ENS-Newswire | First step on the road to turning around the decline on bees.
bbc.co.uk | The Israeli defense minister has hinted his country was responsible.
AFP | Calls for an end to “doom and gloom” environmentalism.
Natural News | Local fisherman, “We can’t sell any of these fish.”
Brandon Smith | In our modern world there exist certain institutions of power.
money.cnn.com | Italy is grappling with a scandal at the world’s oldest bank that could affect the outcome of elections next month,
neurope.eu | Household real income fell by 0.3 per cent during the third quarter of 2012.
Reuters | Sec. of State Clinton: “With a new young leader we all expected something different.”
stratrisks.com | Country’s congress is the most expensive in Central America, although Honduras is the poorest country in the region.
investmentwatchblog.com | Europe break up will send the world into the next ‘great recession’ (or depression).
latimes.com | Washington addressing huge U.S. budget deficit biggest concern.
bbc.co.uk | It said it now expected the eurozone to remain in recession in 2013, having previously predicted growth.
CNS News | Due to its “strain” on the environment, beef imports would be countered by a proposed tax.
AFP and Bloomberg | Tso: “Heaven forbid if you are forced to live on when you want to die.”
AFP | Production-sharing deals that Exxon has signed with Kurdistan at the center of Iraq’s complaint.
Nature | European Food Safety Authority report concludes that neonicotinoid insecticides should be used only on crops that are not attractive to honey bees.
Economic Collapse | Share this list of shocking questions with everyone you know that needs to wake up.
news.yahoo.com | UK’s relationship with the EU could have a “chilling effect” on business and growth.
hindustantimes.com | Stumble raised questions about Europe’s ability to escape recession.
cnn.com | French troops and warplanes joined the battle last week on the side of Malian government forces.
Robert Nolan | A failed plan to tax the rich at 75 percent.
landdestroyer.blogspot.com | We chase our tails endlessly in debate while the government pragmatically eliminates our ability to arm ourselves.
Slate.com | Have the globalists been successful in curbing the world’s population?
Breitbart | Equates to one abortion being performed every 94 seconds…
Fox News | Commission deciding whether to upgrade 31 U.S. nuclear plants “with similar designs to Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi facility.”
bostonglobe.com | Northern Mali now its territory.
Infowars.com | From the book, “War on Syria: Gateway to WWIII.”
telegraph.co.uk | President Anibal Cavaco Silva called for urgent action to halt the “recessionary spiral.”
WSJ | For years now, economists like Paul Krugman have been criticizing countries in Europe for engaging in too much austerity.
AFP | “Earlier this year, 12 doctors were accused of conducting secret trials on children and patients with learning disabilities.”
Kurt Nimmo | Red Cross boss warns of upheaval similar to the Arab Spring.
London Telegraph | The United States and New Zealand conducted secret tests of a “tsunami bomb” designed to destroy coastal cities by using underwater blasts to trigger massive tidal waves.
Zero Hedge | New study says “West Coast will get slammed with radioactive cesium starting in 2015.”
Zero Hedge | Ordinary Americans – defying decades of investment history – are selling stocks for a fifth year in a row.
CNN | U.S. Defense Secretary confident U.S. could block North Korean missile if need be.
cnsnews.com | Record in December, climbing from 56,658,978 in November to 56,758,185 in December.
RT.com | Chilean officials issued red alert fearing Copahue volcano’s imminent eruption.
NY Post | Jeffrey Sprecher’s 12-year-old IntercontinentalExchange revealed an $8.2 billion deal to buy NYSE Euronext.
nytimes.com | Bank of Japan said Thursday that it would expand asset buying and lending.
thenews.com.pk | Fitch expects to resolve three Negative Outlooks in 2013.
guardian.co.uk | Greece is ending the year where it spent most of 2012.
dailymail.co.uk | Suffering some of the steepest food price hikes, research reveals.
AFP | Yemen is faced with two types of crises: acute malnutrition and chronic malnutrition.
Guardian.co.uk | Climate change skeptic points out a sentence he says proves cosmic rays are more responsible for global warming than humans.
FT | European Central Bank head says the EU ‘needs’ new powers to save failing banks.
Guardian.co.uk | US, UK, Canada, Costa Rica, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, and Kenya are a few of the nations that opposed regulations.
Japan Times | Nuclear Regulation Authority on high alert after triple-meltdown disaster at Fukushima-Daiichi reactor last year.
bbc.co.uk | Greece is to get the latest tranche of bailout funds needed to keep the country going.
guardian.co.uk | There has always been a debate about whether it is possible to have a single market without a single currency.
bloomberg.com | Declining consumer confidence in the U.S. has “people worried.”