"... due to the continued US hostile policy towards the DPRK, the vicious cycle of confrontation and aggravation of tensions is an ongoing phenomenon ... has become the world's most dangerous hot spot and ... could set off a thermonuclear war," Pak s
Raw-milk farmer acquitted in government persecution case
The world continues to spiral out of control, as the foreign policy of greed and hubris ratchets up for the next episode of destruction. The prospects of World War III increase with every NeoCon concession to the irrational and suicidal adherence to
On June the 30th 2009 oil mysteriously jumped by more than $1.50 a barrel during the night, to reach its highest price in eight months. The amazing, true cause of this price spike has now been released by a Financial Services Authority investigation
On October 7, voters get to choose Venezuela’s next president. It’s all over but the cheers, postmortems, and perhaps opposition planned disruptions.
Read that headline. Now read it again. The World Health Organization is mulling the first “World Tax” on cigarettes.
There are the rich and then there are the mega-rich. A study showed that those with a net worth of at least $25.0 million tend to spend more lavishly on vacations and home renovations, compared to their spending on clothing, cars, and jewelry, accord
Marissa Mayer, the new CEO of Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ/YHOO), recently spoke about her plans for the future of the company. As we all know, technology stocks in this sector are constantly evolving. At one time, Yahoo! was a giant among technology stocks;
Spain is sending Europe a message. Is anyone listening?
A landmark U.S. fine for excessive speculation in the benchmark cotton futures market has revealed a startling new dimension to last year's blistering winter price rally: the biggest bull was a Chinese trader with a $510 million punt.
The Vatican has certainly seen more sensational trials in its long history. The Inquisition ordered Galileo to recant his theory that the earth revolves around the sun, and philosopher Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake for heresy.
Small government and free-market capitalism are about to get put to the test in Honduras, where the government has agreed to let an investment group build an experimental city with no taxes on income, capital gains or sales.
There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root - Henry David Thoreau
The modest move in today's U.S. trading session belies the beating that the European markets took.
Claims 'Military Duty' to Oust Assad
SHANGHAI — Foxconn Technology, a major supplier to some of the world’s electronics giants, including Apple, said it had closed one of its large Chinese plants Monday after the police were called in to break up a fight among factory employees.
A few days ago, our report on the discovery of a single 10 oz Tungsten-filled gold bar in Manhattan’s jewelry district promptly went viral, as it meant that a tungsten-based, gold-counterfeiting operation, previously isolated solely to the UK and Eur
"Do not play with the feelings of the Catalans" is the totally unveiled threat after Catalonia's beggars-can-be-choosers demand for an unconditional bailout fell on deaf ears.
As the U.N. General Assembly convenes this week in New York, several leaders of mostly Muslim nations are suggesting that the world body consider sanctions on blasphemy, amid widespread protests against an amateur movie that denigrates Islam’s Prophe
Germany has gone further down the 'renewables' path than any country in the world, and now it's paying the price
Bon Jovi And Andy Madadian From Iran- Us Citizens Please Stand By Iranian People - Made In China ☭ Must See! - Jesse Ventura's Speech For Gary Johnson - With Friends Like Israel, Who Needs Enemies? - Ron Paul's Campaign Site re-direct's to C4L
The mayor of Munich has tapped the first keg of beer to kick off the 179th traditional German folk festival Oktoberfest. With only two blows of his hammer and a cry of "O'zapft is" — "It's Tapped" — Mayor Christian Ude inserted the first tap into the
Today RT News presenter Karen Tararche interviewed Daily Bell Chief Editor, Anthony Wile, live on-air about the violent uprisings underway across the Muslim world, purportedly in response to an obscure anti-Muslim video, "Innocence of Muslims," about
A look at protests and events around the world Friday connected to the anti-Islam film "Innocence of Muslims," produced in the United States, and vulgar caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published in a French satirical weekly.
Demonstrators who gathered outside the US embassy in Islamabad to protest against an amateur video mocking Islam have dispersed peacefully.
Whenever a major leap is made in pure mathematics, the question always leads to "Cool, but what does this mean for me?"
As if depressing PMI data out of China overnight was not enough (it was certainly enough to send the Shanghai Composite tumbling 2.08% to 2024.8 and just off fresh 4 year lows), we then got Europe to join in the fray with a composite PMI print of 45.
A month ago we warned that loan delinquencies in Spain were bad and getting worse at a concerning rate.
Oil is dropping rapidly once again - while the rest of its commodity peers remain tied to the USD movements this week.
French Magazine Portrays Prophet Mohammad Naked In Cartoons, Set To Further Infuriate Muslim World