Why are Brazil’s Environmentalists Being Murdered?
Between 2002 and 2013, at least 448 environmentalists were killed in Brazil…
by Michael E. Miller
Eazy-E's Son Says Suge Knight, Not HIV, Killed His Dad
Yung Eazy believes his dad was injected with fatal poison.
by Evelyn Diaz

Country music legend rips Washington in Facebook rant
Ripped through a litany of complaints about a variety of hot-button political issues.
by David Wright
The Dark Web is Stronger than Ever Showing Ross Ulbricht’s Prison Sentence did Nothing to Deter Crime
When law enforcement manage to shut down an online market, another is created in its place to meet demand.
by News.com.au

Pat Robertson: Stock Market Plunge Is God Punishing America For Planned Parenthood
“That’s how strong he feels about funding the murder of unborn babies.”
by Jason Devaney
City Officials Change Mind, Close Radioactive Park
Radioactive material was dumped into the park’s floodplain, contaminating the soil.
by Jason Aubry

Asia’s Richest Man Loses US$3.6 Billion on China’s ‘Black Monday’ as World's Billionaires See Their Fortunes Tumble
Wang Jianlin saw US$2 billion wiped from his stake in Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties.
by Bloomberg
Web mocks Jeb Bush’s ‘black hand’ in campaign leaflet
Truth turned out to be more about carelessness.
by RT


Here's How They Screw You Over At The Gas Pump
Did you know gov’t regulations actually decrease MPG?
by Eric Peters
Jimmy Carter: Melanoma has Spread to Brain
‘I feel this is in the hands of God,’ he says.
by Nick Gass

Hamas 'seizes Israeli spy dolphin' Off Gaza
Bottlenose dolphins were used as naval assets during the Cold War by the Soviet Union.
by BBC
Sanders closes gap with Clinton
Sanders within 18 percentage points of the former secretary of State.
by Emilie Teresa Stigliani

Surge in New MERS Cases Recorded in Saudi Capital Riyadh
58 new cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in the country since the start of August.
by Reuters
Boy 'tortured and killed' After Stealing a Mobile Phone in Bangladesh
Protests have been staged in Bangladesh in response to recent high-profile lynching of children.
by Siobhan Fenton

Third World Diplomats Say NYC is Grosser than the Third World
“There are more homeless people here than there are in Gambia…”
by New York Post
POLL: Teachers Overwhelmingly Oppose Obama’s Race-based School Discipline Policies
Districts that complied with Obama’s demands and removed “willful defiance” as grounds for suspension have received repeated complaints from parents.
by EAG News