Russia: ‘Free Syrian Army No Longer Exists’; Rebels Are Coordinating With Terrorists
Russia on Tuesday accused the West of ignoring its warnings about the growing terrorist threat in Syria.
by Patrick Goodenough
Is It Wise For Obama To Send Thousands Of U.S. Troops Into The Ebola Death Zone?
Barack Obama loves to show that he is “doing something” by sending troops to the affected area.
by Michael Snyder

Gaza war set to reverse Palestinian economic growth
Gaza would see a contraction of as much as 15%.
by Reuters
Declining Majority Still Supports “Active” U.S. Role in World Affairs
Nearly two-thirds of respondents support current defense spending.
by Jim Lobe

U.S. to Assad: Beware of interfering with U.S. air power in Syria
U.S. has a good sense of where Syrian air defenses and command-and-control facilities are located.
by Steve Holland
Ukraine hosts military drills led by US and joined by NATO
Exercise held in north-western Ukraine.
by RT

Respiratory Virus, Enterovirus D68, Likely Infected Thousands
Virus has been reported in 21 states.
by Sydney Lupkin
MIT Scientist Exposes Consequence of Monsanto’s Glyphosate & Aluminum Cocktail
“Glyphosate produces a leaky gut, and that’s going to help the aluminum get in…”
by Christina Sarich


The Ukraine Crisis Remains Unresolved
Some Western commentators interpret the cease fire in Ukraine obtained by President Putin as a victory for Russia.
by Paul Craig Roberts
Ukraine's Choreographed Civil War, As Revealed By Wikileaks
Russia is worried about divisions in Ukraine over NATO membership
by Zero Hedge

Ownership of UK gold up for negotiation if Scotland votes "Yes"
Negotiations with London over a raft of assets, including the pound and North Sea oil.
by Jan Harvey
Pope Francis And Shimon Peres Discuss The Establishment Of A ‘United Nations Of Religions’
Last Thursday, Pope Francis and former Israeli President Shimon Peres met for an extended 45 minute private conversation.
by Michael Snyder

Mexico Is the New Detroit; Forbes Credits NAFTA
Erasing national sovereignty in favor of an international political order run by unelected elites.
by Bob Adelmann
Stocks Fall as Oil Price Slump Hits Energy Sector
Stocks move slower compared to last week.
by Ken Sweet

Japan Says Economy Contracted 7.1 Percent in 2Q
Contraction expected after sales tax increased 3 percent.
by Elaine Kurtenbach
BP may be fined up to $18 billion for oil spill in Gulf of Mexico
Federal judge said British oil giant knew “well from hell” particularly dangerous because of high danger of blowout.
by Voice of Russia