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Iran Still refusing to Stop Enrichment

TEHRAN, Iran – Iran won’t stop uranium enrichment activities the U.N. has demanded it halt, the country’s nuclear chief said Monday.

Iran says it needs stockpiles for a medical research reactor, and that the level of enrichment — up to 20 percent — is far below the more than 90 percent needed to build a

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Obama’s Uncle Busted Again

President Obama’s accused drunken-driving uncle — who was busted after a near collision with a Framingham cop — has had a valid Social Security number for at least 19 years, despite being an illegal immigrant ordered to be deported back to Kenya, the Herald has learned.

The president’s 67-year-old uncle, Obama Onyango, has had a

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Beijing: Nightmare City

Editiorial: Ai Weiwei finds China’s capital is a prison where people go mad.

Beijing is two cities. One is of power and of money. People don’t care who their neighbors are; they don’t trust you. The other city is one of desperation. I see people on public buses, and I see their eyes,

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Silver and the Coming Collapse

One year ago marked the beginning of silver returning to it’s rightful role as money in the world.One year ago silver was at $17.76 an ounce after a very long and drawn out consolidation that went all the way back to St. Patrick’s Day 2008. One year ago was the beginning of silver’s breathtaking run

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Chinese Planning Secret Detention

A proposed change in the Chinese criminal code that would allow authorities to detain suspects for up to six months in a secret location is a dangerous step backward for the country, activists charged Saturday.

The change would essentially enshrine what has become a common practice for silencing dissidents, many of whom have disappeared for

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Hurricane Irene: NYC Officials Over React

NEW YORK — The approach of Hurricane Irene prompted an extraordinary response from New York City officials: they shut down the city’s sprawling public transportation network, set up 81 emergency shelters and ordered the first-ever mandatory evacuation of thousands of people from their homes to avoid potentially devastating flood waters.

“Time is running out,” Bloomberg

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TSA Agent Arrested for Lewdness with Child

SPRING CREEK — A city officer arrested a Spring Creek man Wednesday morning at the Elko Area Regional Airport in Nevada, where he works for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), on a warrant charging six counts of lewdness with a child.

David Anderson

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office was notified in

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Britain Marches Closer to Tyranny

After the riots in London and throughout the UK I was quick to report on the full spectrum push against democracy and freedom from all sectors of the British government, including Prime Minister David Cameron.

It started with calls to shut down social media in times of government-declared emergency and even resulted

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C.I.A. Drone Kills Al Qaeda’s Number 2 Man

A drone operated by the Central Intelligence Agency killed Al Qaeda’s second-ranking figure in the mountains of Pakistan on Monday, American and Pakistani officials said Saturday, further damaging a terrorism network that appears significantly weakened since the death of Osama bin Ladenin

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C.I.A. Demands Author Edit His Book

WASHINGTON — In what amounts to a fight over who gets to write the history of the Sept. 11 attacks and their aftermath, the Central Intelligence Agency is demanding extensive cuts from the memoir of a former F.B.I. agent who spent years near the center of the battle against Al Qaeda. The agent, Ali H.

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Back In The Behavior Modification Business

PR. Two letters that can spark a volatile emotional reaction in many people. And judging from a recent article in the Guardian detailing its psychologically manipulative roots in Sigmund Freud’s nephew, Edward Bernays, they can’t be blamed. Bernays first used public relations during World War I to sell the idea that the purpose of the

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9-11 Charities Suspect

Americans eager to give after the 9/11 terrorist attacks poured $1.5 billion into hundreds of charities established to serve the victims, their families and their memories. But a decade later, an Associated Press investigation shows that many of those nonprofits have failed miserably.

There are those that spent huge sums on themselves, those that cannot

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Nanotechnology Scientists Targeted by Terrorists UnaBomber Style

A Mexican terrorist group is targeting nanotechnology researchers around the world.

nanobot attacking pathogen…artists conception

The group, which is influenced by the Unabomber, has sent package bombs to universities and research facilities in South America and Europe. A number of victims, including professors, were injured after they opened mail that exploded.

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SAS Troops Hunt for Gaddafi, Reward for Dictators Head

SAS troops are on the ground in Libya helping rebels to scour buildings and entrances to tunnels in the hunt for runaway leader Colonel Gaddafi.

The crack squad of elite soldiers are dressed in Arab clothes and carrying the same AK47s and Kalashnikovs that the rebels have used in the conflict.

Rebel Strolls

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Libya After Gadhaffi – Who gets the Oil?

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, a notoriously conservative organization, has stated that Venezuela has world’s largest oil reserves, even exceeding those of OPEC’s top producer, Saudi Arabia.

Oil production in Venezuela is under the control of the state-owned Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. company, or PDVSA.

Petroleum Intelligence Weekly lists PDVSA as the world’s fourth

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Backstepping: Media Claims “We Didn’t Report that”

Update: You can’t make this up – the International Criminal Court (ICC) now claims it never confirmed that Qaddafi’s son Saif Al-Islam was captured. Here is the Telegraph article quoting ICC prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo as having indeed confirmed his capture. Here is a farcical Reuters report now claiming such a confirmation

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Tripoli Steamrolled, 143 tons of Gold Awaits

Following a 6 month stalemate in which neither side had attained any advantage, it suddenly took just a few days for the Libyan rebel forces to steamroll unopposed into Tripoli. While we are confident that the political aftermath of this outcome will be very much comparable to what is happening in Egypt right now, many

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Fed Secretly Gives 1.2 Trillion to Wall Street Elite

Citigroup Inc. (C) and Bank of America Corp. (BAC) were the reigning champions of finance in 2006 as home prices peaked, leading the 10 biggest U.S. banks and brokerage firms to their best year ever with $104 billion of profits.

By 2008, the housing market’s collapse forced those companies to take more than six times

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Spider Silk: Bullet Proof Human Skin

The patch of skin has proved to be bulletproof as long as the bullet isn’t traveling too quickly

Spider silk is an undoubtedly tough material. Just last year, a zoologist from the University of Puerto Rico discovered that the webs of C. darwini, or Darwin’s bark spider, are twice as elastic as any silk from

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DARPA Funding Interstellar Travel Study

A government agency that helped invent the Internet wants to award an organization $500,000 in seed money to begin studying what it would take to send people to

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, wants a study that would take a look at what it would take organizationally, technically, sociologically, and ethically to

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