40 Tons of GMO Sugar Beets were set ablaze in Eastern Oregon. Entire acreage of two full fields of crops in the ground were set ablaze over a three night period of time. That means arson.Evidence is that 6,500 plants were destroyed by hand. Japan rejects Oregon wheat, 80% of Oregon Wheat is exported.
Bank of Cyprus depositors are set to lose 47.5 percent of savings on accounts holding more than 100,000 euros (USD 132,000) as part of an EU-led bailout plan aimed at saving the Cypriot government from bankruptcy.
Police in Concord, New Hampshire have applied for a $258,000 armored vehicle from the DHS to combat domestic terrorism.cited "active threats" from peaceful groups like Free State Project and Occupy New Hampshire as one of the primary reasons they require this military equipment.
Computers manufactured by the world’s biggest personal computer maker, Lenovo, have been banned from the “secret” and ‘‘top secret” networks of the intelligence and defence services of Australia, the US, Britain, Canada, and New Zealand, because of concerns they are vulnerable to being hacked.
House voted 217 to 205 not to rein in NSA’s phone-spying dragnet. those 217 “no” voters received twice as much campaign financing from the defense and intelligence industry as the 205 “yes” voters.Cash was a better predictor of a member’s vote on the Amash amendment than party affiliation.
Clashes broke out Saturday when thousands of people tried to march towards Congress building. They were met by500 riot police, hundreds of plainclothes officers . Police used tear gas,water cannon to drive back demonstrators protesting President Ollanta Humala's unkept promises on schools, jobs.
New survey data show unemployment, near-poverty, or reliance on welfare is a problem for 80 percent of American adults for at least parts of their lives.Economic insecurity for adults is defined as experiencing unemployment during their working age and relying for a year or more on government aid like food stamps.
Would you be surprised to learn that tens of billions in cold, hard cash was shuffled around just prior to 9-11 by none other than the Fed itself?Federal Reserve economist discovered this and was promptly fired for his efforts to reveal the cause
elimination of job security for public sector in Europe is part of international offensive of finance capital againstworking class. Around the world, the financial elite view every social right won by the working class in bitter struggles as an intolerable obstacle to their profits and wealth.
Deficits remain well out of proportion for a sustainable future.Fed has been able to sustain low interest rates—for the time being. Fed is left as the buyer of last resort and will have to keep up its QE.
Halliburton Co has agreed to plead guilty to destroying evidence related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill,will pay maximum possible statutory fine, U.S. Department of Justice said.Halliburton also made a voluntary $55 million payment to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
not clear how sanctions would work,United States has a number of programs that provide international trade benefits to developing countries including Bolivia and Venezuela, which could be affected.The country also has a free trade agreement with Nicaragua that could come under scrutiny.
36 percent of US firms polled said the revelations would make it more difficult for their company to do business outside the U. S.The Cloud Security Alliance said 10 percent of non-US members have cancelled contract with US-based cloud provider, 56 percent unlikely to use American company.
Deposits below the EU deposit-guarantee ceiling of 100,000 euros protected, loss of no more than 40 percent will be imposed on uninsured depositors at the Bank of Cyprus. Uninsured depositors at Cyprus Popular wiped out, explosion has occurred outside of a Bank of Cyprus branch in Limassol
Katie Barnett of McArthur came home to find everything in house gone. She discovered that First National bank mistakenly foreclosed wrong house, kept stuff,changed locks.Foreclosure across street.Bank president response to $18,000 estimate for stolen goods, We’re not paying retail. No attempt for remedy.
US$10 billion, 6,000 kilometer pipeline is set to start in Iran's South Pars gas field (the largest in the world, shared with Qatar), and run via Iraq, Syria and ultimately to Lebanon. Then it could go under the Mediterranean to Greece and beyond;
Spain’s solar industry, is edging toward bankruptcy. Producers say they’ll be unable to repay credits after the government’s decision to cut subsidies. levies on solar energy so high many households will have to pay more for the electricity they generate themselves than they would for regular grid power.
Leaked emails show that as far back as January, there were backroom discussions being held between Detroit and Lansing public officials and corporate law firm Jones Day suggesting that the best course for Detroit would be to send it through Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
German international supermarket chain Aldi, which has stores in 16 European countries plus United States, Australia, has begun boycotting all products from Israeli colonies. Hoogvliet,Jumbo Dutch retailers boycotting goods from illegal Jewish colonies.
Sacramento County filed a lawsuit against the world's largest banks accusing them of manipulating interest rate to gain profits atcounty's expense.The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Sacramento, accuses Bank of America, Barclays, JPMorgan Chase and others of manipulating the interest.
Buyers like beer giant MillerCoors testified that banks' control of metal warehouses has increased their costs by as much as $3bn (£1.95bn) last year.The Senate Banking Committee is investigating whether banks should be allowed to control infrastructure used in the commodities and energy sectors
One of the largest round of teacher layoffs in the city's recent memory. This latest round of cuts comes on top of the 855 teachers and staff laid off when the city approved plans to close 50 schools last month. The city says the layoffs are necessary due to a drop in enrollment and a massive budget deficit.
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Deal includes the supply and launch of two high-resolution Helios surveillance satellites, a control station, and training for 20 UAE engineers.The agreement also stipulates that French military personnel will help Emiratis in interpreting images and sharing received intelligence.
To avoid suspicion and the possibility of baby food makers increasing production, Goldman has been running its scheme intermittently and mostly in small to mid-size towns with locally-owned retailers. An FTC analysis shows that the scheme has cost consumers $2.5 billion over the last five years.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) says more than 625,000 Syrian refugees are receiving aid in neighboring Lebanon. Beirut has called on the UN Security Council, as well as international donors, to help with it hosting the growing number of Syrian refugees.
Mayor hinted federal help might be proper, said it would be “difficult right now to ask directly” for federal help, healthcare liabilities to 30,000 public employees and retirees amounts to about half of the $18 billion in unpayable debts that lead to last week’s bankruptcy filing.
Japan has warned that tens of thousands of British jobs with Japanese firms could be at risk if London pulls out of the European Union, More than 1,300 Japanese companies have invested in the UK, as part of the single market of the EU, and have created 130,000 jobs, more than anywhere else in Europe.
Real estate developer Larry Silverstein can’t seek $3.5 billion from airlines whose planes were hijacked by terrorists and flown into the World Trade Center’s twin towers on Sept. 11, 2001, a judge ruled. already collected $4.1 billion from insurers and can’t collect twice under New York law,
Monsanto most hated corporation in the world. global demand for non-GMO organic foods increasing.20 percent of GMOs grown worldwide go into human food. 80 percent in animal feed, cotton, biofuels, body care products,nutritional supplements.
Fracked gas has yet to be produced in the UK, though exploratory drills are underway.The new tax rate would chop the current rate in half, as “shale gas producers will pay just 30 per cent tax on their profits, compared to the 62 per cent that the oil and gas industry has traditionally paid,
Russia has overtaken Germany as the fifth largest economy in terms of purchasing power according to latest World Bank ranking.Russia's oil and export driven economy is ranked fifth amongst the top ten economies in the world with $3.4 trillion in GDP.
Once the fourth largest US city, Detroit has seen its population shrink by more than half, from 1.8 million in 1950 to 685,000 today, as crime, flight to the suburbs and the hollowing out of the auto industry have eaten away at its foundations.
Japan has allegedly ordered geological survey ships to prepare for possible deployment after the Chinese were reportedly detected drilling in Japanese waters near the disputed area of the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea,
U.S. government must not only borrow enough money to fund government spending for this year, it must also "roll over" existing debt that has reached maturity.
Despite confession to demolishing building, Silverstein received $861 million from insurers for Building 7.Why is Silverstein claiming airliners destroyed buildings he has confessed to demolishing one of them himself? 2002 PBS documentary “America Rebuilds,” Silverstein admitted to demolition of WTC-7,
Monsanto got more than a slap on the wrist from the Indian government – they were delivered two fat rejections – one from the patent appeals court and another rejection that was upheld by the Intellectual Property Appellate Board.
"An abnormal incident in which our trade ship Chong Chon Gang was seized by Panamanian authorities on suspicion of carrying narcotics has occurred," said an unnamed spokesman of DPRK's Foreign Ministry, claiming that Panamanian officers "violently attacked" the ship's captain and crew.
F-35 project will cost the United States $1.5 trillion. Lockheed estimated the cost of the program to come to only $233 billion.So far set back the Pentagon $395.7 billion, a 70 percent increase.Lockheed Martin is showing some improvements in producing this aircraft.
Peru to provide free electricity to over 2 million of its poorest citizens by harvesting energy from the sun. Energy and Mining Minister Jorge Merino said that the National Photovoltaic Household Electrification Program will provide electricity to poor households through the installation of photovoltaic panels.
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