A CIA-linked firm has joined forces with Amazon in a bid to use "computer vision" to snoop on the Earth in unprecedented detail.
A lawyer representing Wikileaks has filed a formal complaint against the Associated Press over "breached ethical standards," in publishing what many have called a "hit piece" against Julian Assange.
Secretary of State John Kerry was in Africa recently, promising US aid to help get "clean" elections, spreading foreign aid to help fight Boko Haram (which got a big boost from the Libya intervention), and pushing for UN troops in South Sudan (a disa
Ron Paul is the most intelligent, articulate and courageous spokesman of foreign policy realism in the US. Though for most of his career he has been an outsider his views on foreign policy are gaining a wider audience.
Part of the US Air Force's job is to maintain a nuclear arsenal. And once a year, the 450 best missile and bomb operators show off their skills at the Global Strike Challenge. It's all about dexterity and speed -- from moving warheads by forklif
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WASHINGTON, (Reuters) - U.S. economic growth was a bit more sluggish than initially thought in the second quarter as businesses aggressively ran down stocks of unsold goods, offsetting a spurt in consumer spending.
Aerial pizza delivery may sound futuristic but Domino's has been given the green light to test New Zealand pizza delivery via drones.
There will soon be an ecumenical gathering between the three monotheist faiths. Thee event will take place from September 4-23, 2016. This monumental event will occur in the Old City of Jerusalem. This is not just a religious event as the event will
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3D-printed reefs could mean regenerating not only lost coral, but lost fish due to underwater development.
Scandal: Leaked documents released a few days ago provide juicy insider details of how a fabulously rich businessman has been using his money to influence elections in Europe, underwrite an extremist group, target U.S. citizens who disagreed with him
(NaturalNews) The site at which three Fukushima Daiichi reactors melted down in Japan more than six years ago remains a complete disaster zone, unsuitable for both humans and the electronic devices they have created. Though a massive cleanup is still
A powerful earthquake devastated a string of mountain towns in central Italy on Wednesday, trapping residents under rubble, killing at least 73 people and leaving thousands homeless.
There have been hints throughout the media and various releases that a second Snowden may be lurking at the NSA. Whether he/she is still employed at the agency is the remaining question.
I hereby propose a new rule. Let's call it "Corbett's Law." "When members of the parasitical ruling class war with each other there are no good guys to root for." -"Corbett's Law
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s Crimea about to explode? The mainstream media reports that Russia has amassed troops on the border with Ukraine and may be spoiling for a fight.
Bloomberg's Noah Smith, the site's most provocative and often wrongheaded columnist compares communism to free-markets in this editorial. His conclusion: "Hard core believers" of any type are probably wrong.
Ted Thornhill for the Daily Mail UK reports Turkish police issued 187 arrest warrants and raided some 200 homes and workplaces on Thursday as their investigation into last month's failed military coup shifted towards the business community, media r
Zoie O'brien for Express UK reports AN ATTEMPTED break-in at the Ecuadorian embassy where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is living was foiled this morning. Security was scrambled at the London building sparking international concern Assange was t
Can Russia Survive Washington's Challenge? News services abroad ask me if President Erdogan of Turkey will, as a result of the coup attempt, realign Turkey with Russia. At this time, there is not enough information for me to answer. Speculation in
James Grant, Wall Street expert and editor of the investment newsletter «Grant's Interest Rate Observer», warns of a crash in sovereign debt, is puzzled over the actions of the Swiss National Bank and bets on gold.
There is a growing trend among consumers to seek natural products, whether it's the rise in demand for organic fruits and vegetables noted by major grocery store chains, or the burgeoning natural skincare industry.
Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis marched on Saturday in support of Shiite Houthi rebels and their ally, former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Is Crimea about to explode? The mainstream media reports that Russia has amassed troops on the border with Ukraine and may be spoiling for a fight.
A while back I wrote a piece, The Most Dangerous Letters in the World Aren't SCS…They're CPEC.
AN ATTEMPTED break-in at the Ecuadorian embassy where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is living was foiled this morning.
The feisty Philippine president bluntly told the United Nations where to go after it criticized his controversial war on drugs. Duterte's crackdown on drug dealers has been so brutal that hundreds more have voluntarily turned themselves into the po
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