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  • 89 Terrorist attacks inside America
    89 Terrorist attacks inside America
    Americans seem to have a short memory when it comes to recalling the numbers of radical Islam attacks that occurred inside our country. After performing OSINT research, I came up with a "reminder list" of such assaults. The Heritage...
  • Ebola pandemic: Before you panic, remember the avian flu, swine flu, and anthrax
    Ebola pandemic: Before you panic, remember the avian flu, swine flu, and anthrax
    Ample evidence in the current Ebola pandemic shows that the fear generated by government and media is far out of proportion to the real risks and dangers of the Ebola virus. Many in power know that the more the public is in fear, the easier it is...
  • It is rare that recovery from Ebola happens this fast
    Emory announces Dallas nurse Ebola free
    CBS 11 News reported on October 22, “Today Presby nurse Amber Vinson joined Dr. Kent Brantly as being declared free of the Ebola virus.” On Wednesday, October 15, 29-year-old registered nurse Amber Vinson departed Dallas Love Field in...
  • September 2014 global temperatures reach new record
    NOAA reports global temperatures rise to new September record
    On Monday the NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C. reported that at 1.30 degrees Fahrenheit above the 20th century average baseline temperature, the September 2014 average global surface temperature was the highest on...
  • Mysterious submarine believed to belong to Russia spotted in Sweden waters
    Search for mysterious submarine believed to be Russian
    A mysterious submarine believed to belong to Russia has been spotted in Sweden waters. The Swedish government has begun a hunt for what they have determined to be a Russian nuclear vessel beneath those waters. Tuesday, October 21, Good Morning...
  • Malaysia Airlines Flight MH-17 Crash Cause Update
    MH-17 crash cause: Flight was shot down by Russian-aided rebels [Report]
    It's been three months since Flight MH-17 crashed inRassipnoye, Ukraine, killing all aboard. Since then, Russia and Ukrainian governments have blamed one another and numerous conspiracy theories have cropped up as to what happened to Malaysia...
  • US gets a handle on Ebola
    Putting Ebola in the US into perspective
    Sunday, October 19, the Carnival cruise ship carrying the health care professional from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas docked in the port of Galveston, Texas at about 4:30 a.m. CT, according to Reuters. The lab supervisor had no...
  • ISIS 3 warplanes: Terrorist group's new weaponry raises fears of a major attack
    ISIS 3 warplanes: Terrorist group's new weaponry raises fears of a major attack
    The jihadist group ISIS is in possession of at least 3 warplanes, MiG 21 or MiG 23 models, and officials are worried because Islamic State militants are now capable of turning their weapons on coalition aircraft, CNN reported on Oct. 18. According...
  •  A man wearing a hazardous materials suit walks through a decontamination shower
    Passenger dies on plane: Panic ensues over Ebola fears following man's death
    Apassenger died on a planeafter a vomiting fit and the incident caused moments of tension because it was feared that the passenger was infected with the deadly Ebola virus. However, an examination conducted by the Center for Disease Control (CDC)...
  • While the rest of the nation worries, GOP acts out--as usual
    Republican desperation results in mean and cruel behavior
    The United States is undergoing a series of unsettling situations that includes constant uncivil claims and attitudes lodged by disgruntled individuals identified as conservative members of the Republican Party faithful. Over the past six years,...
  • Know the facts; resist unfounded, uninformed fear
    Dallas urges fact not fear in fight against Ebola
    On Thursday, October 16, according to News 8 at 4, Dallas County Commissioners decided at mid-afternoon on Thursday not to issue a disaster declaration because of Ebola. Though they had expected to take a vote on it, they found it unnecessary to...
  • FGM affects women from many cultural backgrounds
    Scandalous FGM cases are documented for the first time in the UK
    Nearly 500 new cases of female genital mutilations (FGM) were identified last month in England with each case needing treatment as a result, reported the BBC on October 16. The act was criminalized by the UK legislation 29 years ago. Still, women...
  • Nurse takes selfies with corpses: Cops say patients annoyed her, 38 died
    Nurse takes selfies with corpses: Cops say patients annoyed her, 38 died
    An Italian nurse was arrested this week after an investigation into the mysterious death of a patient prompted police to accuse the 42-year-old caregiver of murder. Worse, as the New York Post reported Oct. 13, she is now suspected in the deaths...
  • Vinson joins fellow THP nurse, Pham, as Ebola patient
    Third Dallas Ebola victim enroute to Emory University
    At 3:35 Wednesday morning, October 15, Amber Vinson was confirmed as the third Ebola patient in Dallas, Texas. Amber Vinson, a 29-year-old registered nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital originally from Akron, Ohio, has tested positive for...
  • Pham falls to Ebola, but condition upgraded to good following transfusion
    Treatment of second Dallas Ebola victim in stark contrast to first
    A second victim of the Ebola virus in Dallas, Texas was confirmed and identified on Monday, October 13 by local news channels in northeast Texas, including CBS Channel 11 News. Nina Pham, a 26-year-old Vietnamese nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian...