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The James Holmes Conspiracy (2012 Full Documentary)

Nike Pulls Panthers T-Shirt Because North Carolina Is Not Shaped Like South Carolina

North is up a-ways.<p>States come in all kinds of funny shapes and sizes — that one’s squiggly, that one’s a rectangle and that one is a mitten, see? — …

How To Live Like A Sociopath

The Economist explains that sociopathic tendencies offer opportunity for advancement in contemporary society, and disturbingly points out that …

Who Are The Experts Urging Us To Bomb Syria?

Lawyers, Guns & Money points out that we should no longer be listening to these people:<p>The <i>Weekly Standard</i> has an open letter explaining that blowing …

Lee Camp: The Mind-Blowing Truth About War With Syria

Associated Press News

Yemen: Al-Qaeda Kalashnikov prize for Ramadan

<b>Machine guns and automatic rifles were handed out to winners of a religious competition organised by al-Qaeda in Yemen, it's been reported.</b><p>According to the News Yemen website, the contest was held during the fasting month of Ramadan in the south-eastern governorates of Ibb, Ad-Dali and al-Bayda. …

People Save More Energy When They Know They're Being Watched

Hey, East Coast, You Can Watch a Rocket Launch to the Moon Tonight

We’re go­ing to the moon. Well, we’re go­ing to or­bit the moon.<p>Fri­day night at 11:27, NASA plans to launch the LADEE (pro­nounced <i>lad-ee</i>) lun­ar …

David Cameron Goes A Bit "Love Actually" Over Russian Jibes

Do not insult the UK, or the Prime Minister will do a Hugh Grant impression.<p>Britain may be a small island, but I would challenge anyone to find a country with a prouder history, a bigger heart or greater resilience.Britain is an island that has helped to clear the European continent of fascism - …

Northern Ireland

Turns Out Your Kids Really Did Love That Music You Played

Way back in the 1980s, were you the one playing "When Doves Cry" over and over? Well, don't be surprised if your kids wind up doing the same thing.<p>Young adults have strong positive memories of the music their parents loved when they were the same age, a study finds. That flies in the face of the …

Walmart Protesters Tell One Story, and Employees Tell Another

Winston Ross gets an earful from both sides of the fight over employee treatment at the big-box giant.<p>Larry and Edythe Slowey met at the Walmart in …

Scientific American declares it’s against GMO labeling

The magazine’s editors came out as pro-genetically modified foods<p>Adding to the growing contention that to be anti-GMO is to be anti-science, Scientific American is throwing its support behind the technology. In their most recent print issue, the editors of the long-running popular science magazine …

San Francisco Launches Tech Incubator To Transform Governments

San Francisco’s Mayor Ed Lee is launching an entrepreneur-in-residence program with help from the White House to try to bring Silicon Valley innovation to government.<p>At venture capital firms, these EIR programs are typically designed to give entrepreneurs time and resources to develop a new startup …

Yahoo Says U.S. Looked At Only .01% Of People's Data, But That's Way More Than You Think

Yahoo just released its first transparency report, and despite what the company wants you to believe, the U.S. government is looking at a lot of people's data.<p>In the report released Friday, Yahoo says that the U.S. government requested "less than one-hundredth of one percent of Yahoo users …

America Is Still Running Out of Fresh Water

For much of the last week, poli­cy­makers’ eyes have been trained over­seas, as Pres­id­ent Obama tries to con­vince Con­gress (and the pub­lic) that …

EPA

G20 nations to crack down on tax cheats, agree to share records by 2015

Leaders of the world's major economies are planning a co-ordinated crackdown on people and corporations that evade taxes and shortchange public coffers.<p>The Group of 20 countries agreed to share tax records by 2015 as part of a pledge to crack down on individual tax cheats and global corporations …

What Obama Will Say When He Addresses the Nation on Tuesday

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>As a growing number of lawmakers speak out against military action in Syria, President Obama will …

BP Wants To Halt Deepwater Horizon Claims Process

BP is fighting the settlement it agreed to last summer that let the oil company avoid thousands of potential lawsuits over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.<p>Just after the spill, when oil was still gushing into the Gulf, BP touted the $20 billion it set aside for claims. But now it says the claim …

'I didn't have as many gray hairs when I started': Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano steps down after longest tenure

At midnight on Friday, September 6, Janet Napolitano can stop worrying about early morning phone calls and the latest terror threats.<p>After four and a half years as secretary of the Department of Homeland Security — longer than either of her two predecessors — she steps down.<p>"I will be leaving that …

Rifts threaten Tunisia's governing party | US & Canada

<b>Tunis, Tunisia -</b> It was a startling moment, even for a country that has been through an uprising and more than two years of constant turmoil.<p>"I am ready to go to Guatemala or to Mars for Tunisia's national interest," said Rachid Ghannouchi, president of the Islamist Ennahdha Party in an interview …

The Pirate party and Coalition agree: internet censorship is not the answer

Less than 48 hours out from the federal election, the Liberal party released an internet censorship policy remarkably similar to that of the Cameron government in Britain. A mere few hours after the announcement and in the face of a huge backlash, opposition communications spokesman Malcolm …

Associated Press News

Inner Mongolia detains dozens in Communist party internet crackdown

Authorities in the northern Chinese region of Inner Mongolia have arrested 52 people for spreading "internet rumours", underscoring rising ethnic tensions in the area, a New York-based human rights group reported this week.<p>The detainees are suspected of "deliberately stirring up ethnic relations …

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Female Writer Murdered in Afghanistan