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  • Footprints in the sand
    15 Tips for traveling abroad with young children
    Travel with a young child, especially overseas, presents some unique challenges and can be a bit daunting, especially to those unseasoned with the experience. Here are some useful tips and tricks for traveling abroad with kids from a well traveled...
  • Episode 2 of spy series takes place in Key Largo, FL
    Episode 2 of spy series takes place in Key Largo, FL
    This episode of the online spy series takes place at an undisclosed "mom and pop" diner on Highway 1 in Key Largo, Florida Keys. If you like the Florida Keys and the Caribbean Islands, you'll love this online spy series...enjoy...
  • Will radical Islam extremists attack America?
    Will radical Islam extremists attack America?
    I'm referring to terrorism conducted by radical Islam, not homegrown violence carried out by the KKK, white supremacists, anti-government groups, fascist extremists, Christian extremists, Black militancy, etc. Those who study terrorism define...
  • LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 29: Bob Dudley BP Group Chief Executive, appears on stage on Day 1 at the International New York Times/Energy Intelligence Oil & Money Conference at The InterContinental Hotel  in London
    BP third-quarter earnings drop 18 percent
    BP released its third-quarter earnings report yesterday, Oct. 28, and the news wasn't entirely rosy for the beleaguered oil giant.The company said its earnings dropped about 18 percent, a result of lower oil prices and diminishing returns from...
  • Most Wanted Terrorists
    Recognizing the 8 signs of homegrown terrorism
    According to the National Terror Alert center, avideo was put out by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to teach citizens about the shared responsibility of recognizing signs of terrorist activity.Janet Napolitano joined Colorado Governor...
  • Brazilian president won reelection
    Brazilian president won reelection with 51 % of the ballot
    The Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff , won reelection today with 51.59% of votes in the biggest South american country, while his rival, the Social Democrat candidate Aecio Neves got 48.41% of votes counted 99.52% of the ballot.The Superior...
  • Here’s a Hot New Invention: Suncayr Marker Stops Sunburns
    Here’s a Hot New Invention: Suncayr Marker Stops Sunburns
    By Paul FitzgeraldA team of students from the University of Waterloo have unveiled a hot new invention.Nanotechnology students Rachel Pautler, Hayden Sobeleski and Chad Sweeting are the inventors of Suncayr.Suncayr is a marker that you apply to...
  • MH 370
    Malaysia Airlines MH370: Debris field could be found 'any day' though unlikely
    Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is still missing, nearly eight months after it disappeared off radar flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. On Oct. 24, CTV News reported that the new underwater search has not turned up any evidence making some...
  • ebola
    The mystery of emerging viruses can require decades, and detectives, to solve
    Part one of a two part investigationTen thousand are infected by Ebola. One hundred and forty-two people in contact with a dead Dallas, Texas Ebola victim are being monitored. A smaller number is quarantined. A Coast Guard helicopter is dispatched...
  • Venomous Snakebites
    Venomous Snakebites
    Venomous snakes can be found no matter where you travel throughout the United States of America but some people believe that the majority of people that get bit by venomous snakes occurs in the southwestern part of the country.After doing a little...
  • Malaysia Flight 370 search findings
    Malaysian Air Flight 370 suffers a setback: Search for MH370 can 'take months'
    As the world braces for updates on the progress of finding any trace of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Aussie officials announced a setback on the missing Boeing 777 airliner today. Although Malaysian Air MH370 vanished back in March, coordinators...
  • Was rapid ISIS rise an Obama policy or CIA intelligence failure?
    Was rapid ISIS rise an Obama policy or CIA intelligence failure?
    President Obama was incorrect in last month's blame-game, when he saidthe unforeseen rapid rise in ISIS power was an oversight bythe U.S. Intelligence Community (IC). In fact, the IC did see it coming long ago and sent out red flares that...
  • Shooting in Ottawa
    Canadian Parliament, city on lockdown after multiple shootings in Ottawa
    Tragedy stuck Canada’s capital city on Wednesday, as shots rang out in three different locations in Ottawa. A Canadian solider was shot while standing guard at the National War Memorial. There were also shots fired at both the Rideau Centre...
  • Declassified files of legendary MI6 spymaster
    Declassified files of legendary MI6 spymaster
    I've always admired the brave men and women who work inthe CIA's foreign operations division andthose working in itsBritish equivalent, theMI6. Thevideo above illustrates the unknown dangers working as a clandestine officer in unfriendly...
  • Get daily happenings within the U.S. spy agencies
    Get daily happenings within the U.S. spy agencies
    "U.S. Intelligence Community (IC)Happenings!" is an excellent resource for authors of spy thriller novels, journalists, intelligence professionals working within the IC, spy buffs and for people who enjoy reading spy thriller novels or...