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Mar 08 10:26

‘I Failed Drug Test At Australian Open’ – Sharapova

Russian tennis superstar Maria Sharapova said she was informed by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) that she had failed a drug as she staged a surprise press-conference in Los Angeles.

Mar 08 10:16

Video: ‘We Continue Working Despite Fear’ – Turkish Journalist

The popular Zaman newspaper was seized by the government on Friday – it was a known voice of opposition to President Erdogan’s ruling party.

Mar 08 10:15

Monopoly Board Game Goes Cashless: Barcodes Introduced to Track Players and Transactions

By Kevin Samson

When events that were formally considered conspiracy theories become the foundation of popular culture, you know an entirely new reality is being created. The 5th bestselling board game in the world is now embracing the onset of the cashless society...

Mar 08 10:10

Supreme Court reverses Alabama court that denied lesbian woman's adoption

The Supreme Court on Monday unanimously reversed an Alabama court's refusal to recognize a same-sex adoption.

The justices upheld a challenge brought by an Alabama woman after her state's highest court refused to recognize the adoption she and her former lesbian partner were granted in Georgia.

Mar 08 10:09

How to Build Your Own Bee Hotel to Help Save Native Bees

By Ariana Marisol

Bees are an integral part of our ecosystem. A garden with happy, healthy bees grows happy, healthy plants. Why not help these friendly pollinators even more by building “bee hotels”?

There are 4,000 species of bees that are native to North America and they are far more efficient in pollinating than the more commonly known European honeybee. Native bees are losing habitat at a dramatic rate and this is leading to a huge decline in population. You can help save these bees by creating a house for them in your garden...

Mar 08 10:08

Judge orders 17.55 ounces of marijuana be returned to West Boylston, MA residents

Following the West Boylston Police Department's seizure of marijuana and related items from a home over a year ago, last week, a Clinton District Court judge ordered the return of 17.55 ounces of the marijuana taken, in addition to other personal items also confiscated, including growing equipment, to their owners.

Mar 08 09:47

Michael Bloomberg Indicates He Wants Clinton As President

On March 7th, Michael Bloomberg, NYC’s richest person and former Mayor, announced that he would not run for President and that he hopes Hillary Clinton will become the next President but that her recent rhetoric copying that of the anti-Wall-Street Senator Bernie Sanders is causing him some concern:

“The leading Democratic candidates have attacked policies that spurred growth and opportunity under President Bill Clinton — support for trade, charter schools, deficit reduction and the financial sector. Meanwhile, the leading Republican candidates have attacked policies that spurred growth and opportunity under President Ronald Reagan.”

Mar 08 09:34

Washington’s Objective is to “Split up Syria”: U.S. Establishes Air Force Base in Northern Syria In Violation of International Law

Judging from what the Kurdish Agency BasNews and Reuters are reporting (below are the reports), de facto the United States, in violation of international law governing relations among nations, under the excuse of fighting Daesh (their creation) have occupied part of the territory of a sovereign state , Syria, without any mandate by Damascus, offering coverage even for some survivor factions of the so called ‘Free Syrian Army’, a jihadi gang undercover and allied under the table with al-Nusra Front.

Mar 08 09:27

More Supplements Face the Axe – Goodbye Frankincense?


…At the next meeting of the FDA’s Pharmacy Compounding Advisory Committee. If recent history is any indication, the outlook is not good—unless we push back. Action Alert!...

Mar 08 09:20

Microchip your dog or face a £500 fine: New laws that aim to make it easier to trace animals that attack people or go missing could affect 1.5m owners

Nearly 1.5million dog owners face a fine of up to £500 for failing to microchip their pets under new laws coming into force next month.

The move is aimed at helping track the owners of dogs that attack people or other animals, as well as reuniting owners with missing pets.

The laws, which come into force on April 6, require all dogs in the UK aged eight weeks and over to have the chip implanted under the skin.

Mar 08 09:17

Bank pledge adds to fears that EU referendum will cause market turmoil

The Bank of England has heightened fears that Britain’s referendum on EU membership will destabilise already fragile financial markets, pledging to provide extra funds to banks and building societies before and after the 23 June vote.

Mar 08 09:12

Leaked police report reveals a spike in migrant crime in Germany... and warns that sex attacks, violence and radicalisation will rise even further

A leaked confidential police report in Germany warns of spiking refugee crime – including drug and sex offences – and a rise in radicalisation against the state.

The report says 'immigration will lead to more crime and increased police usage' to combat it.

The number of crimes – of violence, sexual, property theft and narcotic offences – will rise, says the paper of the North Rhine-Westphalian department of the interior whose 'Immigration' project involves both individual states and central government.

The document, entitled 'Challenges To And Impact On The Police', was leaked to news magazine Spiegel.