is scheduled for Wednesday, July 30th, covering the initial reporting of second-quarter 2014 GDP and the annual GDP benchmark revisions, followed by a Commentary on Friday, August 1st, covering July employment and unemployment data and June construction spending. For detail on pending economic releases, see the schedule. (LAST [. […]
  • No. 641: June Industrial Production, Producer Price Index
    (SGS Subscription required) • Shifting Production Detail Indicated Still Weaker First-Quarter GDP, Suggested Slowing Second-Quarter Inventory Growth (a GDP Negative) • Volatile PPI Resumed Upswing in Inflation Reporting […]
  • No. 640: June Retail Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Net of Inflation, Headline Real June Retail Sales Likely Contracted • Although Real Retail Sales Appear to Have Gained in Second Quarter; Contracting Second-Quarter GDP Outlook Remains Intact […]
  • No. 639: Review of the Deepening Economic and Pending U.S. Dollar and HyperinflationCrises
    (SGS Subscription required) • Outlook Continues for Massive U.S. Dollar Sell-Off, Pending Hyperinflation • U.S. Economy on Track for Downside Shocks that Could Roil Markets and Provide Political Cover for Reinvigorated Quantitative Easing • Fed Has Monetized 76% of Net Issuance of Publicly Held Treasury Debt, Since January 2013 Expansion of QE3; Pace of Fed […]
  • No. 638: June Labor Data, May Trade Deficit, Construction and Median Household Income
    (SGS Subscription required) • Payroll Gains Were Bloated by Seasonal-Factor Shenanigans; Unemployment Numbers Remained Inconsistent, Not Comparable Month-to-Month • June Unemployment: 6.1% (U.3), 12.1% (U.6), 23.1% (ShadowStats) • Economy Remains in Serious Trouble • Trade Deficit Should Hammer Second-Quarter 2014 GDP, Subtracting In Excess of 1.0% from Init […]

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These are the faces of the men and women who have died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Veterans Today

  • AEGIS Onshore Near Ukraine, Too Near
    The only land-based Aegis anti-aircraft/missile system in existence (in New Jersey) is being taken apart, packed into 60 large (40 foot) shipping containers and sent to Romania where Aegis will be put back together and be operational some time in 2015 as an anti-missile system. The U.S. is building two more ground-based Aegis systems; one in Poland and one i […]
  • MH17 and America’s Deceitful Game
    America claims “evidence is being tampered with.” Who would know better than America? After 9/11, the evidence, not just the dirt itself, enriched with uranium and plutonium, taken to a landfill, but the scant remains of the twin towers, sold to China, never to be examined but in passing.
  • White House ‘leak’: Ukraine did it
    In an article today by Robert Parry in Consortium News, an intelligence source we know to be a ranking White House official told Parry the US is sitting on satellite imagery depicting Ukrainian forces shooting down MH17.
  • Running out of time: Will the US attack the US again?
    RUNNING OUT OF TIME: Will the US attack the US again?   By Dennis Cimino   As the United States collapses financially, and the dollar declines, is another massive FALSE FLAG self-inflicted wound imminent?   It is painfully clear that the United States Government is rapidly running out of time with regard to the rapid implosion […]
  • NEO – EU Association Agreements – Why Bother?
    - Calling the EU a democracy is like putting on a Halloween mask and claiming to be whatever you want, if you are scary enough to get away with it.
  • Veterans Benefits Fair to be Held July 31 in Adams
    The Tomah Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center will team up with Adams County Veterans Service office to host a Veterans Benefits Fair on July 31, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., at 569 North Cedar Street in Adams-Friendship, Wis.
  • US politicians behind Veterans Affairs corruption
    - "Because it’s a mess, the managers start having to look for ways where they can hide the problems and end up cooking the books."
  • Gaza Carnage – Who is enjoying it?
    - “We cannot forgive them for forcing us to kill their children.” - former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir.
  • Damn You. It Is the Occupation. Stupid.
    With exceptions of the leadership in Washington, London, Berlin, Paris and Moscow, any stupid idiot imbecile with an IQ of minus 1 can tell you it is the Israeli Occupation that is the main reason for the Arab Israeli conflict.
  • The Real Jihad is in Palestine
    - "The doyens of fourth generation warfare have steered the concept of "jihad" away from its traditional Islamic just-war-doctrine foundations."
  • The Propaganda and Politics of MH17
    The downing of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 (MH17) is a tragedy that will be remembered for years to come. However, the way in which the West has distorted the facts about what happened is no mere accident. Rather, it is a clear attempt by Washington and its allies and proxies to capitalize on the incident, […]
  • Death of Eduard Shevardnadze: the “Player” Who Played Them All
    The death of former Georgian president Eduard Shevardnadze, which was announced on 7th July, will have a profound effect on Georgia’s political culture. He hadn’t been in power for a long time, but as long as he remained a living embodiment of his particular gifts Georgians were powerless to move beyond them, regardless of their […]
  • Why Japan’s Rearmament Might Not Matter
    Acrimony and elation erupted on opposing sides of a growing geopolitical rift in the Pacific following Japan’s decision to sidestep its constitution and seek a more aggressive global posture.  AP reported that, “Japan’s Cabinet on Tuesday approved a reinterpretation of the country’s pacifist postwar constitution that will allow the military to help defend al […]
  • Kurds have intitated the separation process in Iraq
    On July 3 the President of Iraqi Kurdistan Region Massoud Barzani proposed the local parliament to hold a referendum on the separation of the Region from Iraq. A vast majority of deputies must support this motion since it coincides with the Kurdish national idea of and an old dream of them being able to create […]
  • An unprecedented level of anti-Semitism in South Korea?
    Similar headlines described reactions to the May issue of the Japanese magazine The Diplomat which contained an article with what seemed like devastating information – 53% of the South Korean population is anti-Semitic! This is shown in the survey titled ADL Global 100: An Index of Anti-Semitism conducted by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), an American […]
  • Malaysian Aircraft Incident: Every US War Starts With A Lie
    The US news media is buzzing about the Malayasian airline which was downed from the sky in Ukraine. Some questions are being raised. Some are asking “Why did Ukrainian air traffic controllers not stop the flight from passing through the troubled region?” Others are asking “What motivations could Putin or the resistance fighters possibly have […]
  • A New Stage In The Development Of The Eastern Section Of Russian Railways
    A few days ago President Vladimir Putin attended a ceremony to mark the commencement of work on the modernization of the Trans-Siberian railway where he laid a “silver spike” to a section of railway on the line extending from Taksimo to Lodye. It was meant to symbolize the start of construction of the new railway […]
  • Organized crime’s next big project: renewable energy
    International organized crime has long since taken an interest in investing its funds in legitimate business, including in the most forward-looking: the environment and its resources. A few years ago, environmental crimes mostly consisted of toxic waste dumping, illegal logging or violating environmental legislation. But today, the “green energy” sector has […]
  • Yemen: A handful of Special Interests
    The percentage of Americans who have heard of Yemen is undoubtedly small. Still fewer could locate it on a map. Still fewer have even an inkling of its current political issues. Reality shows that civil unrest and insurrection has been happening in the north of that country since 2004, meaning there has basically been war […]
  • Baloney on the pitch
    In one of our previous articles about North Korea, we mentioned the so-called “Stonefish Rule” which dictates that any crazy thing that you write will be accepted as truth if it is written about North Korea. We offer another story that proves this rule. On July 11, 2014, on the eve of the FIFA World […]
  • Netanyahu imperils Israel’s future: Zbig
    US foreign policy guru Zbigniew Brzezinski says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is isolating Israel and “endangering its longer-range future” by attacking the Gaza Strip. […]
  • June jobless rate hits record in France
    The unemployment rate in France hit a new high in the month of June, as the European country’s economy continues to struggle.
  • Cameroon jails Boko Haram militants
    A military court in Cameroon has sentenced 14 Boko Haram Takfiri militants to a maximum of 20 years imprisonment.
  • German pilots slam flights to Israel
    German pilots’ trade union Cockpit has slammed a decision by Lufthansa to resume flights to Tel Aviv.
  • Iran, Iceland keen to expand econ. ties
    Officials from Iran and Iceland have underscored the need for promotion of bilateral economic relations between the two countries.
  • Bedtime light may cut cancer drug effect
    Researchers have unveiled that sleeping in a bedroom with even low levels of light could stop breast cancer drugs from working.
  • ‘ISIL militants no threat to Iran’
    Iran's Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan says the ISIL terrorists pose no threat to the Islamic Republic.
  • Obama's Ukrainian ploy collapses
    The Ukrainian leadership has resigned, because of their unwillingness to impose the IMF's terms, which would impoverish the population within months. That impoverishment would be extracted from the Ukrainian public in order to repay the IMF's loans, which had been skimmed off by Ukraine's oligarch billionaires into secret bank accounts in Swit […]
  • Hamas didn’t abduct settlers: Israel
    After three weeks of Israel’s bloody war on Gaza mainly under the pretext of alleged abduction of three Israeli teenagers by Hamas, the Israeli police have acknowledged that the kidnappers were not acting under the orders of the resistance movement. […]
  • 2 more Israeli soldiers killed in Gaza
    The Israeli military has confirmed the death of two more of its soldiers engaged in the offensive against the Gaza Strip, taking the official toll to 37.
  • If Americans Knew What Was Happening In Israel …
    If my fellow Americans understood the history of Israel and Palestine, their views would change overnight … and they would demand that Israel no longer be given unconditional support and blank checks to do whatever they want: America is the Only Country with a Favorable View of Israel Israel Losing Support from Its Biggest Ally: American Evangelical Christia […]
  • ObamaFraud: GAO Study Finds Almost All Fake Applicants Are Approved For Subsidized ObamaCare
    Submitted by Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg ObamaFraud: GAO Study Finds Almost All Fake Applicants are Approved for Subsidized ObamaCare Although it hasn’t been a focus for a while, the incompetent disaster that has been the ObamaCare rollout has been well documented on this site. Here are just a few posts on the subject: The Obama Administration is F […]
  • Economic Laws Are Not Optional
    Submitted by Monty Pelerin of Economic Noise blog, Economic laws are not optional. They are like the laws of physics - inexorable!   Economic laws are less precise in terms of their timing and effects, only because they deal with human behavior rather than physical particles. Human beings alter their behavior to cope with changing conditions. Particles do no […]
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  • But Wait, There Are A Few Differences Between Amazon and the US Postal Service
    Wolf Richter   www.wolfstreet.com   www.amazon.com/author/wolfrichter When Amazon reported second quarter earnings, or rather losses, it surprised no one, though some people were surprised that it lost that much ($126 million). To make us feel better about those losses, and to be able to beat analysts’ expectations later, it preannounced losses between $410 […]
  • Gold Trends: 2014 & Beyond
    Along with Incrementum's 94-page extravaganza on gold, this infographic, the final in our 2014 Gold Series (part 1, part 2, part 3, & part 4 here) looks to the future, covering gold trends that investors should be watching through the rest of the year and beyond. With input from some of the most important names in gold such as Brent Cook, Doug Casey […]
  • Settlements and Fines from TBTF Institutions Since the Crisis
    Let's take a look at the amount of settlements/fines from various banks and financial institutions around the world since the crisis. There are probably a lot of settlements/fines I have missed, frankly the amount below is already staggering, so this is a very rough estimate. Some perspective, most of these individual banks have now paid more in fines t […]
  • De-Dollarization Spreads: Swiss & Chinese Central Banks Enter Swap Agreement
    Submitted by Martin Armstrong via Armstrong Economics, The Swiss National Bank and the People’s Bank of China reached a currency swap agreement this week. While this is not a huge trend changer in the near-term, it demonstrates that our forecast for China to become the largest economy and to be the next financial capital of the world when Europe and the USA […]
  • Company In Which Joe Biden's Son Is Director Prepares To Drill Shale Gas In East Ukraine
    Recall what we said earlier today: the proxy Ukraine war just like that in Syria preceding it, "is all about energy." Recall also the following chart showing Ukraine's shale gas deposits, keeping in mind that the Dnieper-Donets basin which lies in the hotly contested eastern part of the nation and where as everyone knows by now a bloody civil […]
  • Ebola Victim On The Run In West Africa Capital
    It's gone from bad (Mapping Africa's "Totally Out Of Control" Ebola Epidemic)  to worse, (Head Doctor Fighting Africa's "Out Of Control" Ebola Epidemic Contracts The Virus), to much worse (Liberian Man Tested For Ebola In World's Fourth Most Populous City), to having run out of comparaitves - although we are leery of u […]
  • MERS may have mutated to airborne agent
    July 2014 – SAUDI ARABIA – Genetic fragments of the deadly MERS virus were detected in the air of a barn where an infected camel was kept, a new study says. The findings show the need for further studies to … Continue reading →
  • Earthquakes are rising in Oklahoma: 2,300 tremors reported since January
    July 2014 – OKLAHOMA - Earthquakes used to be rare in Oklahoma, a handful per year or so. Not anymore. So far this year, the state has experienced some 2,300 earthquakes, according to the Oklahoma Geological Survey, an average of … Continue reading →
  • Earthquakes are increasing in the UK: highest level in a decade
    July 2014 – UNITED KINGDOM – New figures show the number of earthquakes recorded in the UK is increasing. The highest level of detections in the last decade is set to be registered for 2014, with 100 earthquakes already recorded … Continue reading →
  • This year’s mayfly hatch resembles something of biblical proportions
    July 2014 – WISCONSIN – This year’s mayfly hatch in the Mississippi River reached Biblical proportions. The mayfly emergence is an annual event in which mayflies leave the Mississippi River after one or two years of incubation. The flies live … Continue reading →
  • Typhoon Rammasun kills more than 100 in China and Philippines
    July 2014 – CHINA – The strongest typhoon to hit southern China in four decades has killed at least 16 people in the region after leaving scores dead in the Philippines. Strong winds and rain from Super Typhoon Rammasun hit … Continue reading →
  • Why cold-blooded animals don’t need to wrap up to keep warm
    By Anwesha Ghosh, University of Rochester Animals have evolved to occupy almost all corners of the Earth. To survive, no matter the weather outside, they all need temperature-sensitive bodily reactions to work. This is easy for warm-blooded animals, such as humans, because they have the ability to... […]
  • The mystery guide to The Beastie Boys’ ‘Paul’s Boutique’
    Twenty-five years ago today, the Beastie Boys released what then appeared to be a hitless sophomore-slump album: Paul’s Boutique. […]
  • Male circumcision lowers HIV risk for women, world AIDS forum told
    A campaign to promote male circumcision to prevent AIDS infection also indirectly benefits women by reducing their risk of contracting the HIV virus, according to a study presented at the world AIDS forum Friday. In a South African community where large numbers of men had been circumcised, women... […]
  • Divorce sheds light on Michael Moore’s wealth
    Oscar-winning director Michael Moore, famous for documentaries challenging capitalism, has divorced his wife of 22 years following a civil court proceeding in Michigan that drew attention to his wealth. “‘Kathleen and Michael have mutually and amicably reached a divorce... […]
  • Breathe deeply, it is safe to go on a plane, travellers told
    After three major air disasters in one week, with planes coming down in Ukraine, Taiwan and then Mali without a single survivor, passengers can be forgiven for feeling a little pang of panic boarding their flights. Waiting to check in at Paris’s Charles De Gaulle airport on Friday, Thai... […]
  • Hopes grow for Pope Francis visit to US in 2015
    Hopes grew Friday that Pope Francis will pay his first-ever papal visit to the United States in 2015 after a senior cleric said he’d be attending a major Catholic event in Philadelphia. Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput, speaking to Native American Catholics in North Dakota, said the... […]
  • Congress decriminalizes cellphone unlocking
    US consumers will be allowed to unlock their cellphones and move them to a new carrier under a measure adopted Friday to fix a perceived glitch in copyright law. The House of Representatives approved the bill unanimously one week after it passed the Senate, sending the legislation to President... […]
  • Gaza 12-hour humanitarian ceasefire truce begins
    A 12-hour ceasefire entered into force between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip at 0500 GMT on Saturday, the 19th day of a conflict that has killed hundreds. Israel and the Islamist movement said they would observe the temporary ceasefire, after US Secretary of State John Kerry was unable to... […]
  • FBI investigates Ford engineer after listening devices found in company meeting rooms
    A former Ford Motor Co engineer is being investigated by the FBI after listening devices were found in meeting rooms at company offices, the automaker said on Friday. “Ford and the FBI are working together on a joint investigation involving a former employee,” Ford spokeswoman Susan... […]
  • Suspended California lawmaker Leland Yee faces new conspiracy charges
    A federal grand jury has returned conspiracy charges against California State Senator Leland Yee, adding to the suspended lawmaker’s legal woes after he was indicted earlier this year for corruption and taking part in a scheme to traffic guns. Yee, 65, is one of three California state... […]
  • Lead-lined glove tied to New Mexico radiation leak: lawmaker
    A radiation leak that indefinitely shut down a nuclear waste dump in New Mexico was likely caused by a container of radioactive materials improperly packaged with a lead-lined glove at Los Alamos National Laboratory, a state lawmaker said on Friday. The glove is the latest clue in the mysterious... […]
  • Former World Wrestling Entertainment champ Daniel Bryan nabs suspected burglar in Arizona
    A hapless burglar in Arizona learned a hard lesson when he broke into the Phoenix home of former World Wrestling Entertainment heavyweight champion Daniel Bryan, police said on Friday. Bryan, 33, was returning home with his wife late on Thursday when he saw two suspects running out of a rear door,... […]
  • US military asked to help fight wildfires in the West
    Wildfire managers have turned to the U.S. Department of Defense for immediate access to two military C-130 aircraft retrofitted to carry retardant, boosting their forces to face the largest blaze in Washington state history. The U.S. Forest Service has its own fleet of more than 20 air tankers, but... […]
  • State judge strikes down Florida’s gay marriage ban, stays ruling
    A state judge struck down Florida’s gay marriage ban on Friday in the latest in a string of legal gay-rights victories that have nonetheless been put on hold for resolution by higher courts. Circuit Court Judge Sarah Zabel in Miami-Dade County said Florida’s ban violated the... […]
  • Alaska Supreme Court says same-sex couples entitled to death benefits
    Same-sex couples in Alaska should be eligible to receive death benefits when a partner dies despite a state ban on gay marriage, the Alaska Supreme Court ruled on Friday in its second decision in four months to favor granting benefits to gay couples. In ruling that a 1998 amendment to the state... […]
  • Shipwreck excavation may explain 349-year-old mystery of how warship blew itself up
    Cotswold Archaeology and local divers hope to solve mystery of how the warship London sank off the Southend coast A major underwater rescue excavation is being mounted this summer by English Heritage to solve a 349-year-old mystery: how warship the London managed to blow itself up without firing a... […]
  • French mayor ditches anti-gay marriage stance to preside at son’s wedding
    Raymond Bardet, mayor of Haute Savoie village of Ville-la-Grande, says he made exception for son, but ‘it won’t happen again’ For mayor Raymond Bardet, a vehement opponent of same-sex marriage, the question pitted parental love against principle. However, when asked to officiate... […]
  • First case of ebola death reported in Africa’s most populous city of Lagos
    Death marks new and alarming cross-border development in world’s biggest epidemic spreading across three countries A man has died of ebola in Lagos, the first confirmed case of the highly contagious and deadly virus in Africa’s most populous metropolis. Patrick Sawyer, a 40-year-old... […]
  • Sigourney Weaver hankering for fifth instalment of Alien saga
    The actor has hinted at the possibility of a final outing as Ellen Ripley after reiterating her view that the Alien story is unresolved Although the second half of the Alien ”quadrilogy” is remembered with mixed feelings by fans of the Ridley Scott and James Cameron movies, it seems the... […]
  • Central American leaders meet Barack Obama to criticize US border policy
    Presidents of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador say combination of US policies is seriously harming their countries Three Central American leaders met President Obama on Friday to tell him that billions of dollars poured into attempting to prevent migrant children crossing the US border would be... […]

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