Feds Hard at Work: $525 Ticket for ‘Stolen’ Soda Refills at Hospital
Refills in the cafeteria at the Ralph H. Johnson V.A. hospital are NOT free, and you better not forget it. And just in case you think you might be able to fill your cup with no one the wiser, federal police gave one man a $525 fine to serve as an example, a deterrent from […]
by Elizabeth Renter
US’s first Locally-transmitted Chikungunya Cases Appear in Miami
81 cases in Florida, but all of them were acquired during travel abroad..
by Sonja Isger and Julius Whigham II

Do We Choose Friends With Similar DNA?
Same level of similarity expected for fourth cousins.
by Jonathan Webb
Big Corporations Have An OVERWHELMING Amount Of Power Over Our Food Supply
Huge corporations have an overwhelming amount of power over our food supply every step of the way.
by Michael Snyder

Scientists Say Walking Only 20 Minutes, 3 Times a Week Cuts Alzheimer's Risk
Scientists say inactivity is most important lifestyle factor for Alzheimer’s.
by Sophie Borland
Monsanto Hides Toxicity Test Results on RoundUp, Calling them ‘Commercial’ Secret
Talking about Monsanto’s latest attempt to obstruct justice…
by Christina Sarich

Special Report: Radiation & the Universe
Many nuclear reactors sit on fault lines or on shores at risk for tsunamis.
by Infowars.com
Deadliest, Rarest Form of Plague Contracted Near Denver
Airborne version can be spread through coughing and sneezing..
by Sonali Basak and Jennifer Oldham

AFP Asks: 'Why Does Europe Hate GM Food and is it About to Change its Mind?'
French news agency claims several nations, including U.S., “have warmly embraced” GMO crops.
by AFP
Soda Tax and Bans Overstepping Bounds, or ‘For Our Own Good’?
Does legislating unhealthy food really hold the answer?
by Elizabeth Renter

Dr. Alveda King: While We Marched in the Sixties, Planned Parenthood Was Preparing Us a Place
Abortion ends the life of more African Americans than all other causes of death combined..
by Steve Zagorski
Study: Left Alone With Their Thoughts, People Choose Electric Shock
“..integral part – perhaps even a defining part – of what makes us human..”
by Amina Khan

4 Cases of Viral Mosquito-borne Disease Reported in Boston, Officials Say
People who recently traveled to the Caribbean could be infected, says Boston Public Health Commission.
by Yasmeen Abutaleb
Anthrax Confirmed in North Dakota Beef Cow
Anthrax spores lie dormant in the soil and become active under extreme weather conditions..
by AP

Hospitals Are Mining Patients' Credit Card Data to Predict Who Will Get Sick
Imagine getting a call from your doctor if you let your gym membership lapse.
by Shannon Pettypiece and Jordan Robertson
Secret studies proving Monsanto sells poison
Glyphosate is the main ingredient in Roundup.
by Jon Rappoport