In yet one more example of how Monsanto will stop at nothing to achieve total domination of the food supply, the major agricultural corporation is now attempting to use its toxic product as leverage against the Argentinian government.
Cyber-criminals stole about $12 million from an Ecuadorean bank in a 2015 heist that bears all the hallmarks of later attacks against Bangladesh's central bank and a small Vietnamese lender.
So, word got out here in Argentina that I was turning 70. And that meant a fiesta was in order. I hate celebrating my birthday, but it would be churlish to wave off people who like that sort of thing.
The U.N. Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues wraps up today leaving many Indigenous peoples increasingly disillusioned.
Venezuela Launches Biggest Ever "Military Exercise" In History: A Preview Of What's Coming
Last Thursday, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was suspended from the presidency when the Senate voted, 55-22, to try her on the impeachment charges, approved by the lower house, involving alleged budgetary maneuvers ("pedaladas") designed to
In this video we have a surprize guest post from "Understanding More" a spoken word artists who under 2 min explains the globalist corporate takeover that is the TPP. With the trade deal being shrouded in mystery benefiting primarily the elite, i
Surprising no-one, Glenn Beck, after joining the recent conservative delegation to Facebook, has defended the social network and its progressive CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, while attacking fellow conservatives for being too demanding of the company.
China has strenuously denied reports that it's routinely canning human flesh and selling it as food to African nations.
Germany Is Very, Very Tired … The overriding worry is that a vicious cycle has begun: As Germany gets ever more frustrated with Europe's inability to change, it gets ever less likely to lead, so the change it wants becomes ever less likely to hap
Space scientists want to put humans to sleep for up to two weeks at a time as they journey through the solar system.
Well, here you go. On Wednesday, before the stock market opened in New York, Goldman Sachs analyst Patrick Archambault upgraded shares of Tesla.
Dow continues to mark time around the 17,500 level…up a couple of hundred points…and down a couple of hundred. Disappointing earnings has the market looking for direction from somewhere. Gold was steady; the Aussie dollar is up a tad; meanwhile,
(bloomberg.com) The Israeli economy slowed far more sharply than expected in the first quarter as exports plunged, prompting calls for government investment to boost growth.
In November the magazine published an issue devoted to climate change. Susan Goldberg, editor since 2015, says that afterward she received a congratulatory note from [Rupert] Murdoch, saying he'd "gathered his family around" to read through the
Global Strategist Warns: "There Is Insane Speculation… Investors Are Fleeing To Safety… A Lot Of Unknowns"
The roots of the immigration crisis
Jack Dorsey is on a mission to save Twitter. The founder and CEO's latest move? The social network plans to stop counting photos and links in the 140-character limit for tweets within "the next couple of weeks," according to a new report from Bloo
"Nurse turned whistleblower Michelle Rowton told of a callous medical system that regularly and inhumanly chooses to give the CDC's recommended vaccine schedule to premature infants causing massive increases in severe and life threatening adverse
GSK, Merck, and Pfizer. (NaturalNews) The developing nations of the world are apparently moving too slow with their vaccination efforts, which has prompted the Bill Gates-backed GAVI Alliance to take matters into its own hands.
NaturalNews) According to a recent report by CBS New York, NFL player Duane Brown managed to have a suspension overturned by proving that he had eaten contaminated meat while in Mexico. Brown still had his receipts from various eateries in the countr
GE Global Research is testing a desk-size turbine that could power a small town of about 10,000 homes.
President Nicolas Maduro threatened Saturday to take over idle factories and jail their owners following a decree granting him expanded powers to act in the face of a deep economic crisis.
A suicide attack claimed by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group and a separate bombing killed 37 police officers yesterday in the Yemeni port of Mukalla, where a year of Al-Qaeda rule was ended just last month.
The United States is increasingly concerned about the potential for an economic and political meltdown in Venezuela, spurred by fears of a debt default, growing street protests and deterioration of its oil sector, U.S. intelligence officials said on
In a televised speech, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi warned that the political impasse has given the Islamic State militants a helping hand. Parliament's resistance to political change has caused massive protests in Baghdad that divert security fo
Over the last several years we have documented with clockwork regularity Venezuela's collapse into failed state status, which was cemented several weeks ago when news hit that "Venezuela had officially run out of money to print new money."
Registration has opened for the first public trial of autonomous self-driving cars in the UK.
Ah, the joys of Paris in the springtime. Riots every day and night; vandals smashing store windows and looting; traffic jams horrendous even by this city's standards; air, train, and metro disruptions. Tear gas wafts in the air.
Western envoys in Uganda walk out of Museveni swearing-in 12 May 2016 … The swearing-in ceremony was the fifth since President Museveni took power in 1986 Western delegations attending the inauguration of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni have wal