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Man Arrested and Sentenced to 6 Months in Jail for Having Windmill on His Property For more than a year, we have been following the story of a Minnesota man, Jay Nygard, who is routinely risking jail time because he refuses to remove a wind turbine from his property.
Obama invited two radical anti-Israel activists at the annual White House Iftar dinner President Barack Obama hosted two radical anti-Israel activists, Riham Osman and Batoul Abuharb of Houston, Texas, on Tuesday night. They both had the honor of sitting at Mr. Obama's exclusive "President's Table" at the annual White House Iftar dinner
China called Laos, Myanmar and Thailand source of the most dangerous drugs Southeast Asia's lawless 'Golden Triangle' region remains the overwhelming source of the heroin and methamphetamine sold in China, the country's Cabinet said in a report issued Wednesday.
Flight attendants are suing Boeing because of the risk of toxic contamination in the passenger compartment Four flight attendants are suing Boeing, the maker of the 737 they were flying in, alleging the company has known for decades there's a risk of toxic fumes invading the passenger cabin. It's something their lawsuit calls the "dirty little secret" of the airline business.
Americans: Fatter & Dumber Than Ever Before Should stupid people be idiocy shamed?
Where does CNN find these idiots? On Friday May 29, CNN's New Day show featured Chris Cuomo bloviating about a draw Mohammed free speech gathering in Arizona. He said the contest was not a freedom issue, because the right to free speech is certain, but rather a moral issue. He likened the contest to the use of the N-word.
Baltimore's $20 Million Federally Financed Riots Accountability: After encouraging rioters to lay waste to Baltimore, the city's mayor now says she's confident she can get Uncle Sam to pay for the damage. What is this, the new age of federally financed riots?
New Video: Abortionists Worship Satan Pro-abortionists claim to be for women’s rights, but many actually worship the devil
Rise of the machines: MIT Cheetah Robot Lands the Running Jump. Video In a leap for robotic development, the MIT researchers who built a robotic cheetah have now trained it to see and jump over hurdles as it runs — making this the first four-legged robot to run and jump over obstacles autonomously
Vanderbilt Prof Blames Baltimore Riots On ‘White Privilege,’ Calls For Massive Surveillance Of White People A black sociology professor at Vanderbilt University is arguing that “white privilege” is to blame for last week’s riots and looting in Baltimore, Md.
Chinese Doctors Remove Leech From Schoolboy's Throat Chinese doctors have discovered why complaints of a "sore throat" eventually caused a Chinese schoolboy to lose consciousness.
China Targets Dollar, Washington Has Conniptions Now even Israel - joined at the hip to the US though the relationship has run into rough waters - has applied to become a founding member of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Despite US gyrations to keep them from it, over 40 countries, including bosom buddies Australia, Britain, and Germany, have signed up to join. Japan is still wavering politely.
Big shark spotted in Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh again A shark has recently been seen at Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh resort. Tourists have spotted the shark several times near Naama Bay beach
George Zimmerman released on bail, awaits murder trial George Zimmerman has been released from a Florida county jail on $150,000 (£93,000) bail as he awaits his second-degree murder trial for the shooting of Trayvon Martin.
Francois Hollande most likely to win presidential election in France Socialist Francois Hollande is set to beat President Nicolas Sarkozy in the second round of France's presidential election, four polls showed.
Boeing 737 with 127 on board crashes in Pakistan A passenger plane with 127 passengers on board crashed near Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan
Russia sells air-to-air missiles to Malaysia for $35 million Malaysia has acquired PBB-AE (P-77) air-to-air missiles from Russia in the total sum of $35 million
Forbes names Russia's new wealthiest man Forbes Russia has published the annual list of 200 wealthiest people in Russia. The list is topped by the owner of Metallinvest holding, Alisher Usmanov
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U.S. Politicians Are Asked About Saudi Atrocities... Here's What Happened NextNew Mothers Tested for Drugs without their Consent by Some Alabama Hospitals STASI-veteran will assist German government in Facebook censorship
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney smiled and repeatedly said, “Nice to see you,” when I asked if he had any concerns about the Saudi Arabian-led bombing campaign in Yemen.
The IMF Just Entered The Cold War – Forgives Ukraine’s Debt To RussiaSigns Of Financial Turmoil In Europe, China And The United States 'It's time to hold physical cash,' says one of Britain's most senior fund managers
Since 1947 when it really started operations, the World Bank has acted as a branch of the U.S. Defense Department, from its first major chairman John J. McCloy through Robert McNamara to Robert Zoellick...
Depopulation: Plastics chemicals are reducing women's sex drives and men's sperm countsGinger tea shown to naturally kill cancer, dissolve kidney stones, improve liver health and more Over Half of E.U. Countries Are Opting Out of GMOs
New research out of the University of Rochester in New York has found that the plastics chemicals lurking in furniture, food packaging and many other consumer products are directly linked to decreased...
NATO Prepares to Send Troops to Protect Turkey from Russian “Threats”The Real Reasons Saudi Arabia Hates Iran McCain wants to shoot down Russian planes attacking Islamists
NATO boss Jens Stoltenberg said during a meeting of defense ministers in Brussels on Thursday the alliance is prepared to send ground troops to protect Turkey’s border with Syria.