At one of the Wildest Trump rallies yet, We Are Change founder Luke Rukowski was was on the front lines, here is the run down of today’s events,
It started in In May 2015, when nearly half of all the saigas, a critically endangered antelope that roams the steppe of Kazakhstan, died off.
On Friday afternoon, the perfect time in the news cycle to make an announcement that you want buried, Donald Trump announced that he has decided not to debate Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
A PROVISION SNUCK INTO the still-secret text of the Senate’s annual intelligence authorization would give the FBI the ability to demand individuals’ email data and possibly web-surfing history from their service providers without a warrant and in complete secrecy.
Half of all misogynistic tweets posted on Twitter come from women, a study suggests. Over a three-week period, think tank Demos counted the number of uses of two particular words as indicators of misogyny.
Helly Luv–aka Helen Abdullah–a Kurdish pop star who moved to the U.S. at 18 to pursue her dreams, has drawn the ire of ISIS with her song “Revolution,” which condemns evil and violence.
Genetically Modified Ants Could Replace Honey Bees, Claims Monsanto Expert
President Barack Obama refused to answer questions regarding the investigation into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s private email server or her extremely expensive Wall Street speeches.
During a visit to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, a teen decided to test his theory that people will try to find meaning in anything if it is in a gallery setting — and he was correct.
Everything we Saw At The Violent Trump Rally In Anaheim and Why It Needs To Stop !
A group of archaeologists in Greece say they have found the lost tomb of Aristotle, the Greek philosopher and likely world’s first true scientist.
Dramatic Photos Capture The Chaos In France As Austarity Strikes Escalate.
During Tuesday’s hearing of the House Foreign Relations subcommittee, former 9/11 Commission-member Tim Roemer refused to rule out the possibility that the Saudi Royal family knew about the plot prior to the attack — and urged the chairman to read the 28 classified pages of the 9/11 report.
developments on the deteriorating relationship between the U.S and Saudi Arabia. We go over the new law that puts on Barack Obama’s desk that will lead to a direct confrontation with Saudi Arabia and the Saudis response to it. We explain why there is so much tension right now in this long term relationship and how it has to do with the international petro-dollar oil sales
Can China’s Futuristic ‘Straddling Bus’ Finally Become a Reality? First dreamed up in 1969, the bus may help Chinese cities ease traffic and curb air pollution.
Questions as to why there is such a shroud of secrecy, why all those entering Fort McMurracy have to sign a non-disclosure agreement, why Canada turned down international offers of help?
Minister Junichiro Koizumi has thrown his support behind a group of former U.S. sailors suing the operator of the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant. The sailors claim health problems they now suffer were caused by exposure to radiation after a triple meltdown at the plant following an earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.
In East Africa’s most prosperous economy, the average city resident pays up to 16 bribes per month, according to Transparency International. Locals have dubbed Kenya “ya kitu kidogo” — the land of the “little something” — a kind of homeland of the bribe.
This time, the London-based Al-Hayat daily has claimed that the U.S. planned the attacks on the World Trade Center in order to create a global war on terror.
David Icke is asked about conspiracy theories around 9/11 and lizards in Buckingham Palace. With Andrew Neil, Liz Kendall and Michael Portillo about theories.
Wearing a lab coat from Tahoe, Nevada, Max explains the Telsa inspired free energy device that he made in his parents’ boiler room.
In a recent trial patients with major depression took 25mg of psilocybin, the psychedelic compound found in ‘magic mushrooms, the results of the trial are promising.
U.S. Army Reserve Chaplain Captain Christopher John Antal resigned from the U.S. Army Reserves on April 12, 2016 in opposition to U.S policies regarding militarized drones, nuclear weapons, and preventive war.
While the connection between cellphones and cancer is still considered a controversial subject, years worth of studies show a definitive connection between cancer risks and electromagnetic radiation.
It is said by several esoteric sources that to “Know Thyself” is one of the most important things a person can do. Without self-knowledge, we are absent from ourselves, easily controlled by others, and lose all direction in our lives. So how do we go about actually “knowing ourselves” and reclaiming our lives?