Page 1, 2

Breaking News

Photo: Steve Bannon asked Cambridge Analytica to research voter suppression techniques Steve Bannon asked Cambridge Analytica to research voter suppression techniques
The Hill - Thu Apr 26, 2018
Whistleblower Christopher Wylie told House Democrats on Tuesday that former Trump campaign strategist Stephen Bannon asked Cambridge Analytica to research voter suppression techniques. More»

Photo: Ex-Cop Arrested in Golden State Killer Cold Case: Updated Ex-Cop Arrested in Golden State Killer Cold Case: Updated
WNBC-TV - Wed Apr 25, 2018
The FBI said the killer is responsible for approximately 45 rapes, 12 homicides, and multiple residential burglaries between 1976 and 1986 in San Francisco, Sacramento and Los Angeles area. More»

Photo: Neo-Nazis hold swastika burning in west Georgia town after Newnan rally Neo-Nazis hold swastika burning in west Georgia town after Newnan rally
WAGA-TV - Mon Apr 23, 2018
TEMPLE, Georgia - Hours after a planned white supremacist rally in Newnan Georgia brought around only two dozen participants, the neo-Nazi group that organized the event gathered together under the cover of dark night in a town about 50 miles away. More»

Photo: Gulf Residents Deserve The Full Truth About Oil Cleanup Chemicals Gulf Residents Deserve The Full Truth About Oil Cleanup Chemicals
Huffington Post - Sat Apr 21, 2018
TJ Johnson remembers the day he and his cousins were sprayed. More»

Photo: Throw It All Away: CDC Expands Warning on Romaine Lettuce Throw It All Away: CDC Expands Warning on Romaine Lettuce
NBC - Fri Apr 20, 2018
Federal officials expanded a romaine lettuce warning on Friday to cover all types of romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona, growing region. More»

Photo: Teacher suspended for making pancakes for students during state tests Teacher suspended for making pancakes for students during state tests
WSB-TV - Fri Apr 20, 2018
LANCASTER, Pennsylvania - A Pennsylvania teacher was suspended last week after he cooked breakfast for his students as they took state assessments. More»

Photo: US government accidentally sends a strange conspiracy theory file describing 'remote mind control' and 'forced memory blanking' US government accidentally sends a strange conspiracy theory file describing 'remote mind control' and 'forced memory blanking'
Daily Mail - Fri Apr 20, 2018
The US government may have been secretly collecting documents on 'remote mind control' and 'forced memory blanking', accidentally leaked files suggest. More»

Photo: DNC Sues Trump Campaign, WikiLeaks, Russia Over Election Interference DNC Sues Trump Campaign, WikiLeaks, Russia Over Election Interference
Bloomberg - Fri Apr 20, 2018
The Democratic National Committee sued Russia, the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks claiming widespread interference in the 2016 election as part of a "brazen attack on American democracy. More»

Photo: Justice Dept. watchdog sends McCabe findings to federal prosecutors for possible charges Justice Dept. watchdog sends McCabe findings to federal prosecutors for possible charges
CNN - Thu Apr 19, 2018
Washington - The Justice Department's inspector general referred its findings on former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to the US attorney's office in Washington for possible criminal charges associated with lying to internal investigators, according to a source familiar with the matter. More»

Photo: One Dead After Southwest Airlines Jet Engine Explodes One Dead After Southwest Airlines Jet Engine Explodes
Daily Mail - Tue Apr 17, 2018
One dead in Southwest flight horror after woman was almost sucked out of a plane window at 32,000ft when the engine exploded and smashed it before she was dragged back in by passengers. More»

Photo: More than 200 million eggs sold in nine US states are recalled over salmonella More than 200 million eggs sold in nine US states are recalled over salmonella
Daily Mail - Sun Apr 15, 2018
More than 200 million eggs sold in nine US states are being recalled over salmonella fears. More»

Photo: Donald Trump announces retaliatory airstrikes on Syria Donald Trump announces retaliatory airstrikes on Syria
Daily Mail - Sat Apr 14, 2018
Donald Trump said on Friday evening he had ordered 'precision strikes' on Syria in retaliation for the suspected poison gas attack that killed at least 60 people on April 7. More»

Photo: Climate change dials down Atlantic Ocean heating system Climate change dials down Atlantic Ocean heating system
BBC - Fri Apr 13, 2018
A significant shift in the system of ocean currents that helps keep parts of Europe warm could send temperatures in the UK lower, scientists have found. More»

Photo: NRA's Ted Nugent Urges Republicans To Shoot Democrats: 'Every Time You See One, You Shoot One' NRA's Ted Nugent Urges Republicans To Shoot Democrats: 'Every Time You See One, You Shoot One'
TGOD - Mon Apr 9, 2018
NRA board member and pro-Trump musician Ted Nugent compared Democrats to "rabid coyotes" in a Friday discussion on gun control with InfoWars host Alex Jones, adding that they should be shot on sight. More»

Photo: Republican politician suggests that women who have an abortion should face the death penalty Republican politician suggests that women who have an abortion should face the death penalty
The Independent - Sun Apr 8, 2018
A Republican politician has said that women who have abortions should face the death penalty. More»

Photo: Georgia sheriff's sign: 'If you kill someone, we might kill you back' Georgia sheriff's sign: 'If you kill someone, we might kill you back'
WSB-TV - Fri Apr 6, 2018
HARRIS COUNTY, Georgia - Georgia Sheriff Mike Jolley's new welcome sign comes with a threatening warning for visitors: "Our citizens have concealed weapons. More»

Photo: Stephon Clark: Police shot unarmed man '7 times in back' Stephon Clark: Police shot unarmed man '7 times in back'
BBC - Mon Apr 2, 2018
Stephon Clark was shot a total of eight times in the confrontation on the night of 18 March in Sacramento, California, said a forensic pathologist. More»

Photo: Stephen Hawking Funeral held today at Cambridge church Stephen Hawking Funeral held today at Cambridge church
Daily Mail - Sat Mar 31, 2018
Crowds lined the streets to pay their final respects to the much admired scientist and a spontaneous round of applause broke out as six porters from the physicist's former college carried his coffin from the hearse into the church. More»

Photo: Laura Ingraham Announces Week Off Air As Advertisers Flee Laura Ingraham Announces Week Off Air As Advertisers Flee
Huffington Post - Sat Mar 31, 2018
Almost a dozen advertisers have dropped her Fox News show after she mocked a teenage survivor of the Florida school massacre. More»

Photo: Nearly A Week After Atlanta's Cyberattack, Things Are Nowhere Near Normal Nearly A Week After Atlanta's Cyberattack, Things Are Nowhere Near Normal
Huffington Post - Thu Mar 29, 2018
A ransomware cyberattack last Thursday forced the city of Atlanta to shut down substantial portions of its city government. More»

Photo: NJ Police Officers Suspended After Storming Domino's Over Undelivered Pizza NJ Police Officers Suspended After Storming Domino's Over Undelivered Pizza
WNBC-TV - Thu Mar 29, 2018
A pair of New Jersey police officers were suspended after one of them was caught on camera pushing a manager at a Domino's against a wall because their pizza didn't get delivered on time. More»

Photo: Andrew McCabe: Not in my worst nightmares did I dream my FBI career would end this way Andrew McCabe: Not in my worst nightmares did I dream my FBI career would end this way
Washington Post - Fri Mar 23, 2018
Andrew McCabe served in the FBI from 1996 until March 16, 2018. More»

Photo: Austin bomber Mark Anthony Conditt was part of Christian survivalist group that discussed 'dangerous' chemicals Austin bomber Mark Anthony Conditt was part of Christian survivalist group that discussed 'dangerous' chemicals
The Independent - Thu Mar 22, 2018
The Austin bomber was involved in a teenage Christian "survivalist" group that discussed weapons and dangerous chemicals, according to a childhood friend. More»

Photo: Austin bomber 'blows himself up' with seventh device as police closed in Austin bomber 'blows himself up' with seventh device as police closed in
Daily Mail - Wed Mar 21, 2018
The Austin bomber is dead after blowing himself up as police FBI agents tired to arrest him in the early hours of Wednesday. More»

Photo: Alabama man, 48, admits planning to kidnap a 'young, clean virgin', 14, so he could SELL her to a Tennessee sex trafficker Alabama man, 48, admits planning to kidnap a 'young, clean virgin', 14, so he could SELL her to a Tennessee sex trafficker
Daily Mail - Wed Mar 21, 2018
An Alabama man who hatched a plan to hire someone to kidnap a woman and her 14-year-old daughter and then sell the teen to a sex trafficker has pleaded guilty to federal charges. More»

Photo: Murder Inquiry Over Russian Businessman's Death in London Murder Inquiry Over Russian Businessman's Death in London
BBC - Fri Mar 16, 2018
UK police have launched a murder investigation after the death of Russian businessman Nikolai Glushkov in south-west London. More»

Photo: 'Multiple deaths' as 950-ton pedestrian bridge collapses on top of cars and people on Florida college campus just days after it was installed 'Multiple deaths' as 950-ton pedestrian bridge collapses on top of cars and people on Florida college campus just days after it was installed
Daily Mail - Thu Mar 15, 2018
Emergency crews are rushing to the scene of a collapsed pedestrian bridge that has reportedly killed 'multiple people' and trapped cars on the campus of Florida International University in Miami. More»

Photo: Trump Admits To Making Up Trade Deficit In Talks With Canadian Prime Minister Trump Admits To Making Up Trade Deficit In Talks With Canadian Prime Minister
NPR - Thu Mar 15, 2018
In audio of a closed-door fundraiser obtained by the Washington Post and NBC News, President Trump boasts to donors that he "had no idea" whether he was correct when he insisted to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that the US has a trade deficit with Canada. More»

Photo: UK Prime Minister May Expels 23 Russian Diplomats in Response to Spy Poisoning UK Prime Minister May Expels 23 Russian Diplomats in Response to Spy Poisoning
The Guardian - Wed Mar 14, 2018
The UK is to expel 23 Russian diplomats, consider new laws to combat spying and look at sanctions as part of a sweeping response to the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, Theresa May has told parliament. More»

Photo: Stephen Hawking dies aged 76 Stephen Hawking dies aged 76
BBC - Wed Mar 14, 2018
The British theoretical physicist was known for his groundbreaking work with black holes and relativity, and was the author of several popular science books including A Brief History of Time. More»

Page 1, 2

articles

Browse

Paypal

ADVERTISEMENT

Solar & Geomagnetic
Conditions
status
kpstatus

CURRENT MOON

ADVERTISEMENT

Kali Yantra