Troops shoot at jet flying from China with 119 people on board after mistaking it for a N Korean aircraft.
The secret globalist group “Bilderberg” called for a big war by expanding the turmoil in Libya into a full-scale conflict involving the entire Middle East except for Israel.
A number of Malaysian government Web sites fell prey to cyber attacks Wednesday night in a coordinated effort possibly organized by members of the clandestine Web group, Anonymous. Ninety-one Web sites were attacked starting at 11:30pm local time,
Record dry spring could drive up wheat prices, and lack of water may force nuclear reactors to shut down
If the historical goal of the state of Israel is to provide the world’s Jews a secure national home, a place of refuge in a world of real or potential anti-Semitism, it seems to have failed.
China must boost its cyber-warfare strength to counter a Pentagon push, the country’s top military newspaper said on Thursday after weeks of friction over accusations that Beijing may have launched a string of Internet hacking attacks.
US funds secret 'internet in a suitcase' for dissidents ... The Obama administration is leading a global effort to deploy "shadow" internet and mobile phone systems that dissidents can use to undermine repressive governments...
Manchester United great Ryan Giggs became the latest celebrity to take legal action against the News of the World over allegedly hacking into his mobile phone, his lawyer announced on Wednesday.
Pakistan's top military spy agency has arrested five CIA informants who fed information to U.S. intelligence before the raid last month which killed Osama bin Laden, The New York Times reported on Wednesday.
Pakistan’s top military spy agency has arrested some of the Pakistani informants who fed information to the Central Intelligence Agency in the months leading up to the raid that led to the death of Osama bin Laden, according to American officials.
Sunspots may be going into hibernation, a phenomenon unseen since the 17th century that could lead to cooler global temperatures, scientists said Tuesday.
Japan’s “T2K,” one of our favorite neutrino experiments (we’re keen on several), might have just cracked the mystery of why matter triumphed over antimatter after the Big Bang (they should have canceled each other out).
Egypt’s increasingly less-than-interim military junta has confirmed today that it has imprisoned at least 7,000 civilians since it took power in early February.
As we debate an exit from Afghanistan, it’s critical that we focus not only on the costs of deploying the current force of more than 100,000 troops, but also on the costs of maintaining permanent bases long after those troops leave.
Those Cassandras who believe Cathay is about to rule waves after launching its first aircraft carrier are getting way, way ahead of themselves.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says it has been targeted by a sophisticated cyber attack. Officials at the fund gave few details but said the attack earlier this year had been "a very major breach" of its systems, the New York Times reports.
Tensions are peaking in Syria, government troops have stormed the rebel northern border town of Jisr Al-Shugour with tanks and military helicopters.
A Congressional delegation led by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R – CA) has earned the ignominious distinction of being such a nuisance that the Iraqi government actually asked them to leave on Friday...
Opposition leaders have repeatedly threatened to unilaterally form an “interim council” that would act as a rival government in the wake of President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s fleeing to Saudi Arabia.
Turkey braced for massive influx of refugees as Syrian troops intensify their military operation in Jisr al-Shughur.
Bill Gates, Britain and other nations commit funds to help treat preventable diseases among world's poorest children.
The amount of publicity garnered by the secretive Bilderberg conference this year in St. Moritz, Switzerland, far surpassed the coverage afforded to past gatherings of the elite cabal...
A secretive cabal of some of the world’s most influential people, the Bilderberg group, will be meeting June 9 to the 12th in St. Moritz, Switzerland – but this year, more attention than usual is being afforded to the gathering in the world press.
Japan's economy shrank 0.9 percent in the first quarter but recovery is expected between July and September
Spanish police said Friday they had nabbed three hackers from vigilante group Anonymous for online attacks on Sony PlayStation and the governments of Egypt, Libya and Iran among others.
Harrowing eyewitness accounts mounted on Saturday after Syrian forces backed by helicopter gunships killed at least 25 protesters, prompting the US to toughen its stance on President Bashar al-Assad.
The presumed head of Al-Qaeda in east Africa, Fazul Abdullah Muhammad, wanted for blowing up the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, was killed in Mogadishu this week, sources said Saturday.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Saturday the United States wanted to expand trade with Africa by investing in the continent's people, warning against a "new colonialism" as China expands its presence.
The Austrian government is putting the mountains of Grosser Kinigat and Rosskopf, near the border with Italy, up for sale for a total of about $175,000 US. Locals from the village at the foot of the peaks, Kartitsch, are quite upset.
When economic times sour, elites turn to war, or at least start to escalate military tensions. Europe and America are involved in at least four wars now, and unfortunately the West's escalating military involvement probably won't stop there.