Day: June 27, 2013

Larry King: ‘I’ve never had power – people who own the cameras have all the power’More News

Larry King: ‘I’ve never had power – people who own the cameras have all the power’

A television guru and legendary interviewer, he spent 25 years with CNN, retired and then came back with more shows,
First Unlooted Royal Tomb of Its Kind Unearthed in PeruRandom News

First Unlooted Royal Tomb of Its Kind Unearthed in Peru

By Heather Pringle It was a stunning discovery: the first unlooted imperial tomb of the Wari, the ancient civilization that
Ecuador snubs US trade ‘blackmail’ over Snowden, offers human rights trainingMore News

Ecuador snubs US trade ‘blackmail’ over Snowden, offers human rights training

Ecuador renounced trade benefits which the US threatened to revoke over the Latin American country’s consideration of harboring NSA leaker
Obama: US won’t send fighter jets to intercept Snowden flightsInteresting News

Obama: US won’t send fighter jets to intercept Snowden flights

The US will not try to intercept NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s flight, President Barack Obama said during his tour to
Tim Berners-Lee: internet freedom must be safeguardedMore News

Tim Berners-Lee: internet freedom must be safeguarded

Sir Tim Berners-Lee has said his invention of the world wide web should be safeguarded from being controlled by governments
Study links fracking with methane-contaminated drinking waterFood & Health News

Study links fracking with methane-contaminated drinking water

Household drinking water that comes from wells near known fracking sites contains levels of methane six times greater than what’s
Boston Marathon bombing suspect charged with multiple murders, WMD useTerrorism

Boston Marathon bombing suspect charged with multiple murders, WMD use

Boston Bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev has been officially charged with killing four people and using weapons of mass destruction, federal
CIA head paid secret visit to Moscow days before Snowden arrivedConspiracy or Not

CIA head paid secret visit to Moscow days before Snowden arrived

CIA Director John Brennan paid an unannounced visit to Moscow on Wednesday and Thursday, sources told Interfax on Friday. Russian
US-Japan war games off the California coast imitate Chinese invasionWar News

US-Japan war games off the California coast imitate Chinese invasion

The US and Japan are preparing for a possible Chinese invasion of the Senkaku Islands. Using a small island off
Left-leaning Alternet wildly discredits itself by headlining vitamin doomsday propagandaFood & Health News

Left-leaning Alternet wildly discredits itself by headlining vitamin doomsday propaganda

by Mike Adams When it comes to watching online publishers self destruct, it doesn’t get any more bizarre than this.
50,000 dead Oregon bees to be honored in memorial serviceRandom News

50,000 dead Oregon bees to be honored in memorial service

A Portland resident is creating quite the buzz by hosting a memorial ceremony dedicated to the 50,000 bumblebees that died
The Obamacare Insurance Exchange Train Is Already Coming Off The RailsRandom News

The Obamacare Insurance Exchange Train Is Already Coming Off The Rails

By Sally Pipes Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.) raised eyebrows across the country last month when he publicly fretted about an
Gitmo protester arrested after scaling White House fenceRandom News

Gitmo protester arrested after scaling White House fence

Diane Wilson, a member of the activism group Code Pink, was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Washington, according to the organization’s
New Jersey hospital deports unconscious stroke victimRandom News

New Jersey hospital deports unconscious stroke victim

A US hospital deported an unconscious stroke victim after noticing that the patient was an undocumented immigrant from Poland. Polish