Chinese boy falls from 3rd floor, hits car, uninjured/Italy a ‘dying country’ as birth rate falls to lowest level and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

First Openly Bisexual governor in American history elected in U.S

Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown (D) will become the first openly bisexual governor in U.S. history when Gov. John Kitzhaber (D) resigns Wednesday. An open LGBT governor has never been elected, although New Jersey did have an openly gay governor briefly in 2004, after Gov. Jim McGreevey (D) came out as gay and admitted …

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Scientists Warn Oklahoma’s Daily Earthquakes Raise Risk Of Big One

Small earthquakes shaking Oklahoma and southern Kansas daily and linked to energy drilling are dramatically increasing the chance of bigger and dangerous quakes, federal research indicates. This once stable region is now just as likely to see serious damaging and potentially harmful earthquakes as the highest risk places east of the Rockies such as New …

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Bank Hackers Steal Millions via Malware

In late 2013, an A.T.M. in Kiev started dispensing cash at seemingly random times of day. No one had put in a card or touched a button. Cameras showed that the piles of money had been swept up by customers who appeared lucky to be there at the right moment. But when a Russian cybersecurity …

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First GMO Apple Approved for Growing in USA

The government on Friday approved the commercial planting of genetically engineered apples that are resistant to turning brown when sliced or bruised. The developer, Okanagan Specialty Fruits, says it believes the nonbrowning feature will be popular with both consumers and food service companies because it will make sliced apples more appealing. The feature could also …

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Italy a ‘dying country’ as birth rate falls to lowest level

Italy’s birth rate has fallen to its lowest level since the foundation of the modern state in 1861, prompting fresh alarm in a society that has been steadily ageing for decades. The number of births per 1,000 people has fallen to just 8.4 per cent, down from 38.3 per cent when Italy’s territories and kingdoms were …

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Extreme Snowfall results in Snow Mound Three Stories High in Massachusetts

A massive mound on MIT’s campus — meant to serve as a dumping ground for excess snow — has been transformed by residents and students into a prime place for skiing, sledding, and “mountain” climbing. “I’m not sure who or what equipment was used to get it that high, but it’s definitely an awesome sight …

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NYC braces for coldest day in two decades

The Big Apple will be more like the Big Icebox this weekend. An arctic cold front packing dangerous winds of up to 60 mph could make it feel like it’s 20 below zero by Sunday — the coldest wind-chill factor since 1993’s “Storm of the Century,” forecasters warned. “You better snuggle up,” AccuWeather meteorologist Tom Kines said, noting …

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4,000 American troops headed to Kuwait for possible showdown with ISIS

( The Gazette ) As Congress mulls America’s war with the Islamic State terror group, more than 4,000 Fort Carson soldiers prepared Thursday to leave for Kuwait, where they will take over as America’s largest ground force in the troubled region.  The 3rd Brigade Combat Team bid farewell to the post in a ceremony and …

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Millions Flock to ‘50 Shades of Grey”, Dominating Box Office As It Eyes Record-Breaking $76 Million Opening

Millions are flocking to entertain themselves with Sexual Immorality thru their Pocketbook with The Universal drama opening to $30.2 million on Friday on its way to a projected, record-breaking $76 million long weekend. If estimates hold, the R-rated pic will easily dominate the previous Presidents Day weekend record holder, “Valentine’s Day,” for the best showing …

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Rare Cloud Formations attract multitudes in Grand Teton, Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A bizarre sheet of wispy clouds undulating over the Teton Range enchanted tourists and even veteran employees of Grand Teton National Park. Drivers stopped along the park’s main highway Thursday morning to gaze in awe and shoot photos of the rare phenomenon hovering over Grand Teton mountain. At 13,770 feet above …

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Franklin Graham weighs in on Alabama marriages

Christian evangelist Franklin Graham, who heads both the relief and development group Samaritan’s Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, has weighed in on the dispute in Alabama on whether courts can order states to acknowledge and support same-sex marriage as they have in dozens of other states.  His Facebook posting takes the dozens of …

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Religious-rights bill puts teeth in 1st Amendment

For the first time ever, a bill proposed in the Utah House of Representatives could place freedom of religion above other constitutionally protected rights and recognize religion as a defense against allegations of discrimination. Sponsored by LaVar Christensen, a Republican, and known as the Religious Liberty Recognition and Protection Act, HB 322, would allow people …

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White House giving Netanyahu Cold Shoulder, Winter Storms Batter the U.S

Vice President Joe Biden along with many other representatives from the US will not be in attendance when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses a joint session of Congress next month as a show of defiance against Israel as tensions continue to escalate between the White House and Israel, Now Multiple states from coastal New England …

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650 Babies Euthanized in the Netherlands Each Year Under Right to Die law

Just over a decade on from assisted dying being legalised in the Netherlands, as many as 1 in 33 Dutch people are thought to have died this way, including 650 babies a year, euthanized so that their parents don’t have to witness them struggle with disability or disease. The escalation in death by euthanasia over …

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Oil Could Plunge to $20, and This Might Be ‘the End of OPEC’

The recent surge in oil prices is just a “head-fake,” and oil as cheap as $20 a barrel may soon be on the way, Citigroup said in a report on Monday as it lowered its forecast for crude.  Despite global declines in spending that have driven up oil prices in recent weeks, oil production in …

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US sending around 600 paratroopers to Ukraine to train troops

A battalion of around 600 American paratroopers will be heading to Ukraine next month to train national guard troops there, a Pentagon spokesman told Fox News Wednesday. The unit heading to the war-torn country is from the U.S. Army’s 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team, based out of Vicenza, Italy. The training is to take place …

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Prepare For Stocks To Drop 50%

It is only a matter of time before the stock market plunges by 50% or more, according to several reputable experts. “We have no right to be surprised by a severe and imminent stock market crash,” explains Mark Spitznagel, a hedge fund manager who is notorious for his hugely profitable billion-dollar bet on the 2008 …

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Tens of tons of dead fish ‘is a mystery’ in Lake Singkarak, Indonesia

Communities around the Lake Singkarak, West Sumatra still shrouded in puzzles. Up to four days pascamatinya tens of tons fish floating keramba belongs to, has not been known to cause. The citizens began to distracted by the pungent stench of fish carcasses. However, there is also a community of harvesting the fish with a reason, it …

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Hundreds of dead fish found in a river in Santa Catarina, Brazil

The Jaraguaense Environmental Foundation (Fujama) found on Wednesday (11) that over 100 kg of dead fish float in Rio Cerro, in Jaragua do Sul, Santa Catarina in the North. It said water samples were collected to identify the cause of the destruction. The report should be out in 10 days. The complaint was made by …

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Government Probes Mass Fish Death in Lake Nasser in Sudan

The mass death of fish in Lake Nasser, south of Wadi Halfa, on the border between Sudan and Egypt, has sparked fears that mercury and cyanide might have leaked into the lake. During the past two days, large numbers of fish were found dead in the Nubian lake, as it is locally called. A delegation …

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Islamic Preacher Arrives in UK With Police Escort

This strange video shows an Islamic preacher being escorted by British police through Birmingham airport, while his followers greet his arrival with rhythmic chanting. Although very few details are available, the chanting was characteristic of Sufi Muslims, whose beliefs are based on Islamic mysticism. The chant is apparently some kind of meditative mantra. Some complained …

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Obama adviser John Podesta’s biggest regret: Keeping America in dark about UFOs

Outgoing senior Obama adviser John Podesta reflected on his latest White House stint Friday, listing his favorite moments and biggest regrets from the past year. Chief among them: depriving the American people of the truth about UFOs. Podesta’s longtime fascination with UFOs is well-documented, as his brief political hiatus following four years as President Bill Clinton’s …

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Obama Is Taking Unprecedented Direct Control Over Internet Changes

Friday on Newsmax TV’s “The Steve Malzberg Show,” FCC commissioner Ajit Pai said President Barack Obama is about to succeed in his attempt to take “alarmingly unprecedented direct involvement” into the FCC’s plan to regulate the internet, which he explained will mean “billions of dollars in new taxes,” slower broadband speeds and “less competition.” Discussing …

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Denmark on high alert after attack on free-speech event

At least one man has been killed and three police officers have been wounded after several shots were fired at a cafe in Denmark’s capital Copenhagen where a meeting on freedom of speech was being held.continue


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