A cashless society would pave the way for a common energy-based currency that would complete the transition to a Technocracy economic system. In addition, it would forcefully incorporate all those who are currently not in the banking system, such as
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is urging global leaders to rely more on government spending and less on monetary policy to spur growth as he prepares a budget that will push his country into deficit.
Pacific Investment Management Co. says it's time to buy U.S. junk bonds. And the money manager is not alone.
The Syrian Army may regroup and focus on fighting Daesh terrorists as the ceasefire is being observed by the opposing sides in Syria, according to Russian military expert Alexander Perendzhiyev.
American hedge funds are cashing in on Argentina.
The major U.S. airlines have signed up to fly to Cuba.
Guillain-Barre Syndrome...(NaturalNews) The arrival of the Zika virus in the Americas, and concern over its possible link to birth defects, have stirred up a storm of panic in the media. But the truth is that the virus and its effects on the human bo
(NaturalNews) Inflammation was proven time and time again to be one of the fundamental processes that accelerate illnesses or even cause them to begin with.
North Korea is the target of yet more negotiated sanctions and the mainstream media won't provide many articles that question them.
Three former executives from the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) have been formally charged with negligence over the 2011 disaster at the company's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
A massive 7.9 magnitude earthquake has just shaken Indonesia. The USGS initially evaluated to tremor at 8.2 but revised the magnitude down after further investigation.
Anarchapulco, the largest and only explicit Anarcho Capitalist conference in the world, was jam-packed with alternative media celebrities, activists and pioneers. Among them Roger Ver, known by some as "Bitcoin Jesus," who is amonsgt the most outspok
Militant groups in alliance with al-Nusra Front, which is excluded from the ceasefire agreement in force in Syria, have opened fire in civilian areas of Aleppo and Homs, a militia source told RIA Novosti on Saturday.
Vessels of Russia's Pacific Fleet will participate in the large-scale international naval drills, the Komodo Exercise 2016, off Sumatra in the Indian Ocean this April, the fleet spokesman Roman Martov said on Thursday.
Its astronauts already travel fast enough, so now NASA wants to bring the ultimate in speedy flight to the masses.
The just-held G20 meetings are being reported by the Western mainstream media with a "facts only" context. In fact, as usual, China's problems are reported on gently, if at all.
now required to purchase food...(NaturalNews) It was nicknamed the "Fingerprints for Food" program, but it represented a dire new twist in the ongoing struggle for the socialist Venezuelan government to provide basic nourishment and products for its
Allies of Iran's reformist President Hassan Rouhani have won a landslide victory in Tehran, in the first parliamentary vote since Iran signed a nuclear deal with world powers.
On July 9, 1962 -- 50 years ago today -- the United States detonated a nuclear weapon high above the Pacific Ocean. Designated Starfish Prime, it was part of a dangerous series of high-altitude nuclear bomb tests at the height of the Cold War.
In our quest to replace fossil fuels with solar power, we have to first fix the solar cell, which typically stops working at temperatures above 100°C. Luckily, researchers at TU Wien may have just discovered a way to solve this issue with a solar ce
After oil ushered in an era of excess, many people in the Middle East stopped building sensible homes adapted to harsh weather conditions.
Civil War. United States Secretary of Defense Ash Carter told Rachel Martin of National Public Radio, in a new interview released Sunday, that Russia behaved "completely wrongheaded" when it "came in and joined the [Syrian] civil war on the sid
In Panama, his condominium owners are trying to fire him. In Canada and Turkey, his business partners want to cut him loose. In Scotland and Ireland he claims to be making millions but so far is losing money.
Becoming Bullish?...An interesting fact has hit the newswires earlier this week, as the Dutch Central Bank confirmed it was looking to (temporarily?) move its gold reserves to another secure location.
This Is How Government Dealt With Dissent And Revolt In Collapsing Venezuela - "Soldiers Shooting Civilians In The Streets, Paramilitaries Roaming Neighborhoods"
"Let's Pray This Works": Syria "Ceasefire" Begins After Russia Takes "Total Control" Of Country
For a long time there was still some skepticism whether Turkey was providing military and other support to members of the Islamic State.
As Venezuela grows closer to exhausting nearly every means of paying its debt, some oil market participants are seriously pondering the possible implications of an unprecedented event: the default of a major crude producing company.
Saudi Arabia's police say a member of the kingdom's anti-terrorism force has been murdered and that six of his relatives are wanted in connection with his death.
Japan's population has fallen by nearly one million, according to new statistics - the first decline since official census records began in the 1920s.