‘I want to be the first UK woman to kill a Westerner’, says British jihadist in Syria/18 Israeli accused of espionage executed in Gaza/WW3: ISIS to Blow up an American City and more signs of JESUS’ soon return



U.S. says Russia will ‘Bear Consequences’ for move into Ukraine


The Obama administration Friday condemned the unauthorized entry of a Russian convoy into embattled eastern Ukraine, warning that the Kremlin would “bear additional consequences” for the move. Unless Russia removes the convoy it “will face additional costs and consequences from the United States and our partners in the international community,” Deputy National Security Advisor Ben …

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A fever of unidentified origin has killed 13 people in the northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo since August 11, the health minister said. “All 13 people who have died suffered from a fever, diarrhoea, vomiting and, in a terminal stage, of vomiting a black matter,” Dr Felix Kabange Numbi said late Thursday. So far, about …

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Netanyahu warns Hamas of ‘Heavy Price’ after child killed


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday vowed harsh retribution against Hamas, the Islamist rulers of Gaza, after a mortar round fired from the Palestinian territory killed an Israeli child. “Hamas will pay a heavy price for this attack,” Netanyahu’s spokesman Ofir Gendelman cited the premier as saying on his Twitter account, adding that the …

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Winter in August? Montana, Wyoming Brace for Snow, Cold.


While much of the U.S. will swelter in heat and humidity this weekend, it will feel more like fall, or even winter, for much of Montana and Wyoming. An unseasonably cold low pressure system is expected to bring below-average temperatures to the northern Rockies through early next week. Temperatures will be up to 35 degrees …

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FBI, Homeland Security Bulletin Asks Police To Be Aware Of ISIS


Federal authorities sent a bulletin to U.S. law enforcement Friday in light of the threat concerning militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), according to CBS News. The bulletin from the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI cites no known threat to the U.S. homeland, but reminds law enforcement to be alert …

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Obama considering airstrikes in Syria against Islamic State.


President Obama is considering U.S. airstrikes in Syria against militants of the Islamic State, the White House said Friday. “We’re not going to be restricted by borders,” said Ben Rhodes, a national security adviser to the president. “We’re actively considering what’s going to be necessary to deal with that threat.” The bombing of targets in …

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BREAKING NEWS – ISIS Threat Made On Chicago


BREAKING NEWS – Over the past six years, Chicago has become a top potential target for international terrorists, a top security expert said Friday, making the posting of a veiled threat by Islamic radicals on Twitter a higher cause for concern. “Many organizations refer to Chicago as Obama Town,” said CBS 2 security expert Ross Rice, …

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Colorado Residents warned Bubonic Plague found in fleas in open space in southeast Boulder


BREAKING NEWS: Signs warning of the bubonic plague have been posted in an open space area near Boulder’s southeastern border. A health official told the Boulder Daily Camera, at this time she would discourage people from visiting the City of Boulder’s 44-acre Marshall open space property, which is home to a single, large prairie dog colony. …

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Colorado Law Enforcement Agencies Obtain Unwanted Military Equipment


The conflict in Ferguson, Mo., where an unarmed teen was shot by police has raised the issue whether police agencies are becoming too militarized. And records show several Colorado law enforcement agencies have an array of equipment that the military no longer needs. CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger looked at what local agencies have gotten and …

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Miami Police Acquires 250 Assault Rifles, 2 Military Choppers, 4 Mine-Resistant Tanks, 5 Grenade Launchers.


The images out of Ferguson, Missouri were alarming as officers resembling soldiers were going head-to-head with protesters.  CBS4 has learned the military gear being used by police in Ferguson is being used by police in South Florida. Police officers in South Florida have the same military gear, military issued weapons, and drive similar retired military …

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‘I want to be the first UK woman to kill a Westerner’, says British jihadist in Syria


A London woman who travelled to Syria to marry an Islamist militant has said she wants to be the first female jihadist to kill a British or American captive. Glorying in the beheading of James Foley on Twitter, Khadijah Dare asked for links to footage of the brutal murder. Writing under the name of Muhajirah …

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ISIS Using Online Tactics To Recruit Americans


The director of the FBI visited Colorado this week and detailed how the terror organization ISIS is recruiting Americans to take up their cause. It’s not just the recruitment of Americans that’s concerning to the FBI, it’s the method of recruitment — the Internet. FBI Director James Comey said how they are recruiting new members …

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The Strange Thing Happening to the Land in Western U.S. Because It’s 63 Trillion Gallons of Water Short


The record-setting drought in the western United States is not just leaving lawns, fields and wildlife parched, but the deficit of about 63 trillion gallons of water is actually causing the earth’s crust to rise upward.  Researchers at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego, who measured the level of …

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Venezuela proposes fingerprinting shoppers


Venezuelans could soon have to scan their fingerprints to buy bread. President Nicolas Maduro says a mandatory fingerprinting system is being implemented at grocery stores to combat food shortages by keeping people from buying too much of a single item. He calls it an “anti-fraud system” like the fingerprint scan the country uses for voting. …

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Retired Intel Officer: Foley Rescue Attempt Failed Because Obama ‘Dragged His Feet’


Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer (Ret.) is a CIA-trained former senior intelligence officer who wrote the book Operation Dark Heart about the Special Operations successes in the early stages of the Afghanistan war. He also famously reported to Congress that part of the intelligence breakdown prior to the 9/11 attacks was due to communications failures between …

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Ebola Scare in Ireland as Man dies after returning from Sierra Leone


BREAKING NEWS: The man, who is thought to have been living in Dublin, had recently returned from Sierra Leone. Locals, who named the man as Dessie Quinn, may have been getting treatment for suspected malaria, although it is not thought that he was an inpatient at any medical facility. It is believed that the father-of-one, …

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Chinese Jet Threatened U.S. Intelligence Aircraft


A Chinese jet fighter flew dangerously close to a U.S. Navy P-8 anti-submarine warfare aircraft near Japan this week in an encounter that highlights China’s continued aggressiveness in the region. The P-8, a new, militarized Boeing-737 anti-submarine warfare aircraft, was conducting routine surveillance of the Chinese coast over the East China Sea on Monday when …

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Los Angeles infrastructure rapidly collapsing into third world ruin


As the city of Los Angeles ages, its infrastructure is becoming increasingly fragile, and worse, city officials have no idea how they are going to finance upgrades. This, in a city — and a state — with some of the highest tax rates in the country, and it still isn’t enough. As reported by Bloomberg …

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American Company Dropping U.S. Dollar


An American company has announced it plans to stop accepting payments in U.S. dollars or other “fiat” currencies and instead will rely only on online payments. Denver-based Amagi Metals, which deals in precious metals, noted in its announcement that since the dollar was decoupled from gold in 1971, it has lost 97 percent of its value compared …

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Ebola scare hits U.S. 68 times in 3 weeks, Results still pending on some suspected cases


The deadly Ebola virus, which was taken down just a notch on Thursday by the announcement that both Americans infected while working in Africa and treated in Atlanta have recovered and been released, remains a source of dozens of alarms and alerts across the U.S. according to a report on the work of the Centers …

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ISIS strategizing to ‘Blow Up’ U.S. City


The ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee in the U.S. Senate is warning that ISIS terrorists, those who this week beheaded an American journalist, are working on a plan they could use to blow up an entire American city. The comments from Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., came in an interview with the Fox affiliate …

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A new law that has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives “would prohibit the sale, transfer or possession of military-level body armor by civilians”.  In other words, private citizens all over the entire nation would be permanently banned from owning body armor if this bill gets passed and signed into law. The bill …

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Palestinian flag hung from Manhattan Bridge during protest march


Palestinian supporters unfurled a large flag on the Manhattan Bridge during a solidarity march in Lower Manhattan Wednesday night. The flag, reading “Gaza, Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions,” was hanging on the south side of the bridge so marchers on the Brooklyn Bridge could see it. “Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions” was a pro-Palestinian campaign that started in …

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Microbial life found living on the exterior of the International Space Station


A new report claims that Russian scientists have discovered traces of marine life living on the exterior of the International Space Station (ISS). Vladimir Solovyev, the official in charge of Russia’s ISS segment, told the news agency Itar-Tass that tiny plankton and microscopic organisms had been discovered on the spacecraft’s exterior, describing the finds as …

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Pentagon warns: Islamic State threat greater than 9/11


The Islamic State poses a greater threat to the United States than al Qaeda did leading up to September 11, 2001, top brass at the Pentagon acknowledged on Thursday, discussing the crisis fast unfolding in eastern Syria and northern Iraq. “This is beyond anything that we’ve seen,” Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said, speaking to …

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1,000 earthquakes detected near Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano, adding to fears of a potential explosion


An intense earthquake swarm continues to rattle Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano, adding to fears that a potential eruption could disrupt the region’s air traffic. Weather officials say they detected about 1,000 small quakes through Tuesday night, which were triggered by an unusually strong earthquake on Monday. The tremors are tied to the increasing movement of magma …

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WW3: ISIS to Blow up an American City



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