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Silly Liberals - Islam Has NOT Been Distorted

<b>Islam Has Not Been Distorted</b><p>Ha, Ha. Obama says that Islam is a Great Religion<p>Thoughtful Obama is a wooden head. He squeezes out a splinter-thought …

War of words -- and bombs -- shakes Yemen

With Saudi Arabia beefing up its forces along the frontier with Yemen, rival Iran on Monday unleashed some of its harshest rhetoric yet in denouncing the month-old Saudi-led military campaign against Yemen's Shiite Muslim rebels.<p>Dozens of airstrikes hit Yemen's capital, Sana, and the southwestern …

Why is the Temple Mount Sacred to the Jewish People?

Nov 14, 2013<p><b>The Children of Israel’s connection to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, the most sacred Jewish site, has existed since ancient times.</b><p>The …

Archaeology
Religion

Scholar spotlight: Tamara Gray, faithful champion of gender equality

Her unwavering faith in God and dedication to education have taken her on an incredible journey, detailed here by <b>Omar Shahid</b>.<p>Anse Tamara Gray is not …

Religion

Video mocking IS causes riots in Egypt

When an Egyptian teacher filmed five Coptic Christian secondary school students impersonating terrorists from the so-called Islamic State, the boys …

Nepal Earthquake: Nepalis should convert to Christianity and not rebuild their ‘pagan shrines’, says US Pastor Tony Miano

LOS ANGELES: A former Los Angeles police officer and a self-styled preacher has sparked a major controversy by suggesting that the people in …

National Security
New Jersey

Sen. Grassley: No Need To Fix Voting Rights Act Since 'More Minorities Are Already Voting'

WASHINGTON -- Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), chairman of the Judiciary Committee, said Monday he doesn't expect to bring up legislation to restore the Voting Rights Act, because lots of minority people are already voting.<p>During an event at the National Press Club, Grassley was asked about the …

Right To Vote
Middle East

Canadian, World, Politics and Business News & Analysis

Fortune.com

• 1. To license Fortune articles, excerpts, or headlines for republication in various media (including books, eBooks, film, web, newsletters, …

Print Media

New guidelines allow Japan to defend U.S. and other countries

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> The United States and Japan announced big changes Monday to the guidelines that will govern the defense relationship between the two countries going forward.<p>Under the new guidelines, Japan will be able to defend other countries -- like the United States -- that come under attack, …

Japan
Federal Budget

How Jack Ma is making millionaires in rural China where there’s no internet

But Ma's success didn't just fall from the sky. He grew up poor and was rejected from dozens of jobs before fighting his way to founding one of the largest internet companies in the world.<p>Now Ma wants to help others replicate his success. In order to do so, Ma's deploying a pretty unique …

China

Nitrogen's impact changes climate forecast - Futurity

Scientists have developed a way to more accurately predict nitrogen's effects on the climate cycle.

Chemistry

Adidas’ New Running Shoes Could Be Garbage, and That’s a Good Thing

Can sportswear help save marine life? Leaders of the German athletic wear giant Adidas believe it can, but some scientists are skeptical.<p>On Monday, …

Pollution
Natural Disasters

Why we want food so much it hurts

Be it chocolate, cheese or chip shop curry, craving a favourite food is something we’ve all experienced. Why do our bodies suffer such serious pangs? Veronique Greenwood investigates.<p>There's nothing like the salty tang of beef-flavoured Top Ramen broth and a mouthful of slightly overdone instant …

Ice Cream

Corinthian Colleges Shuts Down, Ending Classes for 16,000 Overnight

In what's believed to be the biggest shutdown in the history of higher education in the United States, Corinthian Colleges said Sunday it's closing its remaining 28 for-profit schools effective immediately, kicking about 16,000 students out of school.<p>Corinthian, based in Santa Ana, California, said …

Higher Education

This necklace tells you if you’re eating too much

It’s bad enough when your mum tells you to diet but now your jewellery wants to get in on the act.<p>Yes, this is the latest in wearable tech – the …

Beyond Farmers Markets: The Future of Local Food in America

As farmers markets fall from grace, tech-friendly food distributors are stepping in to meet the demand for locally-sourced products.<p>Is the locavore movement stalling out?<p>While the number of farmers markets listed in the U.S. each year is almost twice as high as it was in 2008, the numbers have …

The Next Frontier for 3-D Printers is Healthy Food

3-D printers are all the rage in the high-tech food world, turning out gorgeous sugar polyhedra and chocolate rosebuds – but if they’re to address world food problems in the future, they’re going to have to move into far more nutritious fare.<p>That’s the idea behind Dutch designer Chloé Rutzerveld’s …

What School Lunches Around the World Look LIke

EDITOR'S NOTE: Since the publication of this article Sweetgreen released the following statement:<p><i>"These images are not intended to be exact</i> …

Food

“Racism is a very serious problem in the United States”: Noam Chomsky discusses slavery in the U.S.

The scholar discusses how slavery is “the core of our history” but “but it’s not part of our consciousness”<p>Renowned scholar and political activist Noam Chomsky sat down with Democracy Now and discussed political movements and United States' relationship with its history of slavery.<p>In the video, …

Noam Chomsky

What could kill Obamacare

Republicans have tried to kill Obamacare more than 50 times. But the Supreme Court couldactually do it with a single ruling.<p>Justices will hear arguments Wednesday on whether most Obamacare enrollees can keep their subsidies.<p>A ruling against the Obama administration could send Obamacare into a death …

Health Care

How Indonesia carries out the death penalty: rules of execution

As Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran await execution along with nationals from Brazil, France, Ghana, the Philippines and Nigeria, Indonesia sets out the rules governing their deaths<p>The convicted prisoner must be notified 72 hours before execution.<p>While waiting, they must be held in a …

Asia

Mass Grave With 200 Skeletons Found Under Supermarket In Central Paris

Archaeologists have made a strange and rather gruesome discovery under a supermarket in central Paris: an ancient mass grave containing the skeletal remains of more than 200 people.<p>The grave came to light after the Monoprix supermarket company called on the French National Institute for Preventive …

Archaeology