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  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.29.14
    Greg Hunter’s It’s official–Russia invades Ukraine.  Now you know why I have led every Wrap-Up with Ukraine.   I have been predicting wider war in Ukraine, and now we have one.  The President said in a press conference that there is not going to be a military response to this escalation, but my sources say […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up […]
  • Federal Reserve-A Stunning Failure-James Corbett
    By Greg Hunter’s Journalist James Corbett thinks much of the world’s problems can be traced back to the Federal Reserve, and he recently produced a free online documentary to back up his charge. Corbett says, “The central banking issue and who controls the money supply is really at the root of so many of the […]Related Posts:Fed Insolvent, Do […]
  • I Fear a Crash-Axel Merk
    Greg Hunter’s  Money manager Axel Merk is worried about financial risk and that it is being downplayed.  Merk says, “I am very concerned.  I am spooked about the equity markets.  The folks that buy stocks buy them because they have to keep up with the markets.  The folks that buy gold buy it because […]Related Posts:Brace for Volatility-Look […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.22.14
    By Greg Hunter’s This may sound strange to you, but the top story is still the Ukraine crisis because it is far from over.  In my view, the West is still inching towards war with Russia.  The building of a new natural gas pipeline through Bulgaria has been stopped for the second time this […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.15.14Weekly New […]
  • Another 2008 Around the Corner-Bix Weir
    By Greg Hunter’s Financial writer and analyst Bix Weir says what is going on in Ferguson, Missouri, is more than just a police action gone deadly.  Weir says, “There is definitely discontent out there.  The press covers so many things up, and the government gives us so many lies on statistics, such as unemployment, […]Related Posts:Russian Do […]
  • Economic Mayhem Coming for U S-Craig Hemke
    By Greg Hunter’s Financial expert Craig Hemke is founder of the popular website  Hemke says, “We are all preparing for the end of the Keynesian experiment.  We are all in the same boat.  The Keynesian experiment means this idea that government can simply print money and go into greater and greater debt.  Increase […]Relate […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.15.14
    By Greg Hunter’s We start, once again, with the crisis in Ukraine.  Russia sent a humanitarian convoy to the pro-Russian separatist.  It was stalled well short of the border for a while and it looks like it will cross at some point.  The Ukraine government said it would stop the convoy that is aimed […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.29.1 […]
  • Financial Cold War Accelerates Dollar Demise-Peter Schiff
    By Greg Hunter’s  Money manager Peter Schiff hasn’t changed his investment strategy one bit, even though the world seems to be falling apart.  Schiff explains, “I am already prepared, and what I am trying to prepare my clients for is for the day when the dollar is no longer the reserve currency. . . […]Related Posts:Yellen Heading Fed very Bu […]
  • Threat of Nuclear War Back-Paul Craig Roberts
    By Greg Hunter’s  (Early Sunday Release) Former Assistant Treasury Secretary Dr. Paul Craig Roberts is worried about nuclear war with China and Russia.  Dr. Roberts warns, “It’s clear Russia doesn’t want war.  China doesn’t want war, but because of the recklessness of the Bush and Obama regimes, both China and Russia have been upgrading […]Re […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.8.14
    By Greg Hunter’s  Every story I have could have been the lead story, but I am starting with the Ukraine crisis.  I told you that the downing of Malaysian flight 17 would not have any effect on what was coming.  The investigation has been halted because of fighting in the area, and it really […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 7.25.14Weekly N […]
  • Here Is The Corrupt & Dangerous Endgame All Investors Face
    With the mainstream media outlets all discussing many global stock markets trading at or near all-time highs, today Michael Pento warned King World News about the corrupt and dangerous endgame all investors now face. Pento also discussed the immediate dangers which investors are facing. […]
  • Stockman - Unprecedented Global Financial Wipeout Is Coming
    Today David Stockman warned King World News that investors need to brace themselves for an unprecedented and historic global financial wipeout. KWN takes Stockman’s warnings very seriously because he is the man former President Reagan called on in 1981, during that crisis, to become Director of the Office of Management and Budget and help save the United Sta […]
  • $280 Trillion Debt, $1.5 Quadrillion Derivs. & A Gold Squeeze
    Today a 42-year market veteran spoke with King World News about the staggering $280 trillion of world debt, $1.5 quadrillion of derivatives, and a coming short squeeze in gold that will be one for the history books. Below is what Egon von Greyerz, who is the founder of Matterhorn Asset Management out of Switzerland, had to say in this fascinating interview. […]
  • This Unprecedented Monetary Experiment Will End Very Badly
    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. […]
  • Celente - Albert Einstein, World War III & A Global Collapse
    As we close in on the end of August, today the top trends forecaster in the world spoke with King World News about Albert Einstein, World War III, and a global collapse. Below is what Gerald Celente, founder of Trends Research and the man considered to be the top trends forecaster in the world, had to say in this timely and powerful KWN interview. […]
  • No. 653: First Revision to Second-Quarter 2014 GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • Economic Bluff and Bluster versus Reality, Politics and Elections • Minimal Upside Revision to Second-Quarter GDP Left Gimmicked Growth Even More Heavily Overstated • Underlying Reality Remains a Severely Impaired Consumer and Economy • Monthly Economic Series to Turn Increasingly Negative […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Thursday, September 04, 2014 Construction Spending Trade Balance July-2014 July-2014 09/02/2014 […]
  • Commentaries News
    The Next Regular Commentary: is scheduled for Thursday, September 4th, covering the July trade deficit and construction spending, with a subsequent Commentary on September 5th, covering August employment and unemployment.  For detail on pending economic releases, see the schedule. (LAST UPDATED August 28th) […]
  • No. 652: July 2014 Durable Goods Orders, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • 22.6% Gain in July Durable Goods Orders Was Just 0.8%, Net of an Irregular 318.0% Surge in Commercial-Aircraft Orders • Booked Years in Advance, Commercial-Aircraft Orders Have Negligible Impact on Near-Term Economic Activity • July Existing-Home Sales in Ninth Month of Annual Decline • July New-Home Sales Held in Pattern of Sta […]
  • No. 651: July 2014 CPI, Housing Starts, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Monetary Base
    (SGS Subscription required) • Real Retail Sales Contracted for Second Month, Signaled Deepening Recession • Real Earnings and Retail Sales Both Fell Below Second-Quarter Levels • July Annual Inflation: 2.0% (CPI-U), 1.9%% (CPI-W), 9.7% (ShadowStats) • Monetary Base Explodes to Record High • Quality of Housing-Starts Reporting Sinks to New Low […]
  • No. 650: July 2014 Industrial Production, Producer Price Index (PPI)
    (SGS Subscription required) • Production Report Showed Somewhat Weaker Second-Quarter Activity Amidst Unusual Revision Patterns • Construction Inflation Surged in the July […]
  • No. 649: July 2014 Retail Sales, Consumer Liquidity
    (SGS Subscription required) • Headline July Retail Sales Were Boosted to “Unchanged,” Thanks to Downside Prior-Period Revisions • Net of Inflation, Real July Sales Likely Fell for Second Month • Real July Sales Were Below Second-Quarter Average • Consumer Liquidity Remains Structurally Impaired […]
  • No. 648: June 2014 Trade Balance, Monetary Conditions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Despite Narrowing in June Trade Deficit GDP Growth Remains Subject to Trade-Related Downside Revision • Monetary Base at All-Time High • Pace of Fed Monetization at 91% Year-to-Date 2014 • July M3 Annual Growth at Five-Year High of 4.7% […]
  • No. 647: July Employment and Unemployment, June Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Minimally Weaker-Than-Consensus Labor Numbers— Unremarkable Except for the Regular, Horrendous Reporting Quality • July Unemployment: 6.2% (U.3), 12.2% (U.6), 23.2% (ShadowStats) • Real Construction Spending—Stagnation with a Recent Downside Bias • Economy Remains in Serious Trouble […]
  • No. 646: Second-Quarter 2014 GDP, GDP Benchmark Revisions, Household Income
    (SGS Subscription required) • Second-Quarter GDP Surge Not Credible, Significant Downside Revisions Remain in Offing • Actual Economic Activity Remains in Serious Trouble • Historical GDP Revised Lower Where Better Data Were Available and Revised Higher Where Better Numbers Were Not […]



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  • NSA: There’s a Spy in my Soup!
    Okay, we now know that our phone calls are being monitored. Snowden has made it clear that none of our electronically conveyed communications are secure from NSA snooping. But to find that they are now listening to our potato chips? As revealed recently in an article in MIT News,  technology has been developed which would […]
  • The “Persecution” of Mikheil Saakashvili – Well, They Should Know!
    Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili has responded to renewed claims of “political persecution” in Georgia by calling the Swedish and Lithuanian Foreign Ministers members of Saakashvili’s club. Previously he and his government have accused Saakashvili’s foreign lobbyists of being naïve and misguided rather than partisan for the sake of it, so this re […]
  • On South Korean Justice Again
    This is not the first time we have touched upon the high-profile trials on the pro-North Korean conspiracy in South Korea involving members of the leftwing United Progressive Party, headed by MP Lee Seok-ki. One would have thought that this case had come to an end, however, the decision by Seoul’s Supreme Court where an […]
  • Syria: Destruction of Chemical Weapons and Western Response
    The last stage of the destruction of chemical weapons brought from Syria has somehow ended, simply and very casually. And how many lances were broken, how many tirades, threats and warnings were made at that time officially to Damascus. This issue was personally discussed by American President Barack Obama with his Western colleagues. But the […]
  • “Cracked,” the Demise of the “Iron Dome”
    The Iron Dome missile defense system has failed. No Hamas rockets are being intercepted, Iron Dome launchers are empty. The Israeli National News reported today that at least 40 rockets left Gaza today. After 46 days of bombing hospitals, schools and civilian neighborhoods, the total failure of the IAF bombing campaign is now clear. What […]
  • The US Foreign Policy: An Unbridled pursuit of Global Hegemony
    One of the most conspicuous facts of the twenty-first century is complete failure of the globe’s “sole” super power in achieving any of its major foreign policy objectives. Perhaps, one of the major reasons for this failure is the US’ strategy of solely relying on its military power. However, the fact that the increased militarization […]
  • Washington’s Top Ten Favorite Terrorists
    While the US government still claims it is fighting a “War on Terror”, it is often forgotten that the US government has a friendly relationship with many terrorist groups around the world. This relationship is not merely historical, but current. The US government often supports terrorists who are fighting against governments which oppose Wall Street […]
  • Argentina Debt Default is Risky US Power Poker
    Most are unaware of the drama unfolding behind the imminent threat of (yet another) Argentina deb default. Far from another tale of a corrupt developing country not able to meet its foreign debt obligations as the world saw during the 1980’s and late 1990’s, the real drama behind Argentina’s sovereign debt default is a risky, […]
  • US Sanctions Against Thailand
    There’s little doubt that today the United States is one of the most active “fighters” for human rights all across the world. In its quest the US applies various means of putting pressure on the unwanted government, starting with the use of military force and ending with applying diplomatic means and economic sanctions. But how come […]
  • America’s Creeping Into Syria Will Hang Itself in Ukraine
    The US has claimed it will begin reconnaissance flights over Syria – a tentative first step toward direct military intervention it has sought in attempts to overthrow the Syrian government since 2011. While the US is using the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (ISIS) as a pretext to carry out these intrusions into Syrian […]
  • EU is a US 'puppet' on Russia sanctions
    Paul Craig Roberts, former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury, has criticized the European Union's newly proposed sanctions on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine, calling the 28 member-state bloc a US “puppet.”
  • ‘Iran welcomes Qatar firms investment’
    Iran’s first vice president has called on Qatari private sector and businesses to invest in the Islamic Republic as part of growing economic cooperation between the two countries
  • Who needs S-300? Bavar-373 test-fired
    Iran has successfully test-fired Bavar-373 indigenous missile defense system.
  • Australia to send arms to Iraq
    The Australian prime minister says Canberra plans to send military equipment to Iraq to allegedly help in the fight against Takfiri ISIL militants in the country. […]
  • Feinstein: Obama 'too cautious' on ISIL
    The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee says US President Barack Obama has been “too cautious” in dealing with the ISIL terrorist group.
  • '1.5mn young UK workers on low pay'
    A UK report shows the number of young British workers on low pay has increased nearly four-fold over the past four decades to almost 1.5 million. […]
  • Ferguson everywhere now
    Blood is dripping down our faces onto the stainless steel of the armored police van. The hot yellow light flickers against the angry eyes of six young black men. We are trembling in pain and rage. Our chests are heaving. We are still breathing. One man’s eyes stare into mine.
  • Jasmine Filmfest 2014 names winners
    The second edition of Jasmine International Video Film Festival (TJIFF) has announced names of the winners during a closing ceremony held in the northern Iranian city of Amol.
  • EU threatens Russia with more bans
    The European Union has threatened to expand its economic sanctions against Russia over the crisis in neighboring Ukraine.On Sunday, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy said the 28-member bloc was working urgently on further restrictive measures.German Chancellor Angela Merkel also said that the EU would decide on more Russian targets for sanctions w […]
  • Iran nuclear talks to continue at UN
    Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany will continue nuclear negotiations on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York.
  • Corporations Join Droves Renouncing US Citizenship
    Submitted by Nick Giambruno via Casey Research's International Man blog, Don’t be surprised to lose if you don’t make an effort at being competitive. And if you go out of your way to make yourself less competitive, expect to lose. If that sounds like simple common sense, that’s because it is. But it’s also exactly what the US has been doing for years—en […]
  • A Rare Glimpse Inside The NY Fed's Favorite 'Quote-Stuffing' Hedge Fund: Citadel
    As regular readers are well aware, when it comes to "more than arms length" equity market intervention in New Normal markets, the New York Fed's preferred "intermediary" of choice to, how should one say, boost investor sentiment aka "protect from a plunge", is none other than Chicago HFT powerhouse, Citadel. Recently we dis […]
  • Recovery? 3 "Uncomfortable Truth" Charts
    Presented with little comment aside to suggest one scratch beneath the thinning veneer of record nominal stock prices every once in a while to take the temperature of the ugly reality that no one is talking about...   1) Stocks are at record highs because global growth is 'improving'...   FACT: There is a record divergence between the 'market […]
  • French President Says "There Is Risk Of War" As Europe Plans Additional Russia Sanctions
    For months Europe had thought that mere verbal (and hollow) threats, populist posturing and propaganda would be enough to force Russia's Putin to back off and withdraw from the endless Ukraine escalation, into a Kremlin cocoon with his tail between his legs. What they didn't anticipate was that Putin would in no way back down (as that would be seen […]
  • US Foreign Policy Then & Now (In 1 Cartoon)
    What a difference a year makes...     Source: KAL via The Economist […]
  • Taupe: It’s Not Just For The Oval Office Anymore
    Submitted by Mark St.Cyr, Whether it’s politics or business one thing remains the same: if you are designated or perceived as the leader, everything you say or do is viewed with an eye searching for obvious and hidden meanings. While at the same time the higher the level or more commanding the position, that search goes from the naked eye to one looking via […]
  • 20,000 Pakistan Riot Police Unleash Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets As Protesters Breach PM's Residence, 230 Injured
    UPDATE: *POLICE, PROTESTERS CLASH IN ISLAMABAD; AT LEAST 230 HURT: AFP Against the background we initialliy explained here, and the escalation we discussed here, Imran Khan's "Pakistan Spring" has grown dramatically. The former cricketing-legend and erstwhile opposition leader's call for people to take to the streets to demand new 'u […]
  • Is There Capitalism After Cronyism?
    Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, The more the Status Quo pursues the same old Keynesian Cargo Cult script of central planning and free money for financiers, the more self-liquidating the system becomes. Judging by the mainstream media, the most pressing problems facing capitalism are: 1) income inequality, the basis of Thomas Piketty’s bes […]
  • Were European Bonds Mispriced in 2012 or are they Now?
    By EconMatters   How to properly value European Bonds   This seems to be the biggest question in financial markets for me right now because the math just doesn`t add up any way you slice it. When you look at the pricing for European bonds this conclusion jumps out from an analyst perspective, either European bonds were analyzed and incorrectly priced two yea […]
  • This Is How ISIS Is Building An Airforce
    The Islamic State is nothing if not ambitious. Despite no record of current 'airplane' assets in their annual reports, ISIS has begun detaining and forcing Syrian pilots to train militant fighters to fly stolen aircraft. According to CNN Arabic, the pilots (and their planes and helicopters) were abducted when the terrorist group gained control of T […]
  • Protest at controversial dolphin hunt leads to arrest of animal rights activists
    Fourteen animal rights activists have been detained on the Faroe island of Sandoy in the North Atlantic while trying to stop a controversial dolphin hunt, their organisation said Sunday. The activists were detained Saturday when attempting to save a pod of 33 pilot whales, members of the dolphin... […]
  • California sex offender impersonating cop ‘arrests’ and rapes exotic dancer
    A California exotic dancer who was raped by a convicted sex offender impersonating a police officer spoke about her ordeal to Fox 11 on Saturday. Desiree Patton said that her assailant, Guy Dietz, found her through online advertisements placed by the exotic dancing agency she works for. She said... […]
  • Are emojis the world’s first universal language?
    I sent one this morning. My pal texted to say that she was in that most invidious of contemporary social tangles: someone was offering her a Kate Bush spare but she had already committed herself elsewhere. Me, I was busy thinking about emoji. I didn’t have time to deal with someone... […]
  • 300 people injured, 1 dead in Pakistan protests
    Anti-government protesters forced their way into the grounds of Pakistan’s parliament on Saturday amid violent clashes that saw police fire teargas and rubber bullets at crowds demanding the prime minister’s resignation. A man died and more than 300 people were injured, according to... […]
  • Scientists hope to root out disease in your dog via genetic sequencing
    Molly is a 16-month-old black labrador retriever and like so many dogs of her breed, she is exuberant, biddable and anxious to please. She also has a distinct personality, insists her owner Sussi Wiles, from Harefield, Middlesex. “Molly is just a bit cheeky and will do unexpected things. She... […]
  • China struggles with children ‘left behind’ by government’s one-child policy
    Yes, it is just a simple stuffed toy. But put it into a child’s arms and watch as he pretends to feed it, talks to it, even crowns it as a monarch. First, it gives him security; then it allows him to role-play and develop social skills. Chinese authorities hope tips like these, included in a... […]
  • Professional fighter ‘War Machine’ sent to Nevada to face charges for brutally assaulting girlfriend
    The professional fighter known as “War Machine” was in custody in a Las Vegas jail on Saturday after being transferred from Southern California, where he was arrested for assault stemming from an ex-girlfriend’s accusation that he beat her in Nevada. Jonathan Koppenhaver, an... […]
  • Parents of British brain tumor boy to go before Spanish judge
    The arrested parents of a five-year-old British boy with a brain tumour who was taken from hospital without medical consent and found in Spain will appear before a Spanish judge on Tuesday, police said. Brett King, 51, and Naghemeh King, 45, will appear in a Madrid court following their arrest on... […]
  • Ukrainian rebels prepare for renewed offensive as EU threatens Russia with sanctions
    Pro-Russian separatists were preparing a fresh offensive on a key coastal location in eastern Ukraine on Sunday, as EU leaders gave Moscow one week to curb its support for the rebels or face new sanctions. A ragtag mix of volunteer battalions and local residents were bracing for a desperate defence... […]
  • Game-changing heart failure prevention drug to hit US market in 2015
    An experimental drug from Swiss pharma giant Novartis (Xetra: 904278 – news) reduced deaths from chronic heart failure by 20 percent compared with an existing treatment, according to the results of a vast new study. The new drug, called LCZ696, has been labelled a potential... […]
  • US extends offensive against Islamic State militants and Al-Qaeda using Twitter, Facebook
    The United States has launched a social media offensive against the Islamic State and Al-Qaeda, setting out to win the war of ideas by ridiculing the militants with a mixture of blunt language and sarcasm. Diplomats and experts are the first to admit that the digital blitz being waged on Twitter,... […]
  • Campaign manager for Mitch McConnell resigns over Ron Paul bribery allegations
    (Reuters) – The campaign manager for U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican locked in a tough re-election battle, resigned late Friday in fallout from a scandal stemming from his time with the 2012 Ron Paul presidential campaign. McConnell is facing... […]
  • Liberia bans sailors from disembarking from ships at seaports due to Ebola fears
    Liberia on Saturday said it would deny permission for any crew to disembark from ships at the country’s four seaports until the Ebola epidemic ravaging west Africa was under control. Sailors on commercial ships can normally ask for a “shore pass” allowing them to get off the... […]
  • With airline seating space decreasing, ‘legroom wars’ are increasing
    To recline or not to recline? Airplane “legroom wars” are prompting growing rage in the United States, with two recent seat battles sparking a heated debate about the knee-bumping practice. Amid the furor, one thing everyone seems to agree on is that space on passenger planes is getting... […]
  • As vinyl record sales boom, Nashville leads the way
    “This is the mother, the metal mother,” says Jay Millar, examining a brilliant silver disc on the machine floor of United Record Pressing in downtown Nashville. “And the mother is where it all starts.” Fifty years ago United stamped out the Beatles’ first US single and... […]
  • Car linked to suspect who threatened Obama discovered in Connecticut
    HAMDEN Conn. (Reuters) – A car sought in connection with a suspected threat against President Barack Obama has been located in Connecticut, authorities said on Saturday. The U.S. Secret Service, which is responsible for presidential security, had asked state police for help in locating the... […]
  • 9-year-old Oregon girl dies on beach after sand hole collapses on her
    (Reuters) – A 9-year-old girl who was digging in a large sand hole on an Oregon beach suffocated and died after the sand caved in around her and other beachgoers were unable to dig her out in time, police said on Saturday. The girl, identified as Isabel Grace Franks, was playing Friday... […]
  • Florida’s $900K Obamacare alternative draws 30 subscribers, considers selling pet insurance
    Six months after the launch of a $900,000 alternative to the Affordable Care Act, Florida’s Health Choices program has only signed up 30 subscribers and administrators say they are considering offering pet insurance if it will help draw more customers. According to the Tampa Bay Times, the... […]
  • Kidnapped child with brain tumor found in Spain with his parents
    Ashya King, the five-year-old British boy with a brain tumour who was taken from hospital without medical consent, has been found in Spain with his parents, who have been arrested, Spanish police said. “Ashya King was found in a hotel 3 km from de Velez Malaga (southern Spain) and was... […]
  • St. Louis Rams cut Michael Sam, first openly gay NFL player
    (Reuters) – Defensive end Michael Sam’s dream of becoming the first openly gay player in the National Football League (NFL) was put on hold on Saturday when he failed to make the St. Louis Rams’ 53-man roster for the 2014 regular season. The 24-year-old, a standout with the... […]

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