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Jan 11 15:03

‘Insider Threat’ Program: Hundred Thousand Pentagon Personnel Under Total Surveillance

At least a hundred thousand military, civilian, and contractor personnel at the Defense Department have been subjected to a “continuous evaluation” or total surveillance of their electronic activities and communications. The surveillance is part of the department’s “Insider Threat” program and raises concerns about the extent to which whistleblower communications are being intercepted.

Jan 11 14:55

Walter Energy bankruptcy threatens thousands of workers and retirees

Bankruptcy proceedings for Birmingham, Alabama-based Walter Energy could have serious consequences for both retired and current employees.

Jan 11 14:50

‘Secret’ police files relating to Green Party peer ‘deleted in highly irregular cover up’

A Scotland Yard intelligence unit that spies on political campaigners, shredded files relating to Green Party peer Jenny Jones to stop her from discovering the extent of the police monitoring of her activities, an officer has claimed.

Jan 11 14:50

Bear Market: The Average U.S. Stock Is Already Down More Than 20 Percent

The stock market is in far worse shape than we are being told. As you will see in this article, the average U.S. stock is already down more than 20 percent from the peak of the market. But of course the major indexes are not down nearly that much. As the week begins, the S&P 500 is down 9.8 percent from its 2015 peak, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 10.7 percent from its 2015 peak, and the Nasdaq is down 11.0 percent from its 2015 peak.

Jan 11 14:35

Monsanto to face tribunal at The Hague for ‘ecocide’ against humanity and the planet

An international tribunal made up of some of the world’s leading environmental and human rights groups, is set to hold the world’s most evil corporation, Monsanto, accountable for its crimes against nature and humanity.

Jan 11 14:23

We Applaud Campbell Soup for GMO Labeling Decision

Campbell Soup should be applauded for its leadership and support of mandatory GMO labeling, according to Scott Faber, EWG’s senior vice president of government affairs. Faber said:

Jan 11 14:07

Why Meditation Is Not The Best Way To Manage Stress (And What’s Better)

Are you living a life with few true emotional connections? Are you uncomfortably preoccupied with evaluating your output and your performance? Have you been seduced by the idea that meditation can help you finally let go and feel some unadulterated joy once in a while? It is an admittedly seductive idea: Train…

Jan 11 14:06

Black Seed Confirmed Through Biomedical Literature To Have Over 20 Pharmacological Actions

Commonly referred to as black cumin or caraway, black seed is actually more of a description than a proper name, yet is preferred because it helps to distinguish it. Many health experts claim that it is, indeed, a true healer in many forms; able to help cure almost every illness known. People…

Jan 11 14:06

Arch Coal Bankruptcy: The End of an Era

Arch Coal, Inc., the second largest coal supplier in the United States, announced today that it would be filing for bankruptcy protection after suffering several quarters of losses and being unable to restructure its debt. The company has been a major player in coal regions across the U.S., including Appalachia and the Powder River Basin. In the Northwest, the announcement significantly reduces the likelihood that several Arch Coal projects across Montana and Washington State will move forward, including the Otter Creek mine and Tongue River Railroad in Montana, as well as the proposed Millennium Bulk Terminals coal export terminal in Longview, Washington.

Jan 11 14:03

These 5 retailers are going down the drain

Jan 11 14:01

Abuse of foreign maids linked to domestic workers’ visa system – report

Britain’s domestic worker visa scheme contributes to a system of modern day slavery by tying domestic workers to the wealthy Gulf families who bring them to Britain, a government inquiry into the scheme has found.

Jan 11 13:59

Arizona lawmaker introduces bill to criminalize filming police at close range

An Arizona state senator has proposed a law that would make it illegal to shoot close-up video of police activity. The senator justified the bill by saying that being filmed puts officers in danger by distracting them while they’re engaging suspects.

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