President Donald Trump railed against what he called "the military-industrial complex" when asked about potential conflict with Iran during an interview with Steve Hilton of Fox News Channel Sunday.
Existing homes sales fell 0.4% in April. The Consensus expected a rise. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) reports Existing-Home Sales Inch Back 0.4% in April.
Auto-docking system on commercial vessels and on recreational marine and fishing vessels in Japan is expected to start after 2020. Robotic commercial ships are being developed by Japan, Norway, China, UK and others shipping nations.
Apple has quietly taken yet another step towards absolute totalitarianism, banning Natural News from its "Apple News" platform for publishing information that Apple claims is "rejected by the scientific community."
Update (2100ET): President Trump has decided to chime in on the Democrats' move to force Mueller to testify:
France has threatened three French journalists with potential jail time for using secret documents to reveal the country's involvement in the Yemen civil war.
The outlook of current Western leaders suggests that humanity will be hard pressed to survive the 21st century
These latest revelations about Facebook will make you leave the platform.
New details have emerged about the recently revealed dossier(s) Monsanto, now owned by Bayer, compiled to sway public opinion on herbicides. The dossier(s) included people from 7 European states and potentially beyond, according to a new report by RT
St Louis Fed researchers concocted a scheme to pay banks still more free money, but this time hiding all of it. At the current rate of 2.35%, the Fed hands out about $33.58 billion in free money to the banks.Interest Rate on Excess Reserves
The walls are closing in on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The media tried to make the freshman congresswoman a star, but her popularity has hit new lows.
PLANO, TEXAS - We all wish we could bring our dogs everywhere, and why shouldn't we? That's why a movie theater in Texas is allowing people to bring their furry best friends to enjoy their favorite flick together.
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Existing home sales were the odd one out in March (falling as new- and pending-home-sales spiked) but expectations were for a catch-up rebound in April, but did not, dramatically missing the expectation of a 2.7% rise by dropping (again) by 0.4% MoM.
There's fresh hope that unrest in Donbass raging since 2014 could find resolution as Ukraine's new president, comedian and presidential impersonator turned overnight real political leader Volodymyr Zelenskiy, was just sworn in on Monday, and immediat
John Walker Lindh, the so-called 'American Taliban', is being let out of federal prison over three years ahead of schedule, and people want to know why.
Lawmakers call on Trump to 'increase pressure on Iran and Russia'
U.S. Navy pilots and sailors won't be considered crazy for reporting unidentified flying objects, under new rules meant to encourage them to keep track of what they see.
Out of all the speculation about the fallout from Washington's Huawei blacklisting, this analyst comment offers perhaps the most spectacularly apt summation of what's in store for Huawei's smartphone business now that Google has suspended its Android
The third time could be the charm for Starlink's first 60 operational satellites.
This groundbreaking new project in Germany is testing the use of salt as an ingredient for a fossil fuel-free future.
"What it reveals is even more amazing than the myths and fantasies it has generated. For example, the manuscript was compiled by Dominican nuns as a source of reference for Maria of Castile, Queen of Aragon, who happens to have been great aunt to Ca
We've all seen the stark headlines: "Being Rich and Successful Is in Your DNA" (Guardian, July 12); "A New Genetic Test Could Help Determine Children's Success" (Newsweek, July 10); "Our Fortunetelling Genes" make us (Wall Street Jour
Lost at the bottom of the North Sea almost eight millennia ago, a vast land area between England and southern Scandinavia which was home to thousands of stone age settlers is about to be rediscovered. Marine experts, scientists and archaeologists
"Oh my God, this is going to be amazing," a preadolescent wearing a gray hoodie exclaimed as he dashed in to The Yard, a 50,000-square-foot adventure playground on Governors Island in New York Harbor. The Yard, for kids 6 through 13, lacks
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) commissioner Charles Rettig has explained to U.S. representatives that the tax department plans to issue clearer guidance toward cryptocurrency taxation soon. Since 2014, Americans have been asking the tax agency for be
A man was recently fined for pulling his shirt over his face walking down the street.
We here in America need to take a look at what the people of Italy are doing!
Anyone who lives in certain parts of the country knows the signs of an approaching tornado. The wind is whipping things around and the sky turns an indescribably dark yellow-green color.
The treacherous government of Ecuador has opened Julian Assange's private quarters at its UK embassy up to US investigators, who have seized Assange's legal defense documents, medical records, and electronic devices. In what kind of court is the pr
A video clip of a military vehicle driving headlong into a crowd of innocent civilians keeps replaying itself in my mind. This happened in 'socialist' Venezuela. This South American country was once one of the happiest and richest countries in th
Given To The United States...What's happening with Julian Assange is heart-breaking. He's a hero, just like Edward Snowden. Government secrets are kept, not to protect 'national security' as commonly claimed, but rather to protect political a
The national average rent price is $1,436. The pace of rent increases is the lowest in nearly a year.
The United States Postal Service has a lot of ways to move the 484.8 million pieces of mail it handles every day. In rural Alaska, postal workers run hovercraft, prop planes, and the occasional parachute. They pilot boats in the Louisiana bayou and s
As of 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Denver had officially received 3.4 inches of snow. That's the most snow measured this late in the season since May 29, 1975 when 5.6 inches hit the city.
Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch accused former FBI Director James Comey of lying about whether she told him to refer to the Hillary Clinton email investigation as a "matter" instead of an investigation in a September 2015 meeting.
Conspiracy theorists suggest the REAL reason America banned Huawei was because of its 'insane' 50x super spy lens as they post video of it zooming in on boys playing chess
NBC Journalist Quits Then Blows The Whistle On How Mainstream Media Deceives The Public
The US Postal Service (USPS) and its mail delivery operations are set to gain a helping hand courtesy of self-driving startup TuSimple, with the agency enlisting the company's autonomous trucks for a two-week trial.
military action inside U.S. borders...(Natural News) This is bombshell breaking news. See the emergency Counterthink video update, below. According to sources cited by The Daily Caller, President Trump is poised to invoke the Insurrection Act to f
Throughout most of American history there was no federal objection to laws regulating the civilian use of firearms. When I joined the Supreme Court in 1975, both state and federal judges accepted the Court's unanimous decision in United States v. M
Let's review. In 2015, the Obama administration signed a nuclear reduction deal with Iran. The deal was also signed by Russia, China, Germany, France and a representative of the 28-nation European Union. Iran agreed to reduce its uranium stockpile
Introduced earlier this month in a disjointed stream of tweets from President Trump, the White House is finally ready to release more details about its second bailout for American farmers.
It has been about a week since the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media (WGSPM) published a leaked internal document from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) investigation into an alleged chemical attack in Douma,
A senior official in Russia's parliament, the State Duma, has argued that cryptocurrencies have the potential to ruin governments, Russian financial media agency Rambler reported on May 20.