Month: June 2015

The Federal Government Told Companies to Stop Selling Confederate FlagsFeatured News

The Federal Government Told Companies to Stop Selling Confederate Flags

We have a major issue in America! The government is telling companies that they can’t sell the Confederate Flags or
Proposed copyright bill could outlaw holiday snaps of EU landmarksInteresting News

Proposed copyright bill could outlaw holiday snaps of EU landmarks

A proposal for a new law brought before the European Parliament could outlaw online posting of photographs that include famous
Hollande says US spying ‘unacceptable’ after WikiLeaks report, ambassador summonedBig Brother

Hollande says US spying ‘unacceptable’ after WikiLeaks report, ambassador summoned

French President Francois Hollande has described reports from WikiLeaks that Washington spied on three French presidents as “unacceptable.” The French
I am sorry for the lives that I have taken – Boston Marathon bomberMore News

I am sorry for the lives that I have taken – Boston Marathon bomber

Convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev spoke in public for the first time since the April 2013 attack just before
Chilean granny carried calcified fetus for 50 yearsFood & Health News

Chilean granny carried calcified fetus for 50 years

A 92-year-old Chilean granny collapsed and was taken to hospital. Much to everybody’s surprise, routine testing showed she hadn’t broken
British spies moved from Russia, China after secret files crackedMore News

British spies moved from Russia, China after secret files cracked

UK intelligence agents have been moved because Russia and China have access to classified information which reveals how they operate,
Russia, China crack encryption on stolen Snowden filesFeatured News

Russia, China crack encryption on stolen Snowden files

Russian and Chinese government officials have reportedly accessed more than one million classified documents that were stolen by former National
US govt researching biometric tattoo ink recognitionFeatured News

US govt researching biometric tattoo ink recognition

Tattoos might be the next biometric frontier, with one in five Americans sporting ink these days. The FBI is partnering
CIA releases 9/11-related internal documentsInteresting News

CIA releases 9/11-related internal documents

Five documents assessing CIA conduct before and immediately after the 9/11 terror attacks were released Friday. The redacted files include
North Korea accuses US of anthrax attackTerrorism

North Korea accuses US of anthrax attack

North Korea has accused the US of trying to target its people by sending a live anthrax sample to a
Reports of synthetic marijuana poisoning up 229% in 2015Food & Health News

Reports of synthetic marijuana poisoning up 229% in 2015

Spice, K2 and other synthetic cannabinoids are marketed as safe, legal alternatives to marijuana, but calls to US poison control
US Army Website Hacked by Syrian Electronic ArmyInteresting News

US Army Website Hacked by Syrian Electronic Army

A hacker group backing the Syrian government claimed responsibility for hacking the official website of the US Army, just hours
Inspectors audit shows TSA failed to vet 73 workers ‘linked to terrorism’Terrorism

Inspectors audit shows TSA failed to vet 73 workers ‘linked to terrorism’

The Transportation Security Administration failed to identify 73 airport workers whose names appeared on a government terrorism watch list. Of
Man jailed at Rikers Island without charges for 3 years commits suicidePolice State

Man jailed at Rikers Island without charges for 3 years commits suicide

Kalief Browder, arrested for stealing a backpack and jailed at the infamously violent Rikers Island prison in New York City
Military Helicopter Urban Training in Downtown Flint, MichiganInteresting News

Military Helicopter Urban Training in Downtown Flint, Michigan

Last night while walking in downtown Flint, MI by Churchill’s Food and Spirits, a Blackhawk helicopter flew overhead, barely above
S. Korea to keep tabs on cellphones to stop killer MERS virus spreadingFood & Health News

S. Korea to keep tabs on cellphones to stop killer MERS virus spreading

After a fifth person died of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in South Korea authorities warned they will be
Boston grocery store tackles food waste and high produce prices in one fell swoopFood & Health News

Boston grocery store tackles food waste and high produce prices in one fell swoop

In an attempt to kill two birds with one stone fruit, a former grocery store chain president has opened a
NY housing authority employees to wear orange vests – so they don’t get shotRandom News

NY housing authority employees to wear orange vests – so they don’t get shot

The New York Housing Authority is so worried about their workers being targeted by the police that they want them