Did you know that the Federal Reserve pays an annual 6% dividend to its shareholders, i.e., the member banks of the cartel?
Mel Gibson is returning to his Australian roots to direct his first film in a decade, the true story of a conscientious objector who saved 75 men during the Battle of Okinawa in World War II.
Fans and media members are skeptical of the most polarizing Philadelphia Eagle Tim Tebow, who was seen shirtless doing an unorthodox summer workout via Twitter on Wednesday.
The White House denies it's freeing Jonathan Pollard as a salve to Israelis angry at the Iran deal, but the timing is curious--and ex-counterintelligence officials are against the move.
Erdogan: Peace Process Is 'Impossible'
On July 1, the Spanish Government went to "Full Police State", with enactment of law forbidding dissent and unauthorized photos of law enforcement.
Anyone who thought Greece's third bailout program was a done deal or that, at the very least, the market would get a few months of respite before having to grapple with daily Grexit headlines again, got a rude awakening late last week
A former White House official says the United States cannot stand independent countries, such as Russia and Iran, because they are a threat to Washington's unilateral actions.
Hillary Clinton talks of cracking down on the gig economy. Donald Trump speaks of telling American corporations where they can and can't do business abroad. Bernie Sanders says we have too many deodorant choices. They all speak about immigrants as
It might feel really good to hear people tell you that Bitcoin will, at any moment now, rid us all of State oppression. It probably brings joy to many to hear that all we need to do for freedom is live peacefully, and make babies.
Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro García Padilla is trying to put a Band-Aid over a gaping fiscal wound.
National Review has a fraught relationship with National Socialism. In recent years, the magazine has taken to likening liberals and socialists to fascists and Nazis.
Pin it on the pimps, say the signers of an open letter to Amnesty International .
Florida Gun Supply in Inverness, Fla., has declared its store is a "Muslim-free zone" in response to the shooting in Chattanooga, Tenn. Video provided by Newsy Newslook
NEW YORK -- An appeals court says the public can't see the testimony a grand jury heard before declining to indict a police officer in the chokehold death of Eric Garner.
Swords into Plowshares: A Life in Wartime and a Future of Peace and Prosperity, by Ron Paul, Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, 2015, 237 pages, paperback.
The data, collected with a new instrument, revealed a giant black hole in an otherwise normal, distant galaxy, called CID-947. Because its light had to travel a very long distance, the scientists were observing it at a period when the universe was l
Total Collapse: Greece Reverts To Barter Economy For First Time Since Nazi Occupation
One week ago, our post "China's Record Dumping Of US Treasuries Leaves Goldman Speechless" which revealed an unexpected plunge in China's foreign exchange reserves...
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16 Months after Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared off the coast of Malaysia, The Telegraph reports that fragments of a wing washed up in the French island of Reunion (near Madagascar) could be wreckage from the missing plane, according to an
The Reality Of A Massive Market Crash: "I Have Lost Everything… I Don't Know What To Do… I Trusted the Government Too Much…"
We Finally Know What Graphene Is Good For: Origami
The Chinese navy shows off its skills during military drills in the South China Sea
'Most gay porn stars are straight and women earn WAY more money than men': Stars of adult film reveal industry secrets in controversial Reddit thread
Like a lot of teenagers, Aanya Nigam reflexively shares her whereabouts, activities and thoughts on Twitter, Instagram and other social networks without a qualm.
An impressive coalition has formed to oppose a new surveillance bill masquerading as cybersecurity legislation.
KINGSTON, NY, 29 July 2015--By any measure, the Chinese equity markets are in turmoil. The Shanghai Index, up 150 percent in a year and down some 30 percent since mid-June, was hit hard again Monday, losing another 8.5 percent -- its second-biggest
Over the course of six painful months of negotitations between Athens and its creditors, one concern lurking in the background was whether the IMF would be on board with a third program for Greece.
CINCINNATI -- A University of Cincinnati police officer who shot a motorist after stopping him over a missing front license plate pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of murder and involuntary manslaughter.
The Department of Defense announced Wednesday that Cerner had been awarded a coveted $4.3 billion, 10-year contract to overhaul the Pentagon's electronic health records for millions of active military members and retirees.
Everyone has to do some serious soul-searching when it comes to dealing with the cops. This is especially true for African-Americans, given that police departments seem to have attracted a disproportionate share of racial bigots to that line of work.
Seattle resident Nathaniel Caylor wears a large, conspicuous metal appliance on the right side of his face, a souvenir of a May 5, 2009 incident in which Seattle Police Officer Eugene Shubeck tried to murder him in front of his twenty-month-old son,
Israel gave final approval on Wednesday for plans to build 300 new homes in a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, announcing the move as it carried out a court demolition order against two vacant apartment blocks in the same enclave.
Billy Ray Wheelock is one of the "Obama Eight," a group of former prisoners who were all convicted of drug crimes and among the first to have their sentences commuted by President Obama. Nathan Armes, Aaron Nah
Protests are clear signal that regulations designed to create a legal framework for app-based ride services have not put an end to city's simmering dispute
Corporate staff are reviewing top-secret data and helping uniformed colleagues decide whether people under surveillance are enemies or civilians
This exercise illustrates the tragedy of the commons, and is very similar to other exercises (such as the "prisoner's dilemma"). In cases like these, there's a public resource that people can freely use to benefit themselves.
During his term in office, former Premier Zhu Rongji stated, "The stock market needs to help lift SOEs out of poverty." The CCP set a goal of pulling SOEs out of poverty within three years via use of the stock market. It then went about it by lis
July 29th - Aug 3rd 2015 near Baca Meadows in northeast Arizona. Come hang out and Camp anywhere! Where spontaneous order happens naturally, without any force, coercion, or aggression...
If yesterday's 3 Year auction was far stronger than expected, then today's 5 Year auction was an absolute whopper...
Agent provocateurs deliver dud bomb to Florida man
Clark said, "I would like to be optimistic but our country has been sliding down this slippery slope for too long. It appears that we are doomed to become 'a tangle of squabbling nationalities.'"
Driving home today I got lost and made a wrong turn. In an unfamiliar area I drove slowly but made the mistake of not seeing a poorly marked one way.
Officer charged with assault by his own chief
If you type "is Pope Francis antichrist" into Google, you'll get about 425,000 results in .37 seconds. By way of comparison, if you ask Google the same question about Pope Benedict you only get 137,000 and it takes a little longer--.47 seconds.