Day: November 11, 2012

US army builds its own 3D printerScience & Space

US army builds its own 3D printer

The US military is developing its own 3D printer that it can use to produce spare parts for spacecraft. By
ERIC CANTOR: I Knew About The Petraeus Scandal Two Weeks Ago And I Didn’t Say AnythingRandom News

ERIC CANTOR: I Knew About The Petraeus Scandal Two Weeks Ago And I Didn’t Say Anything

By Henry Blodget The resignation of General David Petraeus has already become politicized, with Congress furious about not being brought
Denver mailman mistakes corpse for Halloween decorationRandom News

Denver mailman mistakes corpse for Halloween decoration

The United States Postal Service acknowledged on Friday that one of its mail carriers did not report a corpse at
Petraeus may be called in U.S. inquiry on Benghazi: FeinsteinRandom News

Petraeus may be called in U.S. inquiry on Benghazi: Feinstein

Despite an adultery scandal that ended David Petraeus’ tenure as CIA chief, the general may be called to testify in
Intel will end support for Oregon Boy Scouts over Scouts’ policy on gaysRandom News

Intel will end support for Oregon Boy Scouts over Scouts’ policy on gays

By Mike Rogoway Boy Scouts in Oregon have few benefactors more generous than Intel, which has awarded hundreds of thousands
Mayans Demand End of Doomsday Myth as it is just a Money ScamConspiracy or Not

Mayans Demand End of Doomsday Myth as it is just a Money Scam

As 21 December 2012 is coming closer, which is supposed to mark the end of an era which has lead
U.S. on edge over Human Rights Council electionRandom News

U.S. on edge over Human Rights Council election

The United States has launched a last-minute scramble for votes to secure its spot on the UN Human Rights Council
Fire breaks out at FitzPatrick Nuclear StationRandom News

Fire breaks out at FitzPatrick Nuclear Station

An “unusual event” was declared at the FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant in Oswego County after a transformer fire Sunday morning.
Polish police clash with protesters on national holidayRandom News

Polish police clash with protesters on national holiday

By Marcin Goettig Riot police in the Polish capital used truncheons and rubber bullets on Sunday to break up a
When former CIA chief David Petraeus enraged the Israel lobbyRandom News

When former CIA chief David Petraeus enraged the Israel lobby

There has been fulsome praise for General David Petraeus since he resigned yesterday as head of the CIA after the
Waffle House CEO accused of forcing employee to perform sex actsRandom News

Waffle House CEO accused of forcing employee to perform sex acts

A former personal assistant of Waffle House’s CEO accused him of forcing her to “perform sexual services,” among other degrading
Big Pharma Testing Oxycontin On Children as Young as 6 to Keep PatentFood & Health News

Big Pharma Testing Oxycontin On Children as Young as 6 to Keep Patent

Elizabeth Renter Infowars.com You’ve likely heard of OxyContin; it’s that heavy duty narcotic painkiller, the one that has spurred the
Citigroup to pay 15.5 million to former CEO Vikram PanditEconomy & Money

Citigroup to pay 15.5 million to former CEO Vikram Pandit

Citigroup said it will pay USD 15.5 million to Vikram Pandit, its former chief executive who resigned from company last