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  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 7.25.14
    By Greg Hunter’s 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  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 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   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  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 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  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  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  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  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 […]
  • Maguire: Hundreds Of Tons Of Gold Bought By East In 14 Days
    London metals trader Andrew Maguire told King World news that hundreds of tons of physical gold was bought by Eastern nations in just the last 14 days. Below is what London metals trader Andrew Maguire had to say in Part II of a series of interviews that has now been released on KWN. […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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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  • Notes on MH17 and Russian Satellite Imagery
    Reporting on MH17 has become childish, irresponsible and many have actually decided to invent wild stories even worse than the government/AIPAC lies. Some such stories are on Veterans Today, stories totally unresearched, stories that are groundless and based on speculation and bad brain chemistry. Such stories push our editorial limits as they are no more th […]
  • What is Democracy?
    By Marilyn M. Barnewall – Global Financial Affairs Editor “Democracy must be something more than two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner.” –James Bovard, Civil Libertarian (1994)   Our founding fathers gave us a Constitutional Republic, not a Democracy. The following story explains just what brilliant men they were to […]
  • Stranglehold on America
    Exposing and Ending the Zionist Occupation and Stranglehold on America   by  Preston James   America is now held captive in a Zionist stranglehold in what has appeared to be an ever tightening grip. Banking, Congress, Politicians and most Elected Officials, and also most USG officials in general are under the near complete control of […]
  • Gaza – A Living Hell with no Escape
    It is apparent that this in your face illegal Israeli land grab must be turned from a stumbling block into a stepping stone toward world peace before the Palestinians are completely eradicated ~ which appears to be the long term goal of the Israeli Zionists.
  • Netanyahu wins Larry Silverstein award for chutzpah
    The murderer is trying to blame his murders on the victims. Now THAT'S chutzpah.
  • West ignores humanitarian crisis in east Ukraine
    - "The international response to the Gaza slaughter is a total failure. These attacks on the civilians are perpetrated as a mass punishment, a disgrace to all Jews."
  • Oh What A Week That Was
    - "Was talking to Jim Dean tonight, nothing unusual there. Back when Jack was president and some of us were a bit younger, we actually were a free country."
  • Operation Security Bottom
    Butt-Plug was their answer. “The Jewish homeland needs to seal its bottom and there is only one cheap method to do so” said Yossef Pillowbiter.
  • Uri Avnery – God Forbid Israel Talk to Gaza
    - Uri..."Neither the Israelis nor the Palestiaians have a strategy other than terrorizing the civilian population of the other side."
  • Britain Dies of Shame
    Today in London crowds are gathering to vent their anger in a mass demonstration and march to Parliament to “stop the massacre in Gaza” and call for an arms embargo against Israel.
  • Libya’s Destruction a Warning to Egypt, Syria, & Ukraine
    RT’s article, “90% of aircraft destroyed at Tripoli airport, Libya may seek international assistance,” reported that: Libya is considering a deployment of international force to re-establish security amid a flare-up of violence in Tripoli which saw dozens of rockets destroy most of the civilian aircraft fleet at its international airport. “The government is […]
  • Emerging Twists in Saudi-Iran Relations and the US Geo-Politics
    Nowhere do geo-political upheavals take place so surprisingly as in the Middle East, and nowhere do ‘enemies’ become ‘friends’ overnight and vice versa. No wonder, the Middle East is the most volatile region in the world not only in terms of the deeply immersed conflicts but also in terms of the rapidity with which relations […]
  • 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 […]
  • ‘Israel continues crimes with impunity’
    Israel goes ahead with its ethnic cleansing scenario across the occupied Palestinian territories as the regime is confident that it will not be prosecuted by the international community over its atrocities, a political activist tells Press TV.
  • 'US government taken over by big banks'
    A former American intelligence official says big banks have taken over the US government, making it almost impossible to observe democracy in the country. […]
  • Ex-officials demand to see CIA report
    Former top officials at the CIA want to make sure that they get a chance to see an upcoming report about the spy agency’s “enhanced interrogation techniques,” according to new reports on Saturday.
  • ‘Ukraine crisis NATO policy outcome’
    A political analyst has told Press TV that the crisis in Ukraine is the consequence of the expansionist policies of NATO in Eastern Europe.
  • Gaza rockets reach deeper into Israel
    Rockets fired by Palestinian resistance fighters from the Gaza Strip in retaliation for the Israeli regime’s military strikes against the besieged coastal sliver have reached deeper into Israel.
  • Another Israeli soldier killed in Gaza war
    At least one more Israeli soldier has been killed near the Gaza Strip after members of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas fired a mortar shell in retaliation against the Tel Aviv regime’s relentless attacks against the blockaded coastal sliver.
  • 35 killed in attacks across Afghanistan
    At least 35 people, including Taliban militants, have been killed in separate attacks across Afghanistan, officials say.
  • ‘UK NHS redundancy payouts hit £1.6bn’
    The cost of the redundancy payments to National Health Service managers in the UK has hit almost 1.6 billion pounds since Prime Minister David Cameron’s coalition government came to power, a report says.
  • Ukraine soldiers refuse to fight ‘own ppl’
    Dozens of Ukrainian soldiers have laid down their weapons and crossed into Russia’s Rostov region, saying they refuse to fight against their own people, Russian officials say.
  • 157 refugees arrive in Australia mainland
    A group of 157 asylum seekers held at sea for a month have arrived on the Australian mainland, reports say.
  • America's Lost Decade: Typical Household Wealth Has Plunged 36% Since 2003
    Does it feel like you're poorer? There is a simple reason why - you are! According to a new study by the Russell Sage Foundation, the inflation-adjusted net worth for the typical household was $87,992 in 2003. Ten years later, it was only $56,335, or a 36% decline... Welcome to America's Lost Decade.   Simply put, the NY Times notes, it’s not merel […]
  • Has Fractional-Reserve Banking Really Passed the Market Test?
    Submitted by World Dollar Has Fractional-Reserve Banking Really Passed the Market Test? In 2003, Jörg Guido Hülsmann, a senior fellow of the Mises Institute, published the essay “Has Fractional-Reserve Banking Really Passed the Market Test?” in a Winter edition of The Independent Review. The key conclusion drawn was that it is the obfuscation of the differen […]
  • Summarizing The President's Busy Weekend
    Perhaps the NYT was on to something when even the most liberal of media outlets finally came out against the president's recreational plans as reported in "A "Tone-Deaf" Obama Mocked By The NYT For Vacationing While The World Burns." The latest case in point: Pres Obama playing golf this afternoon at Congressional Country Club. It […]
  • "London Fix" Gold Rigging By Bullion Bank Exposed In Class Action Lawsuit: The Complete Charts
    Some interesting news crossed the tape late afternoon yesterday when it was reported that the silver bullion banks (Deutsche Bank, Bank of Nova Scotia and HSBC) were sued for manipulating the silver fix in a class-action lawsuit. However, a closer look reveals that the plaintff in the lawsuit, J. Scott Nicholson, has a recurring bone to pick with the banks a […]
  • "It Can't Be A Bubble!"
    Submitted by Pater Tenebrarum of Acting-Man blog, It Can't Be A Bubble! Articles claiming that the current situation in financial markets does not deserve the epithet “bubble” are a dime a dozen – we come across several every week since at least late 2013. Before continuing, we should point out that there is a big difference between recognition of a bub […]
  • So You Want To Launder Money Out Of China?
    Better luck next time. For the implications of what the end of China's offshore money laundering scheme means, read "Did China Just Crush The US Housing Market?" […]
  • Indexation Is A Socialist Way Of Allocating Capital
    Authored by Charles Gave of Evergreen Gavekal, The role of financial markets is to evaluate in real time the marginal return on capital of different assets. This is done through a ‘price discovery mechanism’, with the ‘right price’ found out through a system of constant trial and error. To discover this price calls for a community of active money managers, e […]
  • How The NSA Is Actively Helping Saudi Arabia To Crackdown On Dissent
    Submitted by Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, It is not an exaggeration to say Saudi Arabia is one of the most oppressive, authoritarian regimes on the planet. Despite having been the main foreign instigator pushing for conflict in Syria, as well as its increasingly disturbing ties to the attacks on 9/11, it remains one of the U.S. government’s cl […]
  • Escaping The Rat-Race
    Submitted by Chris Martenson of PeakProsperity, authored by Charles Hugh Smith Escaping the Rat-Race The changing nature of work doesn’t just matter to new graduates seeking their first career-track job—it’s equally important to experienced workers seeking to escape the corporate rat-race or build a new career after a layoff. Those who understand these chang […]
  • Two Weeks After Upgrading Stocks, Goldman Downgrades Stocks
    Just two short weeks ago, when Goldman's head strategist David Kostin announced that on one hand the market's "stellar return borrowed heavily from the future" and "is now 30%-45% overvalued compared with the average since 1928", which "logically" led to Kostin's conclusion that "we lift our year-end 2014 S […]
  • Deadly Ebola virus reaches Nigeria – spreads to fourth country in Africa
    July 2014 – AFRICA - A Liberian man who was hospitalized in Nigeria’s biggest city, Lagos, with the Ebola virus has died, Nigerian Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu said. “The patient was subjected to thorough medical tests … which confirmed he … Continue reading →
  • Northern California neighborhoods inundated by rattlesnakes due to drought
    July 2014 – SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Rattlesnakes are moving closer to homes in Northern California, and one expert thinks the state’s drought is to blame, CBS Sacramento reports. Len Ramirez says this is one of the busiest years his rattlesnake … Continue reading →
  • River in China mysteriously turns blood-red overnight
    July 2014 – CHINA – Baffled locals who used to boast that they had one of the healthiest rivers in China because there were no factories along its banks were baffled when within the space of an hour the river … Continue reading →
  • Chinese officials seal off ‘plague’ city, puzzling US experts
    July 2014 – CHINA – A city in China has reportedly been sealed off after one resident died from bubonic plague, but this way of trying to contain the disease is puzzling to infectious disease experts, who say the response … Continue reading →
  • Earth tremor causes panic in parts of Accra, Ghana
    July 2014 – GHANA - An earth tremor hit parts of Accra on Thursday night with residents of Bortianor and neighboring communities confirming they felt the earth move. The Earth tremor which occurred around 8 pm lasted for about six … Continue reading →
  • Federal judge throws out DC ban on handguns as unconstitutional
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A federal judge on Saturday overturned Washington D.C.’s ban on carrying handguns outside the home, saying it was unconstitutional. “There is no longer any basis on which this Court can conclude that the District of Columbia’s total ban on the public... […]
  • New York Times Editorial Board: Congress should legalize marijuana now
    Comparing the United States 40-year-old ban on marijuana with Prohibition, which criminalized normally law-abiding citizens and gave rise to organized crime, the editorial board of the New York Times is calling for Congress to legalize marijuana immediately. In an editorial to be published in the... […]
  • Caught on tape: Santa Ana police officers under investigation for beating of robbery suspect
    The Santa Ana Police Department is investigating the misuse of force by officers arresting a burglary suspect after receiving video that was recorded by a homeowner’s surveillance camera. Police arrested Edgar Vargas Arzate, 27, on June 20, after chasing the suspect through backyards, over... […]
  • FL woman caught on video calling neighbor a ‘black f*cking n*gger’ insists she is not a racist
    A former Sarasota school bus driver, who is the star of a video filmed by her neighbors showing her calling one neighbor a ‘black f*cking n*gger,’ has told a WWSB reporter that she is not a racist. In the video, uploaded to YouTube and Facebook by her neighbors, Pamela Michener, 52, ... […]
  • Jihadists swarm Syria army base, post photos of beheaded soldiers
    Islamic State fighters have seized a Syrian army base in the northern province of Raqa, killing scores of troops and beheading some of them, a monitoring group said Saturday. But in the central Homs region, government forces recaptured Al-Shaar gas field, seized by IS a week before, the monitor and... […]
  • Raul Castro celebrates 61st anniversary of Cuban revolution
    Cuban President Raul Castro on Saturday officiated at a ceremony to mark the 61st anniversary of the guerrilla assault on the Moncada Barracks, widely regarded as the beginning of the Cuban Revolution. More than 100 rebels led by Fidel Castro attempted to storm the military facility at Moncada on... […]
  • Construction workers in Bolivia uncover mass grave containing hundreds of skeletons
    Construction workers in Bolivia have stumbled upon a mass grave with the remains of hundreds of likely indigenous miners during the Spanish colonial era, a researcher said Saturday. The workers found the remains this week as they started construction on a new building in the “El Minero”... […]
  • Nissan recalls over 200,000 cars due to faulty airbags
    Japanese carmaker Nissan said Saturday it was recalling 226,326 additional vehicles in the United States due to faulty airbags. The move brings the total number of vehicles recalled for this reason to 664,628, the company said in a statement, adding that the defective airbags were made by... […]
  • Jenny McCarthy apologizes: Hillary lesbian joke made me a ‘hypocrite’
    TV personality and anti-vaccination crusader Jenny McCarthy apologized this week for a joke she made on The View, inferring that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton might be a lesbian. In a column written for Splash, entitled ‘Anti-Gossip Girl,’ the former MTV game show host... […]
  • Obama asks Central American countries to work with him slowing tide of child migrants
    By Steve Holland and Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama urged the leaders of three Central American countries on Friday to work with him to stem the flow of child migrants who have surged across the U.S. border and warned that most of them would not be allowed to stay.... […]
  • Widow of NYC chokehold victim: ‘My husband was not a violent man’
    By Curtis Skinner NEW YORK (Reuters) – The family of a man who died after being put in a choke hold by a New York City police officer remembered him on Saturday as being peaceful but constantly harassed by law enforcement. Eric Garner, 43, died on July 17 after being tackled by police, who... […]
  • Washington Republican ‘Representative Beefcake’ resigns over vote fraud
    State officials in Washington are trying to determine whether a now-former state Representative owes them any of the money he earned as a state lawmaker. According to the Greenfield Reporter, state Rep. Mike Hope (R) — a former b-movie actor who bills himself as “Representative... […]
  • Hilarious Game of Thrones blooper reel: ‘I’m a Khaleesi, not a queen. For f*ck’s sake, mate.’
    It is not all Red Weddings and beheadings on HBO’s popular Game of Thrones. Friday the producers of the swords and sorcery television series released bloopers from recently completed season four at the San Diego Comic Con. Regal Tywin Lannister, played by Charles Dance, forgets his lines... […]
  • BuzzFeed fires viral politics editor Benny Johnson over plagiarism
    Viral politics editor fired for 41 instances of plagiarism after Twitter users brought copying of phrases and sentences to light The news and entertainment website BuzzFeed has fired one of its most prominent writers for plagarism after finding he had copied sentences and phrases “word for... […]
  • Cenk Uygur on debating ‘blockhead’ Sean Hannity: ‘I’ll kick his ass all day long’
    On Friday’s edition of The Young Turks, host Cenk Uygur let fly with a scathing critique of Fox News host Sean Hannity, who made waves this week by coming unglued and shouting down a Palestinian guest on his show. Uygur noted after playing some of the Hannity segment that “if you... […]
  • The number of ‘hot days’ are on the rise: See your city
    This is the warmest time of year in most of the U.S. And if we continue to pump heat-trapping greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, it’s going to get even warmer — not only in the summer, but throughout the year. […]
  • US monitoring Ebola outbeak in Nigeria, aiding effort to stop spread
    US officials are closely monitoring the outbreak of deadly Ebola virus which has now reached Nigeria, and is working with governments and aid groups to try to stop the spread. “Our thoughts and prayers are with those fighting the virus,” Will Stevens, spokesman for the State... […]
  • Gaza death toll rises over 1,000 as bodies are recovered
    The toll in Gaza rose above 1,000 dead on Saturday as more than 1,000 bodies were pulled from the rubble of homes throughout the coastal enclave during a truce, medics said. The grim milestone came on the 19th day of a conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas movement, during a 12-hour... […]
  • A cosmic two-step: the universal dance of the dwarf galaxies
    Over the last few years we’ve been studying the orbits of dwarf galaxies and we expecting to find them buzzing at random around large galaxies. But looking out into the universe, we see some dwarfs undertaking an orderly dance with others, in coherent, well-defined orbits. Such orbits are... […]
  • Gaza ceasefire reveals full extent of Israeli destruction
    Palestinians appear dazed by level of damage as they check homes, retrieve possessions and search for bodies of relatives Thousands of people in Gaza have ventured out from homes and shelters during a 12-hour ceasefire to find that whole streets and neighbourhoods have been destroyed in the last... […]

‘The Protestor’ Named TIME Magazine’s Person Of The Year

New York:  “The Protester” has been named Time’s “Person of the Year” for 2010.

The selection was announced on Wednesday on NBC’s “The Today Show.”

The magazine cited dissent across the Middle East that has spread to Europe and the United States and says these protesters are reshaping global politics.

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