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Month: August 2014

World’s most pierced man turned away from Dubai over ‘black magic’ concernsRandom News

World’s most pierced man turned away from Dubai over ‘black magic’ concerns

Rolf Buchholz, a German famed for having 453 piercings and an implanted pair of horns, was prevented from entering Dubai
National Guard troops arrive at Texas border with MexicoInteresting News

National Guard troops arrive at Texas border with Mexico

Texas National Guard troops have started staking out positions along the state’s border with Mexico, as Governor Rick Perry aims
Major Corporation Calling GMOs All Natural Targeted for False AdvertisingFood & Health News

Major Corporation Calling GMOs All Natural Targeted for False Advertising

Did you know that your Heinz ketchup, which the company claims is ‘all natural,’ is really full of toxic, genetically
LED Lights In Airports Can Record Video & Sound?Big Brother

LED Lights In Airports Can Record Video & Sound?

Here is a relevant article I found about Newark airport: There are new LED lights greeting passengers at Newark Liberty
DEA covertly paid hundreds of thousands for open information on train passengersFeatured News

DEA covertly paid hundreds of thousands for open information on train passengers

A United States senator is asking the US Drug Enforcement Agency to explain how an employee for the Amtrak train
Secret programs to stay secret: Court sides with NSA in surveillance lawsuitBig Brother

Secret programs to stay secret: Court sides with NSA in surveillance lawsuit

A federal judge in California sided mostly with the United States government this week in a decision handed down concerning
Robin Williams death confirmed a suicideInteresting News

Robin Williams death confirmed a suicide

Actor and comedian Robin Williams died of a suicide, police now confirm, and believe asphyxia due to hanging was the
Pittsburgh airport to host fracking sites starting this monthMore News

Pittsburgh airport to host fracking sites starting this month

The floundering Pittsburgh International Airport is expected to soon begin earning nearly a quarter of its annual operating budget by