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  • Will Al-Qaeda and ISIS bond in Yemen?
    Will Al-Qaeda and ISIS bond in Yemen?
    In 2012,I believed there was a good chance that al-Qaeda may topple the Yemen Government. At the time I was surfing foreign media and came across a Xinhua news reportofahuge bomb blast thathit the headquarters of the Yemen military intelligence...
  • Online petition urges Congress to pull plug on UN funding
    Online petition urges Congress to pull plug on UN funding
    With more fiscal conservatives in Congress, critics of the United Nations are sharpening their knives and circulating an online petition to pull the U.S. out of the world body.Thomas A. Schatz, presidentof the Council for Citizens Against...
  • Not so simple
    Has Mark Levin Gone Postal?
    The voter that thinks for himself doesn’t really let friends, even family, but more so people speaking on behalf of vested interests and personal prejudices to guide his overall thinking and approach to trying to make sense – if it is...
  • Amazon sunset in Peru
    Peru's Amazon: Unexpected sights and sounds at night
    A trip to the the Peruvian Amazon is a trip of quiet riverboat luxury, adventure, and unexpectedly delightful sights and sounds. This author traveled with Overseas Adventure Travel on their Amazon River Cruise and Rainforest trip in July of 2014....
  • Computer scientists create self-aware 'Mario'
    Computer scientists create self-aware 'Mario'
    Computer scientists from the University of Tübingen in Germany have designed an adaptive learning AI to create a “self-aware” Mario; the eponymous character of the beloved Nintendo series.IFLS.com reports that a “living and...
  • AirAsia plane was climbing like a fighter jet before disappearence
    AirAsia plane was climbing like a fighter jet before disappearence
    After locating the black boxes from the downed AirAsia Airbus 320 last week, experts now have a much more clear picture of what caused the plane to enter the water. Until this point, reports have pointed to harsh weather patterns in the area and...
  • 5 steps needed ASAP to battle radical Islam
    5 steps needed ASAP to battle radical Islam
    American jihadist Anwar al-Awlaki raised his ugly head again...from the grave. He is linked to the Paris Charlie Hebdo massacre and intelligence agents are fervently working to see if his network still thrives and is operational, even though he...
  • Actor Michael Douglas is the 2nd recipient of a $1 million prize from Israel's Genesis Group
    Actor Michael Douglas awarded $1 million prize by Israel’s Genesis Group
    Actor and peace activist Michael Douglas will be awarded a $1 million prize by Israel’s Genesis Philanthropy Group according to MSN Entertainment on Jan. 15. The prize is given to the person the group feels best espouses a strong commitment...
  • Tokyo
    Japan to build floating solar panel islands to power residential areas
    With Americans currently enjoying the lowest gas prices in several years the topic of renewable energy has been more or less put on the backburner of conversation by politicians but that doesn't mean the rest of the world isn't moving on...
  • Star Wars themed wedding held in Australia
    Star Wars themed wedding held in Australia
    Apparently "The Force" is with a happy couple from Australia. The pictures taken from Carrie and Cory Shield's 2012 wedding reveal their complex and exciting "Star Wars" theme. For some reason, on Jan 15, this photo went...
  • Reset button
    John Kerry pushes 'reset button' in Paris, hilarity ensues
    Remember the item pictured at the right and below? It was presented in March 2009 by newly mintedSecretary of State Hillary Clinton toRussian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Based on an American TV commercial, the notion of a "reset button...
  • Bite, lift, and win
    New Technological Marvel is a Match Made in Heaven for Strongman Competitors
    Strongman Athletes Set to Bite on the PRO 6DS New Age Performance Mouthpiece at the 2015 Arnold Sports FestivalBite, lift, and win.It’s no secret that strongman competitors, like scores of other athletes, are always on the hunt to find...
  • Another attempt to silence a voice takes lives, instead
    New Paris terror warning puts France and world on high alert
    Monday, Jan. 12, a new terror warning has put France and nations around the globe on high alert against potential additional attacks, according to ABC News’ Good Morning America. Five days after terrorists took hostages at the offices of...
  • Major media outlets follow Examiner scoop on 9/11 secrets
    Major media outlets follow Examiner scoop on 9/11 secrets
    Days after Examiner.com broke the news that U.S. lawmakers were demanding the White House release 28 top-secret pages from the federal 9/11 Commission report, major media outlets followed suit.Among them:Newsweek, Fox News, The New York Times, New...
  • Oceania Cruises.
    Oceania Cruises: Casual luxury at sea
    As travelers plan their 2015 vacations, some of the most exciting options are the “country club casual” sailings of Oceania Cruises. (oceaniacruises.com.) They offer luxurious cruises without the tuxedos and snobbishness of an older...