Afghan police forced to sell arms to Taliban to feed their families/Ebola deaths in Sierra Leone ‘underreported’/North Korea Launches Submarine Capable Of Firing Ballistic Missiles and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

U.K. Mother Who Won Case to Kill Disabled Daughter Raising International Concerns

The case of a mother who petitioned a United Kingdom judge to allow her to kill her 12-year-old daughter by depriving her of hydration and nutrition is raising international concerns from disability advocates and others around the world. Nancy Fitzmaurice, who was killed in August, was born blind with hydrocephalus, meningitis and septicaemia. Nancy was …

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Transformation of a Homosexual: What Change Looks Like

In a recent conference on homosexuality put on by the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission in Nashville, I was shocked and deeply saddened at the absence of those who could speak on the topic of “change” for the homosexual. Where were they? They were all sitting in the audience, ministry leaders who have …

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After Removing ‘God’ From Dictionary, Gospel Spreads in European Nation

Imagine looking up the word “God” in the dictionary only to find it’s not there. This was the case in Albania, where before the fall of communism in the early 1990s, government leaders attempted to remove all spirituality from the culture—destroying churches, temples and mosques and even removing the word “God” from dictionaries. Now, the …

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China And South Korea Expressed ‘Deep Concern’ Over North Korea’s Nuclear Advances

China and South Korea joined Friday in warning of North Korea’s advances in nuclear technology that the US commander in South Korea has said could include the miniaturization of a weapon for a missile warhead. More Info Below

WAR DRUMS – Russian troops moving closer to Ukraine border

Russia has moved troops closer to the border with Ukraine and continues to support rebels in the country’s east, NATO’s chief said on Tuesday, after an election held by the pro-Russian separatists and condemned by Kiev and Western leaders. Ukraine’s president said Sunday’s vote flouted terms of a plan to end a war that has …

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Artificial Intelligence Outperforms Average High School Senior.

Artificial intelligence in Japan is getting closer to entering college. AI software scored higher on the English section of Japan’s standardized college entrance test than the average Japanese high school senior, its developers said. The software, known as To-Robo, almost doubled its score on a multiple choice test from its performance a year ago, indicating …

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Meteor streaks over eastern US Monday night

Dozens of reports of a fireball crossing the sky emerged Monday evening across 12 eastern states, from as far north as the Great Lakes states and extending as far south as Georgia. As of 11:00 Monday night, the American Meteor Society said they had received nearly 200 reports of one or more meteors crossing the skies …

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2 Nuclear Commanders Fired, Another Disciplined

The Air Force on Monday fired two more nuclear commanders and disciplined a third, fresh evidence of leadership lapses in a nuclear missile corps that has suffered a rash of recent setbacks, including the firing last year of its top commander. More Below

Australia under pressure amid new currency war

The Australian dollar came under renewed selling pressure on Tuesday as the consolidation of global imbalances continues to fuel a rally in its US counterpart. The Aussie dropped briefly to touch a four-year low around $US86.5 cents on weak trade data and an upward revision in unemployment, before recovering to around $US86.9 cents as the …

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The George Soros-funded organization Common Cause is monitoring polling places in 16 different states with the help of a Washington-based civil rights lawyer group. Common Cause staff and volunteers will spend Tuesday “assisting voters and monitoring the process at polling places” in 16 states, according to an email the group sent to supporters. ”Three of our …

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1,000 times stronger than Chelyabinsk meteorite: New asteroid may threaten Earth

Moscow University’s robotic telescope has discovered a massive asteroid that could potentially hit Earth in the future. If such a collision happens, the explosion would be 1,000 more powerful the Chelyabinsk meteorite explosion in 2013. An automatic telescope installed in Russia’s Caucasus Mountains, near the city of Kislovodsk, first spotted the newly discovered space rock, …

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Obama to Aggressively Use Executive Power Regardless Midterms Outcome

US President Barack Obama will be actively using his executive power regardless what party takes control of the Congress, Patrick Griffin, former assistant to the president on legislative affairs told RIA Novosti on Monday. “I think the president will continue to use his executive power aggressively,” Griffin said. “The Congress will use its legislative authority …

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US Warns Russia of Further Isolation After East Ukraine

The United States does not recognize Sunday’s elections in eastern Ukraine and believes that Russia’s support of the independence push there will only serve to isolate it further, US State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki said at a briefing. “The United States deplores and does not recognize yesterday’s so-called separatist elections in eastern Ukraine, nor do we …

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At 09:20 am (Moscow time), this silo-based Topol-M intercontinental ballistic missile was launched from Plesetsk in Arkhangelsk Oblast. A few minutes later, the dummy nuclear warhead hits its target on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia’s far eastern corner, the Ministry of Defense reports. The Ministry adds that the Topol-M missile has an “extremely high accuracy of …

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House Republicans could see their first black, gay members in years

House Republicans are expected to expand their majority in Tuesday’s election in part by welcoming a new crop of fiery conservatives – but also by adding something that has been missing from the GOP: diversity. Republicans in the House will probably add their first African American representative in recent years, if front-runner Mia Love picks …

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U.S. scientists say uncertainties loom about Ebola’s transmission, other key facts

Even as government officials express confidence that researchers know the key facts about Ebola, many questions crucial to preventing an outbreak in the United States remain unanswered, scientists told a workshop at the National Academy’s Institute of Medicine in Washington on Monday. Virtually all the unknowns have practical consequences, participants emphasized, making it foolish and …

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Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano – shaken by violent eruption

COSTA RICA – Among the observations by volcanologists conducting weekend inspections in the area around Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano were craters in the earth measuring up to one meter in diameter – the result of rocks shooting out from the volcano. Experts from the National Seismological Network (RSN) and the Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of …

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Fifth local doctor in Sierra Leone has died of Ebola

SIERRA LEONE – A doctor in Sierra Leone has died of Ebola — the fifth local doctor in the West African nation to die of the disease, authorities said Monday. The death of Dr. Godfrey George, medical superintendent of Kambia Government Hospital in northern Sierra Leone, was a blow to efforts to keep desperately needed …

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It’s Currency War! – And Japan Has Fired The First Shot

This is the big problem with fiat currency – eventually the temptation to print more of it when you are in a jam becomes too powerful to resist.  In a surprise move on Friday, the Bank of Japan dramatically increased the size of the quantitative easing program that it has been conducting.  This sent Japanese …

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Obama ‘using federal law to target Christians’

Obamacare has been the subject of litigation since it was launched, and there have been numerous accusations – that it is unconstitutional, that it violates religious rights, that it invades privacy, that it goes beyond government authority by ordering consumers to purchase a product, and more. Now a new lawsuit has been filed arguing that …

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Kerry won’t unveil peace plan in talks with Palestinians

Top US diplomat John Kerry on Monday was to meet the chief Palestinian negotiator but would not unveil an American peace plan, an official said, adding such a move would be unproductive. “There are no current plans to introduce a peace plan,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said, dismissing reports that proposals would be laid on …

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Yellowstone Volcano Observatory Monthly Update Reports 98 Earthquakes in October

The Yellowstone Volcano Observatory says in its monthly update that 98 earthquakes happened in the Yellowstone National Park region in October. The largest quake measured 2.7 magnitude, and occurred on October 29 at 3:55 p.m. about 11 miles south-southwest of West Thumb. The quake was part of a small swarm of 15 earthquakes that occurred …

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US general paints grim picture of Russia relations

The top U.S. commander for NATO painted Monday an increasingly grim picture of the West’s deteriorating relationship with Russia, saying Moscow is effectively working to shift its border westward into Ukraine. Gen. Philip Breedlove said Monday that Moscow’s actions are forcing the West to beef up its military capabilities, and Russia is discussing plans to put …

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Dollar smashes through resistance as mega-rally gathers pace

The US dollar has surged to a four-year high against a basket of currencies and has punched through key technical resistance, marking a crucial turning point for the global financial system. The so-called dollar index, watched closely by traders, has finally broken above its 30-year downtrend line as the US economy powers ahead and the …

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UPDATE: Rate of Ebola infections in Liberia drops sharply.

MONROVIA, Liberia — The rate of new Ebola infections here has declined so sharply in recent weeks that even some of the busiest treatment facilities are now only half-full and officials are reassessing the scale of the response needed to quell the epidemic. The turnaround has occurred without the provision of a single treatment bed …

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Christian rapper Jackie Hill-Perry testifies of radical Deliverance from Lesbianism

Jackie Hill-Perry considers herself not merely an agent of change, but its embodiment as well. A Christian spoken-word poet from Chicago, Ms. Hill-Perry professes to be a former lesbian — a change she ascribes to God. God, she says, “not only changes your affections and your heart, but He gives you new affections that you …

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CDC to Purchase 1.4 Million Surgical Gowns As Ebola Concerns Grow.

The Centers For Disease Control is set to purchase over 1.4 million surgical gowns in response to concerns about the spread of Ebola, as experts predict the United States could see over one hundred cases by the end of the year. A notice posted on FedBizOpps reveals that the federal agency is preparing to spend …

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Ancient Middle Eastern stone circles: Who built them?

Huge stone circles in the Middle East have been imaged from above, revealing details of structures that have been shrouded in mystery for decades. Archaeologists in Jordan have taken high-resolution aerial images of 11 ancient “Big Circles,” all but one of which are around 400 meters (1,312 feet) in diameter. Why they are so similar …

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Foreign jihadists flocking to Iraq and Syria on ‘unprecedented scale’

The United Nations has warned that foreign jihadists are swarming into the twin conflicts in Iraq and Syria on “an unprecedented scale” and from countries that had not previously contributed combatants to global terrorism. A report by the UN security council, obtained by the Guardian, finds that 15,000 people have travelled to Syria and Iraq …

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North Carolina Judges Continuing to Resign After Orders to Conduct Same-Sex ‘Marriages’

Since North Carolina’s denial of ‘gay marriage’ was ruled to be unconstitutional, at least 6-8 family court magistrates have resigned from their positions, citing that their Christian faith prevents them from performing so-called same-sex marriages. On October 10, 2014, U.S. District Court Judge Max O. Cogburn, Jr. ruled in General Synod of the United Church of …

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China is using lasers to take down drones

China has developed and successfully tested technology to shoot down drones with lasers, according to state media. The “homemade laser defense system” specifically targets small-scale drones flying at a low altitude – the likely choice of terrorists, the official Xinhua news agency reported. The mechanism can also take down various other small aircraft within a …

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FL girl, 10, is paralyzed with rare brain infection and can no longer speak – 4 days after receiving flu shot

A 10-year-old girl in Florida has been paralyzed for almost a year with a rare inflammation of the brain and her family is blaming a flu vaccine. According to Carla Grivna, her daughter Marysue was living a perfectly healthy and happy life until last year. ‘She (used to) love school, she was running, playing, singing in …

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After rapidly intensifying, Super Typhoon Nuri may be planet’s strongest storm of 2014

The northwest Pacific Ocean basin, home to some of the strongest typhoons on the planet, has done it again. Barely one month after Super Typhoon Vongfong peaked at an intensity that was among the top 30 most intense such storms on record, Super Typhoon Nuri rapidly intensified on Sunday to rival or beat that milestone. …

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Ebola outbreak caused by new strain never seen before; was it weaponized?

Noted infectious disease experts have said that the current strain of Ebola virus plaguing Africa and slowly spreading in the United States is potentially much more lethal than previous strains identified by virologists. As reported by Washington’s Blog, Dr. Michael Osterholm, the head of the Center for Infection Disease Research and Policy at the University of …

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Ebola death toll is greatly underestimated; actual number close to 15,000 deaths

The official Ebola death count during the current outbreak is reportedly hovering around 5,000, but the World Health Organization (WHO) says this number is likely far too low. Based on assessments of cases not reported, the United Nations arm says the actual number of Ebola deaths is likely three times higher than what is being …

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Churches defy IRS, endorse candidates, dare agency to sue.

A record number of rogue Christian pastors are endorsing candidates from the pulpit this election cycle, using Sunday sermons to defiantly flout tax rules. Their message to the IRS: Sue me.  But the tax agency is doing anything but. Although the IRS was sued itself for not enforcing the law and admitted about 100 churches …

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Unusual warm ocean conditions off California, West Coast bringing odd species

Hawaiian ono swimming off the California coast? Giant sunfish in Alaska? A sea turtle usually at home off the Galapagos Islands floating near San Francisco? Rare changes in wind patterns this fall have caused the Pacific Ocean off California and the West Coast to warm to historic levels, drawing in a bizarre menagerie of warm-water …

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Parts of the East Coast were digging out Sunday from up to a foot of snow, with significant snowfall reported from South Carolina to Maine. By Sunday afternoon, 12 inches of snow had fallen in Bangor, Maine, with more expected overnight. Thousands of people lost power across New England as the storm brought high winds, …

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Tavis Smiley Compares Obama To Jesus

Sunday on CBS’s “Face The Nation,” PBS host Tavis Smiley commented on the Democrat candidate for U.S. Senate from Kentucky, Alison Lundergan Grimes refusing to admitting she voted for President Barack Obama said, “Peter only denied Jesus three times.” Smiley said, “In Kentucky it was discussed earlier you have a candidate who four times in matter …

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Student Arrested after not removing Rosary

Local mother claims an officer used excessive force on her middle schooler at a football game.  14-year-old Jacob Herrera attended Sam Houston middle school’s Wednesday night football game. Herrera wore a rosary outside of his clothes when officer Corporal Wilson asked him to remove it. Marivell Chavez, a witness, says she was at the game Wednesday …

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PLA’s DF-31B ICBM ‘poses threat to US national Security’

After China tested its DF-31B intercontinental ballistic missile on Sept. 2, the Washington-based Strategy Page said that this new missile with a range of 10,000 poses a serious challenge to the national security of the United States. The report said that China is estimated to have 400 missiles with the capability to carry nuclear warheads. …

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Are Russian Bombers Flying Nuclear Drills Near Europe—Or Just Testing NATO’s Defenses?

Nuclear-capable Russian bombers are flying over the North Sea and the Atlantic. And U.S. Air Force officers are very concerned at what could be a rehearsal of a deadly mission. Russian bombers may be flying nuclear strike drills over the Atlantic Ocean and North Sea, current and former U.S. Air Force officers believe. At the …

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Terminally ill Brittany Maynard has ended her life

The terminally ill woman who chose Nov. 1 as the day she would die ended her life Saturday. That’s according to PEOPLE, which reported that Brittany Maynard, 29, died at her home in Portland. PEOPLE reports that Brittany wrote a goodbye on her Facebook page. It states: “Goodbye to all my dear friends and family …

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