On the same morning a congressional staffer told investors in a private call that odds were improving for a government decision that would help medical insurers, trading spiked in a major health-care company.
Cyber-espionage targeting U.S. government and business entities appears “to be attributable to the Chinese government and military,” the Pentagon charged Monday in the U.S. government’s most explicit public accusation to date against Beijing.
Start watching at 50 seconds. Brand new video. CBS 60 Minutes interviewed Julia Davis at length – and then cancelled the scheduled airing – because of political pressure.
A US Senator has stated on record that he believes the Department of Homeland Security is intentionally attempting to exhaust civilian supplies of ammunition by buying huge bulk amounts, as documented by Infowars for some months.
In war and gun legislation, much is made about magazine capacity. It would seem this has always been the case and though practically anyone who teaches self-defense would tell you more rounds are preferred in any conceivable attack
This Infowars reporter interviewed several residents in Watertown, Massachusetts who suffered through the criminal police siege of their town
Experience the Thrill of Being Spied on Via Warrantless Data Mining, Wiretaps, and Facial Recognition
American astronauts could be forced to fly on Russian spacecraft beyond 2017 if Congress continues to cut funding for private crewed vehicles, NASA chief Charles Bolden says.
Surprisingly, ham radio is something that has not been entirely messed up by state action. As a matter of fact, it has avoided most of the crazy rules that have affected commercial broadcasting and commercial two-way radio in recent years.
A former FBI counterterrorism agent claims on CNN that this is the case
In court where civilians have no representative, government's "national security" claims win again and again
Do you actually believe that the central banks of the world are going to sit back and do nothing while their monopoly over money creation is being threatened?
Abortionist Kermit Gosnell Not an Anomaly Details on how Dr. Kermit Gosnell dispatched babies who survived late term abortions by “snipping their spinal cords” are as grisly as any contemporary “slasher film.” Unfortunately, the practice of dispos
Organic farmers have yet another environmental hazard to contend with, this time compliments of the U.S. government in the form of chemtrails.
The Postal Service next year will offer healthcare coverage to its temporary employees to comply with the Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare.
$1 million dollar hotline characterizes dissent as extremist threat
Here they go again. The Obama administration has asked its allies in Congress to introduce legislation that would permit the feds to continue their march through the Fourth Amendment when it comes to obtaining private information about all of us.
For someone who single-handedly brought about the landmark Heller decision, it is nearly incomprehensible Robert Levy penned the atrocity that appeared under his name in the New York Times.
A secretive federal court last year approved all of the 1,856 requests to search or electronically surveil people within the United States “for foreign intelligence purposes,” the Justice Department reported this week.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed legislation aimed at taking handguns and assault rifles away from 20,000 Californians who acquired them legally
According to the Associated Press, new billboards in northern Colorado are controversial for using the fate of the Native Americans as an illustration of the dangers of gun control.
As the Senate moves toward likely passage of legislation to allow states to tax Internet sales, some unusual coalitions continue to push for and against the bill. Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, is for it.
A new poll finds that many Americans are confused about the health care overhaul legislation commonly called “Obamacare.”
The Government Accountability Office tells Whispers it is now investigating large ammunition purchases made by the Department of Homeland Security.
It isn’t often that communications companies push back against government requests to monitor customers and hand over information about them
Risking arrest isn’t the only obstacle for Northern California protesters — under a new rule about to go into effect, political demonstrators could lose their right to ride public transportation.
ACLU charges that bills that target actions against logging companies "effectively criminalize civil disobedience for one particular group."
Virginia does not have to allow people outside its borders to take advantage of the commonwealth’s Freedom of Information Act, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
Why the Post Office can’t deliver the mail