This morning I was stuck in front of a Fox "News" broadcast for a short period and then with an NPR news program. It was enough to convince me that Nazi propaganda during Hitler's Third Reich was very mild compared to the constant stream of dan
RT reports, More than 90,000 South Koreans and 15,000 US troops will stage a "pre-emptive strike" on simulated North Korean weapons silos, following Pyongyang's rocket launch and a nuclear test earlier this year.
SCVNEWS reports An operational test launch of an Air Force Global Strike Command unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile is scheduled late Thursday evening and Friday morning.
Connecting your smartphone to the web with just a lamp -- that is the promise of Li-Fi, featuring Internet access 100 times faster than Wi-Fi with revolutionary wireless technology.
Controlling cancer rather than killing it could be the best way to fight the disease, according to scientists
If Apple refuses to help the FBI unlock San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook's iPhone, a universe of penalties in various courts are possible.
surgeons make thousands of mistakes (with zero accountability)...(NaturalNews) Great Britain's socialized health care system has been responsible for more than 1,100 serious medical mistakes in the past four years, according to a recent article publi
Once again the US prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba is in the news. President Obama has made a last-ditch effort to fulfill one of his campaign promises to close the facility down, but Republicans in Congress are determined to keep it operational. Both
That all changed overnight when the Shanghai Composite plunged by 6.4% with the drop accelerating into the close. This was the biggest drop in over a month and was big enough to almost wipe out the entire 10% rebound from the January lows in one sess
Last week the Canadian Island of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, off the Atlantic Seaboard near Maine, made an unusual offer to the American public.
While Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, who is currently advising presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, famously said that the estimated 500,000 children who died as a result of US sanctions on Iraq was "worth it."
Retail sales in Canada fell 2.2% in December from November on a seasonally adjusted basis, but not adjusted for inflation, to C$43.2 billion … But just because retail demand is crummy doesn't mean that retail prices can't power higher.
HPV Sharply Reduced in Teenage Girls Following Vaccine, Study Says …The vaccine for human papillomavirus, a cause of cervical cancer, has proved effective, but immunization rates remain low
Russia will ask permission on Monday to start flying surveillance planes equipped with high-powered digital cameras amid warnings from U.S. intelligence and military officials that such overflights help Moscow collect intelligence on the United State
I hadn't even changed money when a guy in a military jacket approached me for a donation for Ukraine's war efforts, and he was quite persistent too. This happened in Maidan Square, now turned into a death shrine, with photos of sacrificed soldier
Just last week it was reported by The Slatest that the militant group ISIS has officially named the US dollar as their primary and only acceptable form of currency.
North Korea has threatened to attack South Korea and the United States if the two allies conduct joint drills in March. Pyongyang says the exercises are preparations for war and says it will retaliate.
Denmark is said to throw away huge amounts of food every year, but it has just taken a major step towards alleviating the problem. Its first social supermarket with surplus food is now open to customers.
Quietly as an aside in a speech, the Head of the Bank of Japan, Haruhiko Kuroda, confessed that QE has little if any impact on GDP growth. I touched upon this issue previously, but I want to reiterate it here because it is absolutely ASTOUNDING.
The 56-year-old director made the comments just hours before being presented the Panorama Audience Award
Astronomers have found an extraordinary trail of gas greater than 300,000 light years across originating from a nearby galaxy called NGC 4569, according to a report in Astronomy & Astrophysics.
This Russian salt mine is so beautiful it hurts that it's not open to the public.
Editor's Note: How very interesting it all is… the gamemakers are claiming dominion over our perceptions, our thoughts, our experiences, emotions, etc. Are we still operating within the bounds of reality?
In October, the company quietly unveiled the newly usable search tool.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry for talks this week as each country accuses the other of escalating military tensions in the western Pacific.
The sea stretched toward the horizon last New Year's Eve as the Theo T, a red-and-white tug at her side, slipped quietly beneath the Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge in Texas. Few Americans knew she was sailing into history.
Back in August, we warned that things were about to get much worse for Standard Chartered, whose EM focus makes the bank especially vulnerable to the ongoing downturn in commodities and the generally poor outlook for the emerging world in an environm
The big news is that the gold-silver ratio closed at 80. This is not only a new high for the move. It's higher than it has been since 2008.
As a surprise to absolutely no one, those who personally benefit from the success of fossil fuel industries are again scrambling to fight large scale progress toward cleaner energy.
Earth bag construction is taking off around the world, in large part thanks to Cal-Earth in Hesperia, California.