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According to Fox Business reporter Shibani Joshi, renewables are successful in Germany and not in the U.S. because Germany has “got a lot more sun than we do.”
As part of its Future of Home Living, PSFK shows the GreenHood from Italian glam-kitchen designer Snaidero and appliance-maker Falmec. They say it " helps eliminates odors while sanitizing the air around it, using a technology ......
Despite trend in local, "authentic" foods, many aren't what they seem.
Green Polkadot Box sells kid's toothpaste with ingredient causing gastrointestinal inflammation, ulcerations, lesions and colon cancer in laboratory animals.
If you or someone you know has a child that has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), chances are the child is actually just fine.
The name card at the Senate hearing read, “Hon. General Keith B. Alexander,” but layering on the extra honorific title was not enough to change the sad reality that the National Security Agency’s director — a proven prevaricator — was not “honorable.
I recently watched an episode of "48 Hours" called "The War in Chicago". The entire episode can be viewed here:
Today the US Senate voted unanimously in favor of a Lindsey Graham resolution, S.Res.65, which "[s]trongly support(s) the full implementation of United States and international sanctions on Iran and urg[es] the President to continue to strengthen enf
From calorie counting to high-protein diets
You know that gold bear market that the financial press keeps touting? The one George Soros keeps proclaiming? Well, it is not there.
Focus on the network evening news. This is where the staging is done well.
Recently, news reporters have been sounding almost giddy, saying that unemployment is dropping, housing prices are rising and the stock market is growing to new highs. But, these reports do not ring true with what people see around them. When you loo
We’re going to start from square one – and rebuild the crime scene at Boston. There are certain initial reports from Boston have for the most part been scrubbed from the media record – not being acknowledged or pursued by all major corporate media an
A clarification of detail that has come up as I work on an interactive map of the week in Boston:
New platforms for fact-checking and reputation scoring aim to better channel social media’s power in the wake of a disaster.
A recent scientific paper that concluded imported rice was heavily contaminated with lead has been suddenly withdrawn by its author.
Early this morning, IB Times and Russia Today had ‘confirmed’ with Boston Police that the Boston Marathon suspect still evading police was indeed Sunil Tripathi. Now, in a 180 move, the suspect has changed to Dzhokar A. Tsarnaev based on a new AP rep
Images of men from private security firm confirm eyewitness reports of exercise
Boston is now in a state of near-chaos over the Boston marathon bombing investigation.
The big banks are breathlessly proclaiming that now is the time to sell your gold.
As an establishment site, the warmongering Politico has always hated and feared Ron Paul. Here is their latest attack, within the context of a broader article.
Firearms 3D printer Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed and the Wiki Weapon project has been making wave after wave with every one of his statements, updates, videos and blog posts. He’s been making the circles, with an interview with Vice Magazine an
For those who asked for a quick summary of the main point of "The Most Dangerous Superstition"--and most of what I talk about--here it is.
In an article titled, "Use of Food Stamps Swells Even as Economy Improves," the Wall Street Journal reports that "The financial crisis is over and the recession ended in 2009.
The Bush administration’s primary justification for launching the Iraq War is thought, probably correctly, to be an alleged WMD program that did not exist.
Ten years ago this week, the U.S. invaded Iraq, citing intelligence that turned out to be bogus.
Federal spending once again dominated the debate in Washington last week, as House Republicans and Senate Democrats began work on their ten-year budget plans
Never before in the history of tracking red tide in Florida have so many manatees died as a result of exposure. Despite this concerning fact, 'experts' are towing the party line that there are no human harms associated with long-term exposure.
Lawyers will tell you there is no such thing as an open-and-shut case, but when a company's insurance doesn't cover the very items the company is selling, it sure seems like open-and-shut to us.