Day: March 2, 2019

Chelsea Manning subpoenaed by grand jury, likely over contact with AssangeInteresting News

Chelsea Manning subpoenaed by grand jury, likely over contact with Assange

Activist and whistleblower Chelsea Manning has been subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury, though the summons makes no mention
Mice given ‘night vision’ superpower with simple injectionScience & Space

Mice given ‘night vision’ superpower with simple injection

Have you ever wanted to be able to see in the dark? Scientists have managed to give mice infrared “night
World flooded with $100 bills may be sign of international corruptionEconomy & Money

World flooded with $100 bills may be sign of international corruption

The number of US one hundred dollar notes has doubled since the financial crisis to more than 12 billion across
Maduro orders European HQ of Venezuelan state oil firm to be moved to MoscowMore News

Maduro orders European HQ of Venezuelan state oil firm to be moved to Moscow

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ordered the European headquarters of state oil company PDVSA be relocated to Russia, Venezuela’s Vice
Russia may crack down on Visa & Mastercard over dominant market positionEconomy & Money

Russia may crack down on Visa & Mastercard over dominant market position

Russia’s trade associations have filed a request to the country’s antitrust authority on bringing action against international payment systems Visa
Oregon passes first mandatory rent control law in USMore News

Oregon passes first mandatory rent control law in US

Gov. Kate Brown of Oregon signed the nation’s first statewide mandatory rent control measure on Thursday, giving a victory to
Angola bans Islam and shuts down all mosques across the countryInteresting News

Angola bans Islam and shuts down all mosques across the country

Angola has reportedly declared Islam illegal and ordered for all of the country’s mosques to be closed down. Minister of
Washington Post issues correction to Covington kids storyRandom News

Washington Post issues correction to Covington kids story

The Washington Post has corrected its erroneous coverage of the confrontation between the boys from Covington Catholic and the activist