, PepsiCo has recently agreed to settle out of court for $9 million over a class action lawsuit that claimed ‘natural’ and ‘non-GMO’ on their bottles was misleading since they are made with GMO ingredients, as well as synthetic and ‘unnatural’ items.
Allowable glyphosate in oilseed crops including flax, soybeans, and canola, would be increased from 20 parts per million (ppm) to 40 ppm—over 100,000 times the amount needed to induce breast cancer cells. also increasing limits on allowable glyphosate in food crops, from 200 ppm to 6,000 ppm.
U.S. has geopolitical,economic interests in the Arctic. New national strategy to advance their ambitions. Danger of militarization of the Arctic. Aggressive agenda for the exploitation of Arctic oil, gas and mineral reserves. U.S. plans to shift additional missiles to Alaska aimed at control over Arctic resources.
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.
Washington’s strategy aims to exploit sectarian divisions, particularly between Sunni and Shia Muslims,restructure Middle East in its interests.US mobilized Sunni Islamist guerrilla forces Al Qaeda forces play role, to fight President Bashar. Next genocide in the world likely the Alawites in Syria.”
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.
Poland has been identified as having hosted a secret CIA prison.suspects were subjected to interrogation techniques not legal in the United States.“Polish intelligence eager to cooperate.” other countries with known but unconfirmed black sites are Romania and Lithuania; Asia and North Africa.
NSA Deputy Director John C. Inglis inadvertently admitted that the NSA could spy on just about all Americans. Tens of thousands of Americans listed as suspected terrorists … including just about anyone who protests anything that the government or big banks do.
Angela Merkel and her ministers claim they first learned about the US government's comprehensive spying programs from press reports. But SPIEGEL has learned that German intelligence services themselves use one of the NSA's most valuable tools
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned Iran about to cross nuclear red line and that the United States had better do something about it. 21 years ago when Netanyahu that Iran would have the bomb by 1997 at the latest. Year by year he advances the date.
When the National Security Agency’s disclosures became known to the public – thanks to Edward Snowden – most people realized that privacy means absolutely nothing.The line is hazy between the words “activists” and “terrorists”, which is something all governments have tried to do for decades.
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,
"I will not apologize for describing the state of Israel as an apartheid state. I don't know how you can describe it as anything else," Ward said. Liberal Democrat party also recently expelled Baroness Jenny Tonge following her anti-Israel remarks in which she asserted that "Israel won't be there forever
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.
if you do hundreds of thousands of wells, there's a good chance you're going to have a lot of methane coming up Something has to wake up the general public. It will either be education from the environmental movements or some kind of climate disaster that no one can ignore.
Venezuelan military equipped with S-300VM anti-ballistic systems from Russia.System designed to counter missiles,fixed-wing aircrafts within 200 kilometres. S-300 considered among most effective anti-aircraft systems in the world. Venezuela is largest importer of Russian arms in South America
- Monsanto Co said on Wednesday it will withdraw all pending approval requests to grow new types of genetically modified crops in the European Union, due to the lack of commercial prospects for cultivation there.
Homeland Security sent memo warning employees opening a Washington Post article aboutleaks might violate their non-disclosure agreement to "protect National Security Information," and clicking on the story might make the reader "subject to administrative or legal action from the Government."
Israel is developing advanced technologies that include the use of drones that eventually will become standard for the IDF.“Israel, which has the most advanced defense industry in the Middle East.more pilotless sorties than piloted ones in Israeli air force. Drone industry is a major export for Israel
Greenpeace is speaking up for the general public, by telling the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that they have no right to claim that GMOs are safe for Americans, or anyone else
In order to enforce the ban, 4,000 police officers were mobilized to turn central Athens into a closed-off fortress. Roads and subway stations were blocked all the way from the airport to the city center
The Obama administration is refusing to say whether it will seek to renew a court order that permits the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone records on millions of Verizon customers when it expires on Friday.
Thousands of people in Spain have taken to the streets in the capital Madrid to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.On Thursday, protesters staged anti-government rallies after Rajoy dismissed calls by opposition lawmakers to answer questions on a corruption scandal in parliament.
The Obama administration regained the authority to indefinitely detain US citizens when a federal appeals court on Wednesday lifted a lower court order which had blocked the indefinite detention provision of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
Vietnam War era whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg and former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey debated the case of Edward Snowden.Ellsberg tried under the Espionage Act for leaking the Pentagon Papers, said Snowden was right to leak information about the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs.
Jewish community and religious leaders across Europe urged the EU to review its legislation on animal slaughter to strengthen the rights of Jews and Muslims to eat meat killed in line with their religious requirements.
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.
Sixty-three signees have added their name to a letter sent to President Barack Obama an a dozen other figures from legislative, executive branches asking the government to adjust the way it goes about collecting intelligence during national security investigations.
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,
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu released a statement blasting the European Union over decision to condition future agreements with Israelon recognition of the West Bank, East Jerusalem Golan Heights as occupied territories."We will not accept any external edicts on our borders."
"American firms doing nothing but obeying American law to protect the United States are now going to be punished economically internationally for their participation.The world will no longer “have confidence in the United States that we're actually going to be able to keep secrets
During an interview Saturday with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham, Rep. Duncan D. Hunter, a California Republican, said he regrets there is not a Republican dictatorship ruling Washington.“I would love a conservative dictatorship,” said Hunter, “where we can dictate everything.”
President Obama is considering using military force in Syria, and the Pentagon has prepared various scenarios for possible United States intervention.Administration considering using “kinetic strikes” in Syria.
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.
Pierre Martin, 34, was arrested charged with armed robbery. investigators used footage recorded from CTA cameras, comb through database of 4.5 million criminal booking shots in order to identify Martin . He is the first individual to be picked up by the CPD using the facial-recognition technology
Edward J. Snowden, the former intelligence contractor on the run from the American authorities, on Tuesday formally requested temporary asylum in Russia, by seeking temporary — not political — asylum, Mr. Snowden is pursuing the easiest path possible under Russian law.
NSA domestic spying program uncovered by Snowden was “beneficial” for Americans to know about. Cater warned the U.S.would “forfeit its moral authority” if it continued to strip away civil rights of its citizens. invasion of privacy has gone too far”, “And I believe the secrecy around it was excessive.”
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