So there’s just this incredible level of disgust with their, as they say, partners in the west in Moscow and the result is they’re not really eager to talk anymore. They’re far more interested in acting. So, what we’ll probably see is a constant stream of surprises coming from Russia that will be completely unannounced and not predicted by anyone.
Whether as a result of an unprecedented scare campaign by the Swiss National Bank (most recently reinforced by Citigroup), or due to confidence that Swiss gold is as safe abroad as it is at home, or simply due to good old-fashioned "hanging chads", today's most awaited event has come and gone...
Ferguson officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot black teenager Michael Brown, has resigned from the police force, his attorney said. The news comes amid unceasing protests across the US against a grand jury decision clearing Wilson of murder charges.
Wisconsin lawmaker State Rep. Bill Kramer, 49, (R-Waukesha accused of shoving a woman into a car and groping her following a Republican event has been sentenced to five months in jail for sexual assault, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
FBI: gun sales increased in the United States during busiest shopping day of the year, Black Friday. FBI spokesman Stephen Fischer; federal background check system expects to set record of 144,000 background checks Friday, average of three checks per second, nearly three times daily average.
Off-duty Texas deputy shot a 20-year-old woman in the head for honking her horn at him in a road rage incident, it's claimed. The woman, survived the shooting after the bullet grazed the left side of her head.
Demonstrators temporarily shut down two large malls in suburban St. Louis on one of the busiest shopping days of the year Friday, as rallies were held nationwide to protest a grand jury's recent decision not to indict the police officer who fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown in nearby Ferguson.
The 22-foot oak table was specially manufactured by a company in China, where Kean recently opened a campus, and serves as the centerpiece of a new conference center. School officials have reportedly dismissed criticism of the purchase.
I am looking for people with some inside info on what happened to David Icke, the liquidation of ThePeoplesVoice.tv, and the crowd-funded half million pounds that was spent in 4 months before it all went belly-up. From what I can see so far, all that money, all that hype, all those broken promises of transparency and all the broken promises of creating the world’s first ‘alternative’ news TV channel – has ended in nothing but missing money, and everyone blaming each other.
On November 22 Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy in Moscow that Washington treats Russia as “subhumans” and has forced Russia into a “game of chicken” in order to determine whether Russia will blink or defend its national interests. As Russia will not blink, Washington is driving the world to war.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in San Francisco and Oakland Tuesday night, a day after a Missouri grand jury decided not to indict police officer for shooting death of a teen. Oakland police: protesters marching onto freeways, starting fires, vandalizing businesses. arrests were made.
“If you dress police officers up as soldiers and you put them in military vehicles and you give them military weapons, they adopt a warrior mentality. We fight wars against enemies, and the enemies are the people who live in our cities—particularly in communities of color.” -—Thomas Nolan, criminology professor and former police officer
One week after a Citigroup managing director was found killed in his New York apartment, another executive; Melissa Millan, senior vice president at MassMutual is dead. Police announced over the weekend were investigating the case as a homicide.
The EU’s attempts to coerce Serbia into joining anti-Russian sanctions are nothing but blackmail, says the head of the State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee.
The residents of Ferguson were outraged after learning of the Missouri grand jury's decision to acquit Darren Wilson of killing black teenager Michael Brown. Buildings were burnt, shops were looted, while clashes with cops were frequent.
About 350 protesters blocked the elevated interstate lanes near the Edward Jones Dome shortly after 2 p.m. today after a march through downtown.
A policeman was shot and wounded on Monday evening in University City, a St. Louis suburb near Ferguson, Missouri, unclear if the shooting was related to street protests over the grand jury's decision in the Michael Brown case.
Under the president’s new amnesty, businesses will have a $3,000-per-employee incentive to hire illegal immigrants over native-born workers because of a quirk of Obamacare, still deems them ineligible for public benefits such as buying insurance on Obamacare’s health exchanges.
Russia has completely banned GMOs, placing a moratorium on their imports for 10 years. The nation rejects GMOs due to numerous dangers. US diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks: State Department was lobbying worldwide for Monsanto and other similar corporations.
Business owners in St. Louis, Missouri area hired private military contractors to transport guns and gold, fearing their shops will be targeted by looters if a grand jury does not indict Darren Wilson, police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown in the St. Louis county suburb of Ferguson.
A 19-year-old delivery driver diagnosed with cancer claims he was fired from his job at a suburban Chicago restaurant when he informed his employer he needed to take six weeks off work for surgery. Jonathan Larson was diagnosed with cancer of the brain and spine, had several rounds of radiation, now needs back surgery.
Tennessee graphic designer decided to move an hour away, Comcast told him he could move his business-class service set up installation appointment, installer never showed up. Company told him his new address wasn’t served by Comcast, owes company $2,789 in early termination fees, said he was in a 3-year contract for his business broadband service.
R.J. Kapheim arrested by Secret Service agents after the officers found a rifle and ammunition in his car in the vicinity of the White House, faces charges of having an unregistered firearm in the District of Columbia.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has called on his Russian counterpart to “pay no mind” to recent comments by President Barack Obama referring to Russia as a global threat.
Canadian woman was hit with an unexpected medical bill of nearly $1 million after going into labor early while vacationing in Hawaii.Her insurance carrier, Blue Cross, notified her that her coverage was denied due to a pre-existing condition, a bladder infection she had during fourth month of her pregnancy.
Colombia's most prominent rebel group says it is still committed to peace talks with the government. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, also known as FARC, announced on Wednesday that it aims to remain in peace talks with the Colombian government to put an end to the decades-long conflict.
Egyptian prosecutors have officially asked the Cairo Criminal Court to sentence the country’s ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, and other Muslim Brotherhood leaders to death. Prosecutor Emad el-Sharawy said on Wednesday that Morsi and his aides must be handed down the death penalty on espionage charges.
A prominent banker found dead in the tub of his downtown apartment, his throat slashed detectives suspect is a suicide Wednesday. Shawn D. Miller, 42, who traveled the world for Citigroup as one of its top environmental policy experts, sliced his neck and wrists with a knife inside his home.
China has arrested nearly 300 fugitives suspected of economic crimes as part of Beijing’s anti-corruption operation targeting individuals who have fled the country. China lacks extradition treaty with the United States, Canada and Australia, the most likely destinations for the suspected economic criminals.
The latest figures from the Social Security Administration (SSA) reveal that nearly half of the country now makes less than $28,031 annually, while nearly 40 percent of the population makes less than $20,000 per year, which is well below the middle-class threshold.
Donald Blankenship, former chief executive of Massey Energy Co., was indicted Thursday on charges that he violated mine safety laws, making false statements to the US Securities and Exchange Commission and securities fraud ahead of an April 2010 blast that killed 29 miners at the company’s Upper Big Branch mine in West Virginia.
IMF: euro zone growth worse than expected. Student loan delinquencies up. Russia, China, other Asian nations looking to create their own Free Trade Agreement. Bank deposits now considered paper investment, no long deposits. Obama wants 16% tax on internet. Penalties for Obamacare tripled. Obama disarming border agents, easier for illegals. Switzerland sanctions Russia. Boots on the ground in Iraq. Obama’s strategy; remove Assad. Islamic State added Yemen, Egypt, Libya and Algeria to its list to invade.
United States fears only one man – Vladimir Putin. because on virtually every front of the new Cold War, the Russian President is walloping the West.. Forbes magazine has named Putin as the most powerful person on the planet for the second year running. More than any other leader, by virtue of his KGB experience understands how the United States operates
Obama secretly negotiating the largest international trade agreement in history with Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore. Vietnam; 40 percent of global economy. This treaty will fundamentally change our laws regarding Internet freedom, healthcare, copyright and patent protection, food safety, environmental standards, civil liberties and more.
“Under H.B. No. 121, a peace officer making an arrest of a defendant (1) shall inform the defendant of: (A) the possibility of making an immediate payment of the fine and related court costs by use of a credit or debit card; and (B) the defendant’s available alternatives to making an immediate payment.
Billionaire Sheldon Adelson a leading Republican donor: “I don’t think the Bible says anything about democracy,” Adelson said. “[God] didn’t talk about Israel remaining as a democratic state… Israel isn’t going to be a democratic state — so what?”
In cardiac arrest, a young Wisconsin woman was rushed to an emergency room last year. Her life was saved. She had insurance. The catch? She was taken to a hospital out of her network and now faces steep medical bills for the event and subsequent recovery.
Russia has denied NATO claims that its army has crossed into eastern Ukraine in the past few days, calling them groundless, the Defense Ministry said.
Fear of the possible unrest which may result from the St. Louis grand jury decision on Darren Wilson’s fate has driven the residents of Ferguson MO. and nearby towns to arm themselves with firearms. Steven King, owner of Metro Shooting supplies located right outside of Ferguson, told CNN on Monday that sales in the last week or so have skyrocketed.
CIA help fund George Orwell's Animal Farm England's first animated feature film. Howard Hunt had been part of CIA's Psychological Warfare Workshop, sent to obtain screen rights to Animal Farm from Orwell's widow Sonia. Hunt later found notoriety as part of team that broke into Watergate.
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