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New Data Shows ISIS Now Has A Stunning 42 Million Supporters In The Arab World

A new analysis of four polls on Arab public opinion towards the Islamic State (ISIS) reveals that at the low end, the terror group has 8.5 million …

Court Finds Apple Guilty Of Conspiring To Illegally Set E-Book Prices

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has found that Apple, in a conspiracy with five publishers, tried to rip of customers of e-books by illegally …

European Net Neutrality Law Found Riddled With Loopholes And Vague Language

Digital rights activists are calling proposed European Union (EU) rules on net neutrality seriously flawed after they were made public on Tuesday. …

Palestinians Edge Closer To Extinction As ISIS Joins Israel In War On Gaza

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) terror group has threatened the Palestinian armed group Hamas, in what may be the final blow to the …

Tens Of Thousands March In Hong Kong Against Chinese Rule

Hong Kong saw more demonstrations over Chinese control of the prosperous financial hub as tens of thousands of protesters marched on Wednesday for …

Arson Experts Join Case As Another Southern Church Burns To The Ground

Arson experts have joined law enforcement officials in trying to find the cause of a fire that yesterday destroyed the famous Mount Zion African …

Bitcoin Interest Skyrockets In Wake of Greek Financial Crisis

As the Greek financial crisis continues bringing down the value of stock prices and the euro world wide, use and interest in digital currency bitcoin …

Australian Government Latest To Face Lawsuit Over Climate Change Inaction

Australian environmentalists plan to sue their government for its slow response to climate change, following legal action taken in the Netherlands …

Despite Political Theater, NSA Domestic Spying Program Continues Full Steam Ahead

If you thought the USA Freedom Act and the elaborate show of politics last month around the expiry of key Patriot Act provisions that allowed the NSA …

U.S. And Cuba To Re-Open Embassies In Latest Push To Normalize Relations

On Wednesday The United States and Cuba plan to make history as they officially resume diplomatic ties with the reopening of embassies in Washington …

UN Finds South Sudan Army Raped Then Burned Girls Alive In Brutal New Campaign

Atrocities virtually beyond human comprehension have been committed by South Sudan’s army according to a United Nations (UN) report released …

Russia To Review 1991 Decision To Recognize Independence Of Baltic States

In yet another troubling move for world peace, Russia is reviewing its 1991 decision to recognize the Baltic states as independent, according to …

High Blood Pressure In Your 20s Shown To Cause Heart Issues Later In Life

New research from Johns Hopkins has demonstrated that young people with higher blood pressure levels are at increased risk of heart failure by the …

Sony Announces Turnaround Plan That Will Mean End Of Its Iconic Consumer Electronic Brand

Iconic TV maker Sony Corp is stepping back from producing its namesake consumer electronics and is, instead, raising approximately $4 billion in …

Once Mighty University Of Phoenix Announces Restructuring Plan To Rise From The Ashes

Once synonymous with the idea of online education the University of Phoenix, struggling with sagging profits and low enrollment, announced on Tuesday …

Concerns Over Security Bring Cybersecurity Investment Boom

Major cyber attacks against the U.S. government and large businesses this year mean that another big player has emerged on the cybersecurity …

Car Windscreen Display Technology Not What It’s Cracked Up to Be Says University Study

Although appearing to be a great idea, having the speedometer displayed on a car's windscreen is just plain dangerous, according to a University of …

Europe Votes To Abolish Cell Phone Roaming Charges

There's good news for European travelers this morning thanks to an EU decision that all data, text and cell phone roaming surcharges in European …

Canada Enacts Tough New Sanctions On Russia For Invasion Of Ukraine

After being chided by Russian dictator Vladimir Putin for "doing whatever the Americans do," Canada and its polarizing prime minister Stephen Harper …

Greece Confirms It Will Default On IMF Loan

The Greek Government has told the International Monetary Fund (IMF) it will not be making any loan repayments by imposed repayment deadlines. The …

Trial Evidence Shows CIA Planted Nuclear Blueprints On Iranian Scientists

The CIA has adopted a no tell stance to questions being asked about its doctoring of nuclear weapon blueprints it handed over to Iran in an attempt …

Argentina Triggers Fear Of War As It Approves Controversial Asset Seizures

British and U.S. oil companies searching in waters near the Falkland Islands had $156 million and more assets taken Saturday as part of a …

Video Games Shown To Be Promising Treatment For Alcohol Addiction

Video games and simulated environments have been a source of recreation and entertainment for decades. Now they may also provide a solution to treat …

Washington National Cathedral Considers Removing Flag Depicting Stained Glass Windows

The war on the confederate flag is reaching all parts of the nation as there has now been an internal call for Washington's National Cathedral to …

Southerners Pushing Back On Anti-Confederate Flag Movement Highlight Complex Issue

Some southerners, who see the confederate flag as an important part of American history, are refusing to take down the controversial image in the …

Russia Conducts Successful Test Of Yu-71 Hypersonic Nuclear Missile

According to military research, Russia is developing a new hypersonic missile which can pass missile defense systems and hold nuclear warheads. This …

Google Found To Pose A Significant Threat To The Open Internet

An influential recent study of internet openness found that Google favors its own results in the search engine, limiting users' reach and reducing …

American Students Cut Education Costs By Attending German Universities

American university tuition is the most expensive in the world and students are increasingly taking measures that show they're acutely aware of this. …

Burger Company Bugs Its Milk Shakes

Fast food company Wayback Burgers has plans to bug its milk shakes - not with the listening variety but actual creepy crawly bugs.<p>On July 1 the …

New York Payphones to Become Wi-Fi Hotspots

New Yorkers may soon have access to $200 million worth of free Wi-Fi hotspots, thanks to a Google supported startup called Sidewalk Labs. The company …