Day: August 21, 2013

NSA has ability to read 75% of all US internet traffic – reportBig Brother

NSA has ability to read 75% of all US internet traffic – report

Newly unveiled National Security Agency programs detail how the US government has the ability to monitor approximately 75 per cent
Autopsy Shows Journalist Michael Hastings Had Drugs In System At Time Of CrashInteresting News

Autopsy Shows Journalist Michael Hastings Had Drugs In System At Time Of Crash

Now many websites are saying he started using drugs before his crash but I don’t believe that. His family said
US still scrambling to determine scope of what Snowden accessedInteresting News

US still scrambling to determine scope of what Snowden accessed

The National Security Agency is still baffled by the extent of information Edward Snowden accessed, according to a new report.
The Mysterious Toynbee TilesThe Unknown

The Mysterious Toynbee Tiles

The Toynbee tiles (also called Toynbee plaques) are messages of unknown origin found embedded in asphalt of streets in about
NRA built massive database of gun owners while opposing national gun registryInteresting News

NRA built massive database of gun owners while opposing national gun registry

The National Rifle Association has frightened Americans about the prospect of a federal registry of firearm owners, but the NRA
New record: Federal Reserve owes more than $2 trillion in US debtEconomy & Money

New record: Federal Reserve owes more than $2 trillion in US debt

The United States Federal Reserve has set a new record, but it’s not one exactly worth celebrating. For the first
Satellites glimpse ultra-powerful “black hole” whirlpools in AtlanticThe Unknown

Satellites glimpse ultra-powerful “black hole” whirlpools in Atlantic

By Chris Hal Satellites have shown two mysterious ‘black hole’ whirlpools in the South Atlantic ocean – ultra powerful “vortexes”
‘Multiple gunshot wounds’: Boston bombing suspect’s severe injuries revealedInteresting News

‘Multiple gunshot wounds’: Boston bombing suspect’s severe injuries revealed

Multiple bullets fired during the capture of surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev caused severe injuries, including skull fracture,
San Francisco threatens to sue Nevada for releasing hundreds of psychiatric patients to CaliforniaRandom News

San Francisco threatens to sue Nevada for releasing hundreds of psychiatric patients to California

The city of San Francisco is threatening Nevada with a class-action lawsuit for allegedly giving 500 poor and homeless psychiatric
Illegal Aliens Demand Free Organ TransplantsFood & Health News

Illegal Aliens Demand Free Organ Transplants

Illegal immigrants have boldly demanded everything from civil rights in the U.S. to driver’s licenses and government benefits such as
Detroit police adopt ‘stop-and-frisk’Police State

Detroit police adopt ‘stop-and-frisk’

The controversial “stop-and-frisk” tactic used by the New York Police Department could be coming to the Motor City: law enforcement
Al Gore Likens Global Warming Deniers to Slavery, Apartheid PerpetratorsRandom News

Al Gore Likens Global Warming Deniers to Slavery, Apartheid Perpetrators

By Leslie Larson Al Gore dished out some harsh words for global warming skeptics, likening the deniers of the environmental
Damascus Gas Attack: Is this the Event that pulls the US into Syria?Terrorism

Damascus Gas Attack: Is this the Event that pulls the US into Syria?

By Dominic Evans Syrian activists accused President Bashar al-Assad’s forces of launching a nerve gas attack that killed at least
US drone pilot demand outstrips supplyWar News

US drone pilot demand outstrips supply

The US Air Force is now facing a shortage in the number of pilots able to operate the military’s quickly
Texas can’t afford paved roads, replaces them with gravelMore News

Texas can’t afford paved roads, replaces them with gravel

Officials in Texas this week began converting 83 miles of asphalt road to unpaved lanes of gravel. Years of heavy
Wrongly convicted: Chicago man sues city, police after serving 17 years in prisonPolice State

Wrongly convicted: Chicago man sues city, police after serving 17 years in prison

An innocent man spent nearly two decades in prison for a crime he did not commit after police in Chicago,
Al Jazeera America launches, sues AT&TRandom News

Al Jazeera America launches, sues AT&T

Al Jazeera America, the latest offshoot of the Middle Eastern media empire, launched Tuesday afternoon with a flurry of live