Day: January 16, 2014

NSA able to target offline computers using radio-wavesFeatured News

NSA able to target offline computers using radio-waves

The National Security Agency has implanted software in about 100,000 computers around the world, allowing the United States to surveil
29 Signs That The Elite Are Transforming Society Into A Total Domination Control GridNWO

29 Signs That The Elite Are Transforming Society Into A Total Domination Control Grid

(TheTruth) The elite want to tightly control almost everything that we do, say and think.  When most people think of
WikiLeaks reveals secret draft of TPP environment chapterMore News

WikiLeaks reveals secret draft of TPP environment chapter

The environment protection provisions in the draft of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement will not be enforceable, says
‘Massive’ low-flying helicopter to test radiation levels in BaltimoreInteresting News

‘Massive’ low-flying helicopter to test radiation levels in Baltimore

The US Department of Homeland Security has deployed a helicopter to fly over Baltimore, Maryland to measure radiation levels and
Benghazi attack could have been averted – Senate reportTerrorism

Benghazi attack could have been averted – Senate report

The US Senate Intelligence Committee issued a report Wednesday which determined that the September 11, 2012 attack on a Libyan
Horrifying images of US Marines burning Iraqis prompt military investigationTerrorism

Horrifying images of US Marines burning Iraqis prompt military investigation

The Pentagon confirmed early Wednesday that a formal investigation has been launched after photographs began to surface purportedly showing US
Secret amendment in Congress keeps CIA in charge of deadly drone strikesWar News

Secret amendment in Congress keeps CIA in charge of deadly drone strikes

President Barack Obama said last May that control of the United States’ weaponized drone program would shift away from the
​34 nuclear missile launch officers implicated in cheating scandalScience & Space

​34 nuclear missile launch officers implicated in cheating scandal

The Air Force says 34 nuclear missile launch officers have now been implicated in a cheating scandal and have been
Feds accuse Walmart of threatening, intimidating employees who protest companyMore News

Feds accuse Walmart of threatening, intimidating employees who protest company

Federal officials issued a complaint against Walmart Wednesday, formally charging the corporate monolith of breaking US labor law when it
Monsanto readies first-ever GMO wheatFood & Health News

Monsanto readies first-ever GMO wheat

Biotech titan Monsanto has made significant advances in the development of herbicide-tolerant wheat, the company announced recently, and could have