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Day: December 11, 2013

NSA seeks to ‘convert’ students into intelligence workBig Brother

NSA seeks to ‘convert’ students into intelligence work

The US National Security Agency has hundreds of teens and college students on its payroll, thanks to a recruiting effort
Nelson Mandela Family Finally Gives Up Charade and Admits Mandela DeadConspiracy or Not

Nelson Mandela Family Finally Gives Up Charade and Admits Mandela Dead

by Rebecca Savastio The Nelson Mandela family has finally given up their charade and admitted that Nelson Mandela is dead
Congressmen Call For Declassification Of 9/11 Files Discussing Hijacker Links To Saudi GovernmentInteresting News

Congressmen Call For Declassification Of 9/11 Files Discussing Hijacker Links To Saudi Government

By Jamie Reno Since terrorists attacked the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, victims’ loved ones, injured survivors, and members
Data sharing among US law enforcement agencies is in ‘chaos’Police State

Data sharing among US law enforcement agencies is in ‘chaos’

The sharing of intelligence among American law enforcement agencies in the wake of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks is
Uruguay legalizes sale and production of marijuanaMore News

Uruguay legalizes sale and production of marijuana

Uruguay has become the first country in the world to legalize both the sale and production of marijuana. President Jose
Sumatra coastal cave records stunning tsunami historyRandom News

Sumatra coastal cave records stunning tsunami history

By Jonathan Amos A cave on the northwestern coast of Sumatra holds a remarkable record of big tsunamis in the
Ceiling microphones and inner-body microchips: Google engineer predicts company’s next stepsScience & Space

Ceiling microphones and inner-body microchips: Google engineer predicts company’s next steps

Google has put supercomputers in the pockets of millions of Americans and plans to have self-driving cars soon navigating the
200,000 people apply to live on MarsScience & Space

200,000 people apply to live on Mars

By Elizabeth Landau If you have ambitions of being one of the first people on Mars, listen up: A Dutch