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Is California drought Setting the Stage for wave of earthquakes?


With about 60 percent of the state now limping through the worst categorical level of drought on record, California faces an unprecedented water crisis that, besides triggering shortages, stands to greatly influence the availability of fresh produce nationwide. And as far as its own residents and the residents of nearby states are concerned, there is …

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Protesters in Ferguson growing in number, many coming from out-of-state.


On one corner of a battered stretch of West Florissant Avenue, the epicenter of ongoing protests, young men pull dark scarves up over their mouths and lob molotov cocktails at police from behind makeshift barricades built of bricks and wood planks. They call the gasoline-filled bottles “poor man’s bombs.” The young men yell expletives and, …

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Yet another Teacher Charged With Rape After Being Found With Teen In Hotel


An Oklahoma teacher who was under investigation for an inappropriate relationship with a student faces a slew of charges — including second-degree rape — after police in Mississippi say they caught her in a hotel room with a 15-year-old student. Jennifer Caswell, a 28-year-old former English teacher at Hollis Middle School in Hollis, Oklahoma, resigned …

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Netanyahu warns that IDF will strike hard if rockets resume


Visiting an Israeli Navy base in Ashdod, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Monday that Israel is prepared to respond forcefully if Hamas resumes rocket fire on southern Israel after midnight, should the ceasefire talks fail and the truce be breached. “We are preparing for any outcome. The Israeli team was instructed to insist firmly on Israel’s security …

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Tehran linked to missile technology used in attacks against Israel.


When President Obama announced last year the easing of U.S. sanctions on Iran in return for concessions on its nuclear program, he cautiously hailed the deal as a “real opportunity to achieve a comprehensive, peaceful settlement” with Tehran. But while both countries work overtime on thorny nuclear issues, fresh evidence suggests Iran continues to support …

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The First Robot That Behaves Like a Human


Deep inside a Cornwall warehouse, a pair of eyes are watching your moves very closely. They don’t belong to a human, much less to an animal. They belong to a genial robot who longs to crack jokes and sing funny songs.  Designed by robot manufacturing company Engineered Arts in England, RoboThespian, as this robot is …

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Russia may ban import of cars if West applies new sanctions


Russia may tighten retaliatory sanctions against Western nations to include a ban on imports of cars, among other things, if the United States and the European Union impose additional sanctions on Moscow, Vedomosti daily newspaper said on Monday. Following Russia’s stand off over Ukraine, Western nations imposed sanctions on Moscow including on its financial and energy sectors, …

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Mysterious Shifting Lights Observed Near Huge Black Hole


A NASA spacecraft has spotted strange light shifts near the heart of a supermassive black hole that could help scientists better understand the inner workings of these monstrous objects. The agency’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Arrayprobe, or NuSTAR, looked on as a mysterious X-ray source, called a corona, moved closer to a supermassive black hole. The …

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Woman caught allegedly having sex with dog, then poisons roommates


A woman in Albuquerque was arrested after she poisoned her roommates’ food and drinks. The reason why she poisoned them is even more disturbing. Police allege Shari Walters, 53, was caught by a female roommate having sex with the roommate’s dog, Spike. Walters boasted that this was not the first time she had had sexual relations with the …

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500 Pastors Unite in Intercession for Spiritual Awakening in Colorado


Ask Keith Peterson what a spiritual awakening looks like, and the Colorado pastor points to a cartoon that was published on the front page of a Denver newspaper in 1905. The Jan. 21 edition of the now-defunct Denver Republican featured an evangelist with a pitchfork in hand, chasing the devil out of the Mile High …

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Detroit police tell citizens to buy guns


Detroit police chief James Craig – nicknamed “Hollywood” for his years spent in the LAPD and his seeming love of being in front of the camera – has repeatedly called on “good” and “law-abiding” Detroiters to arm themselves against criminals in the city. His words have not fallen on deaf ears. Patricia Champion, a 63-year-old …

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After more than a week of nightly get-off-the-street orders and violence in Ferguson, Missouri, by protesters of the police shooting of a teenager, authorities are dropping their plan for a curfew. Instead, the governor has instructed the National Guard units on duty there to protect police. The move apparently will leave homeowners, shop owners and …

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New Mexico Teacher Tested for Ebola


BREAKING NEWS: We’re at no lack for panic as the Ebola crisis continues to stir fears across the world about a possible outbreak beyond West Africa. As we noted earlier, the looting of a health clinic in Liberia brought with it considerable fears that assailants had made off with equipment and bedding that could lead to wider exposure. …

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CODE ORANGE: The Risk Of An ‘Explosive Subglacial Eruption’ In Iceland Just Went Up


Icebergs covered in volcanic ash from the eruption of the Grimsvotn volcano float in a glacial lagoon below the Vatnajokull Glacier in Iceland. There’s a chance a huge volcano in Iceland could blow. Lorcan Roche Kelly at Agenda Research tipped us off to the news that the Icelandic government on Monday changed the status of …

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Kurdish forces have control of Mosul Dam, said Hemin Hawrami, the foreign relations head for the Kurdistan Democratic Party. Kurdish forces had been battling to retake the dam, which ISIS militants had seized. The dam has been the center of an intense battle in northern Iraq between the Islamic extremists and Kurdish forces that were …

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An Iraqi television host started crying on-air over what ISIS has done to his country’s Christians, according to a video and translation provided by the Middle East Media Research Institute. “They are our own flesh and blood,” Nahi Mahdi said on Asia TV in late July, covering his face as he wept. “Some of them …

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EXAM: Ferguson teen shot six times; Twice in head.


Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was killed by a police officer, sparking protests around the nation, was shot at least six times, including twice in the head, a preliminary private autopsy performed on Sunday found. One of the bullets entered the top of Mr. Brown’s skull, suggesting his head was bent forward when …

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8,000 Navy chiefs on “Chopping Block”


Almost 8,000 senior enlisted personnel must go before a continuation board later this year to determine whether they can continue to serve or must retire. The board — the first since early 2013 — will convene Oct. 27, according to a Navy document released Aug. 14. At risk are between 7,500 and 8,000 retirement-eligible active and …

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Community Health Systems says personal data stolen in cyber attack


BREAKING NEWS: U.S. hospital operator Community Health SystemsInc said on Monday personal data, including patient names and addresses, of about 4.5 million people were stolen by hackers from its computer network, likely in April and June. The company said the data, considered protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, included patient names, addresses, birth dates, telephone numbers …

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Why Were The Police In Ferguson Told Not To Stop The Rampant Looting On Friday Night?


On Friday night, the city of Ferguson, Missouri was absolutely packed with militarized police.  But when the looting started, they did nothing about it.  In fact, news reports indicate that the police were lined up just blocks from where the looting was happening but did not make any attempt to stop it.  When I first read …

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California’s epic drought sets off crop failure alarms..


When the winter rains failed to arrive in this Sacramento Valley town for the third straight year, farmers tightened their belts and looked to the reservoirs in the nearby hills to keep them in water through the growing season. When those faltered, some switched on their well pumps, drawing up thousands of gallons from underground …

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You probably have heard of the Kent State shootings: on May 4, 1970, the Ohio National Guard opened fire on student protesters at Kent State University. During those 13 seconds of gunfire, four students were killed and nine were wounded, one of whom was permanently paralyzed. The shock and outcry resulted in a nationwide strike …

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Economists Nervous About When U.S. Federal Reserve Will Begin Raising Interest Rates


With the annual Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Economic Policy Symposium approaching this week, economists are expressing nervousness on whether the U.S. Federal Reserve will begin to raise interest rates before inflation sets in. With the U.S. unemployment rate at 6.2 percent in July – more than a full point lower than July 2013 — and private-sector earnings up 2 percent for hourly workers, a handful of Fed officials …

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Could An Ebola Panic Be Used As An Excuse To Put Large Numbers Of Americans In Camps?


Now even the mainstream media is admitting that during an Ebola panic “people could be detained for long periods, merely on a suspicion they might have been exposed to some pathogen.”  As you will read about below, federal law contains some very vague provisions which could be used to indefinitely quarantine large numbers of Americans …

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Yellowstone region has high earthquake probability


A new U.S. Geological Survey report indicates a slightly greater earthquake hazard in the Greater Yellowstone region of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho than previously thought, a geophysicist says. “The new maps show how Yellowstone has had a relative increase in the hazard,” University of Utah geophysicist Bob Smith said. “It’s not a lot — it’s …

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Yazidis say villagers massacred for refusing to adopt Islam


Up to 80 Yazidis have been reported killed by Isis (Islamic State) fighters in the biggest massacre so far of the Iraqi minority. Kurdish and Yazidi sources reported that dozens of people in Kocho village, about 25km from Sinjar city, had been summarily executed after refusing to convert to Islam. As the men were rounded …

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National Guard troops heading to Ferguson


The chaos in Ferguson has gotten so unruly that Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed an executive order deploying National Guard troops to the St. Louis suburb. “Given these deliberate, coordinated and intensifying violent attacks on lives and property in Ferguson, I am directing the highly capable men and women of the Missouri National Guard … …

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Christian village evacuates ahead of ISIS


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