PayPal has been forced to cease operations in Turkey. The shutdown will go into effect on June 6. Turkey recently denied PayPal of a new license, which is required to operate within the country. According to TechCrunch, the reason for the denial was
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This year prime ministers, finance ministers, leading entrepreneurs and a former spy chief are among the attendees at this year's influential Bilderberg conference, but one regular guest, George Osborne's name is missing from the Bilderberg websi
On Tuesday two journalists were removed from an event at Washington, DC's Newseum for questioning Avital Leibovich, the founder of the Israeli Defense Force Interactive Media Branch, over her justification of killing of members of the press.
People who refuse chemotherapy treatment live on average 12 and a half years longer than people who undergo chemotherapy, says Dr. Jones.
How would resources be allocated in a free market economy? Can you work with Bernie Sanders? How can we fix Washington? Gold standard or competing currencies? Ron Paul takes viewer questions in today's Liberty Report.
Deep down in the ocean, 200 to 500 feet below the surface, lifeforms flourish where they shouldn't. Down here, little light penetrates, which is somewhat of a problem for solar-powered creatures like coral. Yet here, stubbornly, the reefs still spr
Ed Forchion (aka NJ Weedman) provides an update on his recent court appearance and also his congressional candidacy - James Corbett (The Corbett Report) provides World News Update - Neill Franklin (Executive Director of LEAP) gives an update
28-year-old Brian Farrell aka "DoctorClu", a senior admin and second-in-command on Silk Road 2.0, the copycat clone of the original underground darknet website Silk Road was sentenced to eight years in prison.
Over the past couple of weeks, talk of The DAO, or decentralized autonomous organizations in general, has dominated the blockchain space. News of a near US $150 million (12 percent of total Ethereum tokens) investment from a network of investors has
American companies are itching to get their hands on the gold, platinum, and other minerals that asteroids are thought to contain. But although the U.S. has laid the legal groundwork for asteroid mining, the technological challenges are still signifi
All cars sold after 2025 in Norway are to be emissions-free, according to a new energy plan signed by the country's four major political parties.
(Truthstream Media) This 2016 Bilderberg Meeting will be characterized by its focus on the growing underclass of "precariats" with insecure jobs and no future in an age of A.I.
for long-term health. (NaturalNews) Millions of Americans are on the watch for "bad cholesterol," but what they don't know is that cholesterol is itself a natural byproduct of the liver and an essential element for good health.
BBC News reports Poland says it will start recruiting in September for a new 35,000-strong paramilitary defence force because of tensions with Russia. The force will have civilian volunteers trained in military skills. It is aimed at countering "hy
Catherine Hardy for EuroNews reports Paris has lobbied countries to commit to a conference that would set out a framework to get Israelis and Palestinians back around the table for negotiations. Israel has rejected this latest meeting and is calling
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Musk: We intend to launch people to Mars in 2024 … Elon Musk will send a mission to Mars without people on it -- on the Flying Dragon version 2 rocket -- starting in 2018 and launch a rocket headed there every 26 months. - CNBC
(NaturalNews) Turmeric, ginger's little cousin, has gained a lot of popularity in recent years, and for some good reasons, too. It has been used for ages in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine to treat a wide range of ailments.
Downing Street has intervened to ensure families of British soldiers killed in the Iraq War will not have to pay £767 for a hard copy of the Chilcot report after an outcry from MPs.
Every time you think Uber can't raise any more money, it raises billions more.
Following Mario Draghi's seemingly constant mention of The ECB's credibility during yesterday's press conference, none other than ECB member (and Austrian national bank chief) Ewald Nowotny exclaimed rather oddly that "The ECB is the most independent
In what appears to be a widespread problem, Germany's Spiegel reports that customers are unable to withdraw cash from Deutsche Bank ATMs due to a "technical glitch." Via Google Translate, A German bank spokeswoman declined to comment on the pr
TASS reports, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that he would like to mend relations with Russia but he does not know what step Moscow expects him to take. He was speaking in Izmir before leaving on an African tour.
Natalie Johnson for the Washington Free Beacon reports, a North Korea missile launch failed Tuesday morning, according to South Korean military officials.
The amount of debt globally yielding below zero has passed $10 trillion (£6.9 trillion) for the first time in history, thanks to a combination of "unconventional monetary policies, regulatory risk mitigation by banks, and a flight to safety in globa
In this video Luke Rudkowski gives the the shocking and breaking news from Snapchat's recent investors meeting, where the company has been evaluated for over $16 Billion dollars. According the sources within the meetings, Snapchat has offered up se
Appearing on the French television show, Le Grand Journal, Jean-Claude Van Damme showed the world that he aware of the global control and power of the Rothschild and Rockefeller families, and he wasn't afraid to say it.
When does a military adviser cease to be an adviser, and become a combatant? Does fighting on the front line constitute advice, or something entirely different?
With 13,000 people rescued in one week and hundreds presumed drowned, what do we know about migrant flows across the Mediterranean to Italy?