Articles Tagged with United States

U.S. National Shot Dead In Saudi Arabian Capital

The city of Riyadh

A U.S. national has reportedly been shot dead and another injured in the city of Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. A brief statement from Saudi Arabian Press Agency stated that the police later shot, wounded and arrested an assailant shortly afterwards. The statement alleged that the attack resulted in the killing of one person and the… Read more »

Solar Panel Energy in China Nearing World Domination

China may soon overtake Germany as leader in solar energy panels

As journalists and even United States Senator Dianne Feinstein warn that World War 3 is on the horizon or even already started, China is making gains on the U.S. in at least one area removed from military power. The Asian powerhouse now has more solar panel energy capacity than the U.S. and is second only… Read more »

U.S. Launches Second Wave Of Airstrikes Against Iraq Militants

US launches a second wave of airstrikes against the ISIS.

The Inquisitr recently reported that the United States launched a wave of airstrikes at Kurdish forces defending Erbil near U.S. operations, dropping two laser-guided bombs on ISIL artillery. Now a second wave has been dropped by U.S. forces, according to The Wall Street Journal. American officials claim that two additional airstrikes were launched to try… Read more »

Ebola: New York City Patient Being Tested For The Deadly Disease

Ebola New York

Ebola may have just come to the United States. A New York City hospital is treating a potential Ebola virus patient. Testing to confirm or rule out the presence of the deadly disease is ongoing at Mount Sinai. The possible New York Ebola patient arrived at the Mount Sinai emergency room early this morning. The… Read more »

Ebola-Infected Doctor Arrives In Georgia, Evoking Fear In U.S. Citizens

Dr. Kent Brantly said to be doing better after being transferred to Emory Hospital in Atlanta

Reports on the Ebola outbreak in Africa have been flooding news sources since the very beginning. Ebola causes viral hemorrhagic fever which is a virus group that affects several organ systems and is accompanied by bleeding. Symptoms of Ebola infection include fever, weakness, headaches, sore throat, and muscle pain. In more severe cases of Ebola,… Read more »

Restoring America’s Greatness: Countering the Petro-Islamist Threat


Special Report By Mudar Zahran, London and Tomer D. Tamarkin, California – A beacon of freedom and justice, America has always been an inspiration for the world’s citizens yearning for change and happiness. Today it appears as if the entire world is on fire and America is the only potential extinguisher. The core of the… Read more »

Fusion; Nature’s Choice for Energy [Special Report]


Special report by Tom D. Tamarkin: July 23, 2014 – The Earth is part of a finely tuned universe and is a uniquely fine-tuned planet. This “fine tuning” has created conditions for the formation and development of life on Earth evolving over billions of years. Mankind, through the attribute of wisdom, intelligence, and his ability… Read more »

Lady Gaga Shows Off Her Beard At The Louvre

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Lady Gaga has never been afraid of a little androgyny. In fact, when she exploded onto the scene, she pretty much shrugged off rumors that she was a hermaphrodite. In fact, in an interview with Barbara Walters, Gaga simply mentioned that the rumor was false and went on to say she was more upset about… Read more »

Obama Makes Unsanitary Mistake at Chipotle

President Obama

President Obama recently visited a Chipotle restaurant near the White House to order a burrito, which is something he apparently does often. While placing his order, Obama made one mistake that photographers caught on camera. He reached over the sneeze guard. The glass shields in front of Chipotle’s burrito-making station are there to protect the… Read more »

Tiananmen Square 25 Years Later: Mourning, Struggle, But Little Progress

Tiananmen Square

The Chinese government tightened security in and around Beijing this week, in anticipation of the 25 year anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protest of June 3-4, 1989. Fox News reports that the government’s tight security affected not only mourners who traveled to the public square, but also the friends and family of many of the… Read more »

Colorado Moose Attacks Two Women, Sends Them To The Hospital

moose attack

Colorado moose attacks are rare, but obviously something Colorado residents should be aware of following a moose attack on two women who were out walking their dogs. “We were just moseying along, hiking, enjoying our hike, and then all of a sudden, I looked up and he was looking right at me,” said Jacquie Boron,… Read more »

MERS Outbreak: 5 Facts You Need to Know to Protect Yourself

The MERS outbreak has caused panic in the Middle East and other areas.

The MERS outbreak — which stems from a dangerous respiratory virus — has now spread to a dozen countries across the globe, including the United States of America. Although there is a lot of information that is not known about MERS, there are some facts that would be helpful for you to know to protect… Read more »

Russian Spy Ship Spotted Along US East Coast

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A Russian spy ship was spotted along the United States East Coast near the Gulf of Mexico, according to a new Pentagon statement. Two Russian ships, one believed to be operating as a spy ship and the other a tug, were reportedly along the coast for the past month. Pentagon representative Lt. Col. Tom Crosson… Read more »

Ukraine Prime Minister to United States: Help Us

Russian aggression continues in the Crimea region of Ukraine.

Ukraine Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk, who has seen Russian aggression in his country’s Crimea region remain unchanged in recent days, has spoken out on what he hopes the rest of the world — particularly the United States and Britain — will do to remove Russian troops from his country. As the Ukraine prime minister prepares… Read more »

Kevin Bacon Explains The 80s To Millennials [VIDEO]

Kevin Bacon Millenniels

Kevin Bacon, star of The Following, recently addressed to the Millennials how they don’t know anything about the 80s. Kevin specifically starts with anyone born after the year 1985, since the Millennials, or Generation Y, have no specific year range. It is generally ranged with people born in the early 80s to the early 2000s…. Read more »

United States & European Governments Targets Of Suspected Russian Spyware

Latest Cyber Attack Linked To Russia

An intricate version of spyware has been discreetly infecting many government computers both in the United States and in Europe in what is possibly the most elaborate cyber espionage schemes to date. Experts and researchers believe that the spyware, universally known as Turla, is the work of the Russian government and is linked to the… Read more »