This 30 minute report bewilders the mind how far past George Orwell's 1984 the Police State is about to become with a supercomputer in real time using artificial intelligence to anticipate our every move. It concludes that the non-elites must figure
Given the way that the Wall Street Journal and its biggest client, the National Association of Realtors keep you in the dark and feed you manure, they must think you are a mushroom.
This is the question that astute investors are forced to ask themselves these days. No reasonable person believes that a system of ever-expanding debt can resolve painlessly. It simply cannot happen… not, at least, until 2+2 stops equaling four.
After nearly seven months of negotiations, the United States and Cuba are announcing Wednesday an agreement to reopen embassies in Washington and Havana later this month, in the latest move to end decades of hostility.
Will it be truthful? What will they show, anything new? Will it help the cause? Or will it twist/omit things, change the context?
Now explosive helium is leaking from massive earthquake fault under Los Angeles
With Americans set to celebrate Independence Day this weekend, Mark Dice illustrated that many beachgoers in San Diego don't even know when the Declaration of Independence was signed or what the 4th of July even represents.
HAVANA -- Like many of his countrymen, Jorge Angulo hopes the United States will lift the decades-old economic embargo against Cuba.
A solar-powered plane that is attempting to cross the Pacific Ocean is encountering its first weather front.
Ah, the great outdoors! Summer is fast approaching and camping season is upon us! If you're going to a populated campsite, you're probably in for pretty smooth sailing.
Europe is steps ahead of the rest of the world in its initiative to 'go green', with the European Union committing to some of the boldest renewable energy goals out there.
Major water supplier Niagra Bottling recently announced that one of their springs was contaminated by E-Coli, causing many leading bottled water companies to recall their products.
In the first study of its kind, UCLA and United Kingdom researchers found that neurons in a specific brain region play a key role in rapidly forming memories about every day events, a finding that may result in a better understanding of memory loss a
TOKYO-- Global shares rose Wednesday as investors awaited further developments after Greece failed to make a debt repayment due Tuesday.
The World Economic Forum released a report this week examining how fintech startups--the venture-backed upstarts out to reinvent financial services--are changing the finance industry.
VIENNA-- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohamad Javad Zarif sit down for more talks in Vienna, on Wednesday, a day after Iran nuclear negotiators extended their deadline for an agreement to July 7.
Email bombshells from Hillary's secret account show she didn't know when cabinet meetings were held, was dumbfounded by a fax machine and emailed aides to fetch her iced tea
[Editor's note: This letter was written by a Greek-American friend of Simon's who is currently living near Athens.]
Two months ago California governor Jerry Brown signed legislation on water usage for residents in the state.
A new and highly-needed scientific review has found that there's no real evidence linking water fluoridation with cavity prevention, further proving that the IQ-damaging substance known as sodium fluoride truly does not have a place in our water su
Blogger: "To crush us is their aim"
How did True Detective star Vince Vaughn go from amiable Wedding Crasher to gun-slinging NRA poster boy?
- Puerto Rico Governor says island cannot pay its $72 billion debt - Puerto Rico debt 15 times per capita median debt of the 50 U.S. states - Complicated arrangements misled bond investors to believe their funds were secure - Share price of bond i
1,000 Greek bank branches chanced a stampede in order to open their doors to the country's retirees on Wednesday.
In withdrawing from negotiations with Greece's international creditors and holding a referendum on whether Greece should adopt the further austerity required by the lenders' financial aid package, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras figuratively pull
A U.S. court has ruled that the eavesdropping National Security Agency can temporarily resume its bulk collection of Americans' telephone records, according to documents made public on Tuesday.
From the Slope of Hope: I wanted to do a post that had nothing to do with Greece or charts, just for a change of pace. Because I don't know about you, but after the past 72 hours, I'm exhausted!
U.S. on high alert for Independence Day events
Father of three had less than an ounce of marijuana A marine corps veteran faces life in prison for cultivating marijuana plants while he lived in Oklahoma, plants which he relied on to treat severe post-traumatic stress disorder.
Another arm of Donald J. Trump's business empire is suffering repercussions from his presidential run: his fashion line.
What do zombies, halitosis and dams have in common? Not much, you might think. But this unlikely trinity cropped up at an event in London, United Kingdom, earlier this week to illustrate the different characteristics of corruption.
Sue Reninger, a managing partner at a firm specializing in food marketing from Columbus Ohio, believes that people are willing to pay more for their groceries because, "Kroger shoppers are considered smart, savvy [while] Walmart shoppers are regard
Nasir Sbohani has found a new drug that keeps him sober and on the path of righteous living: giving haircuts to the homeless.
Financial experts in New York, London, and Brussels have tut-tutted Greece's economic travails as Athens considers its future with the European Union. Why did they borrow so much money? How can they ever pay it back? Do they think that much debt is
When it comes to communicating with each other, some cells may be more "old school" than was previously thought.
The destruction of an unmanned rocket on Sunday comes at a tricky time for NASA and the International Space Station
In just about every industrial factory you'll see them: huge lead pipes. These move fluid--often super hot, or even steamed water.
In the game of anonymity-versus-surveillance online, the discovery of the user's IP address usually means game over.
The Tour de France is like a good bouillabaisse, the traditional Mediterranean seafood stew. Take out one ingredient, and it does not taste the same.
Well, it wasn't exactly a Black Monday, unless you live in Greece where the banks and the stock market are closed.
EMP-Proof Your Radio Comms With a USGI Ammo Can Inexpensively
This article made me think maybe things are changing for the better and with the sales and statistics showing state wise that will likely make marijuana more mainstream and put an end to this failure known as "The War on Drugs".
"House and Senate plans would halt a practice that allows law enforcement to seize property from someone accused, but not convicted, of certain crimes.
The UK will be breaking international law unless smacking is completely banned, Britain's four official children's commissioners have insisted.
Ever wonder why the biggest market for pick-up trucks (that's us, the U.S.) has so few trucks available?
Late Friday night a solid blow was struck for sound money, free markets and limited government by a most unlikely force.
Forget about the Confederate flag, what about false flags?