US Marines, Japan Western Army Infantry Regiment in mexercise, called Iron Fist, at Camp Pendleton in California. Tension between Washington Beijing escalated after China establised air defense zone over East China Sea urging military, commercial aircraft to inform Chinese government before entering region.
Cannabis shown to treat more than 20 different medical conditions, release antioxidants, act as a cleansing mechanism. Can remove damaged cells form the body, helps our mitochondria perform at optimum levels, cleaning the body of unwanted toxins and viruses, potentially eradicating cancer.
Banks required to gather information on medical marijuana customers, to prevent selling to minors, so improper transactions not occurring, keep marijuana going across state lines. Feds use scare tactics to ‘keep banks from being prosecuted’ when dealing with marijuana sellers, though operating legally.
Russia concerned about the strategic natural gas pipelines that go through Ukraine, transport gas from Russia to the rest of Europe. Not in the interest of the people of Ukraine to be dominated by either side, but that is going to be what ends up happening.
McDonalds has been forced to pay out a six figure settlement to 291 employees who were alleged to have been threatened with deportation if they refused to work 25 hour shifts in a former franchise. It was also alleged that workers were kept in their boss’s basement between shifts.
The world's biggest economies vowed Sunday to boost global growth by more than $2 trillion over five years, shifting their focus away from austerity as a fragile recovery takes hold. Finance ministers and central bank governors from the Group of 20, which accounts for 85 percent of the world economy.
Lavish residence of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich after he left Kiev for Kharkov on Friday and parliament voted to strip him of his powers. Pictures show a luxurious estate with a private zoo, exotic gardens, golf course and a garage full of Rolls Royces.
US building up its military presence in Jordan inattempt to exert more control over current situations in Syria and Lebanon. Continued to build its military capability in Jordan Under guise of humanitarian operation, considering military role in region, as Israel has no capability to operate in Lebanon again.
US National Security Advisor Susan Rice has warned Russia against sending military troops into Ukraine. "That would be a grave mistake. It's not in the interests of Ukraine or of Russia or of Europe or the United States to see a country split. It's in nobody's interest to see violence return and the situation escalates.
Pro-Russian demonstrators staged protest in Ukraine amid rising tensions. people in eastern city of Kerch marched on the city hall pull down Ukrainian flag, replace it with that of Russia. Protesters unfurled banners saying "Shame intervention", "Crimea for peace, "Fascism will not pass."
European Commission will relax the European Union’s restrictions on food imports from Japan, which were introduced after the Fukushima nuclear accident in March 2011, the commission said Friday. EU to accept foods without checking their radiation levels. Radiation checks currently required on food imports.
Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr released a “plan of adjustment” Friday that includes huge cuts in city worker pensions and health care, pledges full payment for secured bondholders and outlines plans for the privatization of city services and assets, including the transfer of control of the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Roundup herbicide (aka glyphosate) and its still-toxic degradation byproduct AMPA were found in over 75% of the air and rain samples tested from Mississippi in 2007. Biopollution from GMOs produces uncontrollable and irreversible changes in the genomes of affected organisms.
Former bank manager Ivette Ros lost her job at Wells Fargo after bank’s executives learned she was packing a legal pistol with concealed carry permit. Bank’s policies prohibit employees from carrying firearms in bank. Suing, claiming bank violated her constitutional right to bear arms.
Prosecutors dismissed all charges against Marcus Jeter, Bloomfield, N.J. instead indicted two Bloomfield police officers for falsifying reports, one of them for assault after recording surfaced showing police officers beating Jeter during traffic stop. Tape showed Jeter complying with police, even as one punched him.
World’s top platinum miner Anglo American Platinum asked a labour court to rule leaders of a month-long strike ignored court order banning intimidation of non-striking workers and other activities. If upheld forty AMCU leaders, including leader Joseph Mathunjwa, could face jail sentence, or steep fine.
CEO of ExxonMobil, top producer of natural gas in US joined a lawsuit that challenges the construction of water tower connected to hydraulic fracturing operations near his Texas home, may reduce property value. Claim fracking will cause unwanted noise and traffic. Practice linked to earthquakes.
Newly freed Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko has called on protesters not to abandon Kiev’s Independence Square, even though a deal with opposition leaders has already been signed. Called for those responsible for deaths that have taken place over past three months to be prosecuted.
Ukraine parliament voted to remove President Viktor Yanukovych from powe hours after he left Kiev for city of Kharkov, denounced events in the capital as a coup. Yanukovych was impeached by 328 of447 lawmakers Saturday, accusing him of abusing his powers, unable to carry out his responsibilities.
Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo told public they should be grateful that all the police officers did was bundle a woman jogging through the streets of Austin into the back of a police car because she crossed against the light, instead of molesting her or charging her with more serious offenses.
US Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman says it is important for Washington to get Israel’s opinion over nuclear negotiations with Iran, trying to assure Israeli officials about the talks, saying all matters which concern the international community will be on the negotiating table.
Prior to states legalizing marijuana, police arrested someone in nation every 42 seconds for substance that stops e metastasizing of cancer cells, treats AIDS, reduces chemotherapy-induced nausea, relieves muscle spasms, treats glaucoma. Used medicinally for over 4000 years
Whole Foods list of ‘Unacceptable Ingredients” includes MSG, fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, artificial preservatives, hydrogenated fats. 97% of drinks/soda sold at Walmart contain ingredients Whole Foods considers “unacceptabe. Walmart feeds much of America, largest grocery store in country.
Venezuela government threatened to cut off gasoline supplies to areas of opposition protests. Biggest challenge to Nicolas Maduro since he became president. Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez: We will be obliged to suspend the supply of fuel to areas under fascist siege in order to preserve the security of all.”
A federal judge this week dismissed a lawsuit against the New York City Police Department and said that the covert NYPD operation that sent undercover officers into area mosques to conduct surveillance on innocent Muslims was not unconstitutional.
One airborne, one engineering battalion sent to Tachira, borders Colombia, to restore order. not a militarization. Internet in the state disrupted, National Guard, police tried to suppress two weeks of demonstrations and rioting, army marks escalation of conflict. Maduro's biggest political challenge.
Maduro administration cracking down on media. As social unrest escalated, censorship widened:removal of television stations from cable networks, blocking social networking. New government powers to censor, monitor online. Law forbids incitement, foment citizens' anxiety, alter public order."
A report says Israeli spies have been ordered to try to link supporters of an economic boycott against Tel Aviv to terrorists and enemy states. Israel has convened a ministerial meeting to discuss how to respond to the growing number of foreign companies refusing to do business with Israel.
Barack Obama urged Ukraine government to stem surge of violence in the country, warned there will be “consequences” if deadly clashes continue. “We are going to be watching very carefully, expect Ukrainian government to show restraint, not resort to violence dealing with peaceful protesters.
The threats from the West came amid warnings that the violence unfolding in Kiev and a number of other Ukrainian cities is evolving into a “coup” or even a “civil war.”President Barack Obama: We hold the Ukrainian government primarily responsible,”used the phrase “peaceful protesters” three times.
Related to a tax loss the company claimed as it exited the reinsurance market more than a decade ago, $219 million in interest. GE, a large conglomerate that sells jet engines and financial products.
President Shimon Peres will award Israel's highest civilian medal to German Chancellor Angela Merkel next week for her "unwavering commitment to Israel's security, advocacy of education against anti-Semitism.
“In some cases actually the first monkey just needed to think about what they wanted to do and then the other monkey would make the movement.”Technology will be taken over by military, could be used for mind control, or advanced drones and androids.
Italian Prostitutes fighting against tax code that does not recognise their profession, even though paying for sex is legal, leaving them no chance to pay a cut of their earnings to the tax man and qualify for a pension. Tax office to fine them for tax evasion, even though it has given them no way of paying tax.
Ukrainian Interior Minister signed orders allowing security forces to use firearms in mass riots, comes after three more police killed by gunfire, more than 100 injured in shootouts. Interior Ministry demands the extremists lay down their weapons and return to peaceful protesting.
RT’s camera crews fired upon by rioters as they tried to film escalating violence on Kiev’s Independent Square. Armed protesters have taken control of Hotel Ukraine, trapping members of RT crew inside. Unidentified snipers firing from buildings all around Independence Square.“There’s no truce at all,”
Israeli gunboats have opened fire at Gazan fishermen off the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah, Press TV reports. Israeli gunboats shot two fishing trawlers belonging to Palestinian fishermen claimed they were smugglers. Israeli navy does not allow them to fish off the coast of Gaza.
Dr. Brian John respected member of the scientific community wrote letter to Professor Anne Glover, the Chief Scientific Advisor to EU President. He states that there is abundant evidence GMOs cause harm, claim of ‘no adverse evidence’ of GMO impacts on our health and environment is a lie.
Federal authorities have dropped an attempt to stop a Minnesota man from marketing merchandise poking fun at the National Security Agency for its surveillance of citizens, ncludes T-shirts bearing the NSA's official seal and the slogan, "The only part of the government that actually listens."
American flags made in foreign lands will no longer fly over military bases, but the rule won't apply to other federal facilities because lawmakers decided star-spangled banners made in the U.S. are just too expensive, important because we need to be making more in America.
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