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Photo: Cassini to meet 'spectacular end' Cassini to meet 'spectacular end'
Trib Live - Sun Apr 23, 2017
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida – NASA's Cassini spacecraft faces one last perilous adventure around Saturn. More»

Photo: Bill O'Reilly is officially out at Fox News Bill O'Reilly is officially out at Fox News
Washington Post - Wed Apr 19, 2017
Fox News has ended its association with Bill O'Reilly, the combative TV host and commentator who has ruled cable-news ratings for nearly two decades and was the signature figure in the network's rise as a powerful political player. More»

Photo: North Korea state media warns of a nuclear strike if provoked as U.S. warships approach North Korea state media warns of a nuclear strike if provoked as U.S. warships approach
Daily Mail - Tue Apr 11, 2017
North Korean state media warned on Tuesday of a nuclear attack on the United States at any sign of American aggression as a US Navy strike group steamed toward the western Pacific. More»

Photo: Alabama Governor Bentley Smiles for Mugshot, Booked Into Jail on Multiple Charges Alabama Governor Bentley Smiles for Mugshot, Booked Into Jail on Multiple Charges
WKRG-TV - Tue Apr 11, 2017
MONTGOMERY, Alabama – Robert Julian Bentley has been booked into the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office amid his resignation as Alabama Governor. More»

Photo: Spicer: Hitler 'didn't even sink to using chemical weapons,' although he sent Jews to 'the Holocaust center' Spicer: Hitler 'didn't even sink to using chemical weapons,' although he sent Jews to 'the Holocaust center'
Washington Post - Tue Apr 11, 2017
In criticizing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's alleged use of chemical weapons, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Tuesday that even Adolf Hitler did not sink to that level of warfare, despite Hitler's use of gas chambers to kill millions of Jews. More»

Photo: The High Price of Insulin Is Literally Killing People The High Price of Insulin Is Literally Killing People
Vice - Tue Apr 11, 2017
Shane Patrick Boyle died on March 18th, 2017, from Type I Diabetes. More»

China Just Deployed 150,000 Troops to North Korean Border
Anonymous - Tue Apr 11, 2017
China – With the world waiting to see if the madness in Syria will devolve into a true global conflagration, Korean media reported Monday that China has just deployed around 150,000 troops to its border with North Korea. More»

Photo: 'Just kill me': The moment bloodied United passenger mumbled about suicide after he was body-slammed by cops and dragged off overbooked flight to make room for airline STAFF 'Just kill me': The moment bloodied United passenger mumbled about suicide after he was body-slammed by cops and dragged off overbooked flight to make room for airline STAFF
Daily Mail - Mon Apr 10, 2017
New video has emerged of a bloodied United passenger mumbling about suicide after he was body-slammed by cops and dragged off an overbooked flight to make room for airline staff. More»

Russian arrested in Spain 'over US election hacking'
BBC - Mon Apr 10, 2017
Spanish police have arrested a Russian programmer for alleged involvement in "hacking" the US election, Spanish press reports have said. More»

Photo: North Korea missiles: US warships deployed to Korean peninsula North Korea missiles: US warships deployed to Korean peninsula
BBC - Sun Apr 9, 2017
The US military has ordered a navy strike group to move towards the Korean peninsula, amid growing concerns about North Korea's missile programme. More»

Photo: First victim of Stockholm terror attack is identified as an 11-year old girl First victim of Stockholm terror attack is identified as an 11-year old girl
Daily Mail - Sat Apr 8, 2017
The first victim of the Friday's terror attack in Sweden has been identified as an 11-year old girl who was on her way home from school when the Islamist fanatic struck. More»

Photo: Russia suspends agreement preventing direct conflict with American forces Russia suspends agreement preventing direct conflict with American forces
The Independent - Sat Apr 8, 2017
Russian Foreign Ministry says Moscow is suspending memorandum with US that prevented incidents and ensured flight safety in Syria in response to Trump-ordered air strikes. More»

Photo: LSD could help treat depression and anxiety, researchers hope LSD could help treat depression and anxiety, researchers hope
Raw Story/Medical Daily - Thu Apr 6, 2017
Scientists are looking to use LSD to help patients cope during stressful times. More»

Man Who Would Have Testified Against Trump's Campaign Chair Was Just Shot Dead
Occupy Democrats - Thu Mar 23, 2017
Yesterday, documents surfaced showing that former Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort had received at least $750,000 in illegal payments from former Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovych, who is about to be tried for treason in absentia in Ukraine. More»

Photo: Four Dead at Attack on British Parliament Four Dead at Attack on British Parliament
Boston Herald - Wed Mar 22, 2017
LONDON – A knife-wielding man went on a deadly rampage in the heart of Britain's seat of power Wednesday, plowing a car into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer to death inside the gates of Parliament. More»

Photo: Idaho boy injured, family dog killed by government 'cyanide bomb' Idaho boy injured, family dog killed by government 'cyanide bomb'
Reuters - Sun Mar 19, 2017
POCATELLO, Idaho - A "cyanide bomb" planted by US predator-control agents targeting coyotes near homes and hiking trails in Idaho exploded when a boy handled the device, injuring him and killing his dog, authorities and relatives said on Friday. More»

Photo: U.S. Health Care Ranked Worst in the Developed World U.S. Health Care Ranked Worst in the Developed World
Time - Thu Mar 16, 2017
The US health care system has been subject to heated debate over the past decade, but one thing that has remained consistent is the level of performance, which has been ranked as the worst among industrialized nations for the fifth time, according to the 2014 Commonwealth Fund survey 2014. More»

Photo: Justice Department to Reverse Obama's Hands-Off Policy on Marijuana Justice Department to Reverse Obama's Hands-Off Policy on Marijuana
Democracy Now - Mon Feb 27, 2017
The Trump administration said Thursday it will enforce federal laws barring the use of marijuana, reversing an Obama administration policy that gave wide latitude to states to determine their own pot laws. More»

Photo: Rick Santorum: 'Millions of Americans' with preexisting conditions are scammers stealing health care Rick Santorum: 'Millions of Americans' with preexisting conditions are scammers stealing health care
Raw Story - Sun Feb 26, 2017
CNN contributor Rick Santorum suggested on Sunday that it was a mistake to guarantee health care coverage for people with preexisting conditions because "millions" of them were scamming insurance companies. More»

Photo: Sworn to secrecy, drugstores stay silent as customers overpay Sworn to secrecy, drugstores stay silent as customers overpay
Chicago Tribune - Sat Feb 25, 2017
Eric Pusey has to bite his tongue when customers at his pharmacy cough up copayments far higher than the cost of their low-cost generic drugs, thinking their insurance is getting them a good deal. More»

Photo: Australian children's author Mem Fox detained by US border control: 'I sobbed like a baby' Australian children's author Mem Fox detained by US border control: 'I sobbed like a baby'
The Guardian - Sat Feb 25, 2017
Author of Possum Magic was aggressively questioned for two hours over her visa status and later received an apology for her treatment by border guards. More»

American Citizen Faced Deportation
WMAQ-TV - Sat Feb 25, 2017
A Chicago man who spent the weekend in jail and faced deportation on suspicion he is in the country illegally said what happened to him illustrates the need for America to change the way it deals with immigration. More»

White House blocks news organizations from press briefing
CNN - Fri Feb 24, 2017
CNN and other news organizations were blocked Friday from a White House press briefing. More»

Pennsylvania confirms first fracking-related earthquakes
The Allegheny Front - Sun Feb 19, 2017
Pennsylvania officials say they've confirmed the state's first fracking-related earthquakes took place last year in Lawrence County, northwest of Pittsburgh. More»

Photo: In Trump Era, Censorship May Start in the Newsroom In Trump Era, Censorship May Start in the Newsroom
New York Times - Sat Feb 18, 2017
This is how the muzzling starts: not with a boot on your neck, but with the fear of one that runs so deep that you muzzle yourself. More»

Photo: Eight people flee U.S. border patrol to seek asylum in Canada Eight people flee U.S. border patrol to seek asylum in Canada
Reuters - Sat Feb 18, 2017
Eight asylum-seekers, including four children, barely made it across the Canadian border on Friday as a US border patrol officer tried to stop them and a Reuters photographer captured the scene. More»

Photo: Nearly every member of the White House Asian-American advisory council just resigned in protest of Trump Nearly every member of the White House Asian-American advisory council just resigned in protest of Trump
US Uncut - Fri Feb 17, 2017
10 out of the 14 people on a White House advisory board for Asian-American issues have officially resigned, protesting Trump's harsh policies on immigrants. More»

Photo: White House website posts "alternative" versions of Trump's executive orders White House website posts "alternative" versions of Trump's executive orders
Raw Story - Wed Feb 15, 2017
The White House website posted inaccurate texts of President Donald Trump's executive orders, according to an analysis. More»

Photo: White House Blocks Listing of Bumble Bee As Endangered Species White House Blocks Listing of Bumble Bee As Endangered Species
Gizmodo - Mon Feb 13, 2017
The rusty-patched bumble bee was scheduled to be added to the endangered species list on Friday but The US Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that process will need to be reviewed due to an executive order from the president. More»

Photo: A US-born NASA scientist was detained at the border until he unlocked his phone A US-born NASA scientist was detained at the border until he unlocked his phone
The Verge - Sun Feb 12, 2017
Two weeks ago, Sidd Bikkannavar flew back into the United States after spending a few weeks abroad in South America. More»

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