Solar Storm 14 Times Larger Than Earth Could Unleash A Society-Crippling Electromagnetic Pulse
Did you know that a storm 14 times larger than the Earth is happening on the sun right now?
by Michael Snyder
Doctor: Monitoring At Airports Can’t Stop Ebola From Coming In
Lax measures pose danger to public.
by Associated Press

Islamic State earns $1M a month in black market oil sales
Group has taken in at least $20 million in ransom payments this year from kidnappings.
by Fox News
Oil price fall pushes Venezuela toward crisis
Government already running a deficit of 15 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).
by iol.co.za

Weather Channel Co-Founder: Efforts to Prove Global Warming Have 'Failed'
“Efforts to prove the theory that carbon dioxide is a significant greenhouse gas and pollutant causing significant warming or weather effects have failed.”
by Bradford Thomas 
US Helping ISIS? One Accidental Airdrop vs Billions in Covert Aid
ISIS is the purposeful creation of the United States in its pursuit of regional hegemony in the Middle East.
by Tony Cartalucci

Missing Mexico students: Iguala mayor arrest ordered
Cops reportedly handed students over to gang.
by BBC
TEPCO removing protective Fukushima canopy for most dangerous op yet
Protective dome being dismantled to prepare for the removal of nuclear fuel rods.
by RT.com


26 arrested for protesting outside Walmart billionaire's New York home
Another 16 were arrested in a similar protest outside a Walmart office in Washington, D.C.
by Katie Lobosco
Victory: Judge Deprives Monsanto of GM Planting Permit in Mexico, Protects the Bees
Biotech giant continues downward spiral.
by Christina Sarich

Airborne Ebola
Ebola is well known to be transmittable by inhalation.
by Joe Alton
Fracking Tied to Earthquakes in Ohio
Quakes tapered off after fracking on wells completed, study reports.
by Becky Oskin

Italy lifts out of recession thanks to hookers, drugs
Adding illegal revenue boosted gross domestic product figures.
by AFP
Birth control pills threaten fish populations, study warns
‘…[M]ale fish started to respond to estrogen exposure by producing egg yolk proteins and shortly after that they started to develop eggs…’
by Aly Thomson

Nuclear War could be near, according to Nobel laureate
Expansion of NATO to Russia’s borders is “very, very dangerous”
by Martin Sieff
Ebola outbreak: UN worker dies in Germany hospital
The man had been working as a UN medical official in Liberia.
by BBC News