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Day: February 26, 2014

Supreme Court hands police more power to conduct warrantless house searchesPolice State

Supreme Court hands police more power to conduct warrantless house searches

The US Supreme Court has ruled that police may search a home without obtaining a warrant despite the objection of
Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox goes dark in blow to virtual currencyEconomy & Money

Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox goes dark in blow to virtual currency

By Ruairidh Villar Mt. Gox, once the world’s biggest bitcoin exchange, abruptly stopped trading on Tuesday and its chief executive
Apple security flaw could be a backdoor for the NSA?Big Brother

Apple security flaw could be a backdoor for the NSA?

Was the National Security Agency exploiting two just-discovered security flaws to hack into the iPhones and Apple computers of certain
Another “Successful Banker” Found Dead – Nine In Total NowConspiracy or Not

Another “Successful Banker” Found Dead – Nine In Total Now

The dismal trail of dead bankers continues. As The Journal Star reports, a successful Lincoln businessman and member of a
South Carolina city requires fees and permits to feed the homelessFood & Health News

South Carolina city requires fees and permits to feed the homeless

After more than a decade of feeding the homeless in Columbia, South Carolina, one group’s tradition could be in danger
More airborne radiation confirmed near New Mexico nuclear siteInteresting News

More airborne radiation confirmed near New Mexico nuclear site

About one week after a leak resulted in record levels of radiation near the United States’ first nuclear waste depository,
Bush cyberczar: NSA created ‘the potential for a police state’More News

Bush cyberczar: NSA created ‘the potential for a police state’

The former cyber advisor under President George W. Bush had some harsh words for the United States National Security Agency
Florida woman forced to use city utilities instead of private solar panels, rainwaterMore News

Florida woman forced to use city utilities instead of private solar panels, rainwater

A Cape Coral, Florida woman living “off the grid” was ordered last week by a magistrate to hook up to
Popular painkiller increases risk of ADHD in children, study findsFood & Health News

Popular painkiller increases risk of ADHD in children, study finds

Over-the-counter pain relievers made with acetaminophen are among the most widely-sold in the United States, but concerns raised by a
Americans trash about 1/3 of their food, worth $161bn – USDAFood & Health News

Americans trash about 1/3 of their food, worth $161bn – USDA

About 30 percent of the 430 billion pounds of food produced in the United States is wasted, an incredible statistic,